PAST EXHIBITIONS

August 20th – September 29th, 2018 Selections by Nichole Hickey SOCIAL CODE is a juried Exhibition selected by Nichole Hickey. Comprised of 29 artists, the works are varying interpretations of the idea of Art Vs. Social Media. Works selected encompass all a variety of mediums, both 2D and 3D pieces.     Best in Show:…

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July 6th – August 11th, 2018 From deep in the heart of the dry Southwest, 30 artists from Tucson, Albuquerque and El Paso surface in the “Desert Triangle Print Carpeta“exhibition.  No cowboy art taints this portfolio — though these large prints were commissioned with an open theme  (abstract work discouraged).  Rather most of the colorful serigraphs, relief…

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May 20th – June 29th, 2018 CHNK | Paul Cooley | Taber Szuluk SANCTIONED is an exhibition showcasing two painters who find themselves on varying outdoor surfaces/walls, and also on canvas. Using text, color, shapes, symbols – conveying their messages in sporadic bursts of thought, Sanctioned will show recent and new works by both artists. The pieces give us the…

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Free on the Inside April 6th – May 12th 2018 The Free on the Inside group exhibition is a showcase of both literary and visual art. The visual artwork was selected from over 100 submissions from an open call, with the only instructive prompt being the phrase “Free on the Inside”. Artist’s interpretations of that phrase were…

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2018

ACTIVE February 23rd – March 30th, 2018 ACTIVE featuring 5 Florida artists: Russell Bellamy, Jen Clay, Nick Mahshie, Sarah Knouse, and Cherie Saleeby. ACTIVE explores work that encourages some kind of movement, action, or involvement from the viewer, ultimately activating the varying warehouse and gallery spaces fully. The majority of the works are 3 dimensional,…

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Lifebloodlust – Works by Christina Nicola February 2nd – February 19th, 2018 Our past trauma and disparities have shaped who we are today. We have all experienced brokenness and pain. While our wounds may remind us of the damage done to us, they can also act as symbols and trophies of our humanity and strength.…

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WALK DONT WALK serves as inspiration for conversation and change, exploring significant issues of our time. It is a place for reflection. It is an opportunity to see the double meaning in everyday objects. A place to take a second look, to catch the play on words, and to solve the riddle. Todd Lim is a local…

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