at 21 N. Main St. in Hartford will have a grand opening
HARTFORD — Mayville residents
Denise and Marvin Harris are bringing their lifelong passion for art
to Hartford with the grand opening of their new and unique art store
in downtown Hartford.
The couple have been working for months to open their heartfelt
business Artfindz at 21 N. Main St. in the middle of the city’s up
and coming downtown business district. They have also been working
their entire lives to collect and gather many different pieces of
art that will be on display and for sale at their new business.
Denise said she and her husband had been searching for “the right”
location for their new business, but when they saw the space in
downtown Hartford they knew they had found the right spot.
“I just fell in love with Hartford. I fell in love with the space
and the downtown has so many good things going for it now,” Denise
said. “It’s up and coming and we want to be a part of it. The things
that are going on here make it an exciting opportunity.”
Denise said she paints and sculpts and opening her store has been a
passion project for Marvin.
“This has been a great passion of my husband’s way beyond me, so we
both had the same interest,” Denise said. “We decided to open our
own place and then we found this location in downtown Hartford that
really fits what we were looking for.”
Harris and her husband Marvin are the owners of Artfindz,
art store in downtown Hartford.
feature a large display of fine quality oil paintings, a
large collection of limited edition prints, art framing
for every budget, collectibles and autograph photos.
If someone wants a new look in their home or apartment,
the couple said, people should bring in their art and
they will take it in a trade. Featured artists will
include Andy Stoffel, Hani Sidlers, Milo Manara, Jules
Scheffer and Harold Backmann.
“We have so much art and all kinds of things from A to
Z. I think they will fall in love with one piece or
another because we have a lot to offer,” Denise said.
“We’ll have pieces from other artists and from
collections we’ve gathered over the years.”
The store will be open this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Regular hours will be on Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m.. The store will normally be closed on Mondays.