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Moving On: Romula and Her Art Gallery

Moving sale at Romula Art Gallery

Having lived and worked in the North End for a very long time, Romula Savino has decided to pack up her art gallery at 27 Fleet Street and move to California. Before Fleet Street, Romula worked at former Friendly Framer “Che Bella Vita” at 347 Hanover Street. Many well wishers stopped by to pick up some closing bargains at Romula’s Art Gallery and to bid the artist farewell.

After the closing, the store was packed up and is now empty at 27 Fleet Street.

5 Replies to “Moving On: Romula and Her Art Gallery

  1. Thank you Romula for bringing such beautiful art to the North End, good luck on your future ventures! Soon to come is Christian Pleva Images to her same space to continue bringing beautiful art and images to the neighborhood! Hoping to open within the next couple weeks, come check out the amazing moments he is able to catch in photos!!!

  2. I am so sad to see Romula leave. Her family has had a business in this neighborhood for decades going back to the old Roman Hardware where the White Hen is now. She was a warm and generous person adn i will miss her and her store.

  3. Romula is a gem in the waterfront district of Rocky Neck in Gloucester. I feel blessed to know her. She sparkles a corner of East Gloucester next to the Mad Fish Grille this summer…I hope she stays! I love her work and soul!

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