Call to Artists: All the Feels – February Exhibition at SPACE!

Call to Artists: All the Feels

‘All the Feels’ seeks submissions of artwork that exude emotion, feeling, and cause reactions! Whether in the creation process from the artist, in the content of the piece, or in the response from the viewer while taking in the work, we want to feel something. All artists working in all mediums are encouraged to apply! Deadline: February 2, 2020

February hosts Valentine’s Day, so we are encouraging love and kindness, though that is not the whole vibe! The Space Gallery aims to raise the heart rate of those engaging with the show in many ways. Think breathtaking, think quiet reflection, think grief, think infatuation, think with your gut….all of it…we can’t wait to experience it!

Abstract work can be incredibly moving, stories can be told through sculpture, and passion placed in portraits is all fair game. Upload images of your work for this curated exhibition and we will be in touch if the work fits in with the story line of this emotional group exhibition for the month of February at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery!

Apply Here: All the Feels Application Form

Details: Juried and Curated, you will be notified if 1 or more of your pieces make the exhibition.

Deadline: Open now through February 2, drop off times to be announced for February 4 – 6.

Entry Fee: $15 per artist, $10 for members at drop off, ONLY if your work is selected. To apply is free!

Exhibition Duration: February 7 – February 29, 2020
First Friday Art Walk Opening Reception: Friday, February 7 from 5 – 9pm
Open Gallery Hours: Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm

We look forward to seeing your work!

The First ‘First Friday’ of the Year! ‘Small Works’ Continues

Small Works

First Friday Art Walk Reception

Friday, January 3rd from 5 – 9pm

Exhibition Duration: Open Thursdays – Saturdays through January 18, 2020

Small Works by Longina Smolinski and Kim Bombard

Now’s your chance to shop ‘small’ and bring a pop of color and interest into any area of the home or office! Perfectly sized for gift giving, our annual Small Works exhibition has hundreds of pieces and something for everyone.

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery is open Thurs-Sat 12-5pm!

Join us this evening from 5 – 9pm for complimentary wine and food as we close out the final weeks of this gorgeous exhibition. You may take the work with you upon purchase in this completely full show! Work is already leaving the walls, so stop in while you can. See you soon!

Ashley Roark with her artwork in the exhibition!

 

Artwork by Teresa Celemin, Lucie Stein, Aaron Stein, and Will Patlove

Artwork by Matt Larson and John Berkey

October Exhibition: ‘Dark Matter’ – Final Weekend!

Dark Matter

Opening Reception: Friday, October 11 from 5 – 9pm
Closing Reception: Friday, November 1 from 5 – 8pm

October 11 – November 2, 2019
Open Thursdays – Saturdays from 12 – 5pm

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery is honored to host our 11th annual ‘dark arts’ exhibition this fall with the third edition of ‘Dark Matter’. The group exhibition showcases work from artists expressing how they interpret their views of the known and unknown world through artworks that are not always cheery and light, albeit still aesthetically pleasing. Work presented also takes a hard look in regards to our current time and place in the world, politically, socially, and diving in to current topics such as the climate crisis.

‘Sunburned Baby’, oil, spraypaint on panel, Teresa Celemin

See you Thursdays – Saturdays from 12 – 5pm @ 266 Pine Street, Burlington, Vermont

‘Twilight’ mixed media, Andrew Prendimano

July 2019: ‘Cadence’ A Fiber Arts Exhibition

Cadence

A Fiber Arts Exhibition

July 5 – 27, 2019

Mixed Media and Fiber Art By:
Almuth Palinkas, Eve Jacobs-Carnahan, Leslie Roth, and Sharon Webster

‘Garden of Repose’ tapestry by Almuth Palinkas

First Friday Art Walk, July 5th from 5-9pm

Artist Talk and Poetry, Friday, July 19th from 6-8pm

‘In the Marsh’ mixed media by Eve Jacobs-Carnahan

The word Cadence, has rich associations. In jazz, it signals rhythm, flow and inventive solos in the company of others. Each of the four artists in this show bring a distinct approach to their art, yet a common thread – literally – ties these diverse and lively pieces together. Their work reflects deep engagement with their materials – and delight in the surprises and elaborations that spring from them.

