Alejandro Rubio: Twenty Years Forward

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St.

Alejandro Rubio marks his 20th year in the US as an exhibiting artist with a series of new paintings. Reflecting his keen observation of place, the artist includes his anthropomorphized landscapes, in which landmasses have an almost human presence. In addition to colorful cityscapes and abstracted views, Rubio shares his interest in creating space through […]

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Susan Tonkin Riegel: Marking Time

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St.

Susan Tonkin Riegel’s residencies in France over two years have yielded a dynamic new series of abstract mixed media work. Her compositions vibrate with gestural lines, both drawn and stitched, and saturated areas of color on paper and other surfaces. New two-dimensional work includes elements such as letters, symbols, and enigmatic figures, and two-sided pieces […]

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Judith Foosaner: Decameron

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St.

While in quarantine this past spring and summer, Judith Foosaner began to paint large sheets of cardboard on the ground with painterly calligraphic marks. By cutting the sheets into shapes and tacking them up on the wall, the artist noticed that her arrangement seemed to create a playful choreography of animate shapes in her studio. […]

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Sandy Whetstone: Beyond Pets

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St.

The Pence Gallery will have a new exhibit featuring ceramic sculpture by Sandy Whetstone. Her work explores and questions the relationship between humans and animals - how we assign human attributes to animals, or vice versa, and the importance of animals to humans. Whetstone’s pieces incorporate anthropomorphic and zoomorphic aspects, showing how we are all […]

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Judith Foosaner: Decameron

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St.

While in quarantine this past spring and summer, Judith Foosaner began to paint large sheets of cardboard on the ground with painterly calligraphic marks. By cutting the sheets into shapes and tacking them up on the wall, the artist noticed that her arrangement seemed to create a playful choreography of animate shapes in her studio. […]

Free Admission

Judith Foosaner: Decameron

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St.

While in quarantine this past spring and summer, Judith Foosaner began to paint large sheets of cardboard on the ground with painterly calligraphic marks. By cutting the sheets into shapes and tacking them up on the wall, the artist noticed that her arrangement seemed to create a playful choreography of animate shapes in her studio. […]

Free Admission