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FLIGHT: A Virtual Artsy Exhibition

April 8, 2020

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the gallery's closure for the foreseeable future, we are working hard to keep our artists and the gallery afloat. These are unprecedented times. We hope those of you who are in a position to do so, will continue to support artists and the arts through the acquisition of new art.

The idea of remaining afloat spurred the concept for an exhibition focused on flight, who - or what - flies, flying during these difficult times, technology and its relationship to flight, and of course the fact that our non-human companions on this planet are likely oblivious to our plight.

The works included in FLIGHT examine the concept of flight, not only that of birds and butterflies, but also satellites. Monica Aiello's mixed media painting of the Town of Jackson and studies of the National Elk Refuge and Blacktail Butte as seen from satellites in space offer a unique and interesting perspective. Other works in this exhibition include sculpture by Claire Brewster, Matt Devine, Ted Gall, Gwynn Murrill, and Chris Reilly; paintings by Susan Goldsmith, Peter Hoffer, Jeremy Houghton, Anastasia Kimmett, KOLLABS, Douglas Schneider, Hunt Slonem and Les Thomas; and Dennis Hlynsky's still photos taken from his videos of birds and moths. 

CLICK HERE to view the show. 


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