Gyeyosi ज्ञेयोसि -

"You can be known."

Established in 2017, Gyeyosi Gallery is an Independent online art gallery. Founded by the In-house Art Curator, 
Rosalind Sandhu.

With a BA in Visual Theories, an MA in Contemporary Curating and with over 13 years experience, Rosalind is an Independent Art Curator. Her drive was to set up Gyeyosi to support artists from smaller areas outside of the big cities. Staffordshire became the focus for this platform, so as well as providing online presence for undergraduate, mid career and established artists, Gyeyosi provides art curation services too. 

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What We Do!

Our exhibitions

have been held in both gallery and professional spaces celebrating the artists of the area by collaborating with local businesses. We bring art to the people in their local galleries, urban and public spaces, making art exhibitions accessible to all. Our exhibitions have been held at Stoke-on-Trent's 'The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery', Liverpool's 'Exchange Station', Bolton Gate Arts, Keele University and more!

Our curating packages

are new to 2022. We are now offering artists fantastic solo exhibition opportunities whose mediums range from painting, sculpture and prints!

Our artists

Gyeyosi encourages artists to work at their own pace enabling them to create original art works with freedom of expression to timescales which suits and supports the artists. We ensure artists receive exposure and recognition in what is a vast field in the art industry, through our online shop and sales facilities.

Our gifts

Was an opportunity to
engage with international art styles and with artists who are not from Staffordshire or British. We have a fine selection of carefully picked art works from around the world and the UK making Gyeyosi Gifts original and beautiful pieces which you can treat your friends and family to. A great idea for birthdays, weddings and any celebratory occasion in which art would make a unique and special gift for your loved ones.

Our philosophy

Gyeyosi is passionate about community arts, working to bring art to the wider public, not just in gallery spaces but in urban and unconventional spaces too. We want art to be accessible to everybody, in a variety of spaces to people of ALL ages, cultures and work backgrounds. We aim to put art back on the agenda for cultural and creative importance and to bring art as a topic of discussion, debate and contemplation.