Upcoming Events

Carl Homstad

Carl Homstad Jun 01, 2019 to Jul 31, 2019
Wood block prints that capture local landscapes.

Art Werger

Art Werger Jul 01, 2019 to Jul 31, 2019
The images in Art Werger's intaglio prints are anchored in his New Jersey childhood. His suburban scenes are lyrical and evocative of boyhood summer evenings. His city scenes are fraught with tension and isolation. Some of Werger's prints show the influence of film noir genre movies as well as paying tribute to the cinematic techniques of Alfred Hitchcock. Through realistic portrayals of scenes viewed from unusual angles, he creates a dream-like detachment from the events taking place.

Werger states, "All of my work involves a level of voyeurism or intrusion. I want my images to create a tension based on phobic response, whether it's a fear of falling or drowning. I want to elicit an active response to the representational image. Rather than intending to comfort the viewer, I want to challenge preconceptions". Werger has exhibited internationally and has works in several collections, including the Boston Public Library, the Brooklyn Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and The Garver Gallery.
The showruns April 4-28. Open to the public. Free admission. Handicap accesible.

Susan Baehmann

Susan Baehmann Aug 01, 2019 to Aug 30, 2019
Born 1945 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
B.F.A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1978

My primary interest is in the never-ending variance of moods, shapes, forms, and colors to be found in nature. The significance of objects and how they relate to each other on paper become arrangements of my impressions of reality.

The monotype reflects my own feelings. The beauty of the landscape may be viewed as an escape from crisis and pain. There is a deep and personal context being expressed through mood, depth, and color of the work. I invite the viewer to look beyond the subject matter.

Gallery Night

Gallery Night Oct 01, 2019 to Oct 31, 2019
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Harold Altman

Harold Altman Mar 01, 2019 to Mar 31, 2020
Harold Altman was born in New York City in 1924. He attended the Art Students League, the Black Mountain College, the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris, and was a graduate of the Cooper Union Art School. Since From 1962 till his death in 2003, he lived in the central Pennsylvanian village of Lemont, where a nineteenth century frame church served as his studio.