Gaslight Gallery features contemporary art in an antique space. Established artists exhibit solo shows, which rotate every few months.
The famous Gaslight House in Frederick, MD has a new life, this time as the Gaslight Gallery. The 1810-era formal parlor of the historically significant building provides a spectacular gallery space. The space is gorgeous with impressive antique windows and glowing natural light. The grand front parlor has been meticulously restored by the previous owners with tall ceilings, antique picture moulding, spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows and crystal chandelier. It’s a lovely space for solo art shows.
Gaslight Gallery features solo exhibitions with recognized contemporary artists from across America as well as international artists. Solo shows change out regularly, in keeping with Downtown Frederick's monthly First Saturday events.
About the Founder
Cynthia Scott is a military nomad both as a child and adult. She has now settled in Frederick, MD as a working artist and co-owner of 3 Roads Communications. A retired U.S. Air Force Lt.Col., Cynthia is an award-winning visual communication strategist with specialized expertise in TV production and distribution. She co-owned and operated a seasonal art gallery on Cape Cod from 1996 – 2002. Recently completing her MFA in Visual Art at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, she continues a lifelong practice of creating and exhibiting her art work.