“The last thing I want to do is to make this a pretentious, expensive place,” saidowner Julie Brooks.
She envisions Gaga as a “neighborhood art store” and has always tried hard to “have a price range.”
On this given week Brooks is featuring funky necklaces, at $30 a piece; cheerful wooden ornaments for $15; Swampscott picture books, $20; books by local authors; a bicycle by ceramic artist Bradley Backer for $75; as well as individually crafted wooden deck railing ornaments for $150.
This amidst a sparkling high-end glass covered table by Miriam Kaye and pastels by Pauline Webber.
Brooks is constantly replenishing her merchandise. Stop in to see what is new in the store.