It's the first ever gallery operated by the Sullivan Area Art Guild.
There are nearly 60 items on display, ranging from watercolors to 3D sculptures.
Everything has been hand-crafted by local art guild members.
Those involved say they're proud to bring these works of art to the community.
"We have a lot of talent here in this area, whether it's three-dimensional or two-dimensional. And this is just a very nice place to come to show your work," said Art Guild member Pam Irvin.
Another charter member Darhis Elmore adds: "It's encouraging that after 37 years, the arts Guild is still progressing. And a lot of the members that were charter members are gone but the younger set has, and they're carrying on."
The gallery is located at 16 S. Court Street on Sullivan Square. It's open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4p.m.
All of the artwork is changed out every three months.
Art classes are also planned.
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