September 9 - October 14, 2017
Louis Watts is a Carrboro, North Carolia-based artist. The drawings in the exhibition "were completed on a daily basis over the course of several months in 2016, and were driven by exploring questions about factory art production methodology, the idea of transcendence through quotidian labor, reflections of power dynamics, ideas of structural, or "object", drawings, attention to secular mysticism and drone philosophy, as well as speaking to the vernacular of repetitive band posters in urban environments."
The Gray Contemporary’s main gallery space will feature black acrylic skin paintings in which Iowa City-based artist Robby Scott explores memory and psychological associations with formal investigations...Read More
A show of works by Otis Jones. From the gallery: “Working with acrylic on canvas stretched around irregular shaped laminated plywood, Jones invest’s in the physical...Read More
A show of ten paintings by Montreal-based artist Matt Feyld. The pieces in the show have subtle color variations—they are white, off white, and light grey. They...Read More
A show of recent paintings by Dutch artist Udona Boerema. The works in the show use a reductive manner of painting in which the artist applies thin...Read More
A group exhibition in celebration of the gallery’s second anniversary. Featuring works by Theresa Anderson, Udona Boerema, Mary Bucci McCoy, Amber Cobb, Deb Covell, Robert Dunne,...Read More
In Other Words is a show of recent works by Shawn Stipling. In his art, Stipling aims to create an intimate and private dialogue with the viewer....Read More
An exhibition of acrylic paintings by Netherlands-based artist Aimée Terburg. From the gallery: “Starting with a subjective use of color, composition and gesture formed by her associations...Read More
Two exhibitions featuring the work of Mary Bucci McCoy and Aimée Terburg. McCoy’s works in inspired by her background in ceramic sculptural work, and Terburg creates paintings on...Read More
An exhibition by Erin Lawlor and Jai Llewellyn. The show includes a series of diluted paints on paper, as well as small geometric forms on canvas.
An exhibition of paintings by Douglas Witmer. The artist on his work: “I see my work as offering a clear alternative in a visual culture dominated...Read More
An exhibition of works by Theresa Anderson and Amber Cobb. While both artists have interests in color, texture, material and process, Anderson’s work stems from objects used...Read More
Not For Pleasure Alone, Objects 2007-2015 is an exhibition of works by John Tallman. His process uses urethane casting resins to communicate themes of light and...Read More
An exhibition of recent work by Brooklyn-based artist Raphael Zollinger–a series of pigment prints on aluminum that explore the deterioration of photographs through reframing, doubling,...Read More
An exhibition of acrylic paintings on panels by artist Bucci McCoy, influenced by her background in ceramics
An exhibition of new minimalist abstractions by artist Jeffrey Cortland Jones.
An exhibition of new works by Denver-based artist Amber Cobb exploring vulnerability and sensuality–a series of afghan blankets stretched on panels and layered with silicone.
An exhibition of works by Melbourne-based Emma Langridge and New York-based Texas artist Jonathan Cowan.
An exhibition of paintings by Lucinda Cobley and sculptures by Michael Crowder.
Painting, painting, and painting! By some smart painters!
Group show with Christopher Derek Bruno, Mary Bucci McCoy, Ron Buffington, Galen Cheney, Jeffrey Cortland Jones, Myongwon Kim, Dmitri Obergfell, Nathan Westerman, Douglas Witmer and...Read More