‘Stitched Left Hand’ mixed media by Sharon Webster

Enjoy and see you during First Friday Art Walk, the Artist Talk, or all month long Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm!

March Exhibition: ‘On The Dotted Line’ Solo Show by Ashley Roark

‘On The Dotted Line’

Solo Exhibition by Ashley Roark

March 1 – 30, 2019
Open Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm

Unique 12 color palette created exclusively by Ashley Roark for a show filled with screenprinting, collage, painting, installation, and video!

‘Making it Work’ monoprint collage by Ashley Roark

Ashley Roark’s signature style of creating collaged assemblages in minimalist color palettes has translated nicely to screen printing in her latest series of works! Roark sought out to learn the screen printing technique as a way to broaden her knowledge of processes, with the goal of finding a new way of mark-making in her own hand. Translating her distinct art language into a new medium has opened up a world of unique possibilities through monoprinting.

‘Place Mark’ ink, charcoal, graphite by Ashley Roark

Each piece is created through gestural movements with ink, she likens to dancing, that are then pulled through a screen. Later the work is curated and cut into shapes that find their final form in collage. In addition to collage, ‘On the Dotted Line’ features expressive paintings and unique sculpture by Ashley Roark that will solidify the artists style to the viewer, in a cohesive new body of work.

‘All Dolled Up’ monoprint collage by Ashley Roark

Enjoy and see you soon!

‘Small Works’ Continues for January, 2019

Happy New Year from Space!

First Friday Art Walk January

‘Small Works’ Exhibition Continues!
Friday January 4th – Saturday 17th

‘It Was So Cold on Shelburne Bay Last Winter’, encaustic by Jessie Polk

Sevendays newspaper so aptly states about our continuing exhibition….

“You’ve put away the holiday decorations, dragged the tree to the curb and made a New Year’s resolution: to buy some art for yourself. At Burlington’s S.P.A.C.E. Gallery, a whole exhibit full of petite artworks by Vermont artists measure no more than 12 inches, yet come in a big variety of styles and mediums. Consider decorating all of your rooms.”  We couldn’t agree more!

‘Sailing Dory’, acrylic by Tim Neiley

Join us every First Friday Art Walk from 5-9pm for complimentary wine and refreshments as you decide which pieces to take home with you!

‘Moonlit Haybales I’, oil on panel by Paul McMillan

 

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery’s 10th South End Art Hop!

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery’s 10th South End Art Hop!

Friday, September 7th marks our 10th year of Representing the South End Arts District during the largest Art Event of the Year!

‘Sewing Pairs’ mixed media on paper, on panel by Scott André Campbell

Annual Group Exhibition of Studio Artists, Gallery Members, and the Local Creative Community

South End Art Hop: September 7 – 29, 2018

Friday, September 7 from 5pm – midnight
Saturday, September 8 from 10am – 10pm
Sunday, September 9 from 11am – 5pm

Open Gallery Hours all month: Thurs-Sat 12 – 5pm

‘Teeth Dreams’ still of 30 minute intuitive collaborative performance outside The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery 9/7 & 9/8 at 9pm​

The Space Gallery takes over The Soda Plant every year in September to welcome members of the creative community to showcase their unique work to a crowd of thousands for the South End Art Hop. The three day event will host 7+ artist vendors inside and out, performance art Friday and Saturday night at 9pm, food trucks, sculptures, and pop-up espresso/wine/and boutique cocktail bar in the newest part of The Soda Plant building welcoming our new neighbors… and we’re curating the art! 13 studio artists that surround the gallery open their doors to the public so you can see where they make their work year-round. The gallery exhibition featuring 70+ artists is open all month long as well and you can expect artwork of every medium from fiber arts, ink on paper, collage, book arts, metal sculpture, photography, to classic works on canvas. The diverse range of talents is on display to show off the best of the local art scene…and just about everything is for sale. Enjoy!

