Short North’s oldest art gallery closing up

The oldest art gallery in the Short North will be closing after 38 years. pm gallery will be closing their brick-and-mortar at 1190 N High St, Columbus and will relocate to Florida to pursue online business only.

pm gallery’s first location was at Buttles and N. High where they anchored the south end of 32 years as one of the two galleries that started Gallery Hop. They moved to their current location six years ago.

“A combination of economic challenges, neighborhood changes and personal issues combined to make this the best time for us to retire,” says owner Maria Galloway. “We have loved our time here, making a difference in the neighborhood and in the city. We will miss that challenge, but hope to start a new chapter, shaking it up in the Long South.”

The gallery has already started a retirement sale, which will go through the end of May or June.

Read about Galloway’s issues with the Short North Arts District here.


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