01:19AM, Thursday 02 May 2013
Windsor's newest art gallery has been formally opened by the mayor.
The Gallery at Ice in High Street specialises in contemporary art - paintings, photography and sculpture by artists like Banksy, Emin and Hirst.
It all began when the Ice agency, which specialises in helping companies promote their brands, moved its offices into Windsor last year.
Agency MD John Palmer said: "We wanted to use our reception area to bring something special to the town as the building is so beautiful. So a gallery seemed just the thing."
Micky Middleton is the gallery's director, responsible for making it a prime location for art lovers in the town.
The Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead Cllr Colin Rayner formally opened the new gallery on Thursday.
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