These Four Walls, a fine art gallery

These Four Walls fine art gallery
Substitute photographer, Super Sleuth Watson, attended the opening of the These Four Walls fine art gallery in Observatory. While this was the opening, the gallery is certainly not new, and has in fact been running from a small flat in Woodstock for some time.

The idea behind These Four Walls is for it to be a gallery with a semi-informal atmosphere where "average people" are able to purchase original works of art at affordable prices. What I like about the gallery is that their website's homepage has a link to photos of the works displayed in the current exhibition.

These Four Walls is at 169 Lower Main Road in Observatory, and is open Tuesday through Friday from 10h00 to 17h00, and Saturday from 10h00 to 13h00. Most artists don't paint to make money, they paint to express something for others to enjoy. So, if you find yourself in the area, if you love art, and even if you're not shopping, visit the gallery and stimulate your creativity.

2 thoughts on “These Four Walls, a fine art gallery

  1. mjw

    :) A correction – I didn’t attend the opening of the gallery, I attended the opening of an exhibition at the gallery (“Equal In Silver”, a selection of paintings by Conor Ralphs) but it was the first time I have been there.

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