Monte Nagler: Statements of Light
Artist Reception and book signing: April 10, 5-7pm
Monte is a noted writer, lecturer and teacher of photography. Not only has he written a popular newspaper column, but he is also the author of six highly successful photography books. His latest photography and books will be in the gallery this month.
May is Student Month
Art Around Town
The first May exhibit is a collection of Ypsilanti High School students. There work will be for sale at an art auction that will take place on May 9th, 5-6:30 pm.
Ypsilanti Community Schools
Students in grades K-12 from all the Ypsilanti Community Schools will showcase their artwork throughout the month. This is a delightful exhibit, having our young artists share their work with the entire community.
Light, Bronze and Pigment
Reception: 5-7 pm
This five person exhibit will include Heidi Goodhart (pastel), Marion Powers (photography), C.Malcolm Powers (bronze sculpture) and Dick & Susan Rigterink (photography).
Ann Arbor Women Artists
July 9 – Aug 1
Reception: July 10, 5-7pm
The largest art organization in Washtenaw county will hold their annual Summer Juried exhibit in our gallery. This will be an all media 2D/3D show. The public is invited to vote for the People’s Choice Award.
Delicious Dishes from the Dinnerware Museum Collection
Reception: Aug 7, 5-7 pm
The only museum in the world devoted exclusively to dinnerware will be filling our gallery with a special exhibit to whet your appetite. Their collection includes pieces from ancient to futuristic times. You’ll never think about dinnerware the same again.
Explorations in Fiber
September 10 – October 3
A two person show with Anne Flora, feltmaker (wearable art) and Marilyn Prucka, mixed media textiles (quilts).
This Chelsea based group includes professional artists from around Southern Michigan who do work in watercolor, encaustic, gouache, acrylic, pastel, oil, colored pencil and mixed media.
A Family Exhibit
The Weins family, Carolyn, John and daughter Kelsey will share their art created in a variety of mediums. The exhibit will include pastels, mixed media, photography, glass and pottery.
Teen Arts Festival
Washtenaw County teens (ages 13-20) are invited to participate in this juried exhibit. It began as part of the Teens Without Walls movement in the county, which hosts a variety of activities for teenagers. It also includes young people from the Youth Arts Alliance. The event opens with a huge reception and closes with an Awards Ceremony.