Past Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

  • Susan Stamm Evans – Unspoken THREADS-3,-53'h-x-24'w-x-15'd

    October 16 – November 14

    Artist’s Reception: October 16 (Gallery Night) from 5-9pm

    Susan Stamm Evans​ continues to explore the human figure in her new ​series ​of bronze sculptures.​ The exhibition includes ​her​​​​ intimate​ “​Face Fragments​”​ ​​​and ​new​​ ​”​Threads​” and ​”​Interwoven “​ series, both containing her one​-​of​-​a​-​kind sculptures that appear woven. ​ Susan ​Stamm Evans expresses ​our connection to the universal human experience through the “common threads” that weave her abstracted faces​ ​and metaphorically intertwine us all.

  • Fred Stonehouse – A Peaceable Kingdom Fred Stonehouse

    October 16 – November 14

    Artist’s Reception: October 16 (Gallery Night) from 5 – 9pm

    Artist Talk: October 31 at 2pm

    Beautifully executed, Fred Stonehouse‘s work expresses his personal psychology and dreamlike vision as influenced by Renaissance painting, folklore, magic realism, and the unseen mysteries which abound in the world. In this exhibition Stonehouse delves deeper into the metaphor behind his crossbred animal paintings. Working from a biblical vision of harmony between all earthly creatures, Stonehouse’s​ new work strives to capture the realistic consequences of such unlikely animal pairings.

    ​The Gallery’s exhibition runs concurrently ​with the Fred Stonehouse exhibition at ​the ​Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA)​.​

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  • Flora Langlois – Paintings 004

    September 11 – October 10   Flora Langlois is a native of Costa Rica whose first inspiration is the natural world. Her Magic Realist paintings depict creatures amidst intensely detailed tropical fauna and suggest mystical tales and magical places. Langlois’s enchanting paintings seek to enter the natural world and explore “the spiritual connection of things natural to us and how all creation is united.” It is the rainforest’s complexity that influences her tangled and exuberant compositions.    

  • Laura Dronzek – New Paintings Laura Dronzek

    September 11 – October 10 Laura Dronzek‘s new collection of landscape and still-life paintings are intimate in size, but offer views of grand themes suggested with richly layered surfaces. Her imagined landscapes are composed of the most basic features: a horizon line, a sky, and a subject, but so carefully rendered, that each one is precious. An avid gardener, Dronzek explores the core properties of form and color in her floral still-lifes as she seeks out mystery found in everyday objects.

  • The Salon Show email_image2

    July 11 – September 5

    Artists’ Reception on Gallery Night, Friday, July 24 from 6 to 9 pm

    The Salon Show is the Gallery’s biggest exhibition of the year. Featuring new work by many of the top artists from the Midwest. Participating artists are: Tom Berenz, Mary Bero, Chris Berti, Craig Blietz, Mark Brautigam, Derrick Buisch, Mark Chatterley, Marion Coffey, Terrence Coffman, Ben Grant, Doug Hatch, Kathy Hofmann, Laurie Hogin, Mark Horton, Breehan James, Ed Larson, Clare Malloy, Cathy Martin, Nancy Mladenoff, Mark Mulhern, Charles Munch, Dennis Nechvatal,

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  • Harold Gregor – Midwestern Master Harold_Gregor_Here_at_Odd_Times_45x60_w

    May 29 – July 4   Artist’s Reception on Friday, May 29 from 5 to 7pm   Known as “America’s Heartland Painter,” Harold Gregor captures the vast beauty of the Midwest in a diverse range of styles. Included in the exhibition are “Flatscapes”, vibrant farmland scenes painted from a bird’s eye view and his latest series of “Vibrascapes,” and “Tanglescapes”, colorful abstract paintings which fuse intense color theory with spontaneous brushstrokes.  

  • Mark Forth – Modern Ballads Mark Forth

    May 29 – July 4 Artist’s Reception on Friday, May 29 from 5 to 7pm Mark Forth’s quiet figures occupy serene interiors filled with beautiful light. A minimum of curious objects hint at mysterious questions but provide no answers. Subtle coloration and striking detail are exquisitely rendered in these poetic paintings.


