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from here to there.

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.

Hinged Camera Necklace
Copper Earrings
Astrophyllite Necklace
Swedish Steamship Token Necklace
Sunset Stampede, Triple U Ranch
In the Storm
In the Storm
From $175.00
Cruising the Wild Alfalfa
Milky Way over the Flint Hills

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Luckiest Picture I Ever Took

Luckiest Picture I Ever Took

Makers Street upcoming event Pet-tember has me remembering the single luckiest picture I ever took — and it involved pets.

The Great Plains story for National Geographic was taxing my abilities. Lots of territory and a nebulous idea of what the essence of this prairie geography was all about. I’d driven thousands of miles from Texas to Montana (enjoying every mile, actually) when I found myself on an a very traditional farm (they still used horses for plowing) outside Medina, North Dakota. 

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Sharing More

Sharing More

One of the first things you see when walking into Small World Gallery is the colorful rack of greeting cards featuring my photographs from around the world. It’s been a fixture in Small World since the beginning in 2002. And it is something else in the world of National Geographic photographers:  rare!

Time and again I watch as people browse the collection, some drawn to the Flint Hills and Kansas cards, some to exotic locations like the Arctic or the Pyramids, some burrowing into my Scotland collection, and some just finding a personal connection — cats, windmills, sunsets, long roads.

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Kurbit Enthusiast

Kurbit Enthusiast

Carla Griffith’s Wilson of Lindsborg is an accomplished painter of kurbits, an historic Swedish symbol of heavenly protection.  Next time you’re in, take a look at Carla’s new offerings, including 3- by 3-inch acrylic on canvas kurbit paintings with wooden easels.  Little pieces of heaven — and marvelous gifts to tuck into suitcases.
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127 N Main St.
Lindsborg, Kansas

Mon - Thurs, 10am - 5pm
Fri - Sat, 10am - 7pm
Sunday, 11am - 4pm

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