We are stoked to be representing the internationally recognized Bruno Casiano in a one man show this month. We will be exhibiting mixed media work, including several new pieces, and a limited edition silk screen print. The opening reception is Friday, November 13th, and the show will close on December 11, 2009, both of which […]
The show of new works by Debra Shepherd and Ron Knight which opened last month continues into October with a reception this Friday (October 9) during the Tremont Art Walk from 6-10PM. Don’t miss this opportunity to see these two provocative and original artists.
Nudes and politically charged assemblages, that is. This show of new works by Debra Shepherd and Ron Knight not only kicks off the September Tremont Art Walk (9/11) but also coincides with the Tremont Art and Cultural Festival (9/12-9/13). Join us for the grand opening on Friday, September 11 2009 from 6-10, or on Saturday […]
Opening on September 11, 2009, we are thrilled to have two area artists working in two very different mediums, and both producing very provocative work. Mixed media sculptures and installations by Ron Knight feature patriotic motifs and other symbols questioning the status quo, while photographs by Debra Shepherd examine the nude female form in searing […]
The Tremont Arts Festival (Sep. 12 and 13th, 2009) is still looking for applicants for their emerging artists booth. For the fourth year, the Festival will be sponsoring an “Emerging Artists Booth” for a limited number of up-and-coming local artists who would like to gain experience in showing their works. Criteria for entrance are as […]
Interested in photography but don’t know where to start? Have a nice DSLR with all kinds of bells and whistles which you don’t have a clue about? Don’t know what to do with your images once you get them into Photoshop? Then this is the workshop for you… You and your Camera: The Mastroianni Workshop […]
The annual neighborhood-wide yard sale takes place in the Tremont neighborhood this Sunday, June 7th, 2009, 9AM ’til 4PM. Come on out and find that special something you didn’t know you were looking for, and of course, stop in and say “hi” at the gallery (2688 W.14th). See you Sunday!