Bert Gallery continues to broaden its art offerings through Exhibitions at 24 Bridge Street in Providence, Rhode Island and online at our website. New inventory and art happenings continue to be posted on the BG NEWS blog.
Stay up to date on art thoughts and historical research assembled over our many years in business. Explore artist personalities from the region, their artistic accomplishments and connections with the national arts scene. This research is available in various forms including podcasts, publications and videos.
Make sure you check in regularly on BG NEWS, Facebook and Twitter for the latest postings.
The art world is very fluid with changes occurring daily in the auction and gallery markets. Enjoy the Bert Gallery “take” on art events and trends as they unfold through the perspective of over 30 years in business.
The Holiday catalogues are already out with an array of consumer goods to satisfy any gift giver. In the midst of this retail competition, Bert Gallery suggests you give a “The Gift of Art”, a simple personal gift of a painting, etching, photograph or sculpture that is not mass produced but unique, a creative visual treasure.
2018 The Gift of Art exhibition has a few new twists.
Saturday morning coffee to start your weekend off right at 10AM with coffee and RI bakery goods from the family run DeLouise Bakery. Yumm… last in before closing on Saturday takes home the remainder of goodies.
The back gallery is set up with all artworks $400. and under, both large and small. These are only very special historic artworks for your walls.
For a heads up on special promotions during the exhibit you need to check BGNews on the website, www.bertgallery.com, facebook and linkedin. For the social media challenged… drop by or give a call for details (specials will be updated on answering machine).
The gallery is located along the Providence waterfront at 24 Bridge Street off Wickenden Street in the Fox Point neighborhood. Street parking available, sometimes difficult but best times early afternoon.
Special Gallery Hours: 11 – 4, Monday – Saturday
New!!! Saturday Morning Coffee & Treats At 10am
Sundays By Appointment
We continue at Bert Gallery to re-examine the significance of the oft-neglected Providence School of painters with feature topics. Postings will cover the topics: