Jen Garrido: Virtual Tour

Jen Garrido's work fills the gallery with a light, playful and yet soothing energy. The negative space in her work feels fresh, her gesture loose but practiced. Spry is a word that comes to mind. Garrido obviously has years of experience under each brushstroke but each touch of watercolor, ink or go...   read full post »

posted on 2/6/2017


Studio Visit with Holly Wilson

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posted on 1/27/2017


Mallory Page: Unexplained Celebration - Virtual Tour

This show slows you down as soon as you walk in the door. It allows you to breath deeply and clear your mind. The scale of Mallory's paintings greets you with a strong silent presence and her endless acrylic washes on their surfaces pull you in....   read full post »

posted on 1/13/2017


Elizabeth Chapin: Careful/Uncareful Virtual Tour

We had a packed house for a packed show Saturday night. Elizabeth's larger than life paintings heavily anchor each wall with a combination of grace, innocence, wisdom, humor and love. In combination with penetrating gazes, her use of color and pattern envelop the viewer again and again. They have a ...   read full post »

posted on 12/6/2016


Elizabeth Chapin's Artist Talk

Elizabeth Chapin gave a heartfelt artist talk on Thursday, December 1st. We are happy to have it captured on video here, as it is a pleasure to see and hear the artist speak about her practice in such a coherent, intelligent and honest manner....   view video »

posted on 12/3/2016


Sara and Shane Scribner: The Nature of Memories | Virtual Tour

It's always fun to have Sara and Shane Scribner in the gallery. Married and working side by side, their technique and focus on the female figure is closely tied. However, their choice in how to approach the female figure is very different. Sara uses the female figure in a magic realism setting, evok...   read full post »

posted on 11/8/2016


Carol Dawson | Eye to Eye, The Private Lives of Birds | Virtual Tour

Dawson's larger than life birds fill the show rooms with personality and presence. Many of her pieces are making eye contact with the viewer, causing a one on one relationship that we humans rarely let ourselves encounter with these creatures. The result is a bit off-putting and comforting at the sa...   read full post »

posted on 10/24/2016

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