The Servello Gallery of Art, 1302 11th Ave., has reopened for business under the ownership of Bill Moffitt.
Moffitt, who founded the gallery with Joe Servello 10 years ago, said in January that he planned to close the gallery by the end of February because of declining business.
Moffitt said the business actually stayed open until April, when it closed for only two weeks and then reopened Monday.
"We are back in business; it just happened. We had sold most of our inventory before closing. We are looking forward to getting back on track," Moffitt said. "We are hoping we can re-establish some business and make some money."
In addition to Joe Servello's art work, the reopened gallery features Vintage Racks, the work of Bryan Daniels and Michael Koehle, who have created unique and functional art for the home and office.
Featured among the art work are unique wine racks which have been handmade using recycled materials whenever possible, Moffitt said.
The gallery also features a new exhibit by Servello in which he displays 19 woodcuts with a variety of famous people, places and things.
Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.