On a cloudy day this past week, my husband and I decided to check out the galleries along the Main Street of Chatham. The very first we came upon was Gallery Antonia in the center of town. Immediately upon arriving we were warmly greeted by Domonic Boreffi, who engaged us in friendly conversation as we perused the art. The collection he's put together is diverse and stunning and as we approached the work of another artist he graciously told us a bit about him/her. He even showed us how some pieces change their appearance when lights are dimmed. I'd definitely describe our visit was interactive and thoroughly enjoyable. Domonic also encouraged us to seek out the galleries at the far end of Main Street that we might overlook, demonstrating to us that the art community in this small Cape Cod town is just that - a community rather than a competitive market place - I can't tell you how refreshing that was. Even if you're not "in the market" for art, stop by this gallery to enjoy the diverse collection of art as well as its very friendly curator.
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