Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio is excited to announce that it will begin welcoming clients to its expanded facilities on October 29th, 2014. Gratz Gallery’s new home will be located on a rambling ten acre farm right outside of Doylestown. Perhaps most exciting, for the first time in its thirty year history, the gallery will be able to offer its clients a chance to visit the conservation studio. This will allow customers to see painting transformations firsthand as they are taking place. The expanded gallery space will allow us to exhibit a larger number of paintings, and provide a more intimate viewing atmosphere for patrons.
“Our years in Doylestown’s Historic District have been wonderful, and we will always recall them fondly. Since we opened Gratz Gallery in New Hope, we have long hoped of moving the gallery to a space where it can exist side-by-side with the Conservation Studio. Conservation is such an important part of our business, and having the two halves of Gratz Gallery available for our clients is a longtime dream fulfilled”, states Paul Gratz, owner and head conservator of Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio. Paul continues, “We are looking forward to having a more exclusive venue for our collectors and clients. The new location is set away from the commotion of town and is very accessible with ample parking.”
In an effort to thank clients for years of loyal patronage, the gallery is currently hosting a Relocation Sale at the current downtown Doylestown gallery location now through October 29th. Looking to begin buying fine art or add to an established collection? This Relocation Sale features artwork by some of the area’s most sought after artists, as well as painters from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia Ten and various other art schools and colonies across the country. If a particular painting of interest isn’t in the gallery, let the gallery know; special pricing is offered on all inventory.
Gratz Gallery’s new location will be less than ten minutes north of Doylestown Borough off of Route 611 at 5230 Silo Hill Road, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18902. The gallery will retain its current hours and contact information. Our new location will provide generous parking without the stress associated with downtown traffic. The new gallery has been fitted with an innovative state-of-the-art LED lighting system. We will continue to offer the area’s finest quality framing, conservation services and independent fine art appraisals.