The Mission’s House Gallery is a gem tucked away on a quiet suburban road. A home that has become an art gallery and carries with it the history of the same family that runs it. A fascinating family that trace back their roots with an uncommon clarity.
The gallery itself holds art that serves as a smooth continuation of what is essentially the art of life, the collections are no doubt collectibles and the curator promises the occasional opportunity to pick up rare pieces that would indulge the serious collectors acute sense of connection.
Braelea brings the art to life with her stories and explanations in a way that singing adds emotive power to words. If you are unfamiliar with art, you will leave this gallery feeling that you have had a brief but intense romance with this essential form of expression that seeks to unravel the deepest recesses of your most primal awareness.
Do yourself the service of visiting the Mission’s House Gallery and be charmed by graceful expression. Like a work of art their gallery is continually evolving and taking form so you can always expect something new.
Artists can entrust the framing of their art to a master of her craft, Glenda Pope, whom is herself a Fine Arts Lecturer, an Artist and is known for having an impeccable sense of how to bring an art piece to completion.
To sum up the elements of The Missions House gallery:
- A mohair range of products (coming soon)
- A series of regular Mom & Babe talks (contact Braelea to be added to the mailing list)
- Professional framing services
- Select arty & functional curios