FIRST STREET GALLERY congratulates artist member John Rohlfing on his inclusion in The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s permanent collection and the museum’s upcoming exhibition, “Shapes from Out of Nowhere: Ceramics from the Robert A. Ellison Jr. Collection.” The exhibition showcases… Read more: John Rohlfing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
First Street Gallery artist Teresa Dunn has been selected as the featured artist for All She Makes inaugural publication to be released in spring of 2021. The cover artwork is from Dunn’s current project “Suspended Between the American Reality and… Read more: Teresa Dunn selected as featured artist for ‘All She Makes’
Three of Kathy A. Moore’s drawings were selected into the 42nd Annual Whitewater Valley Art Competition in Richmond, Indiana. The competition was open to artists living in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana. One of Moore’s drawings was awarded an… Read more: Kathy A. Moore’s work included in two online juried exhibitions
Take a closer look at Kathi Packer’s solo exhibition “Their / not there,” as the artist explains the inspiration behind her newest collection of #paintings. “Their / not there” is on view at First Street Gallery until November 28, 2020.
Art, whatever it takes – the Rome Art Program interview with Wendy Gittler. Click here to read the full interview.
Kathy A. Moore wins First Place Award in the annual “All-Ohio Landscape Competition” held at the Rosewood Gallery of Dayton, Ohio. Kathy A. Moore submitted two paintings which were jointly awarded $300.
Kathy A. Moore was accepted into the Prince Street Gallery National Juried Exhibition for 2020. The juror was artist Susan Lichtman. The full online exhibition can be viewed on Prince Street Gallery’s website.
Kathy A. Moore’s drawing “Abandoned Granary” is juried into the 2020 Maryland Federation of Art National Competition; “American Landscape”.
Kathy A. Moore received the $2,500 award ‘Best in Show’ at the Richmond Art Museum’s 121st Annual Juried Exhibition in Richmond, Indiana. Both of Moore’s works were selected and her still life drawing “Three of Hearts Still Life” won the… Read more: Kathy A. Moore receives Best in Show Award
Wendy Gittler reviews “John Walker: The Sea and The Brush” at the New York Studio School. Ms. Gittler writes that “the Studio School show is a good introduction to his innovative merging of the physical tactile world with a formal language… Read more: Wendy Gittler reviews “John Walker: The Sea and The Brush” at the New York Studio School