  • James Winn: New Paintings James_Winn_Untitled_Upstate_7_11x26_th

    March 7 – April 11 Artist Reception: Saturday, March 7 from 1 to 4 pm Long known for his far and wide horizons imbued with beautiful light, the Midwest master James Winn returns with a new body of work filled with the magic of nature’s beauty in a photo realistic style. His new body of work includes large scale panoramic landscapes from the Midwest and upstate New York.


  • Ron Isaacs – Other Selves: New Trompe l’Oeil Painted Constructions Ron Isaacs

    April 17 – May 23

    Artists’ Reception on Gallery Night, Friday, April 17 from 6 to 9 pm

    In his second solo exhibition at Tory Folliard Gallery, Ron Isaacs continues his 30+ year career of constructing and painting wood to resemble architectural clothing and other antique objects. Purposely devoid of figures, Isaacs invites the viewer to question what they are actually seeing. In this master’s hands, wood appears to be fabric, and leaves and branches are actually carefully constructed details. Combining trompe l’oeil painting with master wood assembling, Isaacs presents new sculptures that quietly demand a careful look to determine their true nature.

  • Doug Hatch – Urban Landscapes Doug_Hatch_Patience_34x50_th

    April 17 – May 23

    Artists’ Reception on Gallery Night, Friday, April 17 from 6 to 9 pm

    Doug Hatch is best known for his realistic paintings of urban scenes. Working in his studio from photographs, Hatch employs traditional methods of photorealism using strong diagonals, reflected surfaces, and transparent components to elucidate vibrant street scenes. Influenced by Edward Hopper and Richard Estes, Hatch is particularly interested in interpreting daily life. Vibrant, detail oriented and filled with movement, the paintings of Doug Hatch capture a place and time of day, perfectly.

  • Mary Jones: New Work Mary_Jones_STOP_HOLLERING_2_Mixed_Media_on_Hardboard_16x12_th

    February 14 – March 14

    Focusing on the details of daily life and childhood memories, Mary Jones’ cartoon like figures have an insightful character with a serious edge influenced by the Chicago Imagists. Fanciful at first glance, further study reveals the more serious side of life through bold strokes of paint and subtle touches of collage.



  • CHROMA Mark Ottens

    January 9 – February 28

    Artists’ Reception on Gallery Night, Friday, January 16 from 5 to 9 pm

    Artists’ Talk on Gallery Day, Saturday, January 17 at 1 pm

    Seven contemporary artists use color and abstraction to define space and structure. Artists include Tom Berenz, Derrick Buisch, Ben Grant, Mark Ottens, Jeremy Popelka, Jason Rohlf and Richard Taylor.

    The paintings of Tom Berenz blur the lines between realism and abstraction and imaginatively discuss ideological issues Derrick Buisch’s decades long practice of maintaining sketchbooks with ideograms of ordinary objects has resulted in distinct images of graphic motifs with surface tension Ben Grant forms a

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  • Tom Uttech – “The Spirit of the Forest” Tom Uttech

    December 6, 2014 – January 3, 2015

    Artist’s Reception: December 6, 2014, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm; Artist Talk at 2:00 pm

    Wisconsin native Tom Uttech returns for his ninth solo exhibition at the Tory Folliard Gallery.

    During his trips to the Boundary Waters between northern Minnesota and Wisconsin and the Quetico Provincial Park in Canada, Uttech gathers experiences and memories to fuel his new paintings. Mythic, atmospheric, and astoundingly detailed, this new body of work epitomizes his passionate interest in the​ wilderness.

