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Rachel Williams, Jamie Taylor, Sunwha Gil

On view now through July 29, a group exhibition with work by Jamie Taylor, Rachel Williams and Sunwha Gil. Preview hours Fri July 5, 11am-2pm. Open Sat July 6 1-7 pm with an artist reception 4-7 pm. Open late for Second Sat, July 13 til 8:45pm.

Additional hours: July 7th through 11th: 11am- 6pm and July 12th: 11am – 8pm

July 16-18th, noon-5pm; July 19th, 10am-6pm; July 20th, 10am-7pm

The artists will also be doing workshops and demonstrations for the duration of the show during the month of July.  Visit @art_by_rachelwilliams and @jamie_taylor.artology on Instagram for events.

John Fugelsang on May 31

Fri May 31, 7:30 pm! Comedian, actor & SiriusXM host John Fugelsang returns for a special workshop reading of “Unpresidented”: The true story of a comedian trying to raise a toddler while his country was electing one, this new work in progress was conceived for the 2019 Revolutions Theatre Festival. Doors 7:10 pm. $5 donation. Formal RSVP:

Catalyst Small Works continues through Jan 6!

Looks like we have been so busy with the Small Works Show since it opened on Dec 8 that we forgot to update our blog all month! The show features over 140 works by 70 artists in media ranging from painting, drawing, printmaking and photography to ceramics, collage, fiber and more. Open this Fri-Sun and next, 12-6pm. The show is up through Sun Jan 6 with a closing reception 4-6pm. Here are some photos of the exhibition, but please come check it out in person, as there are so many unique and detailed small works on view.

Paintings by Carin Jean White

Spontaneity, physicality, and expressive force are prioritized in Carin Jean White’s artwork. Her oil paintings are in the vein of gestural abstraction as she finds the composition through the process of creating the work. Often playful, often reminiscent of natural landscapes, White’s paintings are a joy to experience.

On view now through September 2.

SK8 Art: sculptures by Coulter D. Young III, reception Sat Jun 9

I have a natural understanding of electro-mechanical devices and of how things work, enhanced through the formal study of electronics.
My fascination with form, shape, light, and composition took form in a lifetime of photography. My structural art started with looking at how things would fit in the space and form of a skate…
In my retirement, I now have the time to pull together all these disparate influences, as well as my love of collecting, into 3-D assemblages. I hope you enjoy them!

-Coulter D. Young III

For more info and images of works please visit