Getting some visitors at the gallery at last, all very well behaved and wearing masks. Fortunately a lovely couple from Edinburgh took this away with them yesterday. Wrapping the painting was not a problem as we asked them to bubble wrap it themselves !
This is the last post heralding our re-opening tomorrow.
It is also the most important as it highlights our ability to ensure safe social distancing. Previous visitors know that the gallery rarely has more than 6 visitors at any one time , and because we have 4 separate rooms including the long entrance gallery (not shown) space is not a problem. We have hand sanitizers and masks available if needed. Jean and I have also self-isolated during this whole Lock down period. Welcome back.
The first Art you see on arriving at the Lost Gallery is the outdoor sculpture. There are 60 works on display , large and small, in stone, metal, and wood, carved, cast, welded or sandblasted, a huge variety of abstract and figurative, and prose and poetry carved in stone.
The start of the private track to the gallery. It's only 1.4 miles, but visitors usually remark that it's much longer. Apologies to newcomers as you do have to drive a bit slower, to avoid the squirrels and unfortunately a few pot holes.
No Artwork today. Just a reminder of how isolated we are.
From Monday we are re-opening so if you are looking for some great Art in a very safe environment, Red Squirrels & the possibility of a Golden Eagle & much more, we hope to see you soon.
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