Off-Site Exhibitions

We curate, install, and oversee rotating exhibitions at off-site locations in the community for clients ranging from corporate offices to apartment buildings. Check out our recent off-site exhibitions below!

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Featuring works from Philip Salamone and his students from the Atwood Atelier

Portraits by Philip Salamone and Atwood Atelier

May 3, 2022 - October 2, 2022

Featuring works from Philip Salamone and his students from the Atwood Atelier

Val Saxer creates her artwork without ever using brushes, choosing her hands, trowels or manipulating the canvas itself, which is always painted on the floor. She welcomes the viewer to interpret what they are “seeing”.

Paintings by Val Saxer

2022

Val Saxer creates her artwork without ever using brushes, choosing her hands, trowels or manipulating the canvas itself, which is always painted on the floor. She welcomes the viewer to interpret what they are “seeing”.

While traditional photography generally captures three dimensions, these images explore the fourth dimension: time.  The results are painterly like creations that evolve traditional photography beyond the customary landscape.

Mark Weller

Monday, September 27, 2021 – Friday, April 29, 2022

While traditional photography generally captures three dimensions, these images explore the fourth dimension: time. The results are painterly like creations that evolve traditional photography beyond the customary landscape.

Join us for this group exhibition featuring Thomas Ferrella, Sharon Kilfoy, Sandra Klingbeil Adkins, Skinny Gaviar, Terry Talbot

Group Exhibition

Saturday, May 1 – Friday, September 17, 2021

Join us for this group exhibition featuring Thomas Ferrella, Sharon Kilfoy, Sandra Klingbeil Adkins, Skinny Gaviar, Terry Talbot

While traditional photography generally captures three dimensions, these images explore the fourth dimension: time.  The results are painterly like creations that evolve traditional photography beyond the customary landscape.

Mark Weller

March, 2020

While traditional photography generally captures three dimensions, these images explore the fourth dimension: time. The results are painterly like creations that evolve traditional photography beyond the customary landscape.

Todd Klassy is an award-winning photographer from Wisconsin who specializes in featuring remote anonymous places that dot the rural American landscape.

Todd Klassy

January, 2020

Todd Klassy is an award-winning photographer from Wisconsin who specializes in featuring remote anonymous places that dot the rural American landscape.