solo artist Archive

Julia Dzikiewicz: Protests Past and Present

“Pink Hat Protest Paintings” will be on view at The Art League Gallery from October 10—November 4, 2018. If you’d like to learn more about the artist and her work, RSVP for “Drawn In: A Look at Protest Paintings” on October 25. Read more →

The Doctor (Ito Briones) in the Gallery with the Palette Knife

Has the murderer been framed? In Ito Briones’ new solo exhibit, “A Murder in Bruges: Cast of Characters,” you can be sure they have been… but whodunit? Read more →

Guy Jones’ “Drawing Energy” Stares Back

Illustrator Guy Jones, a frequent highlight in The Art League gallery and fixture at the Torpedo Factory Art Center, is our July solo artist. Read more →

McSorley’s Extraordinary Collections of the Ordinary

Oil painter Michael McSorley brings together the unexpected, the ordinary, and the unassuming through carefully constructed three-dimensional assemblages in “Collections of Perceptions." Read more →

Stories Behind the Women in “A Sense of Herself”

The women Deborah Conn has portrayed on paper not only “speak” to us through strong color and composition, but also through their own narratives and stories which accompany each portrait. Read more →

Deborah Conn Explores the Female Gaze

Watercolorist Deborah Conn's paintings of women, when hung, seem to be inviting you into conversation. Conn celebrates inner resilience and strength in “A Sense of Herself." Read more →