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 […]
Chris’s steady hands, sharp eyes and keen sense of imagination, turn already beautiful feathers into magical, three dimensional scenes. Be sure […]
Leaves are turning color, scarves are coming out of the closets and coffee is getting ordered hot. This can only mean one thing….it’s time for Fall Arts Walk!
This beloved Olympia event is just over a week away and we are eager to kick off our 45th season by bringing Olympia another great […]
September is always a month of transition – back to school for students, shorter days, leaves turning color and changes in wardrobe.
One of the easiest changes to make, is adding a new purse. The intricate detailing of botanicals in the hand tooled leather of Leaf Leather handbags is unsurpassed. Every style […]
The tugboats will be chugging into the harbor the next few days, bringing with them one of the liveliest community events of the year. This Labor Day Weekend is Harbor Days at Percival Landing!
You don’t have to be a history or industry buff, boater, race fan or even a grown up […]
We just received a new order of pop-up greeting cards. If you haven’t seen these yet, you really do need to “pop in” and see why our customers just love them!
Pop up cards do exactly that. Beautifully cut out on the outside, and pretty enough on your first impression, but when you open it….Voila! […]
If you missed out on seeing the Olympia Oyster by resident artist, Colleen Cotey displayed on Olympia’s Percival Landing last year, don’t fret. The Goliath mollusk is sitting pretty guarding City Hall for a while.
Colleen’s sculpture was voted the favorite by the public in last year’s Plinth Project. It just seemed […]
Go ahead and make it a double shot – August is National Coffee Month!
We are so lucky to have such great coffee shops here in Olympia, but on those days you don’t want to leave the house, its nice to have your favorite blend at home so you can enjoy a cup […]
Warm and earthy tones wrap the latest pottery from Reid Ozaki, now on exhibit at the gallery.
Firing pottery in a wood fired kiln is an ancient technique, but takes years to master. Reid has done just that and it is apparent in this new collection of work. The bottles, teapots, sake […]