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Where Can You Find an Art Show that Displays Urban Artworks in Creative Exhibits? Head to The Rosella!

Where Can You Find an Art Show that Displays Urban Artworks in Creative Exhibits? Head to The Rosella!

Where Can You Find an Art Show that Displays Urban Artworks in Creative Exhibits? Head to The Rosella!

To us at The Rosella Gallery, creative people beget creative people. This means that art lovers and appreciators are as much inspiration and muse for artists – and those artists are for art lovers. Without passionate feedback for their artworks, most artists feel unenthused about their creative process. At The Rosella Gallery, we aim to inspire everyone with art shows that display urban artworks, often commissioned for specific exhibits.

Our collections span combined decades, as we appreciate artworks from a variety of artists, cultures, and timelines. The pieces are often finite and unique, with special editions available to buy in minimal prints and even more so limited originals that are once in a lifetime.

The Rosella Gallery began as a showcase for urban artworks, specifically from The Dogtown Collection. It started as a highlight for urban artworks; the kind of artwork that you would typically see painted on the bricks of businesses in inner cities. Where some people might see a grand mess or mish-mosh, we see beauty, and our artists use a wide range of creative mediums to express their urban influences.

Is Everything from The Rosella Gallery Inspired by Graffiti?

No, not everything The Rosella offers was inspired by graffiti or urban artistry. We appreciate and admire artists and artworks from around the world, so our collections change. One thing we promise is originality. We aren’t your typical art gallery, so there’s no doubt that we have a variety of artworks that you’ve likely never seen before.

Discover New Artists and Appreciate Their Stories!

At The Rosella Gallery, our art shows are planned around the stories of our artists. They spill their minds onto the canvas, and we highlight their creative process in exhibits that are ever-changing and provocative. For more information about what we do, our artists, and our exhibits, call us at (425) 470-6145.