Private Shopping Hour…

Private Shopping Hour

We are happy to announce our ‘Private Shopping Hour’ in the gallery. This new service is designed to give you, our customer that ‘one on one’ service that sometimes lacks when the gallery doors are open to the public. The ‘Private Shopping Hour’, will be set from 5-6 p.m. on any weekday* of normal gallery hours. (*prior commitments excluded)

Perfect for customers with multiple works of art to be framed. Great for those customers interested in personal time shopping for Christmas, Birthdays, Anniversary etc.

Just ask Sue and her mother Barbara, who have already taken advantage of this service and now have some of their Christmas shopping done. Forrest also took advantage of this service to view and purchase one of his favorite artists… ‘Howard Terpning’

Private Shopping Hour

New Shipment of African Jewelry…

The African Collection, Turquoise and Coral

The African Collection, Red and Yellow Amber Bracelets Arriving in August, a new and exciting shipment of jewelry from Africa! 

A great selection of ‘traditional’ necklaces, a wonderful collection of Gashi necklaces, bracelets and earrings. New Tureg and Ethiopian Crosses, more Aruba and Trade Bead bracelets. And an incredible selection of Lapis, Garnet, Onyx, Pearl and Turquoise necklaces.

Should be a fantastic show. ~ We’ll keep you posted on the private event.

Please contact the gallery if you are interested in an invite.

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Give “Art from the Heart” this Valentine’s


valentine copy newsletter Give a ‘Gift’ from the Heart this Valentine’s Day.

Surprise that special someone the gift that keeps giving.

“Art from the Heart”. 

The language of ‘love’ comes in many forms.

1.’Flowers’, always a great option..give them the artwork of Mo Delvin, flowers that will never fade or die, just like your love.

2. ‘Poems’, can tell the story of love and desire…consider the artwork of Cassandra Barney, every work of art tells a story.

3. ‘Romance’, just one part of a great relationship… Nothing beats the artwork of Steve Hanks in that department.

4. ‘Humor’, because in every relationship, we all need to smile and laugh in order to thrive… and what better to have a laugh with but the artwork of Will Bullas.

The passing of a wonderful man… James Christensen

jim christensen photo

jim wall webIt is with profound sadness that we inform all of our customers and friends that artist, storyteller, master of imagination and dear friend

James Christensen passed away Sunday, January 8, 2017.

Jim’s work was popular in the gallery right from the very beginning. From Jim’s first show in 1998 to his last show in 2008 and all shows in between, Jim’s enthusiasm for art, storytelling and Boise were contagious. The kindness he showed each and everyone of his fans was proof of his gentle nature and big heart. We were fortunate to have Jim, his wife Carol, his daughters Cassandra and Emily all stay with us at one time or another. His love of Gino’s Restaurant, great conversation and wonderful sense of humor will always be some of our fondest memories.


Inspired by the world’s myths, fables and tales of imagination, James C. Christensen’s work adds up to more than a beautiful – if sometimes “curious” looking work of art. Having taught art professionally for over 20 years, he thought of the world as his classroom. His hope is that through whatever he creates — be it a porcelain, fine art print or book — he can convey a message, inspiration or a simple laugh. He believes that teaching people to use their imagination helps us find solutions to sooth the stresses of everyday life-or get a little lift to help us keep going. In short: all things are possible when you share Christensen’s philosophy that “Believing is Seeing.”

Look for our upcoming show honoring James, First Thursday in March.




The African Jewelry has arrived!!!

African Collection available at Gallery 601

Well if you could not make it down for the private jewelry show last month, have no fear we still have a fabulous collection of jewelry left to see and purchase. Probably our largest shipment to date and the most unique pieces ever brought in.

new necklace collectionA new collection of African Amber (both red and yellow), new Gashi and Ethiopian Cross Necklaces, Mali Wedding Bead Necklaces, a fantastic collection of new pearl and stone collars, wonderful new bangles and an amazing selection of earrings to go with just about every piece of jewelry in stock.

Heck this selection is so large we had to purchase a new jewelry case!


A new jewelry order has been placed!!! And it’s on it’s way!!!

Our next installment of African jewelry has been placed. It is being packed and getting ready to ship. New and exciting, historical works of wearable art. A new selection of pearls collars. Red and Yellow Amber necklaces. A wonderful selection of Trade Bead necklaces and Gashi w/Tureg Crosses. Lapis, Coral, Turquoise and Onyx Chokers! Massaga Wedding beads and more.

If you are interested in being invited to our private jewelry show, please contact the gallery or give us a call, 208-336-5899 to be placed on the invitation list. 

What can be more fun than spending an evening with your friends, sipping wine, noshing and being the first to try on and purchase one-of-kind, wearable, historical and unique works of art. 

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March 17th: Happy Birthday, Coach Lyle Smith

coaches print web copy Happy 100th Birthday Coach Lyle Smith!

In honor of Coach Lyle Smith turning 100 years old today March 17th, we are selling this print ‘The Tradition Continues’ for the sale price of $65. (reg. $195)

100% of every print purchased will be donated to the Lyle Smith Foundation.

 Each limited edition print is hand signed by four former coaches that helped get Boise States football program where it is today.

Coach Lyle Smith 1947-1967  ~  Coach Tony Knap 1968-1975  ~  Coach Jim Criner 1976-1982 ~ Coach Pokey Allen 1993-

Coach Smith’s record was a staggering 156-26-6 (.846) Winning 12 Conference titles and 1 National Championship.

Many of you might not have known this, but Boise State once had a baseball program. Terry was given a scholarship to play Baseball at  Boise State back in 1969. Lyle Smith just happen to be his coach. Terry has very fond memories of coach Smith and Boise State, this is his way of paying it forward.