Silver Fox Gallery owners Jim and Bonnie Rash have transitioned the gallery from fine arts and crafts to a home furnishings boutique that encourages customers to “start with art” to make their homes a sanctuary in which to live peacefully and with tranquility.
If you are looking for unusual accessories and furniture to make your interior unique and nurturing, then you'll want to visit the continuously changing collection at the Silver Fox Gallery. Focusing on superb contemporary design and craftsmanship, the gallery offers one-of-a-kind as well as production works by furniture makers, painters, sculptors, ceramists, glass artists and metalsmiths. In a century-old building (check out the hand-made brick walls), the gallery displays its wares on three floors, including the second-story loft, an inspiring, ever-changing residential living space.
Silver Fox Gallery offers shipping, delivery and gift-wrapping. They do tons of special orders and offer design services.
Silver Fox Gallery & Interiors owner Bonnie Rash stands in front of a shoji screen by William Martin Jean.
Natural materials and mountain motifs are everywhere you look at the Silver Fox. Botanical wall squares carved from wood, by Larry Fielder, are hung just off the library in the gallery’s top floor, which doubles as a residence for the Rashes.
Silver Fox Gallery & Interiors has extended its studio to a show house just completed at Bright’s Creek Golf Club. Designer Bonnie Rash used this painting from William Martin Jean’s “Sabi Series” as inspiration for the design of the entire home. Rash commissioned the Martin family to build dining room furniture, including this cherry built-in buffet. Glass sculptures are “Shidoni,” by Bernard Katz (left) and “Cintura,” by Randi Solin. Lamp by Fine Art Lamps.