A great variety of original and hand-crafted gifts are offered at The Gallery in Williams, and prices are very reasonable. When you give a gift of fine art, you give something that holds or increases in value. You also are supporting the arts in Northern Arizona. Here are a few items offered in various price ranges:
$10. more or less:
Many unique Christmas ornaments, $2.50 up
Hand-painted candle holders by Helen Gorney, $3-5.
Small ceramic finger bowl by Alma Aispuro, $7.
Gift certificate for 4 children’s drawing classes in January, $8 (class size limited)
Stained glass Christmas ornaments by Paula Nord, $8
Note card sets by gallery artists, $10.
Hand-forged nail pick for horse by Tom Williams $10.
$20. more or less:
Assorted small scratchboard prints by Joe Richardson, $15.
“Shut Up and Play” CD by Steve Reynolds, $15.
“JD’s Boots” children’s book by Kris Williams $15.
Watercolor print, “Fall”, by Mary O’Brien, $15.
Copper wire and turquoise bead angel ornament, by Harriette Hendel, $20.
Gift certificate for adult painting workshop in January $20-30. (class size limited)
Spray Can Monster Sculpture by Eddie Parker, $25.
Large graphite print of hands, “Still Life”, by Lisa Noble $25.
$50. more or less:
Ceramic dish with lid by Joni Pevarnik, $30.
Hand-crafted crystal bracelet with bear fetish beads by Lee Magness, $36.
Hand-made one-of-a-kind chenille winter hat by Sandy Amazeen, $39.95
Hand-cast silver arrowhead necklace by Jack McClung, $40.
Silver Arizona Centennial bead by Dave Rabellino, $65.
Original painting on wood, “Autumn Aspen”, by Bonnie Dent, $70.
$100. more or less:
Arrowhead and turquoise bead necklace by Connie Freson $85.
Large laminated wood cutting board, various designs, by Don Nord, $99.
“Spools and Stars” quilt by Gretchen Neil $100
“Calla Lily” photograph by Jim Winbourne $100.
“Morning Sun”, photograph on canvas by Morgan Bross $150
And Many More Choices…
Original framed paintings, photographs and drawings by local artists
Wooden clocks, lamps and cutting boards
Wheel-thrown and hand-formed pottery
Hand-forged metal glyphs, bells and muleshoe cacti
Quilts in many colors, sizes and styles
Hand-woven scarves, coats and accessories
Wide variety of jewelry pieces made by six different artisans
Stained glass windows in various sizes
Bronze sculpture of sparring elk by Neil Logan
Enjoy shopping in Williams!!