Downtown Sudbury has a new art gallery. Nori Gallery opened recently at 76 Cedar St.
The gallery currently features the works of the owner Brian Nori and T. Hammond. The premiere exhibition offers a range of works that include the infusion of classical mediums with Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, NFT & Projection Mapping.
“I’m extremely excited to offer a space for the people of Sudbury to enjoy art,” said Brian Nori, owner of Nori Gallery and Paint Social, in a press release.
“I hope this gallery can be a staple in Sudbury for local emerging and established artists to show and sell their work. I’m thrilled to offer this space for art classes of all ages in the aim to inspire & fine tune a full spectrum of creative skills.
Sudbury has been struggling heavily through the pandemic to keep the doors of creative spaces open and alive, said a press release. The public, more than ever, is in need of safe spaces to explore while we swing in and out of lockdowns.
You’re invited to book a guided tour of the gallery. Walk-ins welcomed on weekends.