Art and wares enthusiasts will be able to venture to the Corner Store Gallery as it reopens to the public on June 3.
Gallery owner Madi Young said although she has enjoyed the time the store has been closed, the opening comes at a good time.
"There is currently a series of paintings for an ABSTRACT exhibition on the walls, with a third of the artwork already sold," she said.
"I will be changing up the business model to have a continuous rolling collection of work, special pop-up events, exhibitions and will continue to upload virtual tours and photos to social media."
Ms Young said she is looking ahead to two other exhibitions and pop-ups in the lead up to the gallery's sixth anniversary.
"The Journey Person Handmade Popup will kick off at the end of July and will feature a variety of local artisans designers items including candles, jewellery, art and textiles," she said.
"We are also calling out for artists to feature their work in a HOME during the Coronavirus epidemic exhibition which is about people's lives during forced lockdowns, quarantine and isolation rules and what homes means to them."
There is a size limit of 1m squared maximum per artwork, artists may submit up to 3 works each and entries close on July 24.
As Ms Young returns to work, she said anyone who has flu like symptoms must refrain from entering the gallery.
"I'll have a santisation station available upon entry and ask people not to touch the artwork on display," she said.
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