Thank you, our valued Childhood’s End customers, for voting us as ‘Best Gallery’ and nominating us for ‘Most Unique Gifts’ in The Olympian’s Best of South Sound poll!
We are devoted to bringing the creative spirit of our talented American artists and craftspeople into our gallery to offer you a unique shopping experience each time [...]
Sugary, marshmallow critters not your thing? Perfect! Tuck something meaningful into the basket this year, or have the Easter bunny put a twist on the tradition and fill a one of a kind glass or ceramic bowl with keepsakes. Jewelry, artisan soaps, wooden kitchen utensils, bookmarks….will all nestle nicely into whatever vessel you choose. Add [...]
Often times, we have customers who fall in love with a framed wall piece and assume it is a stretch for their wallets. Actually, many of our framed works are high quality art prints. Since these pieces are technically an impression rather than a reproduction, each is considered an original. Because the artist is able [...]
Childhood’s End is excited to soon be adding a virtual tour to our home page. We think this is a great way for you to get a better perspetive of the work we offer and the layout of our gallery and shop. This new tool will make us more efficient at tracking down items you [...]
If not, we can help! Venus, Mars, The Moon….We’ve got them. Maybe the Big Dipper or a Black Hole may be better to hold down that pesky paperwork on your desk or to catch the sunlight on a windowsill. The Celestial Series of glass paperweights from Glass Eye Studio have been perfected by their talented [...]
You don’t even need a bouquet to feel like Spring is approaching when you have one of these botanically inspired vases from Mary-Melinda Wellsandt. Multiple shapes and sizes of vases, cruets and stemware can be found with whimsical, ribbon-like or floral designs in rich, tropical tones. New pieces have been added to our inventory with [...]
“These are too perfect, they aren’t really inlayed by hand, are they?” This is one of our most frequently asked questions here at Childhood’s End, and we are always proud to answer, “Oh yes, they are!”.
What started out as a hobby for a teenager has developed into a successful and rewarding business for woodworker, Randy [...]
Bold patterns and subtle brushstrokes are totally different, but equally as impressive in one of our newest lines from Shoreline potter, Sam Scott. Best known for his patterns of leaves and soft lines in warm browns and denim blues, it’s hard to believe that he is just as accomplished with the contemporary feel of his [...]
Back in the gallery, is a artist you may remember from the Women Painters of Washington exhibit we hosted last March. Throughout the show, we asked our customers and artists to vote for their favorite piece, and Randena Walsh’s pastel, “Conversation” tied for first place out of 66 pieces! Naturally, we were excited to feature her [...]