    In the artist’s own words: “These paintings are all recollections of the magic I have found in the North Woods. They never depict any actual place. They

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  • Nancy Mladenoff – “More Ladies” 2012 The Ladies-Lee Cornish, stock car racer

    October 17 – November 15, 2014

    Opening & Artist Reception: Gallery Night, October 17th, 5:00pm – 9:00pm

    Through her colorful series The Ladies, Nancy Mladenoff explores the lives of American women who have found significant roles beyond that of wife and mother. Often unknowingly acting as mentors for other women, the heroes depicted in The Ladies are from all walks of life: science, the arts, sports and more. Mladenoff earned her MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and teaches painting at the University of Wisconsin. She has exhibited her work internationally, and The Ladies were included in the 2014 Wisconsin Triennial. The Ladies 2 is her

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  • Mary Alice Wimmer – “Earthly Delights” Mary Alice Wimmer

    October 17 – November 15, 2014

    Opening & Artist Reception: Gallery Night, October 17th, 5:00pm – 9:00pm

    Mary Alice Wimmer continues to enchant the viewer with her Vanitas compositions of specimens from earth, sky, and sea. Long captivated by the natural world, Wimmer an avid traveler and collector, paints vibrant, highly detailed watercolors that convey the transient nature of life. Also a skilled silverpoint artist, new drawings using this early Renaissance technique will be included in this exhibition.

  • Nathaniel Stern – “Rippling Images” Nathaniel Stern

    October 17 – November 15, 2014

    Opening & Artist Reception: Gallery Night, Friday, October 17th, 6:00pm – 9:00pm

    Artist Talk: Gallery Day, Saturday, October 18th, 1:00pm

    In his unique and now well-known printmaking process, Nathaniel Stern straps a desktop scanner, laptop and custom-made battery pack to his body, and performs images into existence. He might scan in straight, long lines across tables, tie the scanner around his neck and swing over flowers, do pogo-like gestures over bricks, or just follow the wind over water lilies in a pond. The dynamism between his body, technology, and the landscape is transformed into beautiful and quirky renderings, which are then produced as archival

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  • Cathy Martin – “This and That” Cathy Martin

    September 12 – October 11, 2014

    Opening & Artist’ Reception: September 12th, 5:00pm – 7:30pm

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    Gallery favorite Cathy Martin returns to the East Gallery for her fourth solo show. A long time farmer in Southwest Wisconsin, Cathy Martin is a self-taught painter who is a master of observation with a command of realism.

  • Mark Mulhern – “New Work” Mark Mulhern

    September 12 – October 11, 2014

    Opening & Artist’ Reception: September 12th, 5:00pm – 7:30pm

    This comprehensive group of new work by Mark Mulhern reflects his ongoing interest in the figure and still life. Introspective but unselfconscious, the work is filled with subtle gestures and freely painted locations that invite contemplation on the part of the viewer.

  • Trent Miller – “Meet Me at the Edge of the World” Trent Miller

    May 30 – July 3, 2014

    Continuing his investigation of form and color, Miller returns to the East Gallery with a new body of work inspired by the “healing machines” of Emory Blagdon. Neither completely representational or abstract, these paintings occupy the mysterious space between real and ephemeral.


  • “Summer in Wisconsin” Summer in Wisconsin

    July 12 – September 6 , 2014

    Exuding the energy of our favorite time of year, this comprehensive, triennial exhibition features new work by our many talented Wisconsin artists in a diverse collection of contemporary styles that range from abstract to realist.


  • Breehan James – “Way of the Wilderness” Breehan James

    May 30 – July 3, 2014

    We are pleased to introduce the rarefied paintings of Breehan James. A Wisconsin native, she is inspired by adventures in the wilderness including deer hunting in fall and canoeing the Boundary Waters in summer. James earned her MFA from Yale University and has studied Norwegian landscape paintings and drawings at the National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design in Oslo, Norway and the drawings of early Canadian explorers at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa.

  • Briony Morrow-Cribbs – “Terra Incognita”

    February 8 – March 8, 2014

    Employing the visual language of scientific objectivity, Briony Morrow-Cribbs explores connections between humans and animals. By placing creatures in psychologically complex situations, she invites the viewer to explore emotional nuances and relationships. A virtuoso of copperplate etching, Morrow-Cribbs uses an intricate system of dots, dashes, concentric lines and hand tinting to create highly detailed prints in the naturalist tradition.


