Exhibition Dates: January 2 – February 29, 2020
Artist’s Reception: Saturday, February 15 at 1:00 – 4:00 pm
An engaging selection of the fine art photographs of Myles Gallagher is being shown in this superb solo exhibition. Myles says of his photographs, “It’s all about the light! Light and shadow have been the foundation of photography since the beginning.” Myles is an award-winning photographer who has been featured in Black & White Magazine and Still Point Arts Quarterly and has exhibited in prestigious galleries such as The Scarab Club (Detroit), Jules Maeght (San Francisco), and Attleboro Arts Museum (MA).
Exhibition Dates: March 6 – April 25, 2020
Artist’s Reception: Friday, March 6 at 5:00 – 9:00 pm
“Rewired” is an intriguing solo exhibition of objects and drawings from wire that is found all over the streets and alleys of Marfa, Texas. Chicago artist Joe Davis picks it up and gives it new life as wall installations, dimensional objects, and graphite drawings. Joe says about his work, “The accidental shaping of it by being crushed under truck tires, and the rusty colored surfaces, and even the texture of it has become thoroughly engaging to me.”
Join us for the opening reception on Friday, March 6 from 5 – 9 pm. Come and meet the artist, see his visually engaging work, and enjoy conversation and refreshments. The event is free and open to the public. The exhibition runs through April 25.
Exhibition Dates: November 26 – December 28
Visit the Gallery during December and browse our curated selection of fine art and gifts from five local artists: Martine MacDonald, Louise MacDougall, Theresa Moore, Melissa Porter, and Larry Zdeb. Shop local and give the gift of art to someone special.
Exhibition Dates: October 1 – November 23
Artist’s Reception: Friday, October 25, 5:00 – 9:00 pm
In her solo exhibition, artist Melissa Porter’s work is reflective of her life experiences and showcases her affinity for symbolism. Found treasures such as vintage clock cases, cigar boxes and photographs add their own character to the intimate story she narrates. In her work, you will find the influences of Joseph Cornell, Dwane Michaels, The Starn Twins and her travel experiences of different cultures and religions. Through her creative process, Melissa explores the concepts of permanence, boundaries, value and connection.
“Being an artist immersed in the creative process can at times be very isolating; because of that, much of my work reflects conversation I have with myself. It’s how I reflect on life’s events and conclude how I feel about my experiences.”
Exhibition Dates: August 10 – September 29, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, August 23, 5:00 – 9:00 pm
In her solo exhibition, artist Anita Stromberg explores different ways of expressing color, often by adding art papers, which creates an abstract mixed media style. Her work may have meaning, but she leaves much of the interpretation to the viewer.
Here’s a solo show that’s worth a serious look: Anita Stromberg’s “My Paintings. My Way.” at the nifty Color | Ink Studio gallery in Hazel Park. Masterful abstractions in acrylic and mixed media are a study in exuberance and control. Very fine work. —Michael Madigan
Exhibition Dates: July 5 – August 4, 2019
In this exhibition of photographs by award-winning photographer Eric Law, he works with both digital and vintage processes to explore a world of shapes, patterns, colors, and textures through abstract photographs. These attributes are visible, yet often unseen.
Exhibition Dates: June 1 – June 30, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 8, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
This group exhibition, curated by artist and poet Sharlet DI Giorgio, is of artwork by adult artists, inspired by artwork from child artists, with the art displayed side-by-side.
Are you interested in a solo or group exhibition in our Gallery? Do you have an idea for a themed show that you’d like to curate? We’d like to learn more about what you have in mind! Just send an email to us at Gallery@ColorInkStudio.com with a description of your proposed exhibition and attach up to 10 image samples of the artwork that would be included. We accept exhibition proposals throughout the year, and there is no cost to submit.
Exhibitions in the Gallery generally run for 6-8 weeks. If your proposal is accepted, there is a $50 exhibition fee payable when the exhibition is scheduled.