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In the Gallery, 2020:

Keep an eye on this page as we update information and confirm dates for upcoming shows.

December 4 - January 11: 9th Annual Small Works Show
January 22 - February 29: Christina Gusek: Future Forward
March 5-28: Nan Salky
April: Laurieanne Wysocki
May: PVPA Student Works 2020
June: Jeff Wrench
July: TBA
August: TBA
September: Scott Tulay
October: TBA
November: TBA
December: 10th Annual Small Works Show

Interested in exhibiting in our gallery? See our Gallery page for more information.

Read about current and past shows in our archive below:

Andrae Green: Backscatter

Large-scale oil paintings by Springfield artist Andrae Green, May 2nd to June 1st. Backscatter is a diffuse reflection due to scattering, as opposed to specular reflection as from a mirror. Andrae’s work uses painting as an exploration to delve into … Read More

Isabel Margolin: Little Stories

Glass mosaics created via the indirect method by Amherst artist Isabel Margolin. Isabel’s most successful designs have come to her while dreaming: “I see the mosaic completed, the colors simple and true; the pattern a perfect rhyme. The next day … Read More

David Hyde Costello: Real Life Imaginary Friends

A show of small watercolors featuring charming and lovable animal characters from the imagination of picture book author and illustrator David Hyde Costello. These adorable paintings appeal to all ages. Come by and find a new imaginary friend! David explains, … Read More

Robert Dow: Who Knew?

Recent large-scale pastels by Amherst artist Robert Dow. Opening Reception: Thursday, February 7th, 5-8pm, during Amherst Arts Night Plus.

8th Annual Small Works Show

The 8th Annual Small Works Show is here! Featuring over 250 works by local artists — all 6×6″ or 5×7″. From paintings to photographs, illustrations to assemblages and more, the show features works in wide variety of mediums. All cash-and-carry! … Read More

If Water Could Speak: Amanda Barrow, Janine Norton, Lynn Sisler

Amanda Barrow, Janine Norton, and Lynn Sisler reflect and respond to the current status and state of the waterways in our environment, with a focus on conservation. Responding to the premise “If Water Could Speak”, each artist has shaped her … Read More

Jon Crispin: American Demographics

This is the first time these hand-colored silver gelatin prints by acclaimed Pelham photographer Jon Crispin have been exhibited. The photographs date from the mid-1970s to the early-90s, and were published in the 1980-90s in the now-defunct American Demographics Magazine … Read More

Natalie & Sue Kassirer: The Heart & The Harrows

Mother and daughter Sue and Natalie Kassirer are showing their work together for the first time. They work in disparate mediums: Sue a sculptor in clay and Natalie a pen and ink artist with a background in illustration, but they … Read More

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