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Currently on Display:

“Oculi” A NEW SERIES BY TODD FIFE

“Oculi” (the plural of oculus, eye in Latin) are eye-like windows/openings in architecture. Todd Fife’s new body of work promises to open the viewers own “oculus” as they peruse through a collection of more than 20 images made from a combination of graphite, coffee, embellished acrylic and ink as well as gold, silver and copper leaf , each evoking a singular reaction unique to each individual. As the artist himself describes “The constant in this series are layers of oculi: antique oval frames used to focus on the subject’s eyes which look directly at the viewer, seeming to return your gaze. It is my hope to make the viewer aware of the experience of viewing art by feeling watched/viewed themselves.” His hope is easily realized as several of the pieces are tightly cropped mainly on the eyes. As a collective whole, the effect creates a direct relationship with the viewer from both understanding to judgement.

 MARCH 3RD – APRIL 5TH

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COMING SOON:

KEVIN CASTOR’S

“Will the Goyim’s Childrens Curse ‘Em?”
Spawn
The title of this exhibition of is a question that Kevin Caster, the perpetrator of the aforesaid display, will not answer for you. He invites  you to open your eyes and look. He also wants you to know, respect and love your true self and, for now at least, to leave it at that.
Additional details coming soon.
Save the date and join us for this special opening.
April 7th 2017 6pm