Form + Content Gallery celebrates its first ten years (2007 – 2017) with a group exhibition of artworks by former and current artist members of the gallery.
Artists in the Exhibition
Robyn Stoller Awend, Christine Baeumler, Arlene Burke-Morgan, Crescent Collective (Laura Bigger, Artemis Ettsen, Teréz Iacovino), Jim Dryden, Elizabeth Erickson, Jil Evans, Camille J. Gage, Leah Golberstein, Jay Isenberg, Vesna Kittelson, Joyce Lyon, John Marshall, Lynda Monick-Isenberg, Clarence Morgan, Marty Nash, Kathryn (Kate) Nobbe, Howard Oransky, Mark Ostapchuk, Steve Ozone, Faye Passow, Jeff Rathermel, Michal Sagar, Kenneth Steinbach, Sandra Menefee Taylor, Jeff Wetzig, Jody Williams, Cameron Zebrun
January 24 – March 04, 2017
Form + Content Gallery presents Patterns of Dialogue, an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Clarence Morgan and Howard Oransky.
March 9 – April 8, 2017
- FORM + CONTENT presents BABEL LIBRARY, new sculptures by Vesna Kittelson.
April 13 – May 20, 2017
Form+Content Gallery is pleased to announce an invitational exhibition of 5 women artists: Lynn Geesaman, Valerie Jenkins, Shana Kaplow, Barbara Kreft, Jantje Visscher.
May 25 – July 01, 2017
- Form+Content Gallery presents I’m Here: Art in The Service of Memory, a 'social practice' exhibition organized by Sandra Menefee Taylor of curated artworks made in a 10-year span of one and one half hour classes with adults who are facing some form of cognitive memory loss.
July 06 – August 12, 2017
- Form and Content Gallery presents: bearly there, paintings and drawings by Marty Nash and Cheryl Wilgren Clyne. The exhibition includes works which explore various directions taken when an artist chooses a single mantra as their beginning point—in this case: bears. The bear image has permeated the work of Cheryl Wilgren Clyne and Marty Nash, in one form or another, over many years. Colleagues at St. Paul Academy and Summit School, this will be their first exhibition together.
August 17– September 23, 2017
Form+Content Gallery presents Travelers, an exhibition of new paintings and watercolors by Mark Ostapchuk.
September 28– November 04, 2017