JOIN US FOR FIRST THURSDAY
Simply register for a time, wear your mask and we'll see you there!
With three newly installed exhibitions to show off, we're offering a limited number of guests first crack at seeing them the evening of Thursday, May 6. Start with a drink on the roof, and then make your way through the galleries (socially distanced, of course).
Spaces are limited to 10 people per time slot so if you're interested,
you must pre-register here.
You can also see the work during normal gallery hours (Tue-Sat, noon-4pm)
when the shows open Thursday.
MAY EXHIBITIONS AT THE STUDIOS, OPENING THURSDAY, MAY 6 AT NOON
ON VIEW MAY 6-27, 2021
On view in the Sanger Gallery
Wild Observations explores change in wildlife corridors, combining scientific research with artistic interpretation. The paintings, installations and photo-based works featured recount ecological and cultural studies of observations occurring in our wild places. These color drenched works include mammals, birds, botany and landscapes, some layered with correlated scientific data.
sponsored by S/V Argo Navis-Hindu Charters
On view in the XOJ Gallery
The past year has pulled Nowak’s attention in a hundred different directions—a new gallery and a new baby—for starters. As always though, her painting practice has been a constant. With her latest endeavor JAG Gallery off the ground, Nowak is ready to once again share her own incredible work with the community.
sponsored by Thirsty Mermaid
On view in the Zabar Project Gallery
Artist Kristyn LaMoia sees the world from all sides. Her inaugural Key West exhibition explores how the space we see, what we experience, is informed by our subconscious. By delving into, what she terms as, “the absurd beings of our subconscious mind”, LaMoia invites viewers to experience a surreal inner world replete with fantastic, sometimes funny inhabitants. The clean, delicate style of her work balances her perceptions of a sprawling otherworldliness.
sponsored by Moondog Café and Bakery