Tom Kredo: In the Basement

Pencil drawing from art class

I was born in Detroit, Michigan, the youngest of four with two  sisters and a brother. When I was only 5 my father died, and my stay at home mother […]

Ellie Honl: Part I

My name is Ellie Honl and I am currently an art professor at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. I am originally from Stevens Point, a city of about 35,000 in […]

Susan Stuart

Susan Stuart Painting Detail

It was while doing graduate work at the University at Albany that the size of my studio space influenced my painting. As a part time student, I was not provided […]

Jean K Stephens

The foundation for my artwork was laid in childhood–a mix of nature and art.  Growing up in Gates, a rural suburb of Rochester, New York, I spent hours out of […]

Chris Oliver

I grew up in southern New Hampshire, which is an amazing mix of idyllic small towns, strip malls, and beautiful pine forests infiltrated by power lines and dirt bike trails.  I have […]

Zach Dietl: Defining Your Space

Wear Flannel Everyday

My name is Zach Dietl. I’m a painter and sculptor, born and raised in Rochester New York. Currently I’m showing downstairs in Structurally Speaking as well as Upstairs at Main […]

Kelly Nye: Utilizing the Hand and the Machine

My current work is a unique hybrid of traditional handcrafted metalwork and laser cut modest materials such as cardboard and acrylic. As an educator, I have access to a range […]

At the Loom with Doerte Weber

Having returned to weaving after a long absence, I find myself inspired by Bauhaus Weavers. Most of these women entered the Bauhaus Community thinking they would produce art like the […]

Closed 7/28 through 8/3:

We will be closed to the public Friday, July 28 through Thursday, August 4 as we install our next exhibition, Inspired By Nature. Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, August 4 from 5 to 8pm!