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Select Original Art for Gift-Giving

December 7, 2016 in Art,Art Glass,Custom Art,Fiber art,Fine Art,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,jewelry,Miniature oils,Oils,Old Colorado City,Paintings,Pendants,Pottery,Shop Small,ShopSmall,Small Business | Comments (0)

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christmasDoes Christmas seem to come faster with each passing year? Even though we have 365 days a year to think of great ideas for gifts, that too seems to become more difficult with each passing year. When supporting your small local stores is important to you, check in with Hunter-Wolff Gallery for gifts that matter and consider unique gifts that show you care.  At Hunter-Wolff Gallery, we take time to help each and every client find the perfect, affordable gift whether it is  for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, or the holidays.  We listen and understand that you are feeling a little stressed as we get closer to Christmas and you really don’t want to disappoint those who are important to you. Here are a few ideas on some items available at different price points:

Under $100 for Her or Him

  1. Hand-blown glass hearts by Donna Gordon, starting at $65
  2. Blingware for a more beautiful table by Carole Fenberg, starting at $40
  3. Vases, Platters, and other functional pottery by Tony Heslop, starting under $20
  4. Jewelry by multiple designers, starting under $50
  5. Decorative raku pottery by Tony Heslop, starting at $22
  6. Decorative/functional clayware and glass bowls, plates, and other tableware by Kerry Brooks, starting at $35

$100-$500 for Her or Him

  1. Wood turned vessels and bowls (he will love!), starting at $150
  2. Blown glass  plates, vases, and more by Dottie Boscamp, starting at $140
  3. Oil and pastel paintings beautifully framed by multiple artists, starting at $145
  4. Whimsical mini-bronze sculptures by Fred Lunger, starting at $110
  5. Unique slate and clay sculpted wall hangings by Vicki Grant, starting at $160
  6. Beautiful pendants and bracelets, starting at $110

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If you have a less restrictive budget, there are too many options to count and most can be found on our website.Just let us know your budget and we promise to keep you on track, save you time by gift wrapping, and keeping everyone’s blood pressure where it should be!   Check our website at www.hunterwolffgallery.com or call for immediate help: 719-520-9494. Happy Holidays!  Happy Shopping!

 

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A Savory Smorgasbord of Art

July 17, 2015 in American Made,Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Clay and Fiber,Colorado,Custom Art,Fine Art,Glow Pots,jewelry,Paintings,Pottery,ShopSmall,Small Business | Comments (0)

HWGshowroomWhether you are hungry or not, it’s hard to resist a sumptuous smorgasbord. Normally, Hunter-Wolff Gallery doesn’t serve food (except during ArtWalk) but you will find a tempting smorgasbord of art to sample.

Can’t decide what to sample first? With dozens of award-winning artists’ artwork to indulge in, expect a full course meal of art ranging from giftware to heirloom collectibles. Can you imagine dozens of chefs whipping up your smorgasbord? Visitors always find something appealing to their unique tastes. Soup to nuts, you can pick from a variety of two- and three-dimensional art confined to an area not much bigger than a volley ball court.  In spite of limited space, the curator displays and interprets the gallery’s collections to help inform, educate and inspire every visitor.

Not familiar with Raku? Drusy? Burl? Then you are in for a treat, because the staff is prepared to share as much detail as you want and have handouts to help you learn more about the pieces you find interesting.

Hunter-Wolff Gallery has a dozen painters, each with their own unique style and appeal.  Before stepping away from the buffet of paintings, consider the three-dimensional art made from wood, glass, bronze, clay and more. For extra sweet treats, the jewelry cases are filled with beautifully designed and fabricated silver pieces and necklaces, bracelets and earrings in colorful gemstones, pearls, etc., to satisfy today’s contemporary woman.

Hunter-Wolff Gallery has one extra bonus.  No calories!  And, when you can’t find what you want from this smorgasbord of delights, ask the staff to check its sources to find what you’re craving. Hunter-Wolff Gallery’s artists are happy to whip up a new recipe to satisfy your hunger for art. What are you craving?

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Shop Small – November 30

November 24, 2013 in American Made,Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Colorado,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,Old Colorado City,Paintings,Shop Small,ShopSmall,Small Business | Comments (0)

Digital_BannerReminders are everywhere about shopping small business. Hunter-Wolff Gallery is looking forward to November 30 too because we get a chance to show how Shopping Small feels better than Big. We take time to build relationships and help you. We don’t just deliver a great day of shopping on “Shop Small” day, but we deliver a great day because we practice everyday. If you check in with us regularly, you already know Small is good for you and for the community and for all the great artists at Hunter-Wolff Gallery who create fine art  you want to take home. We are here to make your experience special, the day we all Shop Small and support small businesses around the country.

We are easy to find  at 2510 W. Colorado Avenue in Colorado Springs’ historic district, Old Colorado City. Spend the day shopping Old Colorado City and park in the Free Public Parking right behind our building. We are open from 11 am to 6 pm daily and until 5 pm on Sunday.

So stop by on November 30th, the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and do your part to help make this Small Business Saturday one of the biggest shopping days of the year for small businesses.

 

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Going to a Trunk Show?

August 23, 2013 in Art,Artists,Best of the Springs,Events,jewelry,Pendants,Shop Small,ShopSmall | Comments (0)

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What is a Trunk Show? At Hunter-Wolff Gallery, we host an annual Trunk Show to feature a specific jewelry designer and offer customers a chance to meet our designer and discuss the materials used in the featured jewelry collection. On August 24, 2013 DKC Jewelry by Colorado Springs designer Diane Calkins will be featured along with her one-day only 2013 Signature earrings. Hunter-Wolff Gallery’s staff will model DKC Jewelry design throughout the day and preview the DKC collection before it is made available to the public.

Customers will have the opportunity to participate in a special drawing for attendees only and win free gift giveaways.  At this annual Trunk Show, we also have an exclusive buy 3, get one free offer as a gift to clients.

Although Hunter-Wolff Gallery is open year-round and purchases can be made at www.hunterwolffgallery.com any time, this is the only time of year, you can stock up on gifts for the future at a special trunk show prices.  Get the same top quality for slightly less! And, be sure to say “hello” to Diane Calkins!

History Lesson: Trunk shows are so named because dresses used to be transported to these events in trunks.

 

 

 

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