Exhibitions

  • Current Exhibitions

    Millicent Young: Cantos for the Anthropocene
    &
    Kris Iden: Pelago d’Aria

    6 January – 11 February 2018

    Opening Reception with the Artists 
    Saturday, January 6, 3 – 5 p.m.

     
    Lunch with Kris Iden and Sarah Sargent, Art Critic
    and discussion of film about Millicent Young, Remembering Awe
    Wednesday, 24 January, noon – 1 pm
    Reservations required, $15 (Free for Collectors Club)
     
    Sunday, February 11, Closing Reception 2 – 4 p.m.
    3 p.m. Conversation between Christopher Yates, Ph.D. and Millicent Young
     
     
     
    Millicent Young: Cantos for the Anthropocene
     

    predator
    grapevine, horse hair
    90 x 118 x 40″

    cantos 15-16
    lead, horse hair, steel bolt
    80 x 15 x 22 inches

    canto 2
    lead, mixed media on gessoed paper
    30 x 30 inches

    cantos 4-7
    washi paper, ink, pencil, plaster

    cantos 8-10
    plaster, refired glass with gold leaf and tissue, pigment, nails
    13.5 x 11 x 3 inches each

    slow violence
    washi paper, ink, pastels, steel
    17 x 96 x 4 inches

    canto 17
    lead, horse hair, steel bolt
    62 x 15 x 5 inches

    ghosts iv
    steel, plaster, pigments, pencil
    22 x 34 x 2 inches

    in this dream i
    steel, plaster, pigments, pencil
    22 x 34 x 2 inches

    in this dream (detailed view)

    temple for grieving ii
    wood, paper, red iron oxide, silk, rope
    45 x 24 x 4 inches)

    Kris Iden: Pelago d’Aria

    matter study (1), 2017. Graphite, watercolor, 6 x 7 inches

        

    Kris Iden, matter study (2), 2017. Graphite, watercolor, 6 x 7 inches

    Kris Iden, the center is everywhere (2), 2016-17. Graphite, agate burnishing, 9 x 11 inches

    Kris Iden, the center is everywhere (1), 2016-17. Graphite, agate burnishing, 9 x 11 inches


    Kris Iden, the center is everywhere (3), 2016-17. Graphite, agate burnishing, 9 x 11 inches

    Kris Iden, matter didn’t spread out evenly (1), 2017. Graphite, watercolor, 12 x 12 inches

    Kris Iden, matter didn’t spread out evenly (2), 2017. Graphite, watercolor, 12 x 12 inches

    Kris Iden, nothing shaped everything (1), 2017. Intaglio etching, 12 x 12 inches

    Kris Iden, nothing shaped everything (2), 2017. Intaglio etching, 12 x 12 inches

     

  • UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

    2018

    Millicent Young
    Cantos for the Anthropocene
    &
    Kris Iden
    Pelago d’Aria
    5 January – 11 February 2018

    Press Release


    Pam Black, Sally Bowring, Lou Jordan
    Three Voices
    &
    Judy McCleod
    New Work
    16 February – 25 March 2018


    David Hawkins, Suzanne Tanner Chitwood, Ivy Naté, Nick Watson
    Not Just Black and White

    31 March – 7 May 2017


    Jessie Coles
    New Paintings
    11 May – 16 June 2017


    Gwyn Kohr, Kathy Kuhlmann, Russ Warren
    Explorations with Livestock Markers
    22 June – 29 July 2018


    Picasso, Lydia & Friends Vol. IV
    New Paintings and Sculpture
    2 August – 2 September 2018


    David Summers
    New Paintings
    7 September – 7 October 2018


    John Borden Evans
    New Paintings
    12 October – 11 November 2018


    Annie Harris Massie
    New Paintings
    16 November – 30 December 2018