CCAI] presents its exhibition, "From the Ground Up," by artist Gil Martin at the CCAI Courthouse Gallery through May 24. For over 20 years Martin has made his own paint from natural earth pigments that he digs up from various sources in the western United States and his latest body of work has unmistakable references to Western landscapes.
CCAI presents its exhibition, "Smaller Works", by artist Gil Martin at the Community Center’s Sierra Room from March 1 – July 6, 2017. This is a companion show to his "From the Ground Up" exhibit in the CCAI Courthouse Gallery.
The Capital City Arts Initiative announces its exhibition, "High School Pic[ks] 2", at the Community Development Building [the Brick], 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City. Over forty artists from Carson, Dayton, Douglas, and Pioneer high schools have work in the exhibit. "High School Pic[ks] 2" includes a wide variety of art media including ceramics, collage, drawing, painting, and photography that show the diversity of the students’ creativity.
Artists who are featured in the Celebrating Life Master's exhibit have been involved with entering their work in the juried exhibit for several years and have won at least three or more awards over the years. Artist reception on April 20 from 530-730 p.m.
City of the World Art Gallery is excited to present our very own Founder and Executive Director, Roz Knight as our featured artist for April. A celebrated artist, Roz' work is by turn both colorful and whimsical. Her paintings speak volumes about the things she is passionate about in life.
Exploratory Surgery is an exhibition by Wendy Chambers that investigates the material connection between painting and the human body. The exhibition is comprised of paintings, each of which emphasizes the qualities of both paint and flesh – their color, viscosity, and texture.
Maureen Halligan’s SEE THE FOREST is an installation which asks the viewers to actively
The Carson Valley Art Association announces the opening of their art show, March 6, at the Copeland Gallery in Minden. The show runs March 6 through May 4. The Copeland Gallery is located at1572 US Hwy 395, Minden (corner of Hwy 395 and County Road).
Carson Valley Arts Council (CVAC) proudly presents photographer Nancy Florence who will be displaying her photography at the Copeland Gallery in Minden from May 9 through July 1. The exhibit can be viewed Monday through Saturday 10am to 5pm.
The College of Southern Nevada Department of Fine Arts will host an exhibition of interactive robotic artwork, video and related print materials entitled, “Light Play by Robot Army,” featuring the artwork of artist and engineer team Sarah Petkus and Mark Koch, who together are Robot Army.
A gathering of seven artist friends to exhibit together and think about how vulnerable and fragile we really are. This show will have 70 pieces for your viewing pleasure.
Over the past year, University Galleries has added three major collections of art in addition to several individual acquisitions to the Department of Art’s permanent collection.
Valerie Cohen’s exhibition Tree Lines corresponds with a forthcoming publication of the same name from University of Nevada, Press. Artist, writer, illustrator and environmental activist, Cohen is a renowned watercolorist and draftsman.
Annual thesis exhibition of artwork by graduating Master of Fine Arts student Tom Drakulich. To interact with the unfamiliar is to deal directly with personal intimacy.
DJD Foundation for Freedom of Expression welcomes you to celebrate the works of local veteran artists. All proceeds benefit the artisits and DJD Foundation for Freedom of Expression.
Extended through April 2017 by popular demand.
Gallery Hours: Tues, Thurs 10-3 and Sundays 12-5
The Gallery @South Valleys Library will feature botanical prints by Christine Cheney, Sue Gorman, and others.
DJD Foundation for Freedom of Expression is proud to present the work of Susie Deese on display from May 5 through May 24, 2017. The exhibit is free to view and a portion of the sales benefits DJD Foundation for Freedom of Expression.
The Sparks Museum & Cultural Center is proud to present the work of Valeriy Kagounkin, on display from March 30 to May 13. An artists’ reception with food and refreshments will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. April 7.
Join us for a beautiful spring exhibition of great artists: Monika Piper Johnson, Ronnie Rector, Will Barber, Mimi Patrick, Casey Clark, Anthony Arevalo, Anna Smith, Grey Wolf Leather Works and Pura Vida Sierras Art.