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Two Top-Tier Galleries Join Forces to Provide Wider Exposure and Classes for Artists and Collectors
Sterling Fine Arts and Blue Dome Gallery

Blue Dome Gallery and Sterling Fine Art have recently announced a strategic partnership that will bring together two top-tier galleries, their artists, and respective collectors. This agreement will benefit both galleries and the artistic community of Silver City. Blue Dome Gallery, located at the Bear Mountain Lodge and Texas Street address, will welcome Sterling Fine Art (Miriam Hill) into their Texas Street space this month. This collaboration is exciting news for all involved, as it provides customers of Blue Dome Gallery exposure to a wider range of fine art and classes.

Sterling Fine Art will double its previous space, providing more exposure for its represented artists. The gallery will also conduct classes in watercolor and oil painting. Linda Brewer, owner of Blue Dome Gallery, expressed her excitement and pride in representing a diverse range of artists known for their excellent craftsmanship and style. Miriam Hill, owner of Sterling Fine Art, aims to provide both collectors and artists with access to the hidden gem of artistic talent in Silver City and to market their work to a wider audience.

Silver City is a vibrant and amazing community of artists, and this partnership between Blue Dome Gallery and Sterling Fine Art is a great step towards promoting and supporting the artistic talent in the area. Visitors and collectors alike will now have the opportunity to appreciate a wider range of fine art and participate in classes offered by both galleries.

Blue Dome Gallery can be reached at and 575-654-6155, while Sterling Fine Art can be reached at and 505-699-5005. Both galleries are proud to display artwork that reflects the care and creative force of the artists they represent, and they invite everyone to visit their galleries and experience the beauty of Silver City’s artistic talent.

The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Southwest Word Fiesta™ or its steering committee.

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