Published: 30 September 2020

I think it's fair to say that 2020 has been one of the most challenging of times. Waves of uncertainty and sadness have affected us all on some level.

The Arts especially have been heavily dealt with institutions, commercial galleries and museums trying to re-invent themselves into a new ways of viewing & experiencing – alongside the uncertainty of representation for many artists.

So what can we take from this time?

A lot of work goes on behind the scenes of a commercial gallery and its curatorial components – but despite our doors being firmly closed during lockdown I personally think we can take many positive things forward from this period.
The resolute feeling that kept me going throughout it all was the spirit of wiliness and support from my colleagues.
Some of us have been here for years well into the double figures and all come with an extensive portfolio of experience & knowledge.....But nothing beats the feeling of a united comradeship to want to continue providing gallery spaces which hold moments of sanctuary from the outside world & are joyous for artists, clients and colleagues.