Gallery Antonia Shows Off New Space

Owner Domonic Boreffi is excited to show off his new space at Cornfield Plaza. He loves the natural light, abundance of parking and outdoor patio for people to spill out into and mingle during summer shows. “I didn’t have an outside space before,” says Boreffi. Previously located in the heart of historic Chatham, Gallery Antonia is set in a quieter section of town near home furnishing stores, architects and builders, more in line with the gallery’s latest focus: a design resource for homeowners. Boreffi, who also works as a home art consultant, describes his gallery as an eclectic collection of watercolors, acrylics, oils, pastels and sculptures. But most importantly, says Boreffi, his gallery represents many awarded and renowned artists, including oil painter Sue Gilkey and landscape artist Susan Hollis, both members of Boston’s prestigious Copley Society. To keep his inventory fresh and interesting, Boreffi says he juries many shows at the Creative Arts Center in Chatham and the Falmouth Artists Guild. “It gets you out of your day-to-day routine,” he says, “and exposes you to other artists.”

Gallery Antonia
1291 Main St., second level,