Current Exhibition


Joe Kight and Sara Essex Bradley2D3D2  

October 13 - November 4, 2018

Opening reception: Saturday, October 13, 6-9 pm
Artists’ Happy Hour: Thursday, October 18, 5-7:30 pm

Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays, 12-5 pm, except for Second Saturdays when hours are 6-9 pm. 

Local photographer Sara Essex Bradley will be exploring the dimensional boundaries of interiors photography, with colorful, large-scale, multi-layered compositions. Her process involves cutting out multiple prints of an original interiors photograph. The cut-outs are then re-photographed in a traditional still life table top setting, producing whimsical and slightly disorienting compositions.

Joe Kight is a non-objective sculptor in the modernist tradition whose art expands the boundaries of traditional sculpture. His new work, which may hang on the wall or stand freely, embodies sophisticated traits which rely on form and color interplay, and inspire greater inspection and introspection for the viewer. Whimsical and eye-popping color combine with subtle and expert engineering. Doug MacCash, art critic to New Orleans' “Times Picayune” has written, “Kight's sophisticated, streamlined, constructions are like visual haiku in which the natural world is reduced to a few perfectly selected syllables.”