Small World Gallery

A gallery. On Main Street. Small town. With roots around the world. Joy in connecting. Exploring, from here to there. In our lives -- and yours. "Delightful."  We make our stuff. We write notes.  We read books to children. Real People. Brick and Mortar.

One. Of. A. Kind.

PHOTOGRAPHY • JEWELRY • ART • CHILDRENS BOOKS • NOTEBOOKS • EPHEMERA

IBISwoman Jewelry from Kathy and Briana

When Kathy began her enormous bead collection she chose the name IBISwoman for her jewelry, reflecting her love for the enigmatic bird so beloved by the Egytians. Briana brought her formal art training to the mix, along with great style and skills in silverwork. Together they create the one-of-a-kind jewelry you can only get from...

Small World Gallery

Opalized Petrified Wood
Opal Necklace
Opal Necklace
$98.50
Baltic Amber Sunflower
Swedish Blue
Swedish Blue
$149.50
Willamena Striking Floral Silk Scarf
Rosie Ink Blot Silk Scarf
Rayne Silk Scarf
Fleur Stained Glass Silk Scarf

World Class Photography from Jim

Jim's photography from around the world for National Geographic hangs in art museums, galleries and ... homes like your. Fine art prints are archival, limited editions printed by Jim to his exacting standards. Posters offer affordable ways to enjoy Jim's images. Greeting cards are an inexpensive way to share images that mean something to you with others you care about.

The Water Witcher
The Water Witcher
From $100.00
Election Day, Russell
Election Day, Russell
From $100.00
Mrs. A.P. Shintaffer and Great-Granddaughter

Small World Gallery

127 N Main St.
Lindsborg, Kansas

785.227.4442

Tuesday - Saturday: 10-4

Stay Safe - We look forward to seeing you

Photo Tips for Night Sky Photography

Photo Tips for Night Sky Photography

Something wonderful has happened in photography: ordinary people can now photograph the night sky and the Milky Way. Here are tips from Jim Richardson for beginning your exploration of photographing the night sky, equipment you'll need and ideas for making great pictures.  
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Cherish our Dark Skies

Cherish our Dark Skies

The Milky Way is spectacular when seen under truly dark skies. But light pollution is destroying our night skies. Photographer Jim Richardson describes the problem and his coverage for National Geographic magazine, detailing both the wonders of the night and the ways night lighting is obliterating this shared humane heritage.
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Archeology: I'm Missing the Big Dig

Archeology: I'm Missing the Big Dig

Jim says he’s having a case of Dig Deprivation. It’s a malady of his own invention, to be honest, describing a particular from of longing that involves travel to Scotland (of course.)  It infects, he says, "only people who have traveled to Orkney, those Scottish islands in the North Sea, in July and August during an archeological dig there. The cure is in just one place, exactly 4,129 miles from where I sit.

Jim describes summer days at the Ness of Brodgar, a Neolithic dig site he covered for National Geographic and which (evidently) really got under his skin. Read on to discover the deep attraction of poking into the lives of people now gone for 5,000 years and the thrill of hanging around with nerdy, gregarious archeologists bent on digging up all the poop. Indiana Jones should have had it so good. 
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