Fine crafts, original paintings, & artful accessories.

All Hand Made
All the Time!

Our Featured


Laura Jackson

Julie creates modern, textural, handcrafted jewelry using stunning stones and highly textured sterling. Her pieces beg to be worn and will quickly become your favorites.

Julie Pappuleas

Julie Pappuleas is a West Michigan artist with and accomplished and distinctive style working in acrylic and mixed media. Her unrefined edges, textures, colors and patterns create  stories for the viewer to finish and her ambiguous subjects create a dialog between the viewer and painting.

John Herron

John Herron is an accomplished watercolor painter whose  Muskegon land and water scapes are much sought after. His expert use of color and varied technique make for a diverse portfolio of beautifully rendered local subjects.

Louise Hopson Studio

Many of her works are mosaics using hundreds of pieces of clay. Her "little bowls of happiness" are much coveted pieces full of joy and her one of a kind “color forms” created with appliqued clay slabs  are playful  and unique.  She has recently delved into creating small sculptural figures, cats, dogs, santas and occasional sheep. Stay tuned for more.

Cat Jackson

Steve Williams is a functional pottery whose iconic moon and stars collection is a favorite with young and old. Buy one piece or collect all.

About Art Cats Gallery

We love West Michigan

We love West Michigan and our location in the Historic and Eclectic Lakeside District of Muskegon on the shore of Muskegon Lake!  Art Cats Gallery carries a fabulous selection of original paintings, prints, pottery, glass, and an amazing array of artist made jewelry. In 2019, we celebrated 20 years in business and are excited for our future as a West Michigan Gallery. The work of owner Louise Hopson is always in abundance and her studio is adjacent to the gallery. Visit us

News & Events

Artistic Optimism

I am constantly amazed by  the career longevity of artists. I am not talking about hobbyists but about those who have made the creation, proliferation and selling of art their career. To be able to make one's art a career, an individual must have a vigilantly positive out look on life and be a able to make lemonade out of lemons, progress out of failures and sometimes, straw into gold. Just ask any artist, tomorrow and the next year and the next show is always going to be better, richer, sunnier, better selling and more profitable.
Happy Summer! Our regular hours are Tuesday - Saturday 11-5. We will be closed Tuesday, July 16.