Charles Goldman RE>CRETE>WORKS at 337 Project Space

“The idea of ‘sculptural guilt’ has lead me directly to working with renewables and found materials. For me, making is about asking questions; thinking with our hands… I believe that art’s purpose is in asking them. ”

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Current Exhibition at 337 Project Space Features Expressive Abstract Paintings

This little exhibit is a gem of painterly expression.

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.”

Eye Candy: Feel/Reveal at 337 Project Space

Feel/Reveal is an exhibition of works with intriguing surfaces created from commonplace materials.

Learn ‘How to Play Guitar’ at 337 Project Space

The… lines between musician, writer, photographer, painter, sculptor… don’t hold their shape here.

Cabaret Duimstra: Construct at 337 Project Space

337 Project Space features an exhibition highly reminiscent of Dada art, 100 years after the establishment of the movement in Zurich

Through The Past Brightly: Niki Lederer speaks about ‘Found Color’ exhibit at 337 Project Space

Niki Lederer "Fantastic Brickplastic" diptych (detail). Photo: John Berens

The two artists combined works create a burst of color that transforms the 337 Project Space into something resembling more of a psychedelic preschool playroom than art gallery.

“Process/Result” Opening at 337 Project Space

“Process/Result” is the second show at 337 Project Space, Tom Duimstra’s recently-opened art venue. The opening is scheduled for 6-9PM Friday, November 6, to coincide with Avenue of the Arts First Friday. Visitors during this time can enjoy a live performance of electric cello music by Russell Gorton.

Tom Duimstra brings beguiling sculptures to UICA in “Zero +”

By Steven Davison Grand Rapids artist Tom Duimstra has been an activist and advocate for Outsider art for nearly three decades.  His tireless support for the Grand Rapids art scene over the years is evidenced in the “Camera and Collage” show he curated for the Avenue for the Arts in the spring 2013.  “Camera and … Continue reading

Imposing order on Chaos: Clusterf*ck at Craft House

On the back door of Craft House, there is a sign that reads, “This is not a bathroom. When you urinate here, it drips into our kitchen.  Please be courteous or we will call the police.”  It occurred to me that the exhibition currently on display at Craft House, is like that sign, an attempt to manage … Continue reading