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The North Pole may be winding down for the Big Day, but not us! You’re still tending to last minute errands, and we’re here for YOU!

Shayna and Clancy as Santa's helpers

• For your convenience, we’ll be here until 3 p.m. on Wednesday, December 24th, with “Bow-Ready” artwork and Gift Certificates. (We will re-open at 10 a.m. on December 26th.)

• You can be assured that your Gallery One purchases will be carefully wrapped and expertly shipped to arrive in mint condition. (Rarely do we have a problem with a package arriving late or damaged.)

Helpful tips from our Shipping Department

The head of our Shipping Department offers the following general reminder, should you ever receive a package damaged in shipment from a vendor. Taking these steps will expedite the processing of your damage claims:

• Check for damage before signing for a delivered package. If you spot significant damage, REFUSE the package.
• If a damaged package has been delivered, note any damage and take a picture BEFORE opening.
• Do NOT discard the packaging.

Shayna and I and all of our Gallery One staff are here to help make sure your holidays are happy and bright! We look forward to seeing you!

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Over 50 of today's finest artsts for under your tree from The Greenwich Workshop and Somerset Fine Art
Adamo Auster Bama Barney Bean
Blossom Bralds Buxton Brenders
Bye Carey Christensen
Guy Combes Simon Combes Cooke Cox Dawson
Demers Devlin Doolittle Ford Gennusa
Gilleon Glazier Grant
Greene Grelle Gustafson
Hallmark Hanks Harvey Landry Larson
Liang Long Soldier Lyman
Marquez Marris McCarthy
McPhie Milhomme Morrissey Peralta Philbeck
Phillips Situ Daniel Smith Tucker Smith Steele
Swindle Terpning Thomas Weistling Wysocki

We are sad to announce that
Edna Hibel passed away on December 5, 2014 at the age of 97.

She appeared at Gallery One Mother's Day weekend 2007 to open a one women show of her works. At 90 years old, she took to the stage and the mike, spoke without notes and answered audience questions. She spoke and moved as if she were 60 years old.

Edna HibelFor over 40 years, Edna Hibel has been referred to as America's best loved and most versatile artist. In 1995, she was commissioned by the Foundation of the National Archives to commemorate 75 years of women receiving the universal right to vote. At that time, she was acclaimed the "Heart and Conscience of America" by Lucy Baines Johnson, of the U.S. National Archives. Born in 1917 to Abraham and Lena Hibel, Edna grew up in the Boston area, where she met her husband of more than 60 years, Theodore (Todd) Plotkin. She began seriously painting at nine and developed a proficiency in tennis. She was educated at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts from 1935-39 and was later a special graduate student. In 1942, she was honored with the Sturtevant Traveling Fellowship to Mexico. Edna began pulling stone lithographs in 1966 in Boston and worked in a fourth generation atelier in Zurich in 1970. She developed systems for creating works with up to 32 stones (or colors) on paper, silk and wood veneer. Then she encouraged her porcelain manufacturers to allow her to create color separations with stone lithography which were transferred in a "secret" process onto Bavarian hard paste porcelain. These works are now called lithographs on porcelain. Next, she created the "Arte Ovale" series and various plaques with this technique. With both lithographs on paper and on other materials, she often segments her editions by colors, papers or the use of gold. Hibel’s works have been exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries in more than 20 countries on four continents including national museums in Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Russia and the U.S. — and under the royal patronage of Count and Countess Bernadotte of Germany, Count Thor Bonde of Sweden, the Prince and the late Princess Rainier of Monaco and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England. She received medals of honor from His Eminence Pope John Paul II and the late Belgian King Baudouin, and has received six honorary doctorate degrees. In addition, Hibel has received many humanitarian honors for more than one half century in raising donations with her work for children's and medical charities. Now in her 90s, she still works a full schedule in her studio. She honored Gallery One with an appearance to open an exhibition in 2007.

Andrea by Edna HibelVases of Flowers by Edna HibelKrista and Child by Edna HibelJoshua by Edna Hibel

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Spring Meadows by Thomas Kinkade as Robert GirrardSpring Meadows by Thomas Kinkade as Robert Girrard
Spring Meadows by Thomas Kinkade as Robert Girrard
Heartfelt Emotions by Paul LandryHeartfelt Emotions by Paul Landry
Heartfelt Emotions by Paul Landry
Stars and Stripes by Judy LarsonStars and Stripes by Judy Larson
Stars and Stripes by Judy Larson
My Brother, Jim Irwin by Alan BeanMy Brother, Jim Irwin by Alan Bean
My Brother, Jim Irwin by Alan Bean
Staccato by Andrew DenmanStaccato by Andrew Denman
Staccato by Andrew Denman
Fireworks by Mo DevlinFireworks by Mo Devlin
Fireworks by Mo Devlin
Cloudy Dominion by Larry DykeCloudy Dominion by Larry Dyke
Cloudy Dominion by Larry Dyke
El Lechero by George HallmarkEl Lechero by George Hallmark
El Lechero by George Hallmark
Silver and Gold by Thomas KinkadeSilver and Gold by Thomas Kinkade
Silver and Gold by Thomas Kinkade
Native Trails, Fresh Tracks by Z. S. LiangNative Trails, Fresh Tracks by Z. S. Liang
Native Trails, Fresh Tracks by Z. S. Liang
Undivided Attention by Bonnie MarrisUndivided Attention by Bonnie Marris
Undivided Attention by Bonnie Marris
Majestic Serenity by Denis MilhommeMajestic Serenity by Denis Milhomme
Majestic Serenity by Denis Milhomme
Sleepy Hollow by Phillip PhilbeckSleepy Hollow by Phillip Philbeck
Sleepy Hollow by Phillip Philbeck
A Kiss for a Kiss by Stephen ShortridgeA Kiss for a Kiss by Stephen Shortridge
A Kiss for a Kiss by Stephen Shortridge
The Trackers by Morgan WeistlingThe Trackers by Morgan Weistling
The Trackers by Morgan Weistling
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