Monday, July 13, 2020

Branston’s Methodist Chapel becomes new gallery

Dating back to 1885, The Old Methodist Chapel in Branston has become home to four incredibly good friends who share a commitment to its conservation while having a vision to bring it back to life through their collective creativity and passion for the arts and decorative interiors.

The group decided to create Elysium Gallery in the Chapel, which has become the setting for a fantastic, eclectic collection of contemporary and period art. Marlene Robottom DBE Director says, “There can be no better place than the Chapel, with its unique character and personality, to browse the exceptional pieces carefully chosen for those looking for high quality items to enhance their home. If it’s the ‘wow’ factor you’re looking, for then you are in for a treat.”

Elysium Gallery products are unique – The gallery has wonderful art collections from around the world, including exquisite paintings of mixed styles and media, and incredible pieces in bronze, wood, glass, ceramics and marble. These are perfectly complemented by a sensational range of period pieces and sculptures.

What makes Elysium Gallery so different? – The gallery aims to present unique pieces, which can be combined to create attractive eye-catching interiors that are uniquely individual to each person’s taste and style. Whatever it is your looking for, traditional or contemporary, the gallery can find the perfect item for you.

An eclectic collection of fine quality artwork and period pieces, tastefully presented in a contemporary, open plan gallery, Elysium Gallery provides a varied collection of modern and classical works in a wide range of mediums, from woods, metals, marble and stone, to bronze, ceramics, glass and many more.

To find out more, visit www.elysiumgallery.co.uk


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