Artists in the Gallery, 2022:

Keep an eye on this page for updates as we add to the schedule. Shows typically run 1-2 months in duration. Walk-ins are welcome for the gallery. Masks optional. 

January 14th - February 28th: Mairead Dambruch: Songs of the Sacred Harp
March 3rd - 28th: Sharron Loehr-Lapan: Common Thread
March 31st - April 28th: Maggie Hodges: Close to Home 
May 5th - 30th: Mary Kersell: In The Clouds
June 2nd - July 2nd: Donna Roy: A Walk in the Reeds
Extended! July 6th - August 30th: Greta Gundersen: Afterimage II
September 1st to October 1st: Jamie Malcomb Brown: Trees of the Valley
October 6th to November 3rd: Malaika Ross: Summer to Fall
November 6th to November 23rd: John Krifka: Mostly Flowers
December 1st - January 12th:
Small Works Gets a little bit Bigger
January 18th - February 25th: Jules Jones: Glued Down

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


Some of the many talented artists who have shown at Hope & Feathers Gallery:

Read about current and past shows in our archive below:


10th Annual Small Works Show – Info for Artists

This year we’re doing it again: we provide a 6×6″ or 5×7″ birch panel to create your masterpiece on! The $30 entry fee includes one panel, a frame, and glass. A variety of custom frames will be available for you … Read More

Aaron Becker: Survivor Tree

September 2nd – October 2nd We are excited to host Aaron Becker’s original drawings, watercolors, and prints from his new book Survivor Tree. Aaron will be here signing copies of his book on Friday, September 10th from 5-8 pm. Stop by … Read More

Isabel Margolin: All This and More

July 8th – August 30th Artists’ statement: In the spring of 2009, I began to make mosaics choosing to work in the indirect method, a technique that I have employed ever since. For the indirect method, I place my materials … Read More

Corrin Halford : Out of This World

June 3nd – July 2nd Artists’ statement: 97% of the human body consists of stardust. This must be why I feel such a deep connection to the beyond.  Everything in history has happened on this spinning ball in our galaxy. When … Read More

Randi Stein : Stories in Paint and Paper

Artists’ statement: I began to draw at the age of forty-two, after a life-altering encounter with a book entitled “The Zen of Seeing”, by Dutch-American artist Fredrick Franck. My first drawing in 1990 was of a #2 pencil. It took … Read More

Chris Bordenca: 80’s Kid

See the paintings by Belchertown artist Chris Bordenca! The nostalgia and sense of fun is clear in Chris Bordenca’s vibrantly-colored paintings of toys, action figures, and other treasured memorabilia from the 70’s and 80’s. His subjects are iconic and familiar: … Read More

Andrae Green: Freedom

New drawings by Springfield artist Andrae Green This expressive series of drawings in oils was done in response to the George Floyd murder and features solo dancers as avatars of freedom. Andrae’s intent is that they inspire in these turbulent … Read More

Ruth Rinard: Awe & Intimacy

PLEASE NOTE: walk ins are welcome for the gallery, on your own or small groups of up to three people. Please wear a mask.   New Pastels by Amherst Artist Ruth Rinard Her grandfather’s farm made her an artist. Golden … Read More

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