This is a small city gallery tucked away in an interesting complex of commercial galleries, design studios, architects' offices and the like called Bergamot Station, which is a converted trolly station. The show we saw was by avant-garde ceramist Beatrice Wood, who was as fascinating as her art. If the gallery's handling of the Wood show is any evidence, the gallery is well worth a visit no matter whose work is featured. There is a small cafe in the station complex with good food and reasonable prices and some other, equally engaging galleries to visit.
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