Tyger Tyger Gallery is a woman-owned and led gallery committed to exhibiting emerging
and established regional, national, and international artists, with an emphasis on those who
have been traditionally marginalized in the art world. The name Tyger Tyger comes from
William Blake’s “The Tyger” from his “Songs of Innocence and Experience,” published in the
late 18th century and one of the best-known poems of the romantic period. Tyger Tyger
Gallery is located in a recently renovated, 5,000 square foot space in Riverview Station, 191
Lyman Street. Founding Director Mira Gerard, Associate Director Melissa Crouch, and
Gallery Manager Nora Hartlaub bring their collective and significant experience in the arts
to this endeavor.