We are happy to be hosting yet another Arts Walk cover artist & photographer, Duncan Green. Duncan is the first photographer to be chosen for the event’s cover art. This show represents both color and black and white images, and while Green is experienced in both film and digital photography, [...]
Seriously, these are about the cutest darn cups and bowls – EVER!
This pottery line created by Washington artist, Cary Lane, is cheery, lighthearted and a little off the wall. Each piece, with it’s own silly, little character – chickens, a dog, cat, bird, panda, even an armadillo, is accented with [...]
This fantastic crow is the latest etched glass sculpture from Washington glass artists, Jerry and Rayetta Perrett.
We have carried many pieces of Jerry & Rayettas pieces throughout the years including tables, ikebana vases, sushi trays and more, highlighting Pacific Northwest animals, fish and insects. With so many customers who feel a [...]
It doesn’t matter how old you are, when you discover a basket of goodies on Easter Day, we all become kids at heart.
Imagine the surprise on their faces when they find, tucked among the chocolate eggs and paper grass, amazing one of a kind treasures. Stone eggs & hearts, whimsical travel clocks, [...]
Just in time for a new Spring wardrobe, are these stackable, mix & match bracelets. Metallics, blacks and grays with beading on adjustable fabric cording make them one size fits all. The casual, easy to wear look allows them to coordinate with almost any outfit from your favorite pair of old jeans to [...]
There is a peaceful, haunting beauty in the photo collage prints by Olympia artist Doyle Fanning. “All That Is Lost” is a series that came about as the artist reflected on images found in a book published at the turn of the last century and her own photographs taken at the turn of [...]
It’s been so nice getting a sneak peek of Spring the last few weeks – those happy, little petals on the first, brave bulbs and branches are putting smiles on everyone’s face. It’s so tempting to cut a bouquet, and yet, you hate to wipe out a pretty patch….we all know Mother Nature has the [...]
Even the most finicky folks will want to get more veggies.
These quirky, decorative bowls are made using pressed fruit and vegetable slices that are aged, dried and formed using no preservatives. Beets, carrots, kiwi fruit, radishes, starfruit – even artichokes are transformed into art by Margaret Dorfman. If you prefer something a bit [...]
Did you know that the Green Darner Dragonfly is Washington’s official insect? With their impressive abilities to change color and fly in all directions like Mother Nature’s little helicopters, did any other insect even have a chance at the title?
Dragonflies hold much meaning in Native American cultures as well. It was believed they possess [...]
We have so much to tell you about this week!
Kick this weekend off by joining us this Friday, February 13th from 6 – 8 pm, for an artist’s reception with Tom Anderson. Meet this local artist and learn more about what drives him to keep evolving and producing new work.