Artifax International Gallery & Gifts

Artifax International Gallery & Gifts
Artifax International Gallery & Gifts is listed in the Gift Shops category in Sonoma, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Artifax International Gallery & Gifts which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Pinterest page. The activity and popularity of Artifax International Gallery & Gifts on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 78.

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450 1st St E
Sonoma, CA 95476
(707) 996-9494

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Artifax International Gallery & Gifts has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Artifax International Gallery & Gifts has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Sonoma, California is 38 and in the Gift Shops category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Have you seen our silk kimonos? Learn how this stunning fabric gained prominence:
Silk is a fabric first produced in Neolithic China from the filaments of the cocoon of the silk worm. It became a staple source of income for small farmers and, as weaving techniques improved, the reputation...

Artifax Art-to-Wear Clothing shared Sonoma Valley Museum of Art's post.
Support local arts! Especially support WOMEN artists!
In consideration of the devastating fires in Sonoma, the opening reception for Forge and Stone: Contemporary California Women Sculptors, originally scheduled for Sat. 10-14, has been postponed. We will post new reception date as soon as we confirm. Sorry for any inconvenience this postponement may have caused. Alison Saar, Ynez Johnston, Gwynn Murrill, Jane Rosen, Gertrud Parker, Diana Moore, and Lisa Reinertson. Image: Alison Saar, Hankerin' Hearts. Courtesy of L.A. Louver.

#FrockFriday brings us a new shipment of Heydari. Come in and see this wonderfully stylish line for yourself. Designer Mariam Heydari takes an architectural approach to her unique clothing style. She combines an angular, asymmetrical design with a free-flowing elegance, paying special attention to comfort. Her unconventional, avant-garde creations are inspired by bold cuts, unique fabrication, prints, textures, layers, and colors. Mariam does not believe in mass production. so every piece is made to order in her studio-workshop. Set yourself apart from the crowd, in Heydari’s unique and unconventional style.

Artifax Art-to-Wear Clothing shared Sonoma Valley Museum of Art's post.
Support your local art shows and artists!
In consideration of the devastation from the Northern California fires, the reception for David Ligare's Magna Fide (The Great Belief) will be postponed until Dec. 9. Our thoughts and prayers are with so many who have lost homes, businesses and more. SVMA will open the exhibition Magna Fide (The Great Belief) on Oct. 18, and the Museum will be free to the public for the rest of the month as a safe place to gather.

#TreasureTuesday I first encountered Angela Caputi jewelry at the Coterie show in New York. Her booth was swarming with women and I could immediately see why. I asked other buyers if they carry her jewelry? Their reply: “We can’t keep it in stock!” And that has been my experience too. Her distinctive designs are big and bold, classic and avante-garde. But most of all: it's fun to wear. Come see for yourself!