Photos from Sherri Moore Friend's post
Nov 28 is Shop Small Saturday. We want to show you our amazing selection of gift ideas at The Art Shop at the Gallery 62 West. As you can see from our slide show, we have everything from Christmas wreathes to Christmas cards to handmade items. And even pictures of the Grafton Monster for sale!
We hope that while you are visiting our neighbors in downtown Grafton on this special day, that you will stop at the Gallery 62 West and visit the Art Shop.
Special hours tomorrow, Saturday, Nov 28 are from 11am to 3pm. While you are visiting the Art Shop, please also take a look at our beautiful group of Christmas trees. These are on display for you to bid on. The funds raised from the Festival of Trees goes to support both the TCAC and the Taylor County Family Resources.
We are also going to have special open hours on Tuesday Dec 1, from 10am to 4pm
We hope to see you at the Gallery during one of these special times.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we do require social distancing, but the 6ft area is marked on the floor for you. Masks are required to keep our guests and volunteers safe. (and if you forget yours, we have masks available)
The last Saturday of November is Small Business Saturday, and we will be open from 11AM to 3PM! Come visit us that day. Our gift shop will be open, with lots of neat gift ideas. Our 2020 Festival of Trees is in full swing, and you can bid on one or more or our beautiful trees!
Dec 1 is Giving Tuesday. Its a time for people all over the world to give back to their community by doing something special to help their community.
On this day, we have a volunteer who will be helping us out by keeping the Gallery open from from 10a-6p due to a volunteered special shift!!! They are giving to the community by helping us keep the Gallery open!
This fund raiser benefits both the Taylor County Art Council and the Taylor County Fsmily Resources
This will be a perfect day for folks to drop in the Gallery and bid on a tree to support TWO great non-profits!
Tree # 20 was created for us by the GFWC of Grafton, WV, has some lovely decorations. I love the star! Its overall such a gorgeous tree!
This submission is # 21. It has been created in honor of the suffragette movement, those brave souls, who 100 years ago, made it possible for women to have the right to vote. This was donated by the Carnation Collective.
Number 19 is entitled the "Tree tree" - created by our volunteer and board member, Diane Parker, this tree features ribbons and flowers and several hand painted ornaments. This is another tree that would make an amazing addition to your holiday decorations. The name comes from the little trees that have been painted on the wooden decorations.
Here is something very unique. This is a Christmas Village, made of hand painted pieces from the 70's and 80's. Donna Eskidge donated this cute decoration. It is submission # 18
Tree 17, the Snowman Tree, features all handmade snow men and was donated to us by Janice Griffith, mother of TCFR's director, Cathy Coontz. Aren't they just the cutest!?
Tree # 16 is the Country Star Tree. Donated by the Whitescarver and Mills family, this lovely tree has a red, white and blue ribbon interspersed with its numerous ornaments. What a pretty tree!