A timely career pivot for Suzanne Camarata Ball led to the creation of the Gallery at Flat Rock.
It has been a remarkably busy year for the Gallery at Flat Rock. From the February-March exhibit Life in Color: The Pardee Cancer Center Artists and May’s Art in Bloom: Fine Art Interpreted by Imaginative Floral Design, to artist Lucy Clark’s Sacred Ground: Bringing New Mexico Home in July and August and intimate presentations featuring artists discussing their work, each month so far has brought a unique, buzz-generating offering from the gallery.
“We often hear from visitors that the gallery has a great energy to it, and that with our diverse collection of art, there is something for everyone,” says Gallery at Flat Rock owner Suzanne Camarata Ball. “Local clients appreciate seeing fresh displays and changing exhibits on a regular basis. And the gallery’s success begins with the artists—we are fortunate to represent a group that is very dynamic. Not only are they fantastic artists, but they are engaged in their field. The artists have supported the gallery by being accessible to clients and involved in our exhibits and events.”
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