Existing in the south of Washington Street, also called South Boston area, SoWa district was founded by Mario Nicosia. He along with GTI Properties renewed this place with huge factories like musical instruments, shoes and canned items. It didn’t take long enough for the shops, open markets, restaurants and beautiful art galleries to notice this place and they started doing business here.
Today, the SoWa district is best known for its artistic contributions. Art festivals, annual festivals, and art studios are accommodated in this area to carry on with the artistic excellence this place possesses. Every year, SoWa gets illuminated by the presence of artists from all around the United States that come here and showcase the best of their artworks. All these artists exhibit the culture of their country. From around 33 art galleries, let’s check out few of the best ones.
SoWa Artists Guild
SoWa Artists Guild must be the top gallery out there. Because of its exquisite assortment including fine arts, contemporary arts, oil paintings and other diverse forms. Every month, the First Friday promises total amusement and display of marvelous work. First Friday is an exhibition that happens on first Friday of each month. It is located on 450 Harrison Avenue. You can even enjoy cookies, muffins, cheese and other snacks free of cost. Everything is free with the exception of the paintings.
Another one along the Harrison Avenue, not only does the Arsi Libri have beautiful and rare paintings and patterns, it is a proper library with books focusing on nothing but art. Contemporary artworks are displayed outside with a charming doorbell. From architecture to abstract paintings, all the knowledge you seek about art is present in this place.
Filled with abstract and geometric shapes paintings, Lanoue Gallery also has some excellent sculptures. Neat, well-tended area to enjoy your time. This gallery also features contemporary painting as well as photography, has great exterior and is located on 125 Newbury Street in Boston.
Samson is known for its collections featuring new media. Not only does it stay ahead in the great assortment of digital art and computer graphics, the building also has some of the very fine sculptures based on animals and pottery. It is located on the 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston.
What moves us to enlist Bromfield among our top gallery choices is that it contributes to allow novice and emerging artists to take part in the annual competitions. Situated on 450 Harrison Avenue, this gallery must be visited whenever you pay a visit to SoWa.