Artists at War

​We look forward to welcoming you to our gallery.​​


Jackie
Abramian - Harout DerSimonian
Haley Art Gallery - 
178 Haley Rd.

Kittery, Maine  03904
617-584-2580 - haleygallery@comcast.net

                                                Video by Anais DerSimonian

Haley Art Gallery re-opens on Thursday, June 4th at 11am. For your safety and ours, only 4 people at a time will be allowed in the gallery - and all visitors must wear masks.         


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​​Our Story

We are an art gallery - social impact gift shop of handmade artisanal gifts made by women from across the globe - and a space for meetings/co-working, workshops and retreats!

Open April through November, we invite visitors to enjoy a Slow Art experience and take time to learn about the stories behind each artwork and artist we represent. Art can't be rushed.






Our Special Offerings

- Victorian Tea-Time Art Events - a 2-hour tea-time event with gourmet teas and tea-time delicacies. 
- Co-working space.
- Rentals for workshops, seminars, classes, and retreats. ​
- Discounts for interior designers and businesses. 


  



 

    










                                   







- Victorian Tea-Time Art Events - 2-hour tea-time 


with gourmet teas and tea-time delicacies.




 









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Email us haleygallery@comcast.net

Enjoy 20% off all your purchases thru August

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​One Planet Irreplaceable Exhibit  

We support Fair Trade, social enterprises in the U.S. and around the globe that empower marginalized women and populations to gain financial independence.  Our giftshop showcases unique "handmade by women" gift items including handwoven bags, jewelry, scarves, table runners, pillow cases, baskets, soaps, face masks and more.....made in the U.S. Armenia, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Egypt, Ghana, India, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Mali, Syria, Turkey and Vietnam.

Testimonies of creative minds affected by brutalities of our times