Pamela Tripp Gallery
is located in downtown Baldwin, Michigan and has been presenting artwork by area and regional artists and craftsmen since 1991. Realizing a lack of venues in Lake County to showcase the work of area artists, Pamela Tripp Gallery was established in 1991. It has served to showcase the artwork of area and regional artists as well as the artwork of Pamela Tripp and the pottery of her husband Dale Simmons. In 2004, the gallery moved to its present location in downtown Baldwin.
Baldwin is located in the heart of the Manistee National Forest and is approximately halfway between Grand Rapids, Michigan and Traverse City on highway M-37. On US 131, exit at the Reed City/Ludington exit and take US10 west 20 miles. Traveling west, downtown Baldwin is 1/4 mile south of the junction of US 10 and M-37.