‘Unnatural Light’ Exhibition

‘Unnatural Light’

Opening Reception Details for March 13, 2020

‘Thousands of Islands’ by Alexander Costantino $750

Details on Friday, March 13 The Space Gallery takes the health of the creative community seriously. That comes in many forms;

First; We will be open tonight from 5 – 9pm but for a limited opening reception. We will host another reception in April or when it is safer to do so. We have disinfected everything and will not be serving food or drinks tonight. We have hand sanitizer at the front door and a hand washing sink. Please stay home and enjoy our social media posts and live feeds tonight if you are feeling nervous or unwell. We will limit access if it feels too crowded, so please make sure to move along to the outside or hallways as more people come in!

‘Luna Glow’ by Nikki Laxar, acrylic on canvas $150

Second; The health of the creative community also means financial support! We are in love with this unique exhibition where each piece illuminates and will post each piece and a post about the artists throughout the month on Facebook and Instagram @spacegalleryvt. We encourage you to buy work online and we will ship to you! Artists, music, and industry workers are at high risk now due to cancelled events and limited attendance. Please do your part to support this vital portion of our community through commissions and purchases of artwork. We need beauty and light now more than ever. Enjoy in person or from home tonight, thank you.
Sincerely, The Space Gallery

‘Plamps’ plexiglass, LED by Megan McAvoy Price on Request

‘All the Feels’ February Exhibition at The Space Gallery

‘All the Feels’

February 7 – 29, 2020

Gallery Hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 12-5pm

‘Gone Fishing’ by Jessica Avery

‘All the Feels’ features artwork that exudes emotion, feeling, and causes 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 all want to feel something!

‘Open as the Ocean, Free as the Sea’, by Alexandra Ottas

Join us this First Friday Art Walk from 5 -9pm for complimentary snacks, wine, and incredible artwork to view and purchase! We will be open during the impending snow storm, so get cozy indoors with us for this emotion filled exhibition!

‘Rhapsody in Blue and Green’ by Alan Shulman

 

 

Small Works Holiday Exhibition Open Now!

‘Small Works’

December 6, 2019 – January 18, 2020

Small Work by Barbee Hauzinger

First Friday Opening Receptions;
December 8, 5 – 9pm
January 3, 5 – 9pm

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Saturday from 12 – 5pm

The annual ‘Small Works’ holiday exhibition features art pieces that
are perfectly sized for gift giving or for any spot in your home or
office that needs a special pop of color and life! The Space Gallery
showcases work from all artists working in any mediums in this show,
as long as it fits in the criteria of 12″ or smaller in any direction
before framing. Choosing from a selection of hundreds of works, we
know you’ll find something you love, all while supporting the local
art community!

Small Work by Emily Francois

 

Call to Artists: Small Works! Holiday Exhibition at Space

Call to Artists: Small Works!

Holiday Exhibition at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery

All artists, working in any medium may display work in the annual Small Works exhibition…the only criteria is that the work measure 12″ or smaller in each direction (any framing or hanging systems can be extra)!

License Plate Postcard Assemblages by Aaron Stein

No pre-registration required! This exhibition is not juried, simply show up during drop off hours with your ready to hang artwork, an inventory sheet and an entry fee of $5 per piece. You may show between 1 and 10 pieces! See specifics below.
Email spacegalleryvt@gmail.com with questions or to inquire on shipping work into the show!

Brew Portraits by Shelley Walker

Drop Off Dates During Gallery Hours:
Friday, November 29th from 3 – 5pm (gallery opens at 3pm that day)
Saturday, November 30th from 12-5pm

Special Drop Off Time Outside Normal Gallery Hours:
Monday, December 2nd from 4-6pm
Tuesday, December 3rd from Noon – 1pm & 5 – 6pm
Wednesday, December 4th from 4-6pm

Last Drop Off! Hard Deadline of 2pm:
Thursday, December 5th from 12-2pm

What to Bring:

Your talented self! No matter if you’ve shown 10 times or 0 times, we are happy to show your work and assist with pricing questions.

