Exhibitions

Luis Cruz Azaceta

Luis Cruz Azaceta began the series “Shifting States” about a year ago in response to the rapid state of change occurring in the world at large. Amid climatic change, collapsing economies, greed, war and revolution, individual citizens are rising against political, economic and social injustices. In this, Azaceta finds courage, faith and innovation mapping a new terrain. He confronts this process of shift in his work, which reflects his signature bright colored abstraction and figuration. Read More

Ted Kincaid

Ted Kincaid’s work explores the fusion of multiple artistic media, including painting and photography. His digital images embrace qualities and challenge traditions of each, resulting in paintings informed by photography and photography influenced by painting. Read More

James Drake

Drake’s recent "White Cut-Outs" are studies in composition and subtraction. The artist creates them by cutting the paper with an X-Acto blade. The elegant works are the product of complicated fabrication and technical expertise. Their impact is related to both the shadows they cast and their drawn line. The tone of Drake’s “Red Drawings” is complicated and political. The intensity and saturation of red chalk infuses the drawings with a different line and character. Read More

Various Artists

Common Ground. Curated by Jim Richard. Opening reception in conjunction with White Linen Night, August 6th from 6–9pm. Read More

James Barsness - Hanuman's Rescue

James Barsness

James Barsness is drawn to the world of fantastic imagery. His paintings explore the possibilities of multiple simultaneous narratives that can be quite complex. Read More

Troy Dugas - St. Jerome

Troy Dugas

Using vintage and well-known consumer product labels, Troy Dugas assembles intricately designed, geometric constructions. Read More

Ida Kohlmeyer - Duolith #2

Ida Kohlmeyer

This selection of paintings and sculpture from Ida Kohlmeyer’s estate span almost 40 years of the artist’s career and represent several shifts in her style. Read More

David Halliday

In this exhibition, David Halliday presents photographs that appear visually brighter and lighter in energy than his more intimate and formal sepia-toned photographs. Read More

Lesley Dill - Hell Hell Hell / Heaven Heaven Heaven: Sister Gertrude Morgan

Lesley Dill

Lesley Dill’s exhibition encounters and is inspired by the life of the late Sister Gertrude Morgan. The entire space is designed as a progressive story vibrating between heaven and hell. Read More

Bunny Matthews - My Muse

Bunny Matthews

This exhibition includes a series of drawings based on African-American themes, including provocative reinterpretations of famous works by other artists. Read More