An art gallery opens tonight, following its move to central Middlesbrough.
Formerly based in Boho Zero, pythongallery has relocated to the central Linthorpe Road district to continue its success story and will be an important addition to the thriving art scene.
Commercial real estate specialists, Python Properties, officially open pythongallery at The Co-operative Buildings on October 28.
The free open event will be held from 6.30pm to 8.30pm and will feature Barbara Renton Wood’s exhibition Northern Vistas, an impressionist take on Redcar’s iconic steelworks.
The opening night offers the opportunity for art lovers and collectors to be among the first to see the new gallery space and the exhibition. The evening will include complimentary refreshments and canapes with the captivating sounds of a live guitarist.
Known for their historic building restorations and immersive art galleries, Python Properties offers a range of stylish and affordable spaces in locations across the North of England.
Peter Broome, Partner at Python Properties, said: “We are delighted to relocate our long-established art gallery to Middlesbrough, where the art scene is thriving with immersive talent.
“Python Properties has been dedicated to supporting the arts ever since we opened our first art gallery 15 years ago, which is why this opening means so much to us. We look forward to showcasing a range of local talent at start with Barbara Renton Wood.”
Peter Heselton, Art Gallery Curator for Python Properties, said: “The new gallery benefits from a central location which will ensure that new and diverse audiences can participate in our program while benefiting from the support of our established audience. It’s an incredibly exciting time to develop this new place of creation.
To prepare for the revival of the opening of the art gallery, Python Properties is currently looking for a new bistro operator. Located next to Teesside University, the space is ideal for an enthusiastic business owner who wants to take advantage of the footfall generated by tenants of The Co-operative Building, visitors to the pythongallery and surrounding businesses.
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