It was just a year ago that the unthinkable happened: a beautiful gallery space in Carmel, California, caught fire and much was lost. Since that fateful summer day, and after major renovations and remodels, they’re finally back home and ready to party.
We all have galleries that we love, like, and even some we, dislike — but regardless, no one ever wants to see a space for art, much less its contents, destroyed. Bill Hill’s New Masters Gallery is one we adore at Fine Art Today — and the news that it had caught fire in June 2015 was tragic, and depressing, to say the least.
Kevin Courter, “Evening’s Rest,” oil, 36 x 36 in. (c) New Masters Gallery 2016
Now the script has flipped, and we join in celebration with Bill Hill to announce the grand reopening of New Masters Gallery on July 8. Located in downtown Carmel, California, a Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony will commence on the July 8 at 5 p.m. The ceremony will kick off a weekend full of parties, music, and — of course — a beautiful remodeled space replete with outstanding art. July 9 will see the Grand Reopening Party with a special live demonstration from Kevin Courter between 4 and 7 p.m.
Congratulations and best wishes from Fine Art Today! To learn more, visit New Masters Gallery.
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