  • “The New Still Life” Jeffrey Ripple

    April 25 – May 24, 2014

    Gallery Night and Day: April 25 & 26

    The New Still Life celebrates one of art’s greatest themes with a range of techniques from photorealistic to abstract by the Midwest’s best sculptors and painters. The exhibition includes glass sculpture by Beth Lipman and Stephanie Trenchard and new paintings by Melanie Parke, Clare Malloy, Lon Michels, Jeffrey Ripple, Dennis Nechvatal, and John A. Sayers and vintage works by John Wilde.

  • Bill Reid – “What Could Bee?” Bill Reid

    February 8 – March 8, 2014

    The painted steel sculptures that inhabit the world of Bill Reid are headliners from a fantastic mythology, imparting “Bee’s” stories of heroics, tragedy, comedy and drama. From Lilliputian to gigantic, his unforgettable characters may also double as mechanical toys, light fixtures, or pedal cars. Always a favorite in the Racine parades, Reid continues to delight and inspire with humor and whimsy. Reid has been awarded numerous public commissions and has work in the permanent collection of the National Music Museum, Vermillion, SD.


  • Chris Berti – “Concerning Nature” Chris Berti

    March 19 – April 19, 2014

    Sculptor Chris Berti is fascinated with the colors and textures of 19th century brick paving stones. The amazing warmth and variety will be evident in his small scale sculptures incorporating the brick’s shape, earth colors, and at times, text of the brick manufacturer with carved imagery. Berti, an active NCECA exhibitor, has been the recipient of numerous awards and has work in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington, DC; Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI; and the Frederick Meijer Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MI.

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  • The Modern Landscape Harold_Gregor_Say_it_Aloud_Vibrascape_247_45x60_w-733x550

    October 18 – November 16, 2013

    “The Modern Landscape” includes artists whose methods vary widely but who share a fascination with the natural world. A marvelous collection of landscapes from intimately scaled and highly detailed to grand, expressive studies in color. Peaceful pastoral scenes, vibrantly abstracted works and scenes of the west and Midwest are included in the exhibition.

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  • T.L. Solien – “the loneliest gods” T.L. Solien

    September 13 – October 12, 2013

    T.L Solien continues his exploration of the theme of westward expansion in this new body of work that includes paintings, works on paper, and sculptures. Solien delves into deep themes of American culture and the history of pioneer settlement, as he merges Ahab’s quest for the white whale with Americans’ quest for the West. Employing a myriad of personal, graphic symbols and eccentric characters, Solien is surreal and entirely original. By examining the lot of the common citizens such as mothers, mechanics, and firemen and portraying them in his singular style, Solien invites us to take a closer look at America’s history and

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  • Craig Blietz – “Creamery” Craig Blietz

    September 7 – October 12, 2013

    Craig Blietz returns to the East Gallery with a new series of work inspired by stories of an old creamery. His adroitly painted animals indirectly refer to the recently demolished creamery and, in a larger sense, the diminishing number of small dairy operations. Romantic, realistic, and oblique, Blietz’s paintings invite the viewer to reflect on our changing world.


  • “The Beast Within” : Images of Animals in Tattoo and Contemporary Art Ed Hardy

    July 12 – August 31, 2013

    Curated by Fred Stonehouse

    The heraldic nature of tattoos has historically tied its imagery to the symbolism of animals. If one could argue that tattoos constitute a sort of “psychic armor” then this imagery and symbolism seems to make complete sense and the pervasiveness of it in tattoo design is understandable. Of course, artists are drawn to animal imagery for a host of reasons, but for this exhibition we decided to focus on animal imagery in the art of tattooists and other artists as a way to think about the possible correlations and overlaps between related practices.

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  • Jason Rohlf – “Navigational Aids” Jason Rohlf

    November 30 – December 28, 2013

    Friday, December 6th: Artist’s Reception: 5 – 7:30 p.m.

    Saturday, December 7th: Artist Talk at 2 p.m.

