We have two fun holiday events happening in downtown Olympia today.
The 39th Annual Toy Run brings thousands of cheery motorcyclists bearing toys and gifts into Olympia. The event benefits less fortunate chldren in our area and promotes comaraderie between bike enthusiasts and our community.
The Parade of Lighted Ships kicks […]
Whether you are a fan of textile art or not, you may remember the fantastic felt work of local artist, Janice Arnold. We were lucky enough to have her here for a Pop – Up show in February of 2015, and she gained many mesmerized followers after her Arts Walk exhibit at The Yoga […]
Today is “Give Back Tuesday,” created to encourage charitable gift giving. We have found a way to give back, donate, and still put something special under the tree. More like wearable sculpture than jewelry, the pieces by James Taylor of Jewels for a Cause, are created using tribal weaving techniques, shell, repurposed metals and […]
We have so much to be thankful for – the stunning backdrop of Puget Sound to greet us each day and a creative, appreciative and supportive community that has kept us successful for many years.
This Saturday, Nov. 26th is Shop Small Saturday and we encourage you to actually meet your local shop owners, farmers, […]
We couldn’t think of a more appropriate way to ring in our 45th year and the holiday season, than by bringing back many of the wonderful artists and long time friends that have made Olympia a bit more colorful through the years for this exhibit. Childhood’s End has been honored and delighted to introduce […]
Few plants are as delicate, graceful, admired and recognized worldwide as ferns. They are thought to bring luck, riches, eternal youth and protection, and are a symbol of dance in some Native American cultures.
These new pieces designed by Michael Michaud for Silver Seasons Jewelry, are just as lovely as the real […]
Just a little reminder to make sure you set your clocks back this weekend!
This is a great pre-holiday weekend to get out and hit the town. The Olympia Film Fest is in full swing and is a great excuse to get out of the house for a few hours. Feel the […]
We got these sweet little plaques from Vicki Fish in just in time for one of our favorite holidays. Lots of designs with more than just bats, crows and owls – foxes, chickens, kitties and more are in the mix. Bright and quirky, they’ll add a little fun to any spot. Take a peek at them […]
If you just can’t get enough of the warm, autumnal tones, and the darkness of evenings seem to be coming on way too fast, bring the glow inside.
These lovely hand blown glass lamps by Tom Stoenner, are just the way to keep that cozy feeling without changing your slippers to boots. […]
Our ArtsWalk Exhibit featured “Small Works” but it was big hit!
Tom Anderson‘s mixed media assemblges are bold, full of depth and texture, the 12″ pieces are great for a small space or grouped. Kristen Etmund‘s soft wood block prints express her love and concern for coastal inhabitants of […]