How long will it take to get my purchase?
Most of our shows are “live”; they are on our walls for a month. Normally, your purchase will ship after the second Saturday of the following month. However, we will be in touch with the ship date so you know when to expect arrival. Please keep this in mind if you’re purchasing for a birthday or something of those sorts, let us know and we will try to work with you on timing!
Can I return my purchase?
We don’t sell artwork that we do not stand behind. We hope that you love your new artwork but if there is any reason that you’re not happy with your purchase, we need to hear from you within 2 days of delivery. You can email us, ForageSpace@gmail.com, and we’ll work it out.
What shipping carriers do you use?
We normally use USPS unless you need faster delivery or if it’s a larger piece. Tracking is a must no matter who the carrier is. Sometimes, if you live close enough, we’ll deliver a large piece for you. Especially if it’s from our wood collection like an 8 foot table (coming soon). Imagine the shipping on that beast.
Can I make a payment plan?
YES! At check out, you have an option to pick a payment plan or check out. Once you click on split payment, you can pick up to 4 weeks to pay. You are in control with how much you spend each week by setting up each payment; click save and you will see each payment broken down. Click on your first payment code to make a deposit and you will receive a weekly reminder until the art is paid! If you need help or have any questions, please contact us. We will be happy to help.
Why did you pick Narrowsburg, NY for an art gallery?
We were an art gallery in Philadelphia for 6 years and were ready for the hustle and bustle of a small town. Narrowsburg is the slower life we were looking for but we’re also lucky that many folks visit our new town and surrounding areas with festivals and farmers markets that bring even more people to our small little corner of the world.
Our building's history.
Words from Tusten Historical Society: The original Rasmussen Furniture Store & Funeral Business. Although it is not known exactly when the building was erected, it is known that the Charles Williams family occupied a residence there in 1866. In August of that year a locomotive struck several wooden tank cars filled with kerosene oil parked on the side above the home. The resulting conflagration killed Mr. Williams and his two young daughters as they tried to escape the flames.
By 1872, the home had been rebuilt and was occupied by John I. Baird, who was a wagon and sleigh maker with a shop on the property, as well as a small furniture business. He was an undertaker and also served as an agent for the Cooperative Union Benefit Company of Middleton, NY.
In 1898, Mr. Baird sold his funeral business to N.P. Rasmussen, a Danish immigrant who was also a wagon maker. Shortly thereafter, Rasmussen became a licensed embalmer, one of the first in the region, and built his own horse drawn hearse. In 1905, Mr. Baird sold his furniture to Mr. Rasmussen and moved from the area. The Rasmussen family remained at that location until 1926.