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Current Exhibitions


Tomatoes 1. Acrylic on canvas. 46" x  46"

Tomatoes 1. Acrylic on canvas. 46" x  46"

Lois Kampinsky

A Better Climate

Lois Kampinsky's exhibition features the sites of Spain experienced during her year there.   Bold colors and sharp line define the lively atmosphere in Barcelona and around Catalonia, from food, to architecture, to people. 

 

First Friday Reception: February 2,  6 - 8pm

Artist's Reception: February 10,  5 - 7pm

Artist's Talk: February 17,  4 - 6pm

 
Nicole Ida Fossi. Self, Directed. Oil on canvas. 40 in x 40 in

Nicole Ida Fossi. Self, Directed. Oil on canvas. 40 in x 40 in

Julie Koehler. Weightless. Photogram. 10 in x 8 in 

Julie Koehler. Weightless. Photogram. 10 in x 8 in 

 

Julie Koehler and Nicole Ida Fossi

High Contrast: A Fellowship Show

This exhibition features the work of Studio Gallery’s Fellowship Artists: Julie Koehler and Nicole Ida Fossi. Fossi’s oil paintings explore the effects of pose and body language, highlighting differences with contrasting color. Koehler’s photograms combine familiar and unfamiliar forms to create intricate images with a sense of mystery. Together, the work represents contrasts of medium, color, size, and subject, while being unified by a sense of exploration.

 

First Friday Reception: February 2,  6 - 8pm

Artist's Reception: February 10,  5 - 7pm

 
Roaming. Mixed media. 68" x 62" x 11" . 2017

Roaming. Mixed media. 68" x 62" x 11" . 2017

Jean Jinho Kim

The Space in Between

By starting with inorganic, man-made materials, I can imagine their potential to be reshaped and repurposed into dynamic forms. I use a combination of various objects that are common and familiar within a given space to create new arrangements transformed from static to transitional. Using identifiable objects creates a constant interaction between the separate pieces of the work and the final work itself.

 

First Friday Reception: February 2,  6 - 8pm

Artist's Reception: February 10,  5 - 7pm

Helicon. Acrylic on canvas. 2017

Helicon. Acrylic on canvas. 2017

Kiki McGrath

Helicon

Helicon: river, mountain and home to the Muses. Seamus Heaney’s poem inspired this series of abstract paintings made of poured, gestural layers of color and transparent washes on canvas.

Now, to pry into roots, to finger slime,
To stare, big-eyed Narcissus, into some spring
Is beneath all adult dignity. I rhyme
To see myself, to set the darkness echoing.

 

First Friday Reception: February 2,  6 - 8pm

Artist's Reception: February 10,  5 - 7pm

 

Garden Gallery

featuring

Jennifer Duncan. Leaves Fell. Mixed Medium on Canvas. 36" x 36". 2017

Jennifer Duncan. Leaves Fell. Mixed Medium on Canvas. 36" x 36". 2017

Joy Every. Winter Lake. Mixed Media on Wood. 14" x 14". 2017

Joy Every. Winter Lake. Mixed Media on Wood. 14" x 14". 2017

Jennifer Duncan & Joy Every

Natural Interpretations

In their first exhibit as new members of Studio Gallery, both Jennifer Duncan and Joy Every have selected work that features investigations into the way the artists see and absorb nature, whether as small as a plant, a bit of design in ice or as large as a sea or mountain scape. Their interpretations of these landscapes through use of color, size distortion, composition and exploration of materials showcases their unique visions of the nature at hand.

In her current mixed-media work, Joy starts each piece with a photographic snapshot, allowing her to play with the concepts of time and memory until the resulting mixed media imagery emerges as an idealized or metaphorical version of the landscape and its elements.

Jennifer uses a variety of water-media in an intuitive process to create color drenched explorations of the landscape and local flora and fauna. The resulting piece reflects both the forms of the natural world and the emotion elicited by her existence within it.

 

First Friday Reception: February 2,  6 - 8pm

Artist's Reception: February 10,  5 - 7pm