Currently on View | TUFT LOVE | A Solo Exhibition by Leah Gosciejew


June 22 - September 22, 2024


Leah Gosciejew (Hi Cutie)

Opening Reception: Saturday July 13, 2024 | 4 - 6 PM

Gacha Gallery is thrilled to announce the opening of TUFT LOVE, a captivating solo exhibition by Leah Gosciejew. We invite all art enthusiasts to join us at the opening reception to view the art in-person.

Gosciejew presents a body of work comprised of of tufted wall hanging, coasters and rugs. This exhibition is a delightful fusion of vibrant colors and the soft, tactile nature of tufted goods. Each piece is designed to bring a burst of energy and a touch of playful charm to any space. Her creations are not just decorative items but lively additions that transform interiors with their fresh, fluffy, and distinctly funky vibe.

Leah's unique approach to rug making and textile art results in pieces that are as comforting as they are visually striking. From whimsical coasters to bold wall hangings, every item is crafted with meticulous attention to detail and a deep love for the craft.

Leah Gosciejew (Hi Cutie) is a queer, self-taught rug maker from Lakewood, Ohio. She combines her love of color with the softness of tufted goods to create textural pieces that liven up any home. As a self-taught artist, Leah's journey is a testament to her passion and dedication to her craft. Her work is completely handmade in her Cleveland studio, where she transforms raw materials into phenomenal works of art.

About Gacha Gallery: Nestled in the heart of Hatboro, PA, Gacha Gallery is a vibrant art gallery and collective that champions artists influenced by Japanese culture, anime, and the kawaii (or cute) aesthetic. With a commitment to nurturing talent, Gacha Gallery unveils a fresh exhibition every three months, spotlighting the innovative work of both local and national artists. Additionally, our gallery has a curated retail space dedicated to the unique creations of small, independent artists and designers. The gallery’s name originates from our signature Japanese Gachapon Machines (Toy Capsule Machines) which dispense an eclectic mix of artist-crafted treasures and authentic Japanese imports, offering visitors a tangible piece of the gallery's experience to take home.

For all inquires, please contact us at or +1 215-323-4121.