Evelyn Render Katz - "New Work: Encaustic, Collage and Cold Wax
Inspired by her new environment, Evelyn Render Katz explores the use of different media and color palette. The paintings convey mystery and dream - like quality. Her use of birds is symbolic of our relationship to nature and our inescapable responsibility for it.
Ken Heimbuch - New Works
Ken's paintings are influenced by all kinds of small unimportant things in his world. He is inspired by the shapes of a snow bank, water boiling in a pot, soap suds in the dish water, as well as clothes turning in the dryer. Ken gets excited by bug flying around a porch light. He captures the expression of what he sees and feels. Ken says he strives to make his art very different than other artists.
Reception December 7 | 5:30PM - 9PM
New Artist: Ilaame Pelshaw
October 3 - November 3, 2018
Bob Mathews - Portraits
April 4 - April 28
Reception Friday April 13 |5:30 - 9PM|
Klein-Engler's artworks are influenced by literature and 20th century modern artists. His colorful paintings and drawings use symbolism and abstraction to weave a story with varied subjects of religion, history, immigration and of belonging.
TAG (Tiny Art Gallery - April 2019)
JUNE 5 - JUNE 29, 2019
RECEPTION JUNE 14 | 5:30 - 9PM |
October 3 - November 3 | Biennial Fiber Art Show VI
TAG Tiny Art Gallery South
Apr 3 - 27 | Installation - Off-Grid Tiny House
A consideration for emergency situations, or a way to live simply.
Reception: Friday January 12th | 5:30PM - 9PM |
Reception: November 9th | 5:30PM - 9PM |
Bob Wigton - New Work
Apr 3 - 27 | Reception April 12th | 5:30PM - 9PM
Watercolors | Oils | Photographs
MAY 1 - JUNE 1, 2019 | ANNE BURKHOLDER| Retrospective | Reception May 10 | 5:30PM - 9PM
Reception Friday June 8th | 5:30PM -9PM |
February 7 - March 3, 2018 | Nick Chiburis Remembered
APRIL 3 - 27, 2019 | Bob Wigton | New Work | Reception April 12th | 5:30PM - 9PM
Rachel Droppers - exhibition in TAG (Tiny Art Gallelry)
Reception: Sept. 14th | 5:30PM - 9PM
Exhibition in front window.
Tom Sitzman - Sculpture is Furniture
- TAG ( Tiny Art Gallery) and downstairs Furniture Room
Functional and stylish sculpted furniture for tiny homes.
Dumicich creates to “inspire others, whether through teaching, through art or through leading by example. Knowledge must be passed on to others or it is useless, creativity inspires creativity…I create because I can.” His works featured in the show are paintings and mixed media pieces of landscapes and recognizable imagery.
January 16 - 19, January 23 - 26, 2019 | Tom Sitzman - Mid-century Modern Furniture Revised
Kristine Chavez - Nature Photography
Reception: Friday May 11 | 5:30PM - 9PM
Glenda Dietrich Moore - "Spirit Meditations"
Mixed Media on Paper
The paintings reflect and celebrate Glenda Dietrich Moore's sense of the Spirit. She invites viewers to slow down, inhale and hear the Spirit's invitations.
April 4 - April 28, 2018 | Robert Klein-Engler
TAG (Tiny Art Gallery - May 2019)
COURTNEY PORTO | Paintings 12 x 12 |
Carol Meis Ellington - Free Spirit
- Front of main Gallery
- Printmaking, Woodcut, Engravings and Etchings
Carol is a printmaker with many years of experience. She will feature artwork from the past and also new works.
Reception Fri March 9th | 5:30PM - 9PM
Tom Sitzman - Mid-century Modern Furniture Revised
Mid-century modern furniture is no longer considered a time period but a design style. It has been reimagined in new materials such as plastic and metal. All pieces can be custom-designed to fit your space and aesthetics.
One of the founding members of the Artists' Coop, Nick worked in variety of media, from painting and drawing to sculpture.
Reception: Feb 9th | 5:30PM - 9PM
Anne Burkholder - Oil painting | Landscape
An evening with live music and colorful textiles by Rachel Droppers in the Tiny Art Gallery. The main gallery will exhibit paintings by Bob Matthews.
Ilaame Pelshaw - Color Theory
March 6 - March 30 | Reception March 8th | 5:30PM - 9PM
The show will explore the perception of color and how can we use it to transmit ideas and concepts using Illustrative and Geometric styles. The pieces and arrangement of the exhibit will focus on transmitting those innate qualities of colors and the role they play in the paintings.
October 3- Opens - 1AM - 5PM
October 12- Opening Reception - 5:30PM - 9PM
October 13- Hands-On Workshop - 12PM - 4PM with Jay Rich
Fresh Leaf Indigo Dyeing - $75 per person
October 20- Fashion Show - 6:30PM Refreshments
7PM Show - Shopping to Follow
October 27- Hands-On Workshop - 12PM - 4PM with Joan Getzfrid
Pine Needle Basket Coiling - $75 per person
November 3- Give and Take - Fiber Swap - Fabric, Threads, Beads, Tools, Misc.
TAG - Tiny Art Gallery
Kristine Chavez - "Hoback Cowboy"
The photographs show a cowboy's love of the land and the work that goes into conserving and maintaining it.
Courtney Porto | Paintings | Drawings
TAG - Robert Klein-Engler
The Winter Count
Works on paper inspired by Plains Indians record keeping of each year.
November 7 - December 1, 2018 | Courtney Porto "Figures & Forms"
August 15 - September 1, 2018 | CHANGING PHACES - Guest Artists
A combination on faces and phases, the different phases and styles as we continue to paint portraits.
The art of the portrait interpreted by six artists using different mediums and painting from live models: Teresa Armagan, Jennifer Christensen, Jolene Hulsing, Patricia Lontor, Renee Mehrer and Cindy Simon.
There will be several models represented in photographs with each artist’s original work shown along side. This is a chance to see how different painting styles can be while keeping the model’s likeness in mind.
Reception: Friday August 17th | 5:30 - 9PM |
Carl Dumicich - Multi-media
Show in front Gallery
Courtney Porto works in a variety of media including charcoal, pencil, yarn, acrylic and mixed media. Her creativity lies in the planning and ideas behind a piece, not the execution. Most of her work is meticulously planned with minimalist aesthetic. Because of this, most of her pieces center on a single focal point with simple or blank backgrounds and little or no color. She takes great pleasure when the end result matches the vision in her head.
"The movement, composition, form and gracefulness of the female figure captivate me. The body is so many things all at once. It is a vessel, a storyteller and a vehicle.” But rather than mere figure painting or studies, Porto says that “the bodies in my work represent ideas and concepts rather than specific individuals.” Figures & Forms will celebrate the human figure both in body and the abstract.