Your artwork! Bring 1 – 10 pieces that are ready to hang on a wall or a pedestal. Ready to hang means that the work can easily go on one nail or a hook. Please add wire or a sawtooth hanger when possible.

An inventory sheet! Clearly write or type your name and contact info, followed by the title, medium, and price of each piece you are dropping off. Please write your name and title on the back of each piece so we can match the two up. We will handle all the labeling and sales. Artists will receive 60% commission of their set prices, paid 30 days after the exhibition closes.

Small entry fee! There is a $5 entry fee per piece submitted, everything will show and we do all the installation! Members to the gallery receive one entry free. If your work is priced under $40 inquire on a discounted entry fee. You may pay by cash or cc, inquire in person about paying with a check before you write it.

That’s it! The gallery will handle everything else, along with two public art receptions!

Work by Robert Waldo Brunelle, JR

Exhibition Duration:
December 6, 2019 – January 18, 2019

First Friday Art Walk Receptions:
Friday, December 6th from 5-9pm (South End Holiday Hop)
Friday, January 3rd from 5-9pm

Open Gallery Hours:
Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm
and by appointment

Invite your friends and fans and enjoy free wine and refreshments, while we host the perfect chance for viewers to purchase artwork sized for gift giving or for keeping anyplace in the home or office!

We look forward to representing your work, see you soon!

Our first ‘Small Works’ Exhibition in 2009!

Call to Artists: ‘Dark Matter’ Exhibition at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery

‘Dark Matter’ Exhibition Call for Art is here!

Submit up to 6 images of work for consideration here or online:

‘Dark Matter’ Online Application Form

Deadline is 11:59pm on Sunday, October 6th

11th Annual ‘dark arts’ exhibition to open on the 11th and close on Halloween!

Good luck and see you in October!

May 2019: Space Gallery Members Exhibition!

May Members Exhibition

May 3 – 25, 2019

First Friday Art Walk, May 3rd 5-9pm

‘Good Luck’, markers, colored pencils, charcoal pencils by Amanda Brunell

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery turns 10 this year! Thank you for 10 years of support!

The Space Gallery is built on ideals of being accessible; to artists
and viewers alike! For us this means that you may show your artwork
regardless of your age, medium, and experience level. This means that
someone may visit the gallery who has not been in a formal exhibition
setting and ask any question and feel comfortable doing so. We take
pride in showing artists work and will always do so professionally!

‘Uninhabited Islands’, acrylic on canvas by Alexander Costantino

For all of May, over 40 Space Gallery Members showcase nearly 100 pieces of
artwork that they are proud of, is new for them, or best exemplifies
their specific style. This group will form the pool of artists that
will be represented in exhibitions throughout the coming year, enjoy!

‘Wolves Who See the Underworld’, gouache by Meili Stokes

 

February Exhibition: ‘All the Feels’

All the Feels

February 1 – 23, 2019

Opening Reception, First Friday, February 1

In Background; ‘Awe’ by Jeremy Goldberg

So how does that make you feel? Art has the ability to bring on strong emotions in the viewer. In Florence, Italy there have been so many known cases of visitors fainting due to the overwhelming concentration of extraordinary works of art, that there is even a name for it, the Stendhal or Florence syndrome. This February, The Space Gallery aims to strike you with a bit of cupid’s arrow causing a rapid heart rate, a sense of awe, and falling in love with works of art that express their feelings in a multitude of ways.

‘Triangle Boy’ oil on paper by Jessie Polk

 

Artists were encouraged to showcase work that was created with emotion, where the content of the piece itself exudes emotion, or if the goal of the piece was to elicit an emotional response in the viewer. See for yourself if you can interpret the original intention. In many cases, there is more than meets the eye, and it simply must be felt.

‘Rythmic Pathway’ acrylic on canvas by Nikki Laxar

Paired with an artist made Valentine’s Day Card Swap! Participants may register through February 1st for a mailbox, or help yourself to some supplies while visiting and make your own Valentine’s Card…inspired by the work in the exhibition!

Hi Valentine by Jake Rifken