-- artwork by Bob Allen and Dawn Conry PieceWork
August 23 - October 11, 2019
Bob Allen makes art as a way to re-imagine the world and make surprising connections beyond the obvious. He likes to find a curious juxtaposition, give it another context and then create fresh & original work from it.
Dawn Conry challenges images you see in advertisements and imagines a different story. Can a teddy bear live in space? Would a shark dance ballet in the mountains? Can an ancient terracotta statue have visions of a distant future? Her intention is to let images change by helping them speak their new story. She imagines the image is asking for a change and then works to make that a reality.Architectural Reflections -- Photographs by Nancy MiillerJuly 5 - August 16, 2019
Architectural Reflections, photographer Nancy Miiller uses architecture as a canvas. The reflected objects are other buildings living separately from each other and in opposing and various directions. What is reflected is a whole new world on a static surface; the buildings collide and warp upon each other throwing off depth and perspective.
In Amorphous -- Paintings by Sydney Volk
May 10 - June 28, 2019
Describing her creative process, artist Sydney Volk says, "I am compelled to paint, the canvas calls to me but I often don’t have a predetermined outcome for the final piece. I let the paint move and mix and let whatever comes out, come out. It’s an exercise in being part of the chaos, in seeing that there is no real control and letting myself go into it."