‘Meet Mario’ acrylic on canvas by Dierdra Michelle


Participating Weekend Art Vendors:

Gabriele Baumann, kiln formed glass
Kristin Richland, acrylic, watercolor, ink
Jon Testa of ‘Mean Folk’, patches, pins, sarcastic garbage Jess Polanshek, illustration, pen & watercolor
Nikki Laxar, whimsical watercolors and inklings
Megan Rose, paper cranes, jewelry, wire tree sculptures
Instant Art Shop, featuring Kolaj and Vermont Art Guide
Norman LaRock, recycled metal sculpture

Participating Year-Round Studio Artists:
Frank DeAngelis, acrylic, oil, digital photography
Tim Neiley, oil & acrylic
Chris Dunwoody, photography, collage, painting
Alex Costantino, ceramic, painting, sculpture
Longina Smolinski, acrylic, monoprints, jewelry
Blake Larsen, acrylic paintings & opaque watercolors
Jake Rifken, wire sculpture 
Jeff Bruno, painting, graphite, charcoal
Trav Fryer, multi/mixed media
John Berkey, painting, photography, mixed media
Andrea Currie, wooden sculptures, painting, illustration
Mark Eliot Schwabe, steampunk wearable art, dollar door
Christy Mitchell, collage, mixed media assemblage
Participating Gallery Artists All Month Long:
Louella Richer, acrylic, watercolor
Corrine Yonce, acrylic, oil paintings
Matt Larson, painted/printed paper collage
Tinka Martell, mixed media paintings
Orah Moore, collage
David Russell, acrylic
Robert Waldo Brunelle JR, acrylic 
Martha Hull, cute + deadly drawings and paintings
Brendan Bush, acrylic
Tina Logan, oil, gouache, acrylic
Todd Logan, papier-maché sculpture & wall hangings
Danielle Jatlow, ink on paper
Lauren Mazzotta, photography
Kara Torres, acrylic, mixed media, textiles
T. Kirby Bloom, acrylic on layered wood shapes
Stephen Sharon, abstract expressionist acrylic
Meili Stokes, gouache
Mary Jo Krolewski, fiber sculpture 
Nikki McCulloch, acrylic, oil pastel
Howard Center Arts Collective, mixed media
Champlain College Art Gallery, digital & mixed media group show
Lisa Fowler, wood, metal, & fiber sculptures
Kylie Dally, linoleum block prints
Janet Bonneau, oil 
Ali Barritt, mixed media assemblages
Dorsey Hogg, altered books
Teeth Dreams, multi media sound performance by Wylie Garcia, Adam DeMassi and Andrew Marlfox 
Andrew Prendimano, pen & ink, markers, dyes, colored pencils
Jessie Polk, encaustic, 3-D pen, mixed media
Sharon Webster, mixed media assemblages
Marian Willmott, oil paintings
Jane Ann Kantor, mixed media, metallic acrylic on panel
Katie Harrington, acrylic, ink, natural fiber
Travis Alford, acrylic painting 
Dierdra Michelle, acrylic
Anna May Sisk, mixed media
Barbee Hauzinger, collage
Matt Morris, acrylic painting, illustration
Will Patlove, acrylic sculptural paintings
Danny LeFrancois, mixed media
Tyler Jackson, acrylic
Scott André Campbell, mixed media on paper, on panel
Alaina Hall, acrylic, mixed media
Stephen Zeigfinger, acrylic, mixed media
Jesse Miles Snyder, acrylic
George Stampul, pen & ink
Elisa Freeman, colored pencil, mixed media
Jme Wheeler, digital paintings & prints
Hilary Glass, pen & ink illustration and prints
Eric Eickmann, urethane, acylic on canvas and panel
Frank DeAngelis, acrylic, oil, digital photography 
Longina Smolinski, acrylic, monoprints, jewelry 
Claire Stoner, ceramic 

‘Within’ acrylic painting by Longina Smolinksi

For purchases and inquiries email spacegalleryvt@gmail.com or text an image of your favorite piece to get information on the artist or purchasing the work to (802) 578-2512.