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To Support CSCLS

Marquette artists and business owners, Carol Papaleo and Amber Johnston, are donating the profits from the sale of their art purchased at Art U.P. Style Gallery and Because Marquette to Citizens for a Safe and Clean Lake Superior (CSCLS) to help protect Lake Superior.

Carol and Amber join the groundswell of citizens and organizations who oppose the plan to construct an industrial rocket launch site on Lake Superior’s shoreline at Granot Loma in Marquette County. 

Art U.P. Style Gallery
Carol Papaleo
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Carol Papaleo, artist and owner of Art U.P. Style Gallery in downtown Marquette, is generously donating to CSCLS all profits from the sale of her beautiful Granot Loma coastline watercolor prints. 

Thoney's Point at Granot Loma, Big Bay, MI:

Thoney's Point through Birches, Granot Loma, Big Bay, MI:

Carol Papaleo’s watercolor prints can be purchased online at her Etsy Shop or in person at:

 

Art U.P. Style Gallery 

130 W Washington St

Marquette, MI

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Because Marquette
Amber Johnston
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Amber Johnston, artist of Because Marquette, creates merchandise that celebrates the beauty of the U.P. with her partner Libby Nelson, who owns Café Bodega.

Because Marquette will donate to CSCLS the profits from all sales made through its charitable product line, Fart Squirrel, where Johnston says “we make a stink about the outdoors.

Products will include ‘Big Pond Protector’ shirts and hoodies, and Fart Squirrel masks and stickers:

Amber Johnston’s apparel can be purchased online at the Because Marquette website or in person at:

 

Café Bodega 

517 N Third Street,

Marquette, MI