We have the answer to that age old dilemma. What do you wear to an eclipse?
Thanks to one of our most respected jewelers, Jeff McKenzie, we have the perfect answer! Wear one of these two stellar, sterling silver sun-inspired necklaces, and you will be the hottest topic next to the eclipse. […]
This coming Monday, August 21st, we Northwesterners get the chance of a lifetime to witness one of the most spectacular phenomenas of the natural world, a total eclipse of the sun. This will be the first time we have seen an eclipse of this magnitude since 1918!
Keep a permanent reminder of the amazing […]
We had fun on Saturday with our opening reception for the Women Painters of Washington Exhibit. We saw old friends and made some new ones, both artists and art lovers. The winners have been announced, and we know many of those who came have been anticipating the outcome.
Hiroko Seki’s sumi painting […]
Please join us for an opening celebration, this Saturday, for our latest exhibit, “Seasons: The Women Painters of Washington” juried art show.
The Women Painters of Washington is an association of professional artists established in 1930 that has been holding exhibitions since 1931. The exhibits have been an exciting and successful way […]
The much anticipated Women Painters of Washington exhibit is almost here. This is the second time we have been fortunate enough to host this juried show, featuring 5o paintings by 38 women artists from our state.
Women Painters of Washington is an association of professional female artists from all corners of Washington […]
This week has been declared Made In the USA Month and that is fantastic. The idea of buying quality American made products has always been the vision for Childhood’s End Gallery. We have been committed to bringing handmade art and crafts into our customers lives for over 45 years now!
This gorgouus luminaire lamp from The Porcelain Garden […]
Did you know that this week is National Major League All Star Game Week?
“B Ball” from area artist, Barbara Noonan, is an interesting and spirited mixed media piece, unlike other work that we have shown of hers in the past. Known for her pastels and wide range of imagery, Barb thought […]
Olympia artist, Chris Maynard, has been very busy the last few months with out of area shows & installations, travel and an interview published in American Art Collector Magazine’s June issue. Chris has quickly become one of our most admired artists, and is widely recognized for his distinctive craft of using hand cut feathers to create […]
If you have strolled the boardwalk or driven up 4th Avenue recently, you may have noticed a change in scenery. Did you second guess your memory as to what was displayed for public art? Don’t worry – it’s the the annual changing of the plinths.
Each Summer, Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation’s Percival Plinth […]
Summer is officially here. While we can’t plant up your flower pots or assist with your yard work, we can help you turn a few heads at that upcoming garden party or outdoor wedding.
Make an entrance as striking as a garden bouquet wearing these lovely pieces from Michael Vincent Michaud’s new floral […]