Wednesday, January 10, 2018

January Gallery Highlights

Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.

~ Twyla Tharp ~

Max Hayslette - Brothers in Gold No. 2, 30x40
Happy New Year! After a busy holiday season we have finally made it to 2018. Our very own gallery owner/artist Carrie Goller spent Christmas at home filled with family - young, old, and four-legged. Our artists are very grateful for a successful 2017 and are looking forward to starting the year with new intentions and a fresh canvas. The dedicated staff at the gallery are also thankful for a wonderful holiday season, and are excited to kick off the new year reinvigorated and focused on bringing Carrie Goller Gallery into another prosperous year. We are working on some exciting new projects, so keep an eye out for a big announcement in next month's newsletter. 

Happy New Year from Carrie Goller Gallery!

Max Hayslette continues to focus on his stunning mountain vistas. They do tend to disappear quickly. In fact, one Carrie had her eye on was collected almost as soon as it arrived at the gallery. Max and Carrie are excited to take a much-needed break and head to the Wyeth exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum. 

Near the end of January Carrie and husband, Jeff run away from home in the family's faithful 32' rolling studio/RV, The Javolina, to meet up with friends for some sunshine and creative R&R. Along the way Carrie will be teaching, painting and shipping art back home and also delivering art to her new Sedona representative, Gallery of Modern Masters (Sedona, AZ/Lancaster, PA) where she is featured artist in February. You can also see Carrie's art in Seattle at Michael Birawer Gallery, as well as Bainbridge Island Museum of Art's gallery store.  


Is the winter rain slowing you down? Find some excitement during the fifth annual
Winter Rendezvous happening in downtown Poulsbo February 9th-10th. The theme this year is Cinco de Poulsbo with lots of activities and dining - just make sure to purchase a ticket ahead of time as this event sells out fast!  

Max Hayslette poster - Brothers in Gold No. 3

Free Hayslette Poster!
This coming 
Saturday, January 13th, 5-8pm, please mark your calendars 
Second Saturday Artwalk!  
Max Hayslette
 will be autographing complimentary posters of 
and showing his latest work.
Please join us and all the fine art galleries on Front Street for wine and fun. 

Carrie Goller Gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday 11:00am to 5:30pm. We are also open some Mondays - you can always call us at 360-779-2388 to confirm.  Located in historic downtown Poulsbo, the gallery features a mix of contemporary fine art from small to large-scale, in a variety of media, from paintings to sculpture to mobiles. We work closely with each individual buyer to satisfy their particular needs, including special orders, gift wrapping, shipping, installation or even interior design consultations. If you cannot visit the gallery, please see our online Store at

Wishing you a beautiful new year and amazing January,

Carrie & staff 
Carrie Goller Gallery


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Goller - Classics, oil 24x24
Goller - Classics oil 24x24
Goller - Rainier Storm Driver, encaustic/mixed media 36x24
Hayslette - Autumn's Shimmering Light 32x48
Goller - Junior Cowboy, oil 12x10
Hayslette - Mount Constance No. 2, 24x30

Hayslette - Crescent Lake No. 2, 32x32
Goller - Shady, watercolor 9x12
Goller - Pacifica IV, encaustic & mixed media 15x15
Custom Art and Jewelry Commissions, Giclee Prints and 
Art Rental Program

Max Hayslette - Installed in home

Residential - Corporate - Healthcare - Hospitality

Do you have a specific art commission in mind?
Are you staging a home for sale? 
Is it time to rotate art at your workplace or home?
Are you seeking to widen your range of art resources?

Our Art Rental Program offers fresh and exciting options for your environment, including customizable original art from over 40 artists. With access to over 250,000 giclee reproduction images in a wide variety of formats, we are able to offer affordable art options for most any budget. Additionally, we are agents of Max Hayslette's 2000+ archival giclee reproductions on paper and canvas.  

If you are looking for the perfect piece but have been unable to find it, consider a custom commission from one of our gallery artists.

Carrie Goller - Prints Available

Custom Jewelry by Charles Goller

Artist Charles Goller creates intricately wire-wrapped jewelry from precious gemstones and crystals which he selectively imports world-wide. He also does specialized custom work. He has worked hard to establish trusting connections and cares deeply about his sources, many in small villages around the globe, where the gems are mined by the villagers and contribute to the majority of their income. Email him at
Charles Goller - Moonstone Pendant

Visit the beautiful Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
to see additional art offerings by Carrie Goller in the museum's Gallery Store, including a wide selection of framed mini-prints, greeting cards and original artwork. Also available at HeyDay Farm Store on Bainbridge. If you wish to put in a special bulk order for holiday cards let us know at 360-779-2388.

Carrie Goller Framed Mini-Prints

Out of town?  No problem - we ship anywhere!

contemporary fine art by local/regional artists

18801 Front Street  Poulsbo, WA 98370
(please request mailing address)

Open Wednesday through Sunday - 11am-5:30pm
also some Mondays (check with us) and by appointment
located in Historic Downtown Poulsbo

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