Saluting Our Community's Creative Spirit
The power and meaning of art is never more important than in difficult times, and we're proud to salute members of the Gallery System community who are keeping the creative spirit alive and well. If you'd like to share your display, tag us on social media (#GallerySystem), or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
"Rehanging all my pictures was my first completed project under COVID-19 hunkering in," says Kayla Epstein
The Massachusetts Art Education Association gallery in Boston's Transportation Building showcases outstanding work by students from across Massachusetts
High Point School in Bergen County, NJ, shows student work in a stairway gallery that hopefully will be back in business soon.
Artist Sophia Beccue's front entrance hallway serves as a rotating gallery for her new artworks.
The Harry Bertoia Foundation gallery, Saint George, Utah, honors the lifetime achievements of a multifaceted modernist
The Art Cottage in New Braunfels, Texas, has elegantly tall watercolors by artist Gay Fly ready and waiting for future visitors
Virginia Artist Sandra Lynn McClelland Lewin creates works that seek to elevate the spirit and motivate peaceful reflection
Avid traveler and photographer Steve Kent fills his home with vivid prints of shots from far-flung locations
Artist Ken Church's depiction of a challenging climb inspires, while also suggesting some advantages of staying close to home!
Holiday decorations make any home homier, and James Winkler uses his Gallery System to create a "Modern Victorian Living Room Gallery"