One of the newer additions to Easton's art community is also one of the least visible.
You won't find it on Third or Northampton, but tucked away on Sitgreaves Street, inside the garage of Minni Santilli and Tom D'Angelo.
"We don't consider it a gallery," Santilli said of "Our Garage Space," which held its first show last year.
Its origins were simple, Santilli and a friend sitting in the garage.
"He said 'You've got a really great space,'" she recalled.
Don't think of a standard two-car garage. It's a deep building, with exposed brick walls hung with paintings.
"To me, I like this space just because it's unique, it's different," Santilli said. "If we were to move out and rent a gallery, I would decorate the interior to match this style."
It's a low-key set-up; shows tend not be be based around a specific theme. A past exhibit was called "The Future is Female." True, all of the artists were women, but the name itself was plucked from the movie Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, where that phrase appears as a bit of graffiti.
And a lot of the advertising and promotion they've done has been via word of mouth. It appears to be working; recently, Santilli and D'Angelo overheard a conversation between two men walking by the garage late at night.
"'Yeah, the people who live here, they open up their garage, and they have a gallery here,'" Santilli recalled.
For the next few weeks, Our Garage Space will be showing its current exhibition, "The Big Think," showcasing works by local artists Matt Nixon, Dan Danneker, Rich Cahill, Zac Potterfield, and D'Angelo himself. The next show will open July 21.
Santilli and D'Angelo regularly post their hours on Our Garage Space's Facebook page; this week, they'll be open from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, and 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.