We have a long history of shows during our years at the Tri Main and we support mostly women artists, but also do accept work by men and also memberships from men at this time.
Our gallery will be showing work at 515 Main Street Gallery this month. We will have a one week show from Sept. 9 to Sept.16. The gallery will be open on the night of “Curtain Up” and hope many people will stop by to see work by our members. It is a short time for the show but we are pleased to be a part of the activities downtown on that evening.
Our gallery, the Impact Artist Gallery, does not have a home base any longer. Future shows will be planned for other gallery spaces in the future. We are sorry to have to leave our space after many years, but it was no longer financially possible to continue. We are still a group, but will need to do some reorganization.
Our last show of the season is now on view. We have a lovely selection of work for this theme and had a reception and awards given on May 6th.
We are now at Casa de Arte on 141 Elmwood. It is a big yellow house with a large gallery in the back. You may also use the parking lot behind the house on week ends and evenings. There is a door to the gallery near the parking lot and also on the other side of the gallery if you walk down a driveway to the entrance.
Here are some of the works from the show.
Artists with work in this show
Mary Jo LaClair
Barbara A Lynch Johat
VINTAGE Here is the prospectus for our Vintage Reborn show. Everyone that enjoys working with old images in collage or painting is invited to submit work. Thank you!!