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Gem of the Dunes – Art Store and Gift Shop on Route 12

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Nestled along US Route 12 near Beverly Shores is a pleasant little art store that time seems to have forgotten. It’s an Art store divided in two. On one side you’ll find every type of equipment needed to draw, paint or otherwise fulfill your craft interests. On the other side is the official Save the Dunes Council store dedicated to local artists and their wonderful works.

I was informed by a friend today that the Save the Dunes gift shop also sells the iconic South Shore Line Posters that I wrote about earlier yesterday.

The Save the Dunes Gift Shop is located on US Route 12 right before you get to Beverly Shores. Not only does the shop carry the South Shore posters, but they carry works of arts and crafts from local artisans.

There is some pretty incredible art in this store – all of it related to Indiana Dunes. You’ll find lovely oil painings, watercolors and gorgeous photography. Best of all – proceeds from the shop go to support local artists and the continued preservation of the Indiana Dunes.

Best of all – Gift Shop by the Save the Dunes Council shares the same building with an incredible art store. At Firme Art and Office Supplies you’ll find everything you can possibly want to pursue your particular art.

They have a huge, reasonably priced selection of arts and crafts products that just has to be seen to be believed.

So, next time your driving down US Route 12 – stop by Firme Art and the Save the Dunes Gift Shop.

Save the Dunes Gift Shop Website

Directions to this location.

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Written by : Jonathan Thomas is a blogger based in Northwest Indiana. He's passionate about the Indiana Dunes and Lake Michigan and wants to share all the fun possible in the area with the rest of the world. When not blogging for Travel Indiana, he hangs his hat at his Anglophile blog - Anglotopia and Niche Blogger Today. If you want to connect with him, you can contact him on Twitter @jonathanwthomas Jonathan receives compensation from the Indiana Office of Tourism Development in exchange for blogging. For more information, please see our FTC Disclosure page.