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June 2018: ‘You Know What I Mean?’

You Know What I Mean?

June 1 – 30, 2018
Opening Reception: First Friday Art Walk, June 1st from 5 – 9pm

Longina Smolinski – ‘Running Into Yourself (2)’, acrylic on canvas

Modern day interactions with peers in social settings are often ripe with conversations that are meant to validate thoughts and reactions to daily occurrences. In a search for affirmation one party may ask, “You know what I mean?”

This question may be construed as a statement, seeking a confirmation rather than debate.

Blake Larsen – ‘Untitled 3’, acrylic on 140lb papier d’arche

The artist, while creating, is having a conversation with the piece in hand. Ultimately, the artwork is meant to serve as a statement to the future viewer, of which interpretations are limitless. Throughout history, abstract paintings often comment on an underlying subject matter or cultural reference.

Dan Siegel – ‘The Fountains’, acrylic on panel

‘You Know What I Mean?’ as an exhibition wants to be subjectless, though meaning can be found in all visual art if you look and think hard enough. The goal of The Space Gallery this June is to encourage the viewer to push back and see if they can in fact answer the question at hand, presented uniquely by each artist.

Ashley Roark, ‘Full Stop’, acrylic gouache on panel

Featuring work by:
Ashley Roark
Blake Larsen
Dan Siegel
Longina Smolinski
Steve Sharon

Steve Sharon, ‘In Bloom’, acrylic on canvas

May 2018: ‘Space Gallery Members Exhibition’

Space Gallery: May Members Exhibition 2018

First Friday Art Walk May 4th

Opening Reception:
First Friday Art Walk, May 4th from 5 – 9pm

Exhibition Duration: May 4 – 26, 2018

Gallery Hours:
Thursdays – Saturdays from 12 – 5pm


‘Theory of Relativity’ encaustic by Jessie Polk

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 in the arts. Everyone needs a first gallery exhibition and we have seen artists go on to New York City, Chicago, or stay right here in Vermont, fulfilling their dreams of becoming a full time artist and making a living at it. For all of May, Space Gallery Members showcase pieces of artwork that they are proud of, is new for them, or best exemplifies their specific style. This also serves as a pre-view of the artists work that we will be showing throughout the coming year.

‘She Could Not Sleep’ oil painting by Corrine Yonce

‘Just the Essentials’ photography by Lauren Mazzotta

For the viewer; accessibility to us means that someone may visit the
gallery who may not have been in a formal exhibition setting before
and ask any question and feel comfortable doing so. Artists may walk in as well with questions about how to show or price work, and receive advice or critiques on their portfolio. We take pride in showing artwork and will always do so professionally.

Anyone, anywhere may become a member of The Space Gallery. We look forward to working with you, and as always…..
Thank you for your support!

‘I Adore You Queen Mother of the New Galapagos’ by Andrew Prendimano

Full details and list of current artist members here.


‘May Membership Exhibition’
On View May 4 – 26, 2018
Gallery Hours: Thursday – Saturday 12 – 5pm

Become a Space Gallery Member Today!

Space Gallery Membership Drive & May Exhibition

2018 Members Show Call to Artists


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 in the arts. Everyone needs a first gallery exhibition and we have seen artists go on to New York City, Chicago, or stay right here in Vermont, fulfilling their dreams of becoming a full time artist and making a living at it. For all of May, Space Gallery Members showcase a piece of artwork that they are proud of, is new for them, or best exemplifies their specific style. Whether you have shown work countless times or never before, we can’t wait to see it!

New Member Jessie Polk, Theory of Relativity, sculptural encaustic

To the viewer; accessibility to us means that someone may visit the gallery who may not have been in a formal exhibition setting before and ask any question and feel comfortable doing so. Artists may walk in as well with questions about how to show or price work, and receive advice or critiques on their portfolio. We take pride in showing artwork and will always do so professionally. Thank you for your support!

Artist Member Brendan Bush, Untitled Abstract, acrylic

Anyone Near or Far May Join Today!

Fill out the following form to become an annual member of The Space Gallery. You may sign up to be involved as little or as much as you like! We host a new exhibition every First Friday of the month and can’t wait to share it with you!

Space Gallery Membership Form

The Space Gallery ‘Astronaut Mural’ by Adam DeVarney

The Space Gallery Membership Perks

-Subscription to Gallery Newsletter
-First Notifications on Exhibition Opportunities
-Open Call to Submit a Piece for Our Annual Members Show in May
-Advice and Critiques on Work From Gallery Director (anytime during gallery hours by appointment)
-Option to Submit Ideas for Group Exhibitions and Solo Shows
-Discounts on Any Exhibition with an Entry Fee (such as the South End Art Hop)
-Inclusion on the Gallery Members Page on the Website with Links to Your Work
-Promotion of Your Work as Applicable Online and in Social Media (tell us when you have a show somewhere, a new website, or work you’re excited about!)

….and finally, the pleasure of knowing you are supporting these programs not only for yourself, but for other artists and viewers!

If you decide to give more than the suggested membership fee, we will use those funds for hosting community exhibitions that do not make money through art sales, opening events, and for artists who may not have the ability to afford a membership at this time. Thank you! 

Email us at spacegalleryvt@gmail.com with questions anytime!