Antique shop showcasing local artists and artisans


Jen Christensen, owner of Beespoke Utah, is in the studio today to showcase beautiful pieces created by talented manufacturers in our state.

Beespoke is a year-round boutique with over 90 Utah artists and designers. It is located in an adorable antique house from 1929. They feature items such as jewelry, pottery, woodworking, bath and body, stationery, furniture, home decor, shirts, kitchen items, plants, children’s toys, sewn and embroidered items, fresh bread, honey, fudge, pies, etc.

Christensen hopes to make artists successful. There are no monthly fees and they help sellers of all ages. The bread displayed in the segment was made by a teenager.

“Support the artists upstairs; become an artist downstairs, ”says Christensen. Many Beespoke artists sell their wares upstairs and teach downstairs. Some of these courses include oil painting, watercolor painting, hand lettering, pottery, etc. Christensen gives weekly “Bee Creative” art classes for children.

Shop local and support our state’s artists and stop by Beespoke Utah in American Fork. They can be found @Beespokeutah on Facebook and Instagram and online on

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