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Mihee Nahm

Mihee Nahm’s exhibition Soaked includes paintings and drawings depicting detailed glimpses of landscapes she encounters on her daily walks. Nahm captures a sense of poignancy found in nature on rainy days and at night, evoking… Read More »

Workshop: Painting with Textiles

1-2:30 pm Join Walk the Sky artist Bumin Kim for a fun afternoon creating patterns with found textiles. Materials provided by Women & Their Work. Admission is free, but space is… Read More »

TalkAbout: Surface

Join us for a conversation in the gallery about Surface with artist Meg Aubrey and special guests Erika Huddleston, Marta Lee, Naomi Schlinke and Sydney Yeager. The talk will be… Read More »

Meg Aubrey

Meg Aubrey’s candy colored palette belies the loneliness, disquiet, and isolation she renders in her paintings of upscale suburban life. Manicured lawns in tree-lined neighborhoods imply a domestic ideal of… Read More »

Laura Lit

In her exhibition, Where You End and I Begin, Laura Lit creates portraits that capture the likeness, specific expression, and telling moments of her subjects. This series of oil paintings… Read More »

Judy Jensen: Artist Talk

  Since late 2012, Judy Jensen has been making and donating reverse paintings on glass to a Buddhist temple, Wat Chong Klang, in Thailand, to replace 19th-century Burmese glass paintings… Read More »

Living in the Landscape

  Join us on Wednesday, March 4th, from 7pm to 8:30pm for a panel discussion where we will consider the impact of the built environment on the way we perceive… Read More »

Sara Frantz

Sara Frantz’s recent work explores the contemporary built environment once-removed. Her subjects tend toward the anonymous and ubiquitous: standard commercial buildings, often ornamented with eye-catching architectural “flair”, are carefully framed… Read More »

Leslie Wilkes

Leslie Wilkes’ geometric paintings are initially based on graphic design patterns from the 1960’s. Her use of symmetrical arrangements and unexpected color combinations create simulations of kaleidoscopic Rorschach blots. Wilkes’… Read More »