JANUARY & FEBRUARY hours:
Thursdays – Saturdays 11am – 5pm
Sundays 11am – 4pm
and by appointment:
please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we’ll be closed for inventory on:
Saturday January 11, 2020
Please note that our hours change seasonally:
- July and August: open 7 days a week
- September – November: open Tuesdays-Sundays
- December: open 7 days a week plus Friday evenings
- January – February: open Thursday-Sundays
63 Mill Street / PO Box 1330
K0A 1A0 Canada
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INQUIRIES: We’re happy to help with any questions you may have. Please email or telephone the gallery.
PURCHASING ITEMS: If there’s something you’ve see on our website or in the gallery, we can check availability for you.
SHIPPING: Most items can be shipped anywhere in North America via Canada Post. Fees apply.
GIFT CERTIFICATES: Purchase a gift certificate in any amount when you’re not sure what to give. It’s a great way to make someone happy with a gift of their own choice.
LAYAWAYS: Layaways make it easier to purchase items that may be just outside of your budget today. 60% down payment and the balance paid within 60 days.
GIFT REGISTRY: We can create a gift registry to guide people to your favourites types of work (paintings, pottery, jewellery, etc), gallery artists or specific items. It’s perfect for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, other special occasions – or just for you!
CORPORATE GIFTING: We’ll help you select special items to give to your best corporate clients, Honourees or visiting dignitaries. We are known for carrying only hand-crafted items made in Canada.
ARTIST SUBMISSIONS: Though the gallery has a full roster of artists, we are always happy to look at new submissions. Please send a cover email and description of your work, plus a link to your website or attached electronic images. Allow up to a week for us to review the work and respond. Please do not bring your work into the gallery.
General Fine Craft is pleased to be the Canadian distributor of the book
photographer Louis Helbig’s aerial investigation of the Alberta Tar/Oil Sands, complete with unedited essays by 16 commentators on the project.
Hardcover editions are available for $75 + gst and shipping.
To purchase, come into the gallery or order on line: Louis@helbig.ca
drawing: S. Thompson/blown glass vase: A. Hunter/ceramic bowl: T. Wingar/silver brooch: B. Mullally/felt wall hanging: A. Graham
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