Gallery spaces these days have expanded far beyond the typical white-walled, NYC (or insert big city here) space…and this is a great thing as it opens up so many more opportunities for artists to show their work and for it to be seen by a wider range of people! One of these newer spaces that I really enjoy exhibiting my work in is Nails in the Wall Gallery, located within the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Metuchen, NJ.
This Saturday, 1/24, from 2pm-5pm, the newest exhibition opens up with a fascinating reception featuring in-depth talks with some of the artists about their work and how it relates to the current theme of “Revelation/Revolution” and how this applies to all forms of “organized religion”. I’ll have the 2 pieces in this blog in the show along with works from other artists from across the US! If you’re in the area, please join us…here’s more info. supplied by the gallery:
Nails in the Wall, the Metuchen art gallery sponsored by St. Luke’s Episcopal Church (17 Oak Ave. / Metuchen),
will begin its 2015 Season Saturday, January 24, 2-5pm, with REVELATION / REVOLUTION.
This exhibit will include work from nearly twenty artists both from around the U.S.
as well as outside the country, with art that focuses on the power of God’s Word.
Local photographer David Glasofer will speak at the Opening,
along with Teaneck sculptor Anthony Santella,
Ontario, Canada artist Shakil Kahn and Sara Paige Hoag from Urbana, IL.
Join us for this free event with high quality art and refreshments provided by the Metuchen Inn!
The exhibit, which includes painting, photography, mixed-media and free standing sculpture,
runs from January 24 through May 31, 2015.
The gallery is open daily. Times and other details can be found at www.nailsinthewall.com