We are all subjects of nature. Nature balances devastation with healing and life-giving; it restores horror with glory and beauty. “Through these observations I see myself. This is the divine language of the universe and the narrative I continue to draw upon.” Oversize in scale, these sky-scapes surround the viewer with power of nature.
The figural work of Juliellen Byrne is narrative, but also enchanting, warming, disturbing, and questioning; in essence, it is the state of being human. “The notion of narrative has always been of interest to me. Clay has the capacity to render a godlike power in details and makes it possible for me to tell stories […]
Through history, film photography has left an enormous impact on art and journalism. As the technology of photography developed, its impact became greater, and even though we are living in a digital age, its relevance continues today. This exhibition explores the technology and history of film photography. The exhibition includes cameras from the late 1800’s […]
This exhibition highlights the work of Ron Isaacs, a master craftsman whose woodwork resembles clothing, leaves, branches, and flowers- however, it all starts with birch plywood. Trompe L’oeil is a term meaning, “a trick of the eye”, and what is in the gallery will certainly give reason for a second look. Also included are the […]