Ornaments for all

It's time to haul out the holly and add the trimmings to your tree! Each November, the Kentuck staff gets together to decorate three trees for our Gallery Shop. Filled with stunning ornaments from clay, glass, and other materials, these trees are such a fun embodiment of decorative art. We're biased, but we think any of these ornaments would make a great addition to any tree.

Glass Ornaments by Chris McCarthy

We are obsessed with the these glass ornaments! Available in several different styles, these ornaments are bursting with color and incredible detail.

Click on an ornament below to see all available options within that design!

Ceramic Ornaments by Susan Allen

Represent Alabama with these stunning ornaments!



Gourd Ornaments (Gourdaments, anyone??) by Teresa Wamble

Yep, you read that right! These ornaments are gourds which have been painted by Calera, AL artist Teresa Wamble.


Flying Ice Skates by Penny McCallister

These adorable flying ice skates would be a whimsical addition to any tree!



Rusty Ornament

Bring a little bit of Kentuck home with you! Get our new Rusty ornament!



Going for a more eclectic look? We hang almost anything in our tree. Our two favorite pieces turned ornament? "Hope" by Chub and Elvis Angels by Elayne Goodman!


So there you have it--our 2019 ornament round up! You can find these ornaments (and more!) in Kentuck's Gallery Shop. Shop online at www.kentuck.org/shop or in person at 503 Main Avenue, Northport, AL 35476.


Happy shopping!

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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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