The art gallery that Gary Nisbet plans to open today in Hingham Square, he said, will not be your quiet, staid, eye-rolling sort of place. Instead, it will be "loud and small," the artist said. "We're all about art tolerance - getting comfortable with it."
The Nisbet family - Gary, his wife, and their two children - moved to Hingham from Seattle three years ago. In that short time, he has made a name for himself around Hingham, first as the architect of last fall's "Art Walk," and then as the originator of the Plymouth River Elementary School's first "Art-a-Palooza."
Upcoming exhibits will include "The Fall Classic," a merging of baseball and art, followed in November by "Family Connect," a multigenerational show that will feature the work of some local artists whose parents made a name for themselves in the '50s and '60s.
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