January 26 - February 23, 2018 Janelle Washington: A Special Exhibition in Honor of Black History Month
Artist Reception: Tuesday, February 6, 7-9 pm
With detailed, colorful cuts on paper, Janelle Washington celebrates “African American beauty, rich culture, and history.” As she seeks to “empower [the individual] to move forward in greatness”, her work gives a contemporary refresh to traditional silhouette portraiture, making it accessible to audiences of all ages and creating a bridge between the old and the new.
March 2 - April 27, 2018 Local Women in Abstraction
Artist Reception: Tuesday, March 13, 7-9 pm
In recent years, many art institutions have sought to give recognition to women artists who historically were not represented in important collections, exhibitions, or books. This exhibition seeks to build on this momentum by celebrating local female artists investigating various mediums and modes of abstract expression. Line, shape, color, texture, space and form are the universal tools that these artists employ to communicate the ethereal, the mundane and the simply sublime.