Palette Art Studio, which teaches a variety of classes in addition to being a gallery space, has opened in Woodbridge, thanks to a deal brokered by Levey Miller Maretz.
The business, which has operated a Cheshire location under the same name for 19 years, has opened its second site at 245 Bradley Road, Suite 109.
The studio leased the 1,300-square-foot space from Research Development at Bradley Rd. LLC. Jeremy Rosner and Diane Urbano, both of Levey Miller Maretz, represented both parties in the deal.
Palette art studio is owned by Vasilisa Romanenko and her mother Natasha Piskunova, both natives of Russia with backgrounds in art.
It specializes mainly in ongoing classes for adults, including foundations of painting and drawing. It also offers shorter, 10-week class sessions as well as one-time workshops, according to Romanenko. Beginning in February, Palette will offer classes to children ages four and older, she said.
The owners are eager to be in Woodbridge, Romanenko said.
“We like the community,” she said. “It’s a nice, family oriented town and there’s no art studio like this here.”
Palette Art Studio will host an opening reception and art show, which is open to the public, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Jan. 22.