Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Smith Galleries Features Art Glass

Smith Galleries is celebrating its 21st anniversary and art glass has always been a main feature of the gallery.

Drop by the gallery today - Tuesday, May 19, 2009 - and receive a 21% savings on any in-stock piece of art glass with a value of $200 or more.
Just mention today's blog when you make your purchase and you will receive your 21% savings. This offer is valid in the gallery only for art glass purchases made Tuesday, May 19, 2009.

Please visit this blog Wednesday morning, May 20 at 8:30 AM to discover Monday's 21st anniversary celebration savings. Gallery hours are 10-6 Monday through Saturday.The beautiful "taco bowl" shown is by Christian Thirion and is $625. See more art glass.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Art at Smith Galleries on Hilton Head Island

Smith Galleries is celebrating its 21st anniversary. Art has always been a feature of the gallery. The gallery features fine art by many artists in many different styles.

Smith Galleries is also known as the very best source for picture framing on Hilton Head Island. Picture framing is a speciality of Wally's. Click here to save on framing.

Gallery hours are 10-6 Monday through Saturday.

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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Smith Galleries Features Kaleidoscopes

Smith Galleries features one of the finest selections of kaleidoscopes you will ever see. The award winning gallery is located on beautiful Hilton Head Island in the Village at Wexford.

The kaleidoscope shown here is called "Moon Drops" and it is made by Sue Rioux. This is a very special scope. It actually is three scopes in one as it has a two, three, and four mirror system. It stands 8" tall and is $1,035.

Gallery hours are 10-6 (daylight savings time), Monday through Saturday.

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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Judith Neugebauer Jewelry Exhibition Opens at Smith Galleries

Judith Neugebauer creates stunning pieces of jewelry that are unlike any other jewelry artist you will see. Smith Galleries is featuring a special exhibiton of Ms. Neugebauer's work through June of 2009.

Judith came to jewelry making after studying and performing classical ballet as well as performing in musical theater. Her awareness of form, line, and movement are obvious in the fluid lines of her jewelry. Created in sterling silver with 23k gold leaf, Judith's work has qualities that make it both dramatic and elegant. Using sterling and oxidized sterling in combination with die-formed hollow elements to create visual depth, Judith maintains lightness and movement while creating jewelry with substance. But the real beauty of Judith's jewelry becomes evident as it takes on life on a woman's body. You will definitely want to add several of her pieces to your collection of fine handmade jewelry.

See still pictures of the entire show or a slide show.

Gallery hours are 10-6 Monday through Saturday.