One of my favorite things to do has always been to go to museums and art galleries--to walk quietly through the different annexes and soak in the entire atmosphere for a memorable experience. I have always dreamed of having my own art and photography gallery where I could hang my work so people could have a similar experience as I have had so many times. I've wanted it to be free admission with no time limits or restrictions. Well, since I'm not independently wealthy, I figured that it was only a pipe dream.
But as I've churned and searched for answers these past few weeks (or months) on what direction my creative path should take, the idea finally came to me that I could have my dream. Instead of limiting myself to a physical "brick and mortar" gallery that would only get visitors that could travel there, I could open my own online art gallery so anyone with internet access could visit my gallery--with free admission and without time limits.
The idea began to gel further as I envisioned being able to having gallery showings in "annexes", "rooms", and "galleries" the way my favorite display spaces have been laid out. Visitors could "walk" through the different areas of the gallery--each area featuring a different showing of work.
So the Rosehaven Cottage Art Gallery has now become a reality. The first showing, entitled "Mornings", is already up for your viewing pleasure. Please come over and browse. Stay a while if you can. I'd love to have you!
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