If it hadn't been for the previous review we would not have known that this place existed, even though we had walked past it half a dozen times.
The great thing is that not many other people know that it exists either, so we had the gallery to ourselves for most of our visit. That was good because you need to stand back and admire these works from a distance. Solitary contemplation allows you to explore the nuances and spot some of the smaller details.
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