The New Broadway Gallery Online – Now on Facebook Marketplace!
Ever since the announcement was made to stay home, it’s been clear that Broadway Gallery would need to make some changes to the way business is conducted. “We’ve realized we need a way to reach those who are either quarantined or uncertain about whether or not we’re even open given the circumstances,” gallery owner Barry Broadway tells us in a recent interview.
After some thought, Broadway Gallery Online was born. “We’ve decided to create a new experience for customers craving the arts but unable to leave their home. One of the things people want right now is something new and refreshing to look at,” Barry says. “Art has brought people together as a form of expression and communication since the beginning of time. As the world evolves, our business must evolve too.”
We’ve made it as easy as possible for anyone interested in making a purchase. All you have to do is click through view the artwork on Facebook marketplace, message us and we’ll arrange for FREE delivery or curbside pickup — it’s your choice!
As such, Broadway Gallery is announcing the opening of its online doors through Facebook Marketplace where customers can view new works of art and even make purchases without leaving their home. Barry continues, “Every other week we’ll be featuring an artist from our gallery with an option to purchase their works through Facebook Marketplace. All you have to do is send us a message over Facebook, or even email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your interest and we’ll complete the sale online through Facebook, email, or in person – whatever your preferred method of shopping is. We’re also offering free delivery on any and all artwork for sale, but if you’re itching to leave the house, you’re more than welcome to come pick up your new piece curbside at either one of our convenient locations in Great Falls or Alexandria.
What more could any art lover ask for during these uncertain times? “The online gallery is not only important for our clientele, but for the local economy as well. We’ve already seen the massive economic impacts of this crisis and the only way to get through it is to move onward with new ideas,” Barry says.