Lee Hassig enters this conversation by focusing on a pinpoint in our postmodern lives. Anonymously photographing inhabitants of Duke of Gloucester (“DoG”) Street in Historic Colonial Williamsburg. On “DoG” street history meets modernity with a bang!
Megan Partridge’s bugs not only bring their own life to the canvas...but also a similarity to our own every day lives. The very human feelings of imbibing too much, or inspiration, or of smugness are portrayed in the style of work as well as the expression of the bugs.
This exhibit is a direct response to the school-to-prison pipeline crisis that our country is facing today. Curated by Mark Strandquist, "Lift Us Up, Don't Push Us Out" will be on view in The Art League Gallery January 9-February 3.
Pete has been a regular in the gallery for many years, and The Art League checked in with him about his current exhibit, "Pattern+Texture", what inspires his work, and what he's looking forward to next!
“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.