September 16 through November 7Virtual Reception: September 18, 5:30-6:30 PM
Saguaros I Have Met
Artist: Kari Hogden
Saguaros I Have Met is a series of paintings that speaks to the viewer with bold, expressive brushstrokes depicting saguaros and wildlife of the Sonoran Desert.
The Passages and Byways of Nature
Artist: Joan Finnegan
Oil paintings that show the discovery of the world around us in a softer sense, focusing on the beauty and joy of nature.
Protect the Pollinators
Artist: Jessie Fritsch
Jessie Fritsch shows how pollinators impact her artwork and lifestyle. Using the technique of encaustic painting, her artwork features vibrant and luminous color.
Joan Finnegan Audio Tour
November 11 through January 2Reception: November 13, 2020 5-7 PM
National Parks: Iconic Places and Spaces
Artists: Carol and Roy Toepke
A husband and wife team, Carol and Roy use photography to encourage outdoor enthusiasm and environmentalism.
January 6 through February 20Reception: January 8, 5-7 PM
Artist: Jake Phillips
A series of Japanese themed tattoo designs of acrylic spray and markers on canvas.
She's Lost Her Marbles!
Artist: Carol Keene
The artist lets marbles roll over different surfaces and captures these colorful orbs in varied and whimsical habitats.
February 24 through April 10Reception: February 26, 5-7 PM
Land and Patchwork
Artist: Rachel Deutmeyer
Deeply influenced by Midwestern roots, the artist’s photographic practice explores they ways people establish emotional connections to their surroundings. Her work reflects complex relationships between people and land.
Artist: Seho Park
TREES, an exhibition of paintings, focuses on images of trees revealing the dynamic interactions and delicate intervals that all the living things of nature sustain together.
Toy (with) Animals
Artist: Anna Segner
Toy (with) Animals is a body of intricate still life paintings where the depth of artificial nature in the home and the societal value of nature are expressed through materialism.
May 19 through July 17Reception: May 21, 5-7 PM
Figuring it Out
Artist: Anders Schafer
In a ‘story board’ type format, Anders explores figures in narratives and histories, usually in a sequential formats. His ideas are contextualized by combining historical, psychological, abstraction, expressionism, and surrealism in his drawings and paintings.
Figuring it Out
Artist: Barbra Schafer
In her paintings, Barbra explores themes of figures, mostly dancers in light and how the figure relates to problems of form in space.
Redefining Hmong American Women
Artist: Mai Chao Duddeck
As an artist and scholar, Mai Chao was inspired to tell her story from a Hmong woman’s perspective. Her exhibition was created by using critical reflection and observation combined with scholarly research to explore Hmong history, assimilation, hopes and dreams, and sense of belonging as a Hmong American woman.
July 21 through September 11Reception: July 23, 5-7 PM
Children's Story Time- Family Legends Retold
Artist: Scott Onsager
Through a hand-building process, the artist portrays family “legends” in clay, reshaping timeless forms to express the artist’s lived experience.
Movement. Balance. Change.
Artist: David Montegue
Presenting an alternative to traditional sculpture and wall art, David creates mobiles to utilize the frequently neglected spaces above. He creates these hanging mobiles using a form of kinetic sculpture from stone, metal, and acrylic materials.
Painting Us Forward
Artist: Jennifer Williams
is an expanding partnership that communicates hope and resilience through visual storytelling. This exhibition includes painted portraits of small business owners, accompanied by their own stories of the impact of Covid-19, mandated measures on their business.
Artist: Carissa Brudos
Carissa mimics the constant source of wonder and inspiration of change in nature in her artwork. Using the encaustic painting technique, the artist strives to arouse the unique perspectives of land, water & sky, and small, delicate textures from the natural world.
Artist: Drazen Dupor
In this Byzantine style iconography, Dupor shows the basic elements of a human face with the expression of divine peace and benevolence reflected in the structure of lines.