Current Exhibition

The gallery will be closed from December 3rd through January 4th, 2019.

January 5th will reopen with a solo show of Brian Rego.

Wishing you very Happy Holidays!


Main Galleries

On Saturday, January 5th, there will be an exhibition of paintings by Brian Rego in the Main Galleries. The work will be on display through January 27th with a reception for the artist on Saturday, January 5th from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m.

 Brian Rego

Tiny Mirrors

Oxford Square, 2018, oil on board, 11.25 x 16 inches

“A mirror is simultaneously looked at and looked through, yet its inherent quality is that it reflects the image of what is before it. This reflection is unbiased, save the character of the glass, the condition of light, and the state of the viewer. What is a painting if not a mirror? When I stand before a painting I am presented with a form, an image, and a set of ideas and experiences valued by the painter. I am also presented with my own reflexivity if the work is able to conjure something in me and I am able to receive the provocation of the painting. Tiny Mirrors is the name of the collection of work I have made over the past two years. The process of making these paintings has been one of consideration and confrontation; each reflecting something that is indirectly autobiographical and personal.”

Brian Rego


Sculpture Garden

 Bruce Gagnier

Making It Up

May, 2014, bronze, 69 x 19 x 16 inches

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Click – here- for slideshow images in the exhibition.

“I remember eight sides to a form
And one should have a purpose
Something like “make a good figure”
Remembering the term good and the word figure
Don’t coincide to the eight sides of a form
in a body bilateral but opposed
there is a gap between the saying and the actions
which are not mute
the words seem to sustain in off moments”

            Bruce Gagnier, 2018