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Current Exhibitions

On view February 7-27, 2020

Quilting: A Journey
Theresa Harrison | Main Gallery

“Fluidity” is a word Theresa Harrison uses to describe the journey or process of a quilt, having at least thirteen steps. She also uses it to describe the way a viewer’s eye flows across the surface of her designs; thinking as a painter, she uses poetry as a metaphor to describe her creative process.

Fluidity also describes the movement of her life, from gardening (cultivating natural plant dyes for fabric creations), to teaching in the sciences (also certified ESOL), to weaving (five looms are set up in her living room, along with six spinning wheels), to cooking, to family (a mom and grandmother), and especially quiltmaking. For textiles present a difficult aesthetic challenge, and only from the vantage point of a versatile and confident artist can the medium be “transformed into works of beauty or emotional power.”

On view February 7-27, 2020

Young Creatives Student Exhibitions
various artists | Main Hall Gallery

Artwork by students aged 6-12 who are enrolled in our Young Creatives class.

On view February 7-22, 2020

LOVE...to Cure Cancer: A Guarded Treasures Fundraiser
various artists | Boardroom Gallery

The 2nd Guarded Treasures Fundraiser has LOVE as the theme. Artwork in this juried exhibition will be available for bidding at McCurdy Auction Online and a closing event will be held on Saturday, February 22 at CityArts. (Tickets are available via the Dragon Master Foundation.)

All proceeds from auction sales and event tickets benefit the Dragon Master Foundation’s mission: research to aid in battling childhood brain cancer.


On view February 7-27, 2020

Abstract Garden
Greg Turner and Lauren Fitzgerald | Boardroom Gallery

Greg Turner is a painter and assemblage artist. He attended the Art Center of Design and Otis Art Institute and is a founding member of the IDology artist collaborative.

Lauren Fitzgerald is a cut paper artist, meaning her artwork is made up of many layers of paper hand cut with an x-acto knife and worked with paints.


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