Past Exhibitions

APR 2-30, 2020/ONLINE EXHIBITIONS

April 2020 Exhibitions Online

We’ll be rescheduling our April exhibitions for a later date, but in the meantime we’re excited to partner with the exhibiting artists and share a teaser of their work! On Thursday April 2, tune in to our Facebook page from 6-7pm for a First Thursday online event.

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MAY 7-28, 2020/EXHIBITION

Color Conversations, Jill Caldwell

Caldwell’s mixed media paintings capture the exuberance of an island bursting with color: the endless shades of foliage, the magnificent variety of flowers, the aqua-teal-turquoise water, and the billowing sunsets shifting from peach-pink to the blue-purple-indigo of nightfall.

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graphic of a woman working out

MAY 7-28, 2020/EXHIBITION

Beach Bodies, Caitlin Albritton

Culled from her ongoing “Gym Series,” Albritton’s colorful, awkward, and very funny paintings ultimately offer a profound commentary on the lengths people will go to in search of the perfect body.

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graphic of books stacked next to bird cages with Asian motif

MAY 7-28, 2020/EXHIBITION

A Novel Idea, Christine Fifer

Christine Fifer’s paintings and sculptures revolve around books – their history & their contents – all woven together with puns, puzzles, and didactic intent to both amuse and encourage conversation. Still life paintings of precariously stacked first editions are simultaneously realistic and surreal, prompting extended investigation. Leaping from the canvas, Fifer’s sculptures utilize actual books suffering from wear or neglect that have been repurposed to create playful and thoughtful sculptures in search of their own Renaissance.

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Artwork Abstract green pink white and black

POSTPONED

Floral Feast, Katlin Spain

Katlin Spain pieces shapes of color together into large scale oil paintings. Bright flowers overflow from fenced yards, while palms and poincianas overlap each other, covering the view above with shades of green and vermillion.

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POSTPONED

Pisces, Kyla Piscopink

The dancers in Piscopink’s stunning photographs inhabit an ethereal underwater dream world, offering both an escape from the day to day, and a deep connection to nature, the human form, imagination, and profound spiritual forces.

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Artwork of a women looking at you with white circles of lungs exposed

POSTPONED

None of the Above, Sally Binard

Binard’s portraits combine painting with ceramic and mixed media to comment on the tension between one’s identity in the eyes of others, and the one we choose ourselves. Intensely personal, the pieces touch on Binard’s racial and cultural history.

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Artwork abstract colorful line on a white background

POSTPONED

Liminal; Amanda Church, Paula De Luccia, Beth Kaminstein, Lauren Olitski, and Leslie Parke

With works ranging from pop-inflected paintings to postmodern ceramics, these five artists all straddle the threshold of abstraction. They also share a common history, with a connection to Bennington College in the 60’s and 70’s, and currently with the national art scene. They ultimately become friends in Islamorada, where the art luminaries Jules Olitski (Lauren Olitski’s father) and Larry Poons (Paula De Luccia’s husband) lived for many years.

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Artwork two deer on a gray background

Sorry, galleries closed through April 2

Deer Humans, Lisa D. Watson

Approximately 100 Key Deer were hurt or killed by cars last year, and are further threatened by loss of habitat, hurricanes, Screwworm disease, and weakening of the Endangered Species Act. Watson has taken their plight to heart, with a series of work made from reclaimed materials depicting the Keys’ native deer and wildscapes.

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Artwork of one black man kissing another's forehead kissing a child's forehead

Sorry, galleries closed through April 2

Legalized Love: LGBT Parents & Their Children, David Genest

David Genest’s recent monotonal works are group portraits – rendered in acrylic, ink, charcoal and photo transfer – depicting human moments in the domestic lives of contemporary American LGBT families.

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