Redux Collective is comprised of a few good people, who love good things.
We are artisans, craftspeople, and small business ladies who share an obsession with our respective trades. Tamara Goldsmith, Curator and original owner of Redux Boutique and Gallery has converted to a new Collective business model, bringing in Daphne Peters of Daphne’s Botanicals, and Kaitlynn Baugh of Northwest Oddities. Together the three businesses combine to form Redux Collective, occupying their own portions of the store.
Located in the heart of the Central Eastside Industrial District, we are alongside some great indie boutique shopping and stellar restaurants. Just across the street is the Jupiter Hotel & Gallery as well as the Doug Fir music venue and restaurant/bar.
Within a few block radius, there are some fine restaurants, breweries, and distilleries including internationally-renowned Le Pigeon and Canard. Ron Toms, Hippo Hardware, and several hip vintage shops and boutiques are also nestled around the area.
What remains of the Redux collection reflects 14 years of tireless work showcasing a multitude of talented artisans, local flavor, and unique, independent companies. Highlighting quirky, fun, and expertly crafted gifts and fashions made by artists both near and far, this carefully curated selection features jewelry, accessories, greeting cards, macrame, housewares, art prints, journals, and more. It’s bound to feature a little something for everyone.
I am so grateful for the time I’ve had to build this business, but the pandemic has taught me the importance of honing in on one’s true loves in life, and for me, that’s making art. I’ll be winding down the Redux as we’ve known it to recreate myself and my business into something that suits me and my vision best. Thank you for 14 great years and please do come on in to grab a final souvenir from its final year or two as a gift shop.
Thank you to everyone who has supported our small businesses, hardworking artisans, and for helping promote creativity, innovation, and sustainability in our community.
Daphne’s Botanicals is more than just a plant shop. Daphne provides a custom-tailored design service that works for individuals in their homes or office. Visit soon and feast your eyes on her new collection of awesome succulents and cacti, or get in touch to embark on a style plan that fits your home, lifestyle, and aesthetic. This new thoughtful, concierge method of shopping with the help of a consultant who knows plants really takes the pressure off when styling a space. Check out her online offerings at daphnesbotanicals.com and @daphnesbotanicals on Instagram if you are unable to come to see her collection at Redux in person.
Northwest Oddities is Kaitlynn Baugh, an amazing local artist and naturalist collector bringing new life and artistry to the assemblage of things precious and passed. Combining ethically sourced elements of the natural world into tiny and unique environments, Kaitlynn makes stunning arrangements encased in glass domes using found objects like mineral specimens, bones from naturally deceased animals, and dried flowers.??
Visit soon to see these gorgeous works of art… best seen in person, purchased, and taken home on the spot since they are delicate and not recommended to ship. You can see more of her work at @northwestoddities on Instagram or on etsy.
Sadly the pandemic saw a hiatus to the First Friday art walks which we had participated in over the years bringing you the work of local artisans in featured monthly exhibitions. Though art shows at Redux have come to a close, you can still see the archived shows online at reduxpdx.com/reduxgallery/