Give the Gift of Art


Finding the perfect gift for someone isn't always easy. What if there were an art to picking out a gift that had more to do with the person’s soul instead of the price tag? All year long we are here to help you find the perfect item that brings joy whether that is a favorite bottle of wine, a personally curated gift basket, or the fine art above the mantle.


Featured gift ideas

      

Fused Glass Fine Art Jewelry 

By: Chris Cox

Inspired by linear forms and design artist Chris Cox creates stunning pieces of one of a kind jewelry. Cox was visiting Italy when he first saw glass blowing up close. When he returned he discovered glass fusing and built a studio to start experimenting. “I love the ability to cut the glass, fuse and then form or cast it into most any shape".

Starting at $45

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Botanicals Serving Trays 

By: Laurie Tennent

This beautiful acrylic serving trays feature a variety of images from Laurie Tennent's Botanical Collection as seen in gallery shows, private collections and exhibitions from across the country. 

$120

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Glass Bottle Openers, Stoppers & Cheese Knives

By: Annie Shook 

These handmade glass pieces add whimsy to any table. The keystone of Annie's inspiration is the love of color and texture. She exhibits in galleries and shops across the country, as well as being a published artist and teacher.

Starting at $42

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Artisan Wooden Bowls 

The Holland Bowl Mill prides itself not only on the quality of its wood bowls but the great additional features, such as being entirely American made. At nearly a month to complete, their process of creating handcrafted bowls derives from the same method used for over one hundred years ago. Holland Bowl Mill crafts its bowls from American hardwoods including cherry, walnut, Maple and Red Oak, using timber harvested from forests throughout Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio.

Starting at $20

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Lampwork Glass Ornaments 

By: Bryan Randa 

These stunning ornaments are a beautiful addition to a holiday tree but can be displayed year around making it a practical way to incorporate fine art into any home. The transformation from a liquid to solid allowing the artist’s influence to shape and transform the molten start to a final form makes a wonderful statement sure to excite anyone on your list. 

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Gert Olsen Sculpture

Olsen's sculpture is the result of working and experimenting with various materials and methods of carving. Seventeen years of cabinetry and wood sculpture evolved into stone carving and working with the natural texture and color of the stone to create representative sculpture of animals, human forms and abstract shapes. The sculptures range from tabletop to monumental size for indoor and outdoor display. These whimsical pieces bring a playful nature to any collection and are sure to become a family heirloom. 

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Curated Gift Baskets

Petter Wine Gallery gift baskets are built to order insuring each gift is customized in both price and items. Add fine wine, local beer, hard ciders, artisan sodas,  cheeses, cured meat, olives, honeys, nuts, olive oils, truffles, gourmet condiments, hand poured chocolates, crafted charcuterie boards, napkins, wine-themed jewelry, pewter bottle stoppers, corkscrews, drink wear, decanters, or fine art pieces. We welcome personalized items and will include them for welcome baskets or corporate gifts just bring them in and we will create your basket around them! 

To order either call or stop by the gallery and let us guide you through the selections to create the perfect gift right on budget. 

Gift baskets are available for pick-up, local delivery. 


Gift Cards

 When you're unsure of the right gift a  J. Petter Galleries Gift Certificate can be a thoughtful way to  let the recipient know you care.  

Gift cards in any denomination can be purchased at the gallery or over the phone and used in the Petter Wine Gallery or towards a piece of fine art.