Domain Home Accessories & Gallery is located at 3129 Beach Blvd. South in the Historic Waterfront Art District of Gulfport, Florida - (727) 302-9299

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All “Hairy Potter” On Sale!

HAIRY POTTER SALE! All pieces by John Moore (aka “The Hairy Potter”) are on sale at 25% OFF! John uses an unusual technique to achieve the distinctive “lines” that envelope his pieces. Horse hairs are laid atop the pieces just out of the kiln. The heat consumes the horse hairs, leaving behind unpredictable and unique carbon patterns on each piece. Choose from urns, table vases, pocket vases, plates, bowls and his whimsical line of “deviled eggs!… only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

 

John Moore's signature work includes the use of horse hairs laid on the pieces as they are removed from the kiln. The application of Spanish moss creates reddish or pinkish hues in the areas in which it is used.

John Moore’s signature work includes the use of horse hairs laid on the pieces as they are removed from the kiln. The application of Spanish moss creates reddish or pinkish hues in the areas in which it is used.

Coming Up in Gulfport, the “Little Town with a Big Heart!”

Local Voices and Upcoming Events as of April 30th

Local Voices and Upcoming Events as of April 30th

Add a dash of retro kitsch to your cocktail party!

Dare to add a dash of humor to your hors d'oeuvres service.  Offer up dips, chips, veggies and laughter with this pink flamingo server.

Dare to add a dash of humor to your hors d’oeuvres service. Offer up dips, chips, veggies and laughter with this pink flamingo server.

Meet the Artist: Derrick Johnson of “Stankin” Studios, Saturday April 18th

A "Stankin" fish by Derrick Johnson

A “Stankin” fish by Derrick Johnson

 

Derrick Johnson stands beside a set of his "Stankin" doors.

Derrick Johnson stands beside a set of his “Stankin” doors.

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to feature Gulfport “Funk” artist Derrick Johnson.  This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, April 18th, 6 until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport.

Complimentary wine, hors d’oeuvre will be offered as well as live music by jazz saxophonist Henry Ashwood.

A "Stankin" Aqua-Boogie creation

A “Stankin” Aqua-Boogie creation

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to feature Gulfport “Funk” artist Derrick Johnson.  This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, April 18th, 6 until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport.

Complimentary wine, hors d’oeuvre will be offered as well as live music by jazz saxophonist Henry Ashwood.

A "Stankin" chest of drawers by Derrick Johnson

A “Stankin” chest of drawers by Derrick Johnson

Popular local artist Derrick Johnson works out of his own “Stankin Studios.”  The “stankin” expression was derived during a musician friend’s gig when the word came out of nowhere to describe a particularly passionate and funky moment during the session.  Johnson describes, “When ‘stank’ hits your face, it’s the same as having beauty hit you.  You go ‘OOOOO-Weeee!’”

Johnson’s “stankin” art is a whirl of color and shapes applied to a wide array of objects and materials, including furniture, sunglasses, ironing boards, jewelry, wood, doors, walls and metal.  Johnson located to Gulfport from Baltimore in 2004.  He has participated in a variety of outdoor markets and art festivals and his work has been shown at venues including Leepa-Ratner Museum of Art (Tarpon Springs) and Divine Excess Folk Art Gallery (Bradenton).  He frequently paints objects on commission.

A "Stankin" bird (with an especially big beak!) by Derrick Johnson

A “Stankin” bird (with an especially big beak!) by Derrick Johnson

For the last few years, Domain has offered pieces in his series of framed metal sculptures resembling three-dimensional “funk” aquariums he calls “Aqua Boogie.”  For the “Meet the Artists” event, Johnson will be offering a much wider variety of art works and painted objects for one night only.

Established in March 2001, Domain Home Accessories offers a variety of unique art, décor, lighting, jewelry, cards, home goods and more, earning a reputation as one of Gulfport’s most respected retailers.  “& Gallery” opened in 2012 in the adjacent space and showcases the work of over 40 local and regional artists.

“Meet the Artists” events at “& Gallery” occur during Gulfport’s popular Third Saturday Art Walk.  Artists and artisans line the sidewalks of scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk evenings.  Independent shops and boutiques, live music venues, street performers, and Gulfport’s many popular restaurants are all part of the lively Art Walk scene.  Parking in the waterfront village is free and convenient.  Free trolleys are available for visitors parking in remote sites for transportation to and from the hub of Art Walk.

