Saturday, December 30, 2017

Artful Resolutions for 2018

Although not everyone will keep them, many people will make a list of resolutions for the New Year.

So who says they can’t be fun? Not Gallery One!

A list of resolutions is much easier to keep if it’s accompanied by VISUALS. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 most popular New Year Resolutions, along with artwork that will inspire your efforts!

Gallery One is your source for all of the art seen here and much more. Stop in or call today, and have a happy, healthy New Year!

1.         Get more exercise in the New Year 

2.         Eat more healthfully

3.         Quit smoking

4.         Quit drinking       

5.         Learn something new

6.         Travel more

7.         Volunteer

8.         Get more sleep

9.         Meet someone

10.       Get out of debt


Friday, December 15, 2017


 In the spirit of Ralphie from the classic holiday film,
A Christmas Story, Gallery One invites you to decode our Mystery Message!


 You Could
Win This
Santa Claus
for Christmas!

© Dean Morrissey
12” x 12”   $195   MORJU2
Giclée on canvas,
hand-signed by the artist

  • Each of the works of art shown below can be found on Gallery One’s website. (Featured works are by artists Kinkade, Daly, Rogerson, Marris, Harper, Gordon and Harvey.
  • Take the first WORD from the title of each to form the Mystery Message.
    (Exceptions: A and The)
  •  Email your Mystery Message solution to 
  •  Deadline is Noon, Friday Dec. 22, 2017. The first correct answer received will win JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT!


Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Celebrate the Season with the Gift of Art 

As another year comes to an end, we are reminded of our good fortune. Gallery One opened in 1974 to make beautiful art available to people who love art as much as we do. For 43 years, you have chosen Gallery One for fine art and professional, affordable custom framing, and we are truly grateful.

Over the years, the artists have become our extended family and our loyal collectors have become our cherished friends, returning each year with children and now grandchildren! Thank you for including Gallery One in your holiday traditions, and thank you for making us a part of your home.

If you’d to share the gift of art with your loved ones this holiday season, we’re happy to help. Just like a favorite Christmas carol, a gift of art can recall happy holiday memories. Here are a few examples…

“Dashing through the snow, in a one-horse open sleigh
Sending Christmas cheer to loved ones far away!”

Giclées on canvas, hand-signed by the artist


 I don’t want a lot for Christmas; there is just one thing I need.
I don’t care about the presents underneath the Christmas tree.
I want you for my very own, more than you could ever know.
Make my wish come true, all I want for Christmas is YOU!”

Giclée on canvas, hand-signed by the artist


“Bells are ringin', children singin'; all is merry and bright,
Hang your stockings and say your prayers,
'cause Santa Claus comes tonight!”

Now and forever, may your every wish come true
Sending you love at Christmas and in the New Year, too!

Giclées on canvas, hand-signed by the artist


“I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
With every Christmas card I write
May your days be merry and bright
And may all your Christmases be white.”

Original giclée photographs on canvas, hand-signed by the artist


These beautiful giclées are guaranteed for life and will never fade. (Can a sweater make that claim?)

Most of the giclée canvases seen here (under 36”) are gallery wrapped with finished sides. Framing is optional. They ship ready to hang and enjoy, straight from the box, and we can ship ANYWHERE.

Need more ideas? Stop in and have some holiday refreshments with us. We’re always glad to help, and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Happy Holidays to you & yours
from all of your friends at Gallery One!

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

New from Dean Morrissey

Light up your imagination!

© Dean Morrissey

30" x 24" MORGI4 $495

15" x 12" MORGI2 $245

Giclées on canvas,
hand-signed by the artist

in person
at Gallery One December 1st & 2nd!

According to artist and author Dean Morrissey, The Great Kettles is an enchanted Chain of Islands across the Sea of Time. It is home to a number of magical figures: The Man in the Moon, The Mystic Mariner, Father Time, The Sandman, The Cloud Keeper, Trundles, giants, trolls and many more. Even the most familiar-looking objects are never what they seem in the land of the Great Kettles. Take for example, this combination lighthouse and windmill, with a handle on top.

The top is actually a portable lantern belonging to a giant named Mogg:

“Mogg set his lantern on this lighthouse every night to guide the fishing boats in. It is said that one time he waded out into the ocean to save a sinking galleon. He picked up the boat, put it on his shoulder and waded back to safe water before setting it down. The crew went wild!”

