A selection of the work of California artists on display at Terrestra at 30 Miller Avenue throughout November. Courtesy images.

PictureTerrestra owners Ray Kristof and Amy Satran. Courtesy image.

Terrestra, the downtown Mill Valley shop that husband-and-wife owners Ray Kristof and Amy Satran describe as a “museum store without the museum,” is making November all about California artists.

“We’re really taking pride in the talent of our home state this month,” says Kristof.

Hundreds of new works from California artists are filling Terrestra’s displays all month long, including massive bowls and vessels in reclaimed woods by John Cobb, deco-inspired vases by Gary Steinborn, dynamic new jewelry by Kristina Kada, functional ceramics by Cuong Ta and Cheryl Costantini, and multi-layered modular collages by Suzanne Bean.

Terrestra is entering its sixth holiday season at 30 Miller Avenue in the iconic arched-window landmark building next to Piazza D’Angelo. And this season, Terrestra is celebrating with a renewed focus on local and California designers.

“Since we launched the original Terrestra in 2003, our mission has been to feature the works of local artists in harmony with modern designs from all over the world,” says owner Ray Kristof. “This month we’ve brought together works from many of our favorite local artists for a celebration of California design.”

Terrestra is gearing up for the holidays with thousands of gifts for the home, fine leather goods and jewelry, and free gift wrapping.

The 411: Terrestra celebrates California artists throughout November. Check out everything online here and then visit Terrestra at 30 Miller Ave. Open Monday-Saturday 10-6 and Sundays 11-5. MORE INFO.

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