Gabriel Lipper - Judgment of Paris, Oil on Panel 30x40
April 1 marks our anniversary - we are entering into our fifth year here at Carrie Goller Gallery! We are grateful for all of the encouragement and support we have received. Thank you! We have heard your requests for additional hours. To that end - we are now open Mondays (new hours Wednesday through Monday 11-5:30, closed Tuesday).
Our magnificent Magnolia tree view from the gallery - eagerly awaited each spring
INTRODUCING GABRIEL LIPPER
Gabriel Lipper - Swim, mixed media on panel 12x12
First off we would like to welcome a talented new artist to the gallery! Gabriel Lipper is a classically trained Ashland, Oregon artist - obviously skilled at perceiving the human form and accurately translating that vision to panel or canvas. He has recently added mixed media abstractions to his field of work. Welcome Gabriel!
Youth Arts Showcase - all Poulsbo art galleries are showing art created by North Kitsap High School students this month through April 20. You are invited to meet, greet and encourage our young artists during Artwalk (see below). Carrie Goller Gallery is featuring work by Emma Hill, Kylie Gough and Jocelyn Grant.
Max Hayslette - Shades of Evening, oil & mixed media 38x44
Free Hayslette Poster! This coming Saturday, April 14th, 5-8pm, please mark your calendars for Second Saturday Artwalk. Meet Max Hayslette, who will be autographing complimentary posters of 'Shades of Evening' and showing his latest work. Please join us and all the fine art galleries on Poulsbo's charming Front Street for wine and festivities.
Carrie Goller Gallery is open Wednesday through Monday 11:00pm to 5:30pm (and by appointment). 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 collector to assist in acquisitions for their particular tastes and requirements; including special orders, gift wrapping, shipping, installation and offer interior design consultations. If you cannot visit the gallery, please see our online store: www.carriegollergallery.com.
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 customcommission from one of our gallery artists.
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. Recently Charles has been invited to several galleries in Sedona, AZ and Santa Fe, NM and is also supplying a New Zealand store with his work, which keeps him rather busy. However, he does accept commissions. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charles Goller - BlueTourmaline/Ethiopian Opals
Now at BAINBRIDGE ISLAND MUSEUM OF ART GALLERY STORE and
HEYDAY FARM STORE - CARRIE GOLLER GREETING CARDS & ART PRINTS
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 cards let us know at 360-779-2388.
Pacific Northwest mother and artist. I work from two studios, one at an old farm house in the Scandanavian village of Poulsbo for encaustic and the other -- a beach house overlooking Hood Canal for oil and sculpture.