About Us


In October of 2012, we opened the door to Mala Galleria, located in the center of beautiful historic Kennett Square, the Mushroom Capitol of the world. We decided to join the other merchants and help create the perfect little town in America! Named "Best Gallery for the Community Minded" by Mainline Today in 2013, Mala Galleria is proud to feature work by local, national, and international artists and craftspeople.


Zvezdana Stojanovic Scott, known to many as Stella, has resided in the United States since 1996. She has recently relocated to Kennett Square, after living in Washington, DC for the eight years. A native of Republic of Serbia, Stella runs a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, where she is involved in organizing many humanitarian projects to help the Serbian people worldwide, as well as promoting Serbian cultural events, including independent film festivals, theater shows, and art exhibits.


The word “Mala” comes from the Serbian language, and means “Small”. The idea of Mala Galleria was to collect works from artists around the world and provide an opportunity for this art to be displayed where it would otherwise never be seen.  Immerse yourself in a different viewpoint of the world, seen through the eyes of artists over 6000 miles away.

Special Events & News

December's First Friday Show

Our Brandywine Roots

featuring works by Mark Dance and Karl Kuerner

Opening reception

Friday, December 1, 2017 6-9pm

Mala Galleria and artist Roberta Little are leading the way in Thank you Project Kennett Square!


On March 18, we are launching a movement of gratitude in Historic Kennett Square. We are encouraging everyone to participate in Thank You Project Kennett Square. It is simple, costs nothing, and your expression of gratitude will be posted publicly!  Let’s prove gratitude mushrooms in our community. If we work together, the Borough of Historic Kennett Square may garner attention as the birthplace of Thank You Project.


How to Participate:


1.Arrange products or objects to spell the words“ Thank You” Examples: candy, pens, clothing, scarves, napkins, flowers, shoes, business cards, etc.


2. Take a photo of your design and post to social media.


3. Share and tag your photo with Thank You Project on Facebook and Instagram (Thankyouproject1)



Want to know what it's like inside the gallery? Take a virtual tour!


Hours of Operation

Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 6pm

Other times by appointment





Take I-95 South to Route 322 West (Exit 3A) to Route 1 South. Pass Longwood Gardens and then take the first Kennett Square exit (State Street). After passing the library, look for Mala Galleria on your left.



Take I-95 North, cross the Susquehanna River, go through one toll, and immediately take the exit for Route 222 . Turn right onto Route 222 which becomes Route 275.  Make a right turn onto Route 276. Take Route 276 to Route 1 North into Pennsylvania. Exit at Route 82 - Kennett Square. Turn right onto North Union Street. The first traffic light will be at N. Union and State Streets. Mala Galleria is located on your next to the Kennett Square library, in the historic American Legion building.

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Parking Meters are enforced Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Federal Holidays. Parking at meters are free on Sundays and parking in the garage and surface lots will remain free on weekends. Meters are limited to 3 hours, 6 hours and 15 minutes and are located along various streets and on the first level of the Parking Garage-refer to the map below.


The cost is 25 cents for 20 minutes. All meters accept quarters, dimes, and nickels.


Save on Parking by using Tokens and Smart Cards!


Tokens - 1 Token for 20 minutes (sold only in bags of 100 for $20.00 - Savings of 5 Cents per 20 minutes)


Smart Cards - User Friendly - $16.00 for over 26 Hours of parking (also available in larger denominations) Tokens and Smart Cards can be purchased at the Borough Hall, 120 Marshall Street.


200 East State Street Kennett Square, PA 19348

telephone 202.591.6548


Copyright 2017, Mala Galleria