Tools for Change:Prints by Sarah Scott

Tools for Change
Artist Reception and Pop-up Shop Friday, June 3 from 7-9pm
The Sparrows
1035 Wealthy St SE

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Spellbound by Pastels: National Exhibition Rich in Color and Craftsmanship

The Great Lakes Pastel Society 2016 juried exhibition is on view at the Holland Area Arts Council through July 16.

Craft and the Uncanny: Mandy Cano Villalobos’ “Part of Me” at 337 Project Space

“Through meticulously executed pieces, the artist explores physical labor as both a meditative ritual and a futile exploit.”

Flex Gallery and the Work of Tag-Hartman Simkins

“…I went to school for English, but ended up doing creative writing anyway and mashed it up with art in the end.”

Flex Gallery and the Work of Rachel McKay

By Zachary Johnson In response to a lack of public art opportunities during winter, on January 11th, I launched Flex Gallery, a mobile public art space located on my left arm. For the project, I sent canvas armbands to six artists, requesting they turn them into artworks. Each artist works in a wide variety of … Continue reading

Actor’s Theater Presents “Rapture Blister Burn”

“We all have personal mythologies we cherish. The people we love go along with them but understand they are never going to happen.”

Where We Are, And Where We Are Going: Alynn Guerra at Forest Hills Fine Art Center

Guerra’s prints are alive with a duality of conscience and heart; her work is always imaginative, contemplative and searching for new possibilities.

Chorus of Flora: The Magical Realism of Mary Sundstrom

We are privy to the spectacle of the bayous’ inhabitants waking, growing, whirling, and calling to each other…

Megan Roach: Fiber Artist & Entrepreneur

I think there’s definitely that connection to personal histories with textiles..

Muskegon Museum of Art Showcases Exceptional Modern & Contemporary Art by African American Artists

Charles Henry Alston, Untitled:Couple, c. 1945-50 Common Ground at the Muskegon Museum, features art from three regional collections, chronicling the history of African American art from the 17th century through today. Its divided into five categories arranged thematically, with an emphasis on the past fifty years.   Aminah Robinson, Timelessness of Life: Pages in History, … Continue reading