Gift Shop

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Our Gallery Gift Shop has a stylish selection of high quality decorative and wearable art. Ceramics, jewelry, wood, furniture, paintings and prints, quilts, woven and knit-wear are all  handmade by our member artists and artisans.

Let us help you find the perfect gift for a birthday, wedding, other special occasions  – or yourself!

Gallery Gift Shop hours are Tuesday – Friday, 11 am to 5:30 pm, Saturdays 10 – 5:30, Sundays 11 am – 3pm.

Member Artists are eligible to sell work in the gift shop. For more details, and to pay annual fee, use link below.   

Gift Shop Artists of the Month: Linda Hall & Angie Holocker

LINDA HALL

Sunflowers, Linda Hall
Worth’s Folly – Worton Lynch Road
Spring Shadows, Linda Hall

Linda King Hall moved to Kent County, MD from Bucks County, PA in 1997. She makes her home in Betterton. Originally from Ohio, she is a graduate of Ohio University, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a major in graphic art and a minor in art education. She studied for three years with Artist, illustrator, Charles Reid. She has taught art, K through 12. After taking two masters course at Fairfield University she worked with advertising agencies and design studios for fifteen years.

She has participated in numerous juried art shows, winning  over fifty awards. In 2010 she won the Stephen Quiller award in the Northeast Watercolor Society’s International Show. In 2011 she won the Colson Printing Award in the BWS MidAtlantic Show. Linda has Signature membership in Baltimore Watercolor Society, BWS, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society , PWS and the Northeast Watercolor Society, NEWS.  She was recently awarded Signature membership into the Philadelphia Watercolor Society in it’s 137th International show,PWCS.

Linda is an exhibitor at The Artists’ Gallery on High St. in Chestertown as well as being a member of RiverArts,  and the Working Artist Forum in Easton.

She is still Free Lancing in graphic design, pen & ink renderings and watercolor house portraits.

ANGIE HOLOCKER

Angie is a jeweler, potter and has a full time job with the Kent COunty Public School system.  Where does she find the time?