Current Exhibit:  




Works of Nature: Drawing Closer
by Danielle Joy Reynolds
July 1 – August 21, 2014
Reception: Wednesday, July 9, 4-6pm

This exhibit is a fusion of Reynolds’ nature photography, often from a macro-perspective, and her Moss Works pieces—symbols and images hand-stitched to canvas using moss as medium. As you view this exhibit the artist hopes you are drawn in to the intrigue, temporality, beauty, and fragility that is our living world so that we might reflect, re-discover, or even re-create our relationship with it.




Upcoming Exhibits:


Peter Maloney

Peter Maloney: AIRPORTERS “Sketches from the Road”
August 27 - October 16, 2014
Reception: Wednesday, August 27, 4-6 pm

Having been a professional drummer for over 20 years, Peter Maloney is familiar with airports. He is interested in the experiences of his fellow travelers, noting their emotionlessness, and feeling, in himself and his fellow airport-goers, a sense of purgatory while waiting to arrive at a destination. He didn’t set out to create this body of work, rather it results from drawings of what he saw and felt while being a drummer on tour. Like with music, Peter’s interest in drawing originates from an interest in rhythm; using feeling, what is in our souls, to communicate to the viewer or listener.




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