Something we have all known for years, and maybe even taken for granted, is that Olympia’s art scene is alive and well.
Thank you, American Craft Magazine for spotlighting Olympia’s lively and colorful Arts & Crafts movement in this month’s issue. We are fortunate to live in a community with so much diverse […]
Childhood’s End has so many fans of Tacoma block print artist, Yoshiko Yamamoto, it was no surprise when we sold the first two framed prints of her latest triptych, “Mount Rainier at White Pass,” before we even had time to blog about it! This is a gorgeous piece that we all can relate to […]
Time to start blowing up your social media ladies. Call, text, tweet, email or knock on doors. Do whatever it takes to get your gal pals, partners in crime, mom’s, daughters, sisters, neighbors or coworkers to make plans & head downtown this
Thursday, May 12th, for Girls Night Out!
Join us from 7-8pm on Friday, May 6th for an Artist Talk & book signing.
We hope your Friday night is open, so that you can meet one of our most beloved & recognized Olympia artists and authors, Nikki McClure, and her talented husband and furniture crafter, Jay T. Scott. Nikki […]
Another exciting, bustling and busy Arts Walk is behind us, and you know what that means….Mother’s Day is right around the corner!
Childhood’s End is more than prepared for Mom’s big day, with new items as well as all of the favorite lines and artists that keep us ladies coming back. Rainbows of […]
Join us this Friday and Saturday with the opening of our Arts Walk exhibit, “Waiting for High Tide,” a collaboration of paper cuts and furniture by Olympia artists, Nikki McClure & Jay T. Scott, inspired by the Salish Sea.
Well admired artist, author & illustrator Nikki McClure’s bold, yet intricate […]
We were delighted to hear that several of our resident and returning artists had so generously donated their time and artwork to the Nisqually Land Trust Conservation Dinner & Auction.
As if this weeks beautiful weather in the Northwest wasn’t enough, these new ceramic pieces will remind you of Spring even on those overcast days! The cheery little birds and flowers on pottery from Dwo Wen Chen are so bright and happy, you will want to use them all year long. Your favorite morning tea […]
Wow. How did Easter sneek up on us so fast this year? Why, because it’s the first Sunday, after the first full moon, occurring on or after the vernal equinox….of course!
With the arrival of the new season, we are all thinking of new ways to spiff the table for this cheery, annual family gathering. […]
You know what they say, “You can’t be too rich or too lucky.” But let’s face it, a little extra luck never hurts.
Toss a lucky four leaf clover token into your pocket, pin one on your jacket or clip your keys onto a lucky new keychain. No need to be Irish! If […]