This unique 1888 building was purchased and historically restored by artist Janet Powers and her husband Paul Stanton in 1999. The building was the first Edo Miller funeral home, evolving from a place of mourning to a gallery for the celebration of fine art. It boasts of old world charm at every inch of the space.

Located in historic downtown Brunswick the Gallery on Newcastle showcases Janet's work, which includes lush oil landscapes of the local salt marsh, as well as 18 other well-known artists from the Southeastern U.S. To compliment the art are artifacts and antiques from China, Indonesia, and Mexico.

                           

This gallery is a 'must see'. It houses one of the area's finest collections of fine art in an atmosphere of casual warmth and old world charm.

Open Wednesday-Saturday 11am-5pm. You may also make an appointment to visit the gallery during off hours by calling Janet at (912) 466-9791.

NEW: To see more of Janet Powers' original oil landscapes and still lifes, and to get information on her coffee table book go to:

www.janetpowers-artist.com