June 1 - August 20, 2017
Paper.Works includes the works of twenty artists who use paper as their artistic medium. From cast paper to cut paper, folded paper to handmade paper, this exhibition will feature a wide range of works that explore the versatitility of the medium.
June 1 - August 6, 2017
Stan Meyer creates flat-woven artworks out of roofing felt paper, utilizing inspiration for patterns from Celtic, Maori, and various other aboriginal cultures., combined with patterns found in nature or contemporary architecture. His large-scale wall works are unique and combine artistic aesthetic reminiscent of the abstract expressionists with the handmade technique of the craftspeople.
This exhibition features the works of Jane Braley, Ken Elliott, Lynn Heitler, Mark Lunning, and Amy Metier - printmakers who utilize the technique of chine-collé in various ways. Chine-collé is a printing process that transfers a print onto both a support surface as well as thinner, more delicate papers which become part of the printed image.
January 19 - March 26, 2017
Double Exposure features 13 artists working in both photography and video. The subject matter and style of each artist ranges from documentary to conceptual, and explores the fact that these two media, photography and video, oftern help an artist develop their wider practice and bodies of work, as well as offer a glimpse into the versatility that many artists possess.
This exhibition features the works by esteemed photographer James Milmoe whose career spans nearly 70 years. Milmoe works in various series of phot9ographs, compiling a cohesive yet vast oeuvre. In all of his endeavors, Milmoe emphazizes the importance of stopping to look, and then really seeing the subject matter.
A presentation of abstract paintings by former Jefferson County school teacher Linda Scholes.