Upcoming Exhibitions

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Current Exhibit

Kerry Hirth

4/29/2015 to 5/23/2015

Join us for our Opening 

Friday, May 1  from 6-9 pm

Hollow Lands and Hilly Lands is an exhibit of artwork merging the experience of creating and perceiving patterns of music with other significant life experiences, and in that way, perhaps, providing a testament to the source of music.

W. B. Yeats

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Current Exhibit

Kina Bagovska

4/29/2015 to 5/23/2015

Join us for our Opening 

Friday, May 1  from 6-9 pm

As an artist in residence a year ago, Kina Bagvoska accidentally found  ancient stones in the medieval city of Auzits, France. It led her to paint forty ritual figures on stones completely in contrast to the figures she painted on raw silk. Silk or stone, paper or canvas, these media for expression are like platforms of discussion, which ask the questions and search for responses to imbue the matter with insight and spiritual substance. In this exhibit, Lost and Found: as a metaphor of life, she often combines elements of ancient historical layers and turns them into ? ritual with a new meaning.

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Current Exhibit

Kenneth Don

4/29/2015 to 5/23/2015

Join us for our Opening 

Friday, May 1  from 6-9 pm

Film photographer, Kenneth Don, has spent most of his life living the visual and emotional impact of agriculture and dust storms of West Texas along with a deep family connection. Always camera-in-hand, Don shoots film with a passion and desire for the art of photography and the beauty of life. Acutely aware of his surroundings, he conveys, through this photographic expression, his world and his emotions during this journey.

In his exhibit, Transcending the Realm of One-Dimensional Thinking, his images depict the state of mind and the language of his emotions. Every image is a self portrait. The composition of his artwork comes from psychological and physical extremes and conditions that play on every human sense and evoke a visual and cerebral language.These images are captured in a straightforward manner, there's no contrived theme, there's no documentary and there's no planning-- they are not about conveying the literal truth of the subject, but more the personal interpretation of the subject.