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Lead the Way to LayAway

March 17, 2014 in Art,art education,Art Gallery,Artists,Clifford T. Bailey,Colorado,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,Oils,Old Colorado City,Paintings,Pottery,Shop Small,Small Business | Comments (0)

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Piggy-Bank1How many times have you returned to purchase a special piece of art days after you first saw it and it was gone? Not only are you disappointed, but the staff at Hunter-Wolff Gallery too is disappointed that you missed out. When you don’t want to use a credit card and you don’t have the cash on hand for your art purchase, consider using Hunter-Wolff Gallery’s layaway plan. It’s a great option and it doesn’t cost anything extra.

When you buy an item on credit, you take the merchandise home with you but then you are likely to pay a premium to your credit card holder while you make installment payments. When you use our  layaway, however, you agree to a non-refundable deposit equal to a percentage of the purchase price and pay over time at no extra charge. How great is that?

Because we want you to own the art you love, we never add a handling fee or any up-charge to your layaway. We do remove the item from the sales floor and it remains in storage reserved for you until the final payment is made.

We get it that being in debt  is a dumb idea.  That is why we started offering layaway almost nine years ago and many collectors can attest to collecting using our layaway plan without upsetting their household budget. We are big fans of the Dave Ramsey philosophy “Cash is King; Debt is Dumb!” and understand why you may not want to charge a purchase.

By the way, there isn’t a small business that I know who doesn’t prefer cash.  Cash sales save small businesses money and helps keep operating costs low.   So when you get the chance, use cash and help your local small businesses thrive and grow without adding increases to your purchases. Did you really think all those credit card rewards came free?

Remember: the Hunter-Wolff Gallery  layaway purchase plan is not limited to in-store purchases. We also offer layaway options for items that clients find on our website or Facebook. Our goal is to help you acquire the artwork that you love without causing financial stress.  Layaway is easy; start with a down payment and make regular weekly or monthly payments and before you know it, you will own beautiful original artwork.  Now lets start talking about the art you love!

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New Arrivals To Brighten Your Life

March 9, 2010 in Art,Artists | Comments (0)

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Can’t find an original piece of art that brightens up your space without emptying your wallet? Fine Art GlassIf you haven’t been able to come by for a visit recently, we want you to know that we can help. Some new, colorful small paintings just arrived in the gallery. And, yes, they are affordable.

Janelle Cox has been working her magical brushes (sold one of her new arrivals already before it even got hung) and Jean Houghton who is a wonderful pastel artists just finished several 10×10 luscious pieces. Don’t they just look yummy? Laura Reilly has several spring and fall landscapes that are perfect above a mantel and if you love red, check out John Sherman’s newest additions—thick with texture and rich with color.

Only the Two of Us, 16x10, email

Only the Two of Us by Cox



Guacamole by Houghton



Saute by Houghton


There’s nothing like seeing the artwork in person, so stop by when you can and we will answer your questions and be happy to have you take a piece home for a “test drive”.   We think you will be happy with our prices too–our artists have kept their work priced at the same level for the past two years.

Medievel Tree by Sherman

Medievel Tree by Sherman


When Days Were Bright & Beautiful

When Days Were Bright & Beautiful

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