Upcoming Exhibitions

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Current Exhibit

Michele Stutts

9/3/2014 to 9/27/2014

Michele Stutts 

      Join us for our Opening
  Friday, Sept. 5 from 6-9 pm

For the first time in her 20 plus years as an artist, Stutts has left behind her usual hand-painted decorative marks that have been known to soften the edges of hard to digest subject matter. Instead, she has created a series of assemblage pieces for her upcoming show Beaudeadful that consists of found objects and animal remains. Whether forged by humans or born of nature, both media once had a purpose in life before being abandoned, or left to nature's tidings. Despite their course, each has retained its beauty, strength, and intricate form. Stutts' fascination with rescuing and combining objects that have unlikely and unnatural relationships with one another creates a new energy. Defining that energy is up to the eye of the beholder.

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Current Exhibit

Esther Murphy

9/3/2014 to 9/27/2014

Esther Murphy

     Join us for our Opening
  Friday, Sept. 5 from 6-9 pm 

Esther Murphy, a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, presents My Mirror, a photographic exhibition. The photographs presented in the exhibition depict a type of experience that is repeated, much like a recurring dream, wherein the interpretation changes at each recurrence. The titles are meant to imply narrative and evoke connotative meaning. The work explores the expansive qualities of interpretation and the derivation of meaning.

 

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Current Exhibit

Stanislav Grezdo

9/3/2014 to 9/27/2014

Stanislav Grezdo 

    Join us for our Opening
  Friday, Sept. 5 from 6-9 pm

When Grezdo came to the US, he was surprised by the American obsession with religion and also, ironically, with material things. He began to create works with the use of humor and irony, that are a commentary on this observation. Humor is an important part of his work, because humor can have a very serious meaning. Through the use of painting, stencils and screen printing, the works in his exhibit, In That I Trust, are a catalyst nudging the viewer into thinking about religion without taking sides "for" or "against".