Flex Gallery and the Work of Angelica Hay

“I was interested in art since I was very young. It was my passion. I just wasn’t brave enough to follow through with it when I was younger. There was a constant reminder that other things were more practical and that art could always be a hobby. I chose to take what I was told was the most practical route.”

Flex Gallery and the Work of Madison May

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 past week and a half, I have been wearing the work of Madison May, a local printmaking and sculpture artist and recent graduate of Kendall College. I spoke with her last week to learn more about her work and her creative process.

A Deeper Look

The public is invited to attend the closing reception of Influence from 7-9PM

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

Flex Gallery and the Work of Alyssa Roach

When you take art and a topic in social justice, I feel like it’s really powerful because it’s not just the information people are getting, it’s also engaging their imagination in another way… it creates a super powerful experience.

Megan Roach: Fiber Artist & Entrepreneur

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

Flex Gallery and the Work of Christopher Sutton

Zachary Johnson interviews artist Christopher Sutton about his artistic process and Flex Gallery, a mobile public art space.

A World on Display

Over his three decades working on the map, Gretzinger’s style has not remained stagnant. Instead, he has used the map as a framework in which he’s experimented with new techniques over the years.

Emerging Kendall Student Margeret Olson

“ I want [the viewer] to think about their own body. I want them to think about humanity. What keeps us together? What binds us? And what binds them?”