For more information, contact Daniel Hodge, (727) 366-4086 or email dan@igc.org;

or visit our Facebook page.

"Stankin" switch plates and outlet covers by Derrick Johnson

“Stankin” switch plates and outlet covers by Derrick Johnson

Springfest Garden, Art & Faerie Festival Comes to Gulfport’s Clymer Park

Springfest brings magic and fun to Gulfport each year.  Now in its 21st year, the free festival will last for two days this year.  Put on your wings and join in!

Springfest brings magic and fun to Gulfport each year. Now in its 21st year, the free festival will last for two days this year. Put on your wings and join in!

Bright, Shiny New Lighting & More!

We are proud to offer this fabulous new collection of lamps, sconces, pendants and clocks designed and hand-made by a small South Florida home décor company. We brought these back from Hialeah last weekend and are showcasing these exquisite works of art in our Gallery. Take one home with you!

We are proud to offer this fabulous new collection of lamps, sconces, pendants and clocks designed and hand-made by a small South Florida home décor company. We brought these back from Hialeah last weekend and are showcasing these exquisite works of art in our Gallery. Take one home with you!

 

Enjoy Southern-Style Scents in Our New Park Hill Candle Collection

Our Park Hill candles are Southern-inspired, with scents such as "Sweet Tea," "Pecan Pie" and "Cornbread."

Our Park Hill candles are Southern-inspired, with scents such as “Sweet Tea,” “Pecan Pie” and “Cornbread.”

Meet the Artist this Saturday: Reverse Painted Jewelry by Jane Carpenter

A colorful garden-inspired scene is reverse painted inside a heart, and embellished with sterling silver birds in this piece by Jane Carpenter.

A colorful garden-inspired scene is reverse painted inside a heart, and embellished with sterling silver birds in this piece by Jane Carpenter.

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to feature Gulfport artist Jane Carpenter and her colorful reverse-painted jewelry. This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, March 21st, 6 until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport. Complimentary wine, hors d’oeuvre and live jazz will be offered.

Jane Carpenter’s bright and whimsical jewelry is inspired by her “menagerie” of animals, as well as the garden and sea. Each of her pieces includes meticulously-rendered reverse paintings on clear Lucite, created using tiny brushes, applicators and even toothpicks. The reverse painting technique dates from the 4th century. Carpenter’s jewelry, including earrings, pins, pendants and necklaces, is mounted on embossed and embellished sterling silver. Her other art works include paintings on Masonite and Plexiglas, as well as pen and ink on paper.

Portrait of the artist Jane Carpenter wearing a "mystic hand" necklace she created.

Portrait of the artist Jane Carpenter wearing a “mystic hand” necklace she created.

Carpenter earned her BA and MFA in art, with an emphasis on jewelry. She has spent many years plying the art show circuit throughout the country. After discovering Gulfport in the early 1990s and finding it “quaint, welcoming and full of artists,” she began living here as a “snowbird,” then moved fulltime in 1994. Her jewelry is a recent addition to the offerings at Domain. She will be showing several additional pieces for one night only during this “Meet the Artists” event.

Established in March 2001, Domain Home Accessories offers a variety of unique art, décor, lighting, jewelry, cards, home goods and more, and has earned a reputation as one of Gulfport’s most respected retailers. “& Gallery” opened in 2012 in the adjacent space and showcases the work of over 40 local and regional artists.

“Meet the Artists” events at “& Gallery” occur during Gulfport’s popular Third Saturday Art Walk. Artists and artisans line the sidewalks of scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk evenings. Independent shops and boutiques, live music venues, street performers, and Gulfport’s many popular restaurants are all part of the lively Art Walk scene. Parking in the waterfront village is free and convenient. Free trolleys are available for visitors parking in remote sites for transportation to and from the hub of Art Walk.

For more information, contact Daniel Hodge, (727) 366-4086 or email dan@igc.org; or visit and LIKE our Facebook page.

Bright colors and the artist's sense of whimsy are reflected in this caterpillar pendant.

Bright colors and the artist’s sense of whimsy are reflected in this caterpillar pendant.

Click here to view photos of some of Jane’s other pieces.

Then join us this Saturday to meet Jane and see many of her other pieces up close.

 

Tent sale this Saturday!

Visit us before/during/after Gulfport's City-Wide Yard Sale and Pink Flamingo Tour of Homes this Saturday! Our tent sale merchandise will be deeply discounted, including art work, home décor, mirrors, cards, bath & body, lamps and more.

