Fall is definitely upon us, but you can hang on to a little bit of Summer’s beauty and look terrific at the same time with his lovely necklace and earring ensemble from Shari Dixon. Inspired by nature, Shari uses pressed flowers, leaves and other natural elements in her designs. This set with pressed silver lace […]
Doyle Fanning, this Fall’s Arts Walk cover artist, is quickly becoming one of our areas most talked about artists. We are very pleased to be exhibiting her new work and hosting her at Childhood’s End for this event.
“Shadow Crow” and “Birth of Spirit” two new series of photo collage prints, both have a mystical, […]
Childhood’s End is gearing up for Arts Walk LI and we are honored to have several of our favorite artists back, as well as hosting two whose work we are exhibiting for the first time.
Doyle Fanning‘s eerily peaceful “In the Night Sky,” a photo collage print of a crow in the moonlight, […]
We realize that this isn’t the prettiest tomato on the vine, but it’s impressive none the less. Harvested from Patti’s garden, a Childhood’s End employee, this monster “Mortgage Lifter” heirloom variety weighed in at a whopping 1.7 pounds! Looked so pretty atop one of Fire & Light’s recycled glass plates and along side our new native […]
Sometimes art is taken just a little too seriously. That’s exactly why we are introducing a new line of frames to the gallery, so you can have a little fun when you are hanging new work or a favorite photo.
Bright and bold with crazy patterns, these art frames by Ralph Garrett, will bring back […]
“FEATHERS Form & Function”, the gorgeous book by Olympia feather artist, Chris Maynard, is in it’s second printing and available once again at Childhood’s End. If you have been wanting one of these stunningly printed, informative books, now is the time, as they are selling quickly. Maynard’s unique feather shadow boxes have been overwhelmingly popular with our […]
Anyone gazing at their reflection will be fairest of them all – if it’s one of these amazingly detailed, hand crafted mirrors by marquetry woodworker, J. Nelson of Hudson River Inlay. The intricate placement of vibrant, exotic woods and shell, make it hard to believe each color is a separate piece, masterfully inlayed together to […]
Who doesn’t feel just a little bit lucky when we see rainbows? They are one of Mother Nature’s greatest gifts to us. Olympia is lucky to have Other Worlds studio making these magical wind chimes that bring the essence of a rainbow to us on the days we aren’t having a sun shower. […]
Often times, the colors of our surroundings are most glorious just before the sun slips away into the horizon, often overlooked, as we busily prepare for the evening ahead. The last bit of daylight doesn’t go unnoticed in this new work from noted pastel artist, Barbara Noonan.
A lifelong nature lover, Noonan finds herself […]
Did you know you have the power of permanently enhancing public places in the city of Olympia, and support the Arts –
simply by admiring beautiful works of art? Well you do!
The Percival Plinth Project showcases sculptures by regional artists for one year on several stands or “plinths” along the […]