On View August 2019:
Lloyd Crow | What’s Not to Say?
Frank Marrari | Wire Imagination

First Friday opening reception: August 2nd, 5 - 8pm

On view: Saturday, August 3rd - Saturday, September 1st

Gallery hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 12 - 4pm

CENTER and NORTH GALLERIES:  Lloyd Crow | What’s Not to Say?
My art is social commentary about issues that may or may not divide us, that directly affect some of us, and indirectly affect all of us. It is my intent to simply highlight certain issues with the goal of starting positive and productive discussions on these issues.”

Lloyd Crow,  Subsistence 1919,  2019, painting

Lloyd Crow, Subsistence 1919, 2019, painting


SOUTH GALLERY: Frank Marrari | Wire Imagination
Wire Imagination reflects a collection of sculptures spanning over 50 years. Almost in secret, Frank Marrari began sculpting these works in his basement in 1964. What began in solitude as a hobby has turned into a collection of whimsical gestures serving as capsules of time. Now, Marrari shares these creations with the public. This exhibit features scenes from the artist’s life as told through welded copper, wire and steel and present capsules of everyday life, memory, lived experience, or fantasy.

Frank Marrari,  Bicycle pair , steel

Frank Marrari, Bicycle pair, steel