Carlson Galleries illuminates homes with vintage and antique lighting from as far back as the 1830s. Its technicians restore and clean chandeliers, sconces, lanterns, and candelabra lamps. Carlson Galleries also outfits homes with antique furniture, fine art, and decor.
The shelves at Looking Glass Designs teem with jewelry, bags, apparel, and gifts for children and adults alike. Adorn barren wrists, lonely necks, and empty earlobes with handmade beaded jewelry sets in contemporary and antique styles. Stylish serving items include wine glasses etched with the fleur-de-lis, the national symbol of Rhode Island ($8). Recycled coffee bags come together in Sun Ministries eco-friendly totes, and each tan and gingham-patterned bag helps to send young missionaries into inner-city areas. The shop also stocks scarves ($15–$35), baby gifts and apparel ($10–$50), soy candles ($14), and natural loofah bath scrubbies ($7). For an additional fee, customers can choose to have owner Andrea Heugatter, whose needle skills helped her to win the Riverfront Times 2009 award for Best Personalized Gifts, emblazon gifts with names, personal messages, or grocery lists.
Off Arsenal Gallery's precision framers preserve diplomas, sports memorabilia, and prints with custom frames, acid-free backing boards, and UV protection to prevent keepsakes from fading. Off Arsenal's veteran framer stocks myriad style offerings to conquer odd jobs and hard-to-frame knickknacks. The shop's sociable, image-focused atmosphere allows customers to feel at ease making special requests for add-ons such as elegant design accents or a custom-fitted wiper blade to protect Employee of the Month headshots.
We import and source high quality, well designed items that are generally handcrafted, often by internationally known artisans. We also mix it up with market finds and other special pieces that you can't find elsewhere. By offering these pieces we are supporting families that we know, which we feel is very important.
Newlyweds, pets, toddlers, and schoolchildren have been posing in front of Walmart Portrait Studio's colorful backdrops for decades, making for adorable holiday cards and wallet mementos or stately, striking family portraits. Today, the studio's digital photographers continue the tradition of taking high-quality portraits at dozens of locations across Canada. Each professional photographer completes a rigorous training program before they begin composing and shooting digital photographs, adopting styles ranging from formal portraits to passport photos.
Today's Groupon gives adventurous art-lovers a yearlong individual membership with all the perks, at the award-winning Contemporary Art Museum for $20. Get a membership to take advantage of the museum's most ambitious group show since its grand opening: For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn't there.