This was a storage room transformed, in 2015, with a couple of gallons of paint, track lights, and a web site, into an exhibit space in the Anderson Arts Building in the Neighborhood of the Arts, in Rochester, New York. I was not sure what I was doing. I had done lots of shows of my own but had never had a gallery and did not know what would be involved to be on the other side of that equation. I like how the project has turned out—the color of the walls, the sign above the door, the way the prints look; and I’m very pleased with the number of people who helped, and the even more who visit. It’s the perfect place for small shows and for emerging artists.
Come visit during First Fridays from October until May, or many afternoons, or by appointment.
Proposals for shows are invited. Please send an email with "Show Proposal" in the Subject line. Briefly describe your work, the medium, general sizes, and include a picture of a finished piece. Then we will set up a time to discuss possibilities.
—Richard Margolis, Director