From Rock Lake to the Glacial Drumlin Trail to their historic downtown, there’s always something to do or see in Lake Mills Wisconsin. Sweet Lips Art & Gift Gallery contributed to the town's vibrant downtown business area by offering for sale more than 220 American Artists' handmade wares, art and funky gifts to both visitors and local residents. And after shopping you were able to sit down in their quaint Italian coffee bar for some delicious Italian gelato. Or if you needed a caffeine pick me up, there was also a full Italian coffee bar featuring Ancora coffee drinks. And for those who desired something sweet, Sweet Lips served Golosi Gelato Made in Oconomowoc, WI. Just some of the examples of their many different flavors included Pistachio, Nutella, Lemon,Cherry, Orange Dreamsicle, Laffy Taffy and Oreo Cookie.
This was the Sweet Lips Art & Gift Gallery's website. It with a sad heart that I learned they were deciding to close after spending five years at their 103 Church St. They contributed to the community via their support of various town activities. For instance, at the 2009 Lake Mills Arts Festival they were Bronze Sponsors. In 2013 they made generous donations to the artist hospitality tent at the Lake Mills Main Street Program’s eighth annual Lake Mills Arts Festival which took place in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills on Saturday, July 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Here's a nice review from a former employee.
Sweet Lips Art Gallery a wonderful place to work!
I loved my five year employment at Sweet Lips Art Gallery! Brynne Nodolf is an energetic, imaginative, and creative employer who not only spent endless hours training her staff but encouraged me as an artist, stager and bistro. She taught me people skills and self confidence which have helped me in every job I've had since. I would work with Brynne anywhere any time!
Our time at Sweet Lips was all too short
Whenever I was in the area seeing clients to discuss or help with their Salesforce application development needs, I would stop by and spend a sweet half hour or so in their cozy nook of an Italian coffee bar with its plush seating and interesting reading materials. I had numerous discussions with several local folks about what I do as a Salesforce.com developer. The team I work with is experienced in all aspects of custom application development and integration on the Force.com platform. Many folks had not even heard of Salesforce, but once I explain how we first analyze the processes and activities that a company uses and then show the company where a Salesforce app development project could be implemented to automate and scale their business by tailoring the software to their specific needs, most folks are impressed. For those people who are contemplating getting Salesforce for their business or already have it, but don't feel they are utilizing its full potential, my typical spiel usually made them realize that they needed to get an experience Salesforce expert in to look over their needs. I actually picked up two new clients for my company at the Sweet Lips Art & Gift Gallery. It was a surprisingly great little place for some networking. I will miss it.
Recently I discovered that the domain was available, so I bought it with the goal of recreating as much of its original content as possible from archived pages. I did not want someone else to purchase the domain and re-purpose the site for something that had nothing in common with the original SweetLipsGallery.com website. I wanted to keep the spirit of the original website intact. SO although there wasn't very much information in the archived pages of the site, I hope this recreation will bring back fond memories and keep the spirit of the original website intact.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PAGE CONTAINS SELECTIVE ARCHIVED CONTENT FROM THE ORIGINAL SITE.
Since the site will not be exactly as you remember it since I had no access to any of the images displaying their artisans' work, please be indulgent
Now let's take a nostalgic stroll back to the early days of the Sweet Lips Arts and Gifts store and website.
Sweet Lips Art & Gift Gallery proudly features over 200 American Artists' handmade wares, art and funky gifts. We also serve delicious Italian gelato and have a full Italian coffee bar featuring Ancora coffee drinks.
If you are in the Lake Mills Wisconsin area come visit the Sweet Lips Art Gallery. You will find original artwork, made in America, beautifully displayed in a newly renovated historical Lake Mills building. Much of the products they offer ares locally made. After perusing the store, snuggle into their seating area to enjoy a gourmet cup of coffee or gelato or both!
Sweet Lips in Lake Mills Wisconsin offers original Handmade Art at their Sweet Lips Art and Gifts Gallery in Lake Mills, WI Pottery,Glassware,Gourmet Coffee,Wi-Fi.