Hello! During the next couple months we will be featuring new work by our consignments artists. During January we have featured new work by Bill Perrine, one of our fabulous potters. Scroll down to our November blog post for photos and information about Bill's wood-fired pottery.
During February we will be presenting new work by Leslie Green Guilbault. Leslie is a multi-talented artist who makes beautiful pottery and also carves bone jewelry. Several of her pieces would make excellent gifts for your Valentine! Stop by the shop, warm up, and browse Leslie's beautiful nature-inspired work!
Friday, January 10, 2014
In Central and Upstate New York, one is never far from a body of water. In addition to the Fingerlakes and the Great Lakes, there are countless smaller bodies of water for all forms of recreation: boating, swimming, ice fishing, you name it. Many people from the region identify themselves with the lake they are nearest to. Here is just a small sampling of the many regionally inspired pieces in our shop!
|Painting by Kathleen Schneider inspired by the water at Mirabeau Spa|
|Painted wine glass by Nella Joseph|
|Custom silver bracelets with a silhouette of Skaneateles Lake on them by Dana Stenson|
Saturday, January 4, 2014
The artists of Gallery 54 want to wish you a Happy New Year! We hope you had a safe and fun holiday. It has been a cold winter so far, but the snow is quite beautiful. We are looking forward to the Skaneateles Winterfest January 25 & 26. The town will be full of winter activities for the whole family and many shops will sponsor ice sculptures made by a local artist. Stay tuned for more information!
|Handcrafted plate by Terry Askey-Cole|
In the meantime, we hope you will stop by the shop and enjoy some of the beautiful new pieces we have to offer. Here are two inspired by the gorgeous snow we have had recently. Enjoy the season and stay warm!