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VOTE Hunter-Wolff Gallery Your Favorite

January 15, 2018 in Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Award,Best of the Springs,Colorado,Fine Art,Honors,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,Old Colorado City,Paintings,Vote | Comments (0)

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It’s that time again to take a minute to let your favorite art gallery in Colorado Springs know how much you appreciate them.  Each year, Colorado Springs Gazette offers an opportunity to Vote for your favorite as the  Best of the Springs.  Hunter-Wolff Gallery loves being in Colorado Springs for you. For more than a dozen years Hunter-Wolff Gallery has been the “people’s choice” and understands what you want from a fine art gallery.  We set high standards, believe in best business practices, make customer care our priority, and work extra hard to exceed art enthusiasts’ expectations.

If you have been in to visit Hunter-Wolff Gallery in person or online and want to show your gratitude to the extraordinary artists and Hunter-Wolff Gallery’s staff, then take a minute and VOTE now.  Read the Gazette’s terms and conditions and please select Hunter-Wolff Gallery in two categories:  gallery and commercial gallery. By the way, you can vote multiple times if you have multiple email addresses!

We plan to continue to bring you the best service and best value (as you expect) to make your art collecting experience everything you hope for whether we are voted #1 or not. You can count it.

But, we can’t win without Votes, and if you are reading this blog, you likely have a few minutes to go to the Gazette’s online page to V O T E.  Thank you — you are the reason we are here and we thank you for being our driving force.

Check out some of Hunter-Wolff Gallery’s artists on Facebook or our up-to-date Website.

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Buy Art! One Day, $100 and Under this January 20th

January 12, 2018 in American Made,Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Colorado,Events,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,Oils,Old Colorado City,Paintings,Pottery,Raku | Comments (0)

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1-Day-100-and-Under-SQUARE (1) How do you get started buying art? That is a big question with no easy answer. But, when a community comes together with an opportunity to buy art for a $100 or less, you don’t want to miss out!

In Old Colorado City, Colorado Springs, Colorado there is a community of approximately 15 galleries within three city blocks offering a diverse collection of art that is affordable and irresistible.  Among these galleries, you will find paintings, prints, sculpture, wood turnings, pottery, glass, jewelry and an overabundance of other creations.

Hunter-Wolff Gallery will be participating in this annual collaborative event with the Old Colorado City galleries and studios. With 40 artists at Hunter-Wolff Gallery, combined with all the other galleries’ artists, it should be a fun time for everyone picking through these special offerings.

How can galleries offer original art for $100 or less? This one day event is intended to attract the “want to be collectors” to help them start collecting and get them interested in original art by making small, baby-steps.  It’s also a great way to grow a collection. And, it helps the artist by allowing them to present art that may not have found its rightful owner yet.  Professional artists who paint and create everyday, sometimes have a studio or storage room overload and by selecting pieces that help make more room, for more creating, is a great thing! Everybody wins!  You may be able to find art that is sold for less than the cost to make it in some cases and the artists makes more room for new creations.

If you love art and love a bargain, make sure you put Saturday, January 20, 2018 on your calendar and let us know if we can help you with directions to 2510 West Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs.

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