Tis the Season for Fine Art

Andrus Fine Art hopes to make art accessible and affordable

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Wayne Andrus, co-owner of Andrus Fine Art, says framed prices start at $95.

Giving a piece of art as gift is a great way to surprise a loved one or a friend because it shows you know them well.

Art should be accessible and affordable for everyone, said Wayne Andrus, who co-owns Andrus Fine Art with his wife, Kathryn.

“So many art galleries simply price people out of buying art,” said Wayne Andrus. “Art is meant to be enjoyed. We've got something for everyone here. You can buy a framed painting for $95. But we also offer larger pieces that come with the frame and are only $400. You can spend thousands in some galleries.”

Located at 6491 E. Seltice, every room is filled with eye catching oil paintings on canvas or spectacular Native American artifacts, paintings, sculptures and jewelry.

Andrus Fine Art is offering a 20 percent discount on all purchases during the holiday season, along with discounts for military veterans. Individuals can peruse hundreds of styles of oil paintings set up on large tables or find what they like hanging on the walls.

Prior to their galleries in San Antonio and this new gallery in Post Falls, the duo produced traveling art shows around the nation representing Native American artists from the Midwest and Southwest.

“I've always liked Native American artwork because of my heritage,” said Kathryn Andrus. “We started with antiques and then moved on to paintings. It was a natural progression.”

Kathryn Andrus plans to open a bakery called Just Baked to compliment the gallery in December or early January.

“We have a lot of space here and our plans are to be able to hold events here,” said Wayne Andrus. “It will be our own Art on the Green. We want to showcase local artists.”

For more information call (208) 930-1904 or visit http://andrus-fine-art.business.site

--Written by Marc Stewart, Director of Sponsored Content

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