One of the largest collections of locally-painted artwork and handcrafted sculpture for sale on Bermuda is shown here. But stop by even if you’re not in the market for  Bermudiana because you’ll not only get to see some lovely art, but also the creators at work. Every day, local artisans paint, weave, and sculpt in three open art studios here. Exhibits change about every four to six weeks, but you can expect works from dozens of local artists (including Graham Foster, the acclaimed Bermudian artist who painted The Hall of History, a 1,000-square-foot wall mural that hangs in the National Museum of Bermuda across the street).