Ian Shults: You Should Smile, Darlin - Virtual Tour

In his most ambitious work to date, Shults challenges himself and the viewer to examine objectivity and the male gaze....   read full post »

posted on 2/4/2019


Video of Julie Maren's Process

Great short video of Julie Maren installing one of her bur acorn and mixed media installations. This one is going in a stairwell!...   view video »

posted on 1/24/2019


Eliza Thomas: Seeing Through Darkness | Virtual Tour

Inspired by the graceful decay of flora, Eliza shares with us the beauty that can be found in all things. This show, titled "Seeing Through Darkness", is peaceful and introspective. ...   read full post »

posted on 1/9/2019


Patrick Puckett's Baby on the Way Sale January 2019

25% off all of Patrick Puckett's inventory to help them prepare for their first child! Ends Jan. 31, 2019. View available pieces here.
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posted on 1/8/2019


Priscilla Ronbinson: Water and Fire Virtual Tour

Priscilla has created a calming, ethereal show. Her handmade paper pieces contain added elements- thread, glass, metal leaf- that one discovers quietly. These touches show Priscilla's fascination with material and process. The scale of the works in this show is equally impressive, as each piece of t...   read full post »

posted on 12/6/2018


Nola Parker Virtual Tour

Nola Parker's work subtly hints at the struggle between city and nature. Will one overgrow the other? Her bright urban landscapes explore this serious intersection with positivity and playfulness....   read full post »

posted on 11/6/2018


Mia Carameros & Holly Wilson Group Show Virtual Tour

The work of Mia Carameros and Holly Wilson is at once delicate and strong. Small, seemingly fragile figures persist against the elements of their worlds. Both bodies of work pay homage to heritage and the story-telling of this strength. Wilson's sculptures recall myths and folk stories, Carameros' t...   read full post »

posted on 10/9/2018

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