The Modernism Project Kim Rae Taylor July 2019 A selection of work from the 40 pieces in The Modernism Project on view in the Back Room Gallery for July. An accompanying booklet with biographical information for each woman portrayed will be available to view with the works. Artist Kim Rae Taylor painted a series of portraits documenting…

Stuck In The South Dorothy Janel Sutton May 2019 “Observe the life moving like a river around you… and realize that the images you make may become part of the collective history of the time that you are living in” -Eli Reed   Stuck is defined as unable to move or unable to progress. The…

April 2019

Les Derrieres Michelle Drummond April 2019   As the name translates, the “Backsides” or “Bottoms”, sustains itself as a symbol of culture, power, and beauty. Across sexualities, genders and preferences, the allure of the Backside to captivate an audience through movement and/or physical appearance contributed to the conception of this series. The extent of my…

February 23rd, 2019

Up & Down A Pop-Up Exhibition Happy Hour February 23rd, 2019 Arts Warehouse celebrated our 1 year anniversary with this exhibition. Over 70 artists brought work in to hang for the temporary Exhibition in the Back Room Gallery. We thanked our artist supporters by opening our walls to anyone who was interested in hanging work.

July 2018

Body Language Hana Davis July 2018 Hana is an abstract artist recognized by her figurative subject matter with active strokes of lines and colors. “I love watching the movement of people as they walk by me.  Their facial expressions and body language emphasizes the mood of the moment.  Clothing further defines the character of the…

9 CRIMES SUGARCOATED Kristin Pavlick June 2018   Through the series of work 9 CRIMES SUGARCOATED, Kristin Pavlick continues her exploration of visual culture by questioning – how much does it impact our decision making process? Through the marriage of disparate imagery, she presents 9 CRIMES that have been SUGARCOATED. Pavlick sees our visual culture as an intentional…

Adrienne Walker & Karen H. Salup May 2018   As Abstract Expressionists the artists concentrate on the acts involved in creating artworks, rather than trying to produce specific images or ideas. The gestures, colors, and actions used to produce the works then lead to a theme or subject. Form, space content and especially the qualities…

Jill Hotchkiss Jill Hotchkiss was born in Hollywood, Florida. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Pratt Institute and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the University of Florida. She has participated in artists residencies in Public Art at School of Visual Arts in New York and at the Art…

April 20th - May 29th, 2019

Past, Present… Jeanne Jaffe April 20th – May 29th, 2019 How people create meaning from the complexity of sensation, memory, myth, and cultural history is the overarching theme of all of Jaffe’s work. Specifically, Jaffe uses her sculpture and installations to explore how identity is constructed from early pre-verbal bodily experience, and later influences of…

March 1st  – April 14th, 2019

Natural State Jenny Kiker | Evan Sahlman March 1st  – April 14th, 2019 Natural State features two south Florida artists creating rich imagery highlighting the intricacies of the life of plants and people. Jenny Kiker produces delicate and rich tonal paintings of the foliage, leaves, plants, and natural patterns that she surrounds herself with. Evan Sahlman’s…