Where is the fun? Are you a person that thinks “Finding the Fun at an Art Gallery” is an Oxymoron?  Would you rather scrape paint off of siding rather than spend an hour in an art muesum?  I completely understand because I would not want to give up my comfortable seat in front of my favorite TV show to venture into an art galleries unless I had my own watercolor paintings hanging on the wall.  As much as I love to see the variety of artwork, I feel intimidated  by the gaze of a gallery attendent who knows I probably could not purchase anything other than a note card.   Why Try? I feel bad that I am reluctant to go to galleries because as an artist, I am more interested in showing my watercolor paintings than selling them.  I don’t make art to be hidden away, I make art to unleash childlike wonder, stimulate curiousity, trigger a memory or spark joy in the Beholder.  So how do I convince you that visiting an art gallery is worth moving past your fears and finding the fun. Cheap source of entertainment: Generally art galleries are free.  You can see thousands of dollars