    “Making navigational decisions is subjective to the individual and the inputs are sometimes contradictory. Through a combination of deliberate action and intuition the works hope to reflect back the myriad choices we all are confronted with on a daily basis.” ~ Jason Rohlf

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  • Jeffrey Ripple – “Portraits” Jeffrey_Ripple_Portrait_exhib

    June 7- July 6, 2013

    Jeffrey Ripple will exhibit his exquisite new portraits in the East Gallery.

    Artists’ Reception: June 7 from 5 – 7:00 p.m.

    Continue reading to watch a video of Jeffrey Ripple speaking about his new “Portraits” series.

  • Terrence Coffman – “Angels and Landscapes” Terrence Coffman

    June 7- July 6, 2013

    Terrence Coffman will exhibit new paintings in the main gallery.

    Artists’ Reception: June 7, from 5 – 7:00 p.m.

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  • Gladys Nilsson Gladys Nilsson

    June 7 – July 6, 2013

    Gladys Nilsson will exhibit new watercolors in the main gallery.

    Artists’ Reception: June 7, from 5 – 7:00 p.m.

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  • Gallery Night: 25th Anniversary Show 25th Anniversary of Tory Folliard Gallery

    April 19 – May 2, 2013

    Opens on “Gallery Night,” April 19, 2013.

    In honor of its 25th Anniversary, the Tory Folliard Gallery will host a special exhibition showcasing the talented artists that have made this tremendous occasion possible. For this occasion many of these painters, sculptors, and photographers will be exhibiting new work especially selected for this honored event.

  • COLOR! Derrick Buisch, "Monster Chart and CMY Chart in COLOR

    January 11 – March 9th, 2013

    Color is the wavelength composition of light and usually determined visually by measurement of hue, saturation, and brightness. In COLOR!, paintings and sculptures challenge the limits of our visual perception as regional and national artists analyze and confront this subject.

    Derrick Buisch, “Monster Chart and CMY Chart in COLOR!

    Derrick Buisch’s paintings are abstractions of everyday visual language with concentrated surface tension between background and symbols.

    Richard Taylor, Urban Bop, North Beach, powder coated aluminum

    Richard Taylor‘s sculpture expresses his appreciation for music in bright colors and

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  • John Wilde Remembered – November 30th through December 31st, 2012 John Wilde, A SECRET PLACE: WHAT SHIRLEY FOUND, 1978, Oil on Panel, 9 1/4 x 17"

    John Wilde, A SECRET PLACE: WHAT SHIRLEY FOUND, 1978, Oil on Panel, 9 1/4 x 17″


    John Wilde,(1919-2006) a celebrated Wisconsin artist had widespread influence with his peers of the Magic Realism movement. His deep love of drawing was the foundation of his painting which often depicted sequences of life and death in natural settings. He rendered his surreal subjects in a highly detailed, flawless manner and he was a master of the silverpoint technique. His imagery and style continue to intrigue and inspire many artists today. A selection of prints and paintings from 1946 through 2003 will be presented.

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  • Rodger Bechtold – “The Nature of Things” Rodger_Bechtold_Yellow&Grey3642hr_thumb

    January 4 – February 1, 2014

    Over time Bechtold has built a solid reputation for being a major contributor to contemporary landscape painting in the Midwest and beyond. His work is expressed with energy, painted with seemingly effortless brushwork and charged with color.


  • Jeremy Popelka – “Veiled Monuments” Jeremy Popelka

    January 4 – February 1, 2014 Master glass artist Jeremy Popelka returns with new sand cast glass sculpture inspired by an arcane view of objects and their surroundings. Gestural ornamental surface textures allude to other materials such as stone and fabric while translucent vibrant, glowing color infuses these sculptural forms with vitality.


  • Ben Grant – “I’ve Got on With It a Little All the Same” Ben Grant

    January 4 – February 1, 2014

    Grant’s paintings explore the potential for meaning in simple, bold, and colorful combinations of shape and dimension. Grant paints modular units to create strings of information that take on the form of a visual syntax.

