Dragonfly Galleria is having their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting this Saturday, March 15 at 10:00 a.m. Local resident and gallery owner Shelley Abbott has semi-retired from her long-time career as an artist of music and has created a retail museum showcase of artwork on Route 50. Abbott said, “There is no cost to experience our collection of artisan creations. The beauty is free to the taker, come experience the magic!” Dorchester County Economic Development Director Keasha Haythe added, “The arts serve as the centerpiece for economic development. It generates economic vitality in our community. Dorchester County Economic Development welcomes Dragonfly Galleria to the community.”
Dragonfly Galleria offers studio space and instructional classes in photography, painting and other skills showcased by artists. You are invited to sit and enjoy the ambiance and beauty around you or browse through the house and take in the creativity.
Dedicated to selling the artwork of Maryland’s finest artists and craft persons, the products are carefully selected for their uniqueness, beauty of form, function and high-quality workmanship. Dragonfly Galleria will help you find that original item that sets you apart as a connoisseur of fine arts and crafts.
For more information please visit www.dragonflygalleria.com, call 410.409.2454, or visit Dragonfly Galleria on Facebook.