        (From the 2001 book The Moon Robber by Dean Morrissey)

Did you know that the very first Checker Cab was from The Great Kettles?

© Dean Morrissey

12" x 9" MORCHA $175

Giclée on canvas, hand-signed by the artist

Ever wonder why that leaky faucet stopped dripping? Obviously, the Trundles took care of it while you were sleeping. (You’re welcome!)

© Dean Morrissey

10" x 8" MORBI5 $145

Giclée on canvas, hand-signed
by the artist

Very few people have actually seen a Trundle although many people have them as boarders. Artist Dean Morrissey knows many of them and has even painted their portraits. Several of these are available at Gallery One such as the one shown above of Billy Blue Sky.

Trundles are magical little creatures. Preferring to stay out of sight, they sleep up in the eaves or in cabinet drawers. They are virtually invisible in a cluttered room. A fully-grown Trundle can stand up under a bed without hitting his head. Their purpose is a good one. They quietly go about helping their host in many ways. They sweep up in the middle of the night, and repair broken windows and leaky pipes.

As you can see, there is often a logical explanation for many unusual circumstances, all of which make perfect sense in the land of The Great Kettles and in the mind of Dean Morrissey.

Make plans to see Dean at Gallery One, Friday December 1st and Saturday, December 2nd!  And see more of his fascinating artwork at

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Coupon valid thru 11-08-17

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Time for a Change of Art.

Change is a good thing.

Fall is here, and family gatherings and celebrations with friends are moving indoors. Time to spruce up your surroundings with art that celebrates this golden season. Gallery One has a fabulous fall collection from which to choose, with affordable custom framing and FREE layaways. Leaf through this select sampling and see more at  

AUTUMN DREAM by Yiqian Shu  30” x 40”  Original acrylic painting on canvas  SHUAU2  $9600

(Love it here? Wait until you experience the original at Gallery One. It will take your breath away.)

MOUNTAIN MAJESTY by Thomas Kinkade  25.5” x 34”  Framed Limited Edition Canvas Print  KINMOA2  $2000

A cozy cabin in the mountains awaits your arrival. Framed in Old Walnut, this glorious retreat can be yours to enjoy for all the seasons to come.

ACROSS THE SKY – SNOW GEESE by Robert Bateman  19.5” x 26”  Framed  950 s/n  BATAC1F   $1035

It is the essence of autumn itself: skeins of snow geese wind through the mist of endless slate-colored skies. Robert Bateman captures the majesty of this stirring spectacle as only he can.

AUTUMN FRIENDS by John Weiss  12” x 13” 550 s/n  WEIAU2   $125

Your home is your castle. Furnish yours like Buckingham with the art of John Weiss. His paintings of dogs and horses have an avid and loyal following of collectors worldwide including Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth.

AMERICANA CALENDAR 1989  by Charles Wysocki  13” x 14.5”  Original acrylic painting on canvas  WYS1989  $7500

For countless collectors, Charles Wysocki calendars were a tradition. The calendar covers were especially prized. No one could portray Americana still-life more brilliantly. Since his death in 2002, Wysocki originals are hard to come by (unless you come by Gallery One).

AN ISLAND IN TIME by Anthony Cook  38” x 58”  Original Giclée Canvas Photograph   COOIS4   $1150 (Other sizes available)

Own a slice of paradise. The sensitivity and insight with which author, artist and naturalist Anthony Eaten Cook portrays the Cook Forest are testimony to a lifetime of involvement with this magnificent landscape. His grandfather Anthony Wayne Cook, the visionary lumber baron, deeded 7,200 acres to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for its protection in perpetuity. Two generations later, Anthony Eaten Cook is an ardent advocate for the preservation of old-growth forests, sharing his vision of their splendor. 

Looking for the perfect pop of fall color for a small space? Carl Brenders has it covered down to the last tiny detail. Not even a whisker escapes his attention.  

by Carl Brenders  
18” x 12”  Giclée on canvas,
 hand-signed by the artist 

THE TENDER CARES OF AUTUMN by William S. Phillips  24” x 36”  
Original Oil Painting on Canvas  Framed as Shown   PHITE3   $30,000

Lights twinkle in the distance, as twilight marks the end of an idyllic autumn day in picturesque Phillips Bay.

Stop in to see more amazing art at Gallery One and and have a fabulous fall!