I am grateful for the opportunity to exhibit my artwork in these four galleries. From the soon to open Dancing Dog Gallery, which is looking for support on Kickstarter, to River’s Edge Gallery celebrating 30 years of showcasing Detroit area artists.
Dancing Dog Gallery
Opening Soon Dancing Dog Gallery in Ann Arbor.
will be a co-op gallery which will showcase artwork by it’s founding members; Sophie Grillet
, Bill Knudstrup
, Matruka Sherman
, Missy Cowan
, Sarah Clark Davis
, Molly Indura
, Susan Clinthorne
and Susan Finley
as well as associate and visiting artists. It will also add to the Ann Arbor Art scene by scheduling exhibits, workshops and other community events.
Black Door Gallery
Black Door Gallery, soon to Celebrate it’s second year in Tecumseh
will be hosting it’s Annual Plein Air Paint Out
and Artist Reception in Downtown Tecumseh August 9th. September 26th the gallery will participate in Downtown Diva at Dusk.
Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti
has a gift shop and exhibitions including Local, Michigan, Regional and National artists. Currently the Gallery is hosting the annual Ann Arbor Women Artists
Summer Exhibit. Artists have until September 9, 2013 to enter their “Great Lakes Small Works Exhibit.”. It’s open to anyone 18 or older living in any of the eight Great Lakes States.
River’s Edge Gallery
River’s Edge Gallery in Wyandotte
did a Pop-Up Space in Detroit
in June of this year. Their gallery continues to be a hub of excitement and community after all these years. In August they will host an exhibit of artwork from the board of Women’s Caucus for Art in Michigan.
All four of these galleries are spaces vital to their downtown communities. I’d like to give a special thanks to the gallery founders and directors who have helped to support and influence me as an artist, as I continue to emerge. Thank you; Matruka Sherman, Susan Amstutz, Dee Overly, Patt Slack and Jeremy Hansen.