November 14 - December 31


Main Gallery
The main gallery exhibit, "cerulean" featuring Artworks artist Tedi Jensen and guest artist Aimee Pickar opens November 14th (2nd Friday) from 6-9 pm.
Artist Statement:  Water.  It covers 71% of our planet’s surface.  It is found in the seas, oceans, rivers, lakes, and in the atmosphere.  It is vital for all known forms of life.  It provides us with a sense of tranquility and peace in our being.

Cerulean. It was derived from the Latin word caeruleus, meaning the color dark blue, blue, or blue green. It is used to describe the color of the sky and water.  It is a soothing calming color that induces the feeling of confidence and peace.

We are water.  Our closeness to it, in some respects similar and others not, provoked us to create this cohesive exhibition.  As you explore Cerulean, you will see organic shapes related to aquatic life and plants, textures that inhabit bodies of water, line that is repetitive and fluid, and colors that reveal the beauty of water in every realm.  We celebrate its beauty and revel in the attraction we feel to become harmonious with it.
  • Nov. 14 (second Friday), 6-9 pm, Opening Reception
  • Dec. 12, 6-9 pm, Second Friday
  • Dec. 19, 6:30-8:30 pm, Artist Reception, Artist Talk at 7

A Walk With Ghosts

The Hall


November 14 - November 26
The 'Hall' exhibit, "Walking with Ghosts" featuring artist Bob Campagna will open November 14th (2nd Friday) from 6-9 pm.  He is exhibiting 20 b/w photos exploring the theme of structural abandonment.  The selected work covers portions of the past 32 years of photography from across the United States.