Visit us before/during/after Gulfport’s City-Wide Yard Sale and Pink Flamingo Tour of Homes this Saturday! Our tent sale merchandise will be deeply discounted, including art work, home décor, mirrors, cards, bath & body, lamps and more.

Meet the frogs… of ceramic artist Johnny Hughes

We fell in love with the “frog pottery” of Johnny Hughes as soon as we saw it. We hope you’ll enjoy it too. We are offering only a few pieces, including the pedestal bowl, small vases, large vase, small trays and mugs. Each is a unique, hand-made piece. Stop in and see them today… only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

Hundreds of New and Collectible “Bari Ware” Ceramics: Join Us This Saturday

Pottery artist Bari Precious

Pottery artist Bari Precious

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to welcome visiting pottery artist Bari Precious and highlight a large cache of new work by the artist.  This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, February 21st, 6 until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport.  Complimentary wine, hors d’oeuvre and live jazz will be offered.

The colorful and functional pottery of Bari Precious has been a hit since it was first offered by Domain four years ago.  It is now regularly collected by a large number of clients.  This new selection of pieces will offer a chance for guests to add to their collections of “Bari Ware” and will be sure to attract new collectors.  Domain is the only retailer offering her ceramics east of the Mississippi River.

A welcoming sign stands at the entrance to Bari's Precious Pots Studio in the rural outskirts of Springfield, Missouri

A welcoming sign stands at the entrance to Bari’s Precious Pots Studio in the rural outskirts of Springfield, Missouri

Working in her “Precious Pots” studio in the rural outskirts of Springfield, Missouri, she produces a variety of stoneware pottery that is art with practical applications in the home.  Her hand-painted designs and glazes display a sense of tribal, geometric or nature-inspired influences.  In addition to vases, pitchers and mugs, she creates bowls, plates, platters and dishes that are specifically designed to be safe for use in ovens, microwaves and barbecues.  Domain also offers copies of some of Bari’s favorite recipes which can be made and served using her stoneware pottery including baked brie, brownies, banana bread, honey-mustard chicken and baked fish.

Bari's pottery is largely functional, including lovely pieces that can be used for baking and serving.

Bari’s pottery is largely functional, including lovely pieces that can be used for baking and serving.

Bari Precious was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia and became interested in working with clay from an early age, going on to study sculpture at the Vancouver School of Art.  She left school to embark upon other adventures, including farming and communal life, and then travels through Europe, Asia and the Middle East during the 1970s.  She nurtured her fascination with Iran by spending time there teaching art and English, and later returning to work with archeologists by building a kiln and reassembling excavated pottery.  On return to the U.S., she raised her family for several years before reentering university studies and earning a B.F.A. in ceramics.  Her studio, gardens and home in the Missouri countryside are comfortable spaces where visitors are welcome to stop, share tea and peruse her “Precious Pots.”

Bari Precious stands next to a large selection of her pottery.

Bari Precious stands next to a large selection of her pottery.

Click HERE to enjoy some photos of the artist and her work.

Established in March 2001, Domain Home Accessories offers a variety of unique art, décor, lighting, jewelry, cards, home goods and more, and has earned a reputation as one of Gulfport’s most respected retailers.  “& Gallery” opened in 2012 in the adjacent space and showcases the work of over 40 local and regional artists.  “Meet the Artists” events at “& Gallery” occur during Gulfport’s popular Third Saturday Art Walk.  Artists and artisans line the sidewalks of scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk evenings.  Independent shops and boutiques, live music venues, street performers, and Gulfport’s many popular restaurants are all part of the lively Art Walk scene.  Parking in the waterfront village is free and convenient.

Free trolleys are available for visitors parking in remote sites for transportation to and from the hub of Art Walk.  For more information, contact Daniel Hodge, (727) 366-4086 or email dan@igc.org.

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Showcase your keepsakes in This Eye-Catching Chandelier!

This "keepsake" chandelier is an eye-catcher!

This “keepsake” chandelier is an eye-catcher!

This dynamic chandelier showcases over 2 dozen little pedestals with upside-down test tubes, each covering and displaying a tiny treasure of your choosing. Take it home and create a lighted display of your own special shells, feathers, dried flowers, leaves, small photos, other mementos… whatever you like.

Only one currently in stock… Get it before it’s gone! Only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

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