Art League Exhibits

The Art League Gallery opens a new juried group exhibit every month, and solo artist exhibits nine times a year. (Members also exhibit framed and unframed work in our Bin Gallery.) We post photos, videos, and behind-the-scenes news from our exhibits here.

For gallery hours and info on current exhibits, visit the Gallery home page.

Artist Larry Fransen’s Kinetic Sculptures

“My journey to create wonderful objects that move began over three decades ago when I put together a wood shop. Building clocks seemed like a challenging goal.” Read more →

Q&A with Painter Leigh Culver

“In art, red autumnal leaves have always, perhaps rather tritely, symbolized the passing of time, death, beauty, fragility, etc. But when you are in the midst of experiencing it on a personal level, it resonates.” Read more →

Q&A with Artist Diane Blackwell

"I start with an assumption, an activity that’s been on auto-pilot, or current cultural events that need further review and question why they catch my attention." Read more →

Where in the World Are These ’Scapes?

To give you an idea of just how far we're willing to go for a good ’scape, we've started pinning the artwork from this show onto a map. Read more →

Q&A with Painter Peggy Weed

Some of the artwork in the annual ’Scapes exhibit reaches to distant locations around the globe, but other landscapes are close to home. Read more →

Reception Thursday for ’Scapes and Structures

Every summer, our walls take a vacation and travel the world for ’Scapes — The Art League's annual not-your-parents'-landscape show — and we break out the pedestals for the annual sculpture exhibit, this year going by the name Structures. Read more →