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Annual Holiday Art Shop

November 30 - December 30, 2017

Venue
Creativity Explored

Location
San Francisco, CA

Jirafa by Maria Berrios © 2017 Creativity Explored Licensing, LLC, mixed media on paper

Creativity Explored’s Holiday Art Shop returns!

Plan to visit us for an entire month of fun holiday shopping. While the gallery and studio offers a quality collection of affordable art products year round, this is the time of year to indulge.

Select from thousands of original creations by over 135 studio artists, including paintings, sculpture, ornaments, textiles, mixed media, and other unique holiday gifts that defy categorization!

Plus, shop for exclusive gift items including enamel pins, adult and youth t-shirts, notecard packs, notebook and pencil sets, wrapping paper, writing journals, and holiday tattoos, all featuring artwork by Creativity Explored artists.

Get inspired this holiday season and give artful gifts that give back. One-half of the proceeds from the sale of every artwork goes directly to the artist. 



CERAMICS SALE

Saturday, December 2, 9, 16, & 23

Enjoy 25% off all ceramics every Saturday in December when you shop in the gallery.

Take advantage of this great holiday discount to pick up your favorite glazed animal for the garden, ceramic cupcake, vase, mask or train!

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