Gifts and Home Art

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Gifts and Home Art by our featured Gallery Artists

If you’re looking for a unique and beautiful gift, WFAFS has a wide selection of one-of-a-kind creations designed by local artists. From art to pottery to jewelry and accessories, there’s a wide selection of items to brighten up anyone’s day — including yours! View our current exhibiting artists and see our art potters, and jewelry and glass artists’ works below.


ANGELIA HAYES

JEFF HODGES

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Local potter Angelia Hayes creates unique designs at very affordable prices, from bread baskets and egg plates to fun pieces that take their form from nature.

View Angelia’s Gallery.

Dragon Fly Teapot

Jeff Hodges, a native Virginian who recently moved to Wake Forest, designs functional art pottery; only food-safe glazes and clays are used. The designs he employs are often whimsical and many are derived from nature, including objects, such as leaves, pressed directly into the clay.

View Jeff’s Gallery.


JAMIE MILLER

JACOB SADLER

Crystal BraceletsJewelry and accessories by Jamie Miller. Jamie is a multi-talented artist who fills the WFAFS gallery space with her vibrant acrylics, evocative photography, beaded jewelry and colorful accessories. .

View Jamie’s Gallery.

Glass Turtle & DragonGlass artist Jacob Sadler uses his artistry to craft beautiful glass creatures, from coiled dragons to sea life such as fish and turtles. He also offers a line of hand-dyed silk scarves.

View Jacob’s Gallery.

 

Custom Gifts through Custom Framing

Military honors...Let us create a unique gift for a special occasion. For example:

  • Honor your favorite veteran with a display of his/her photos, medals and commendations (see right).
  • Shadow box your loved ones’ baby announcement with the hospital bracelet, picture of baby or small toy.
  • Frame the jersey and ticket stubs from your favorite team.
  • Make a unique gift for a bride and groom by framing the wedding invitation and picture of the happy couple.
  • Find a special shell on your beach vacation? Or a treasure while antiquing with friends? Don’t put them in a box, display them in a frame!
  • Frame some of your children’s artwork, they love to see their creations on the wall, and it’s a great way to decorate their room!