Bonnie Grossman has been collecting tramp art, kitchen utensils, walking sticks, and other craft and folk art for more than 30 years. In fact, she acquired so much that she founded a public gallery in a residential area of Berkeley in order to share her collection with others.

Her home-turned-gallery, The Ames Gallery, primarily exhibits pieces by self-taught or outsider artists, as well as folk art and Americana. Grossman gives Spark a tour of her space highlighting some of her favorite pieces.

The Ames Gallery 19 January,2016Spark

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