By creating a safe space with a low threshold for people to simply pop in and appreciate the art and warm atmosphere, Robertson hopes to create something that is different from the classic gallery, which, she suggests, is often a place that the average person shies away from due to steep prices. “We want to have an offer that everyone will dare to partake in,” explains Robertson. “We don’t want our visitors to feel like they have to buy something – we simply want to increase people’s interest and curiosity in art.” Galleri My, which hosts a range of lithography, aquarelle paintings, photography, glass art and ceramics, has created a basement studio in which local amateur artists can exhibit their works, which Robertson believes draws new people in.
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