Ashley Benton + Christopher Lee Gilmer 2019 Virtual Tour

The surreal figurative works by Ashley Benton and Christopher Lee Gilmer hover between realities. Both artists' work addresses interpersonal relationships and the fractures of individual realities. Gilmer's paintings also point to man's broken relationship to the environment. Filled with symbolism, ...   read full post »

posted on 12/10/2019


Joseph Janson 2019 Virtual Tour

Walking through Janson's show is like walking through a line drawing. His wire sculptures ebb and flow like marks on a page to create the human form. It's interesting what few lines come together to form an eye or an ear or a hand. Unexpectedly, the figures inspire compassion-compassion for our simp...   read full post »

posted on 11/1/2019


Will Klemm: Box of Light Virtual Tour

It is always a treasure to have a show with Will Klemm. The longest standing artist on our roster, we have hosted dozens of shows for Will and each show improves upon the last, strengthening the inner light he captures in our day to day landscape. "The Klemm Glow" as many collectors call it, is one ...   read full post »

posted on 10/8/2019


Sarah Ferguson: Cynosures - a virtual tour

Sarah created an immersive experience with this show. The first room is warm, reminescent of the extroverted energy and passion of youth. The paintings transition into the cool room, one of calm introspection. Sarah thinks of this series as a cycle, with the painting "Eve" being the catalyst between...   read full post »

posted on 9/18/2019


America Martin 2019 | Virtual Tour

America's 7th solo show at the gallery includes sculpture for the first time. The steel pieces are a nice complement to her large canvas works, exhibiting the artists masterful line in three dimensions. Line is also king (or queen) in her black and white still life works on paper. America is able to...   read full post »

posted on 8/6/2019


Miscellanea: Still Lifes by Karaus, Kiche and Smith | Virtual Tour

This show includes three stlll life artists, each with a different technique. It is fascinating to see how objects can be recognizably rendered in seperate ways. The looseness of MaryBeth Karaus' brushwork next to the unbelievabel tightness of James Andrew Smith's work brings forward how technique c...   read full post »

posted on 7/5/2019


Patrick Puckett | 2019 Virtual Tour

Puckett's new body of work skillfully layers color and composition to create depth on a two-dimensional plane. An intersection of lines or two colors laid side by side seem to vibrate and stretch space. The eyes of his subjects extend their gazes off the canvas straight to the viewer. Their undeniab...   read full post »

posted on 6/4/2019

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