  • Tory Folliard Gallery 25th Anniversary Exhibition! Tory Folliard Gallery, 233 N. Milwaukee Street, Milwaukee WI. Since 1988.

    Tory Folliard opened her gallery in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward in 1988. Since then, the gallery has been an important part of the art scene in Wisconsin as well as throughout the Midwest. Please join us on Gallery Night, April 19th and Gallery Day, April 20, 2013 as we celebrate this special occasion with the opening of our biggest show yet! Sixty-seven artists have been invited to participate. Be prepared to see the very best work these talented creatives have

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  • Charles Munch – “New Paintings” Charles Munch

    February 8 – March 8, 2014

    For more than forty years, Charles Munch has depicted the complex relationship between man and nature with carefully composed deconstructed imagery. Graphically painted with precise marks, Munch’s landscapes continue to question our place in the world. The paintings of Charles Munch were included in Wisconsin’s 2013 Triennial. Over the years, he has participated in 20 museum exhibitions, received numerous awards, and has work in the permanent collection of the Milwaukee Art Museum.

  • “The Figure in Clay” Beth Lo

    March 19 – April 19, 2014

    “The Figure in Clay” examines a range of techniques and expression by an international group of contemporary artists using clay as a medium to interpret the figure as both subject and content.

    “The Figure in Clay” is curated by Chris Berti and is held in conjunction with NCECA – the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. The conference is held March 20-23.

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  • Celebrations in Art Bill Reid, "Seadragon", 74x28x20 inches, painted steel

    November 30 – December 31, 2012

    Celebrations in Art is an exhibition of paintings, sculpture and jewelry featuring gallery artists: Rodger Bechtold, painting; Chris Berti, sculpture; Craig Blietz, painting; James Benjamin Franklin, painting; Bill Reid, sculpture; Stephanie Trenchard, sculpture; and Betsy Youngquist, sculpture & jewelry. Amusing, curious, and contemplative, each artist will present modestly scaled work appropriate for celebrating the gift of art.

    *Opening and Artist Reception, Saturday, December 1st from 1 to 4 pm

    Bill Reid, “Sea Dragon Chandelier”, 74x28x20 inches, painted steel


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  • Laura Dronzek – Flowers & Animals Laura Dronzek Bird in a Landscape with Honeysuckle, 9x8 inches, acrylic on paper

    October 18 – November 24, 2012

    Laura Dronzek’s new collection of landscape and still-life paintings are intimate in size, but offer views of grand themes suggested with richly layered surfaces. As Laura Dronzek puts it, “It is the mystery found in the commonplace, the extraordinary in the ordinary that is worth examining.” Her fictitious landscapes are composed of the most basic features: a horizon line, a sky, and a subject, but so carefully rendered, that each one is precious.

    Laura Dronzek Bird in a Landscape with Honeysuckle, 9×8 inches, acrylic on paper

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  • Eric Aho – New Paintings Eric Aho, "Acadia", 20x16, oil on panel

    October 13 – November 24, 2012

    Eric Aho returns to Milwaukee with a new body of paintings that transcend nature. The Vermont artist’s bold new work shifts to abstraction: away from focused observation and toward remembered experience. Using dynamic brushwork, Aho’s painted surfaces capture the essence of light, air, land and space colliding.

    Eric Aho, “Acadia”, 20×16, oil on panel

  • Michael Noland – After the Garden: September 7 through October 5, 2012 Michael Noland - After the Garden

    Art historian Jim Yood describes Michael Noland‘s work as: “Intense. Obsessive. Determined. Dramatic. Processing reality through his patient translation of the real through design.” New gouache and oil paintings of frenetic creatures and chimerical landscapes express Noland’s healthy respect for nature. Having grown up in Oklahoma’s Tornado Alley and spending much of his adult life in the Midwest, Noland’s paintings embody a spirit of place pulsating with glowing plants and animals.

    Michael Noland, AFTER THE GARDEN, Oil on Canvas, 36 x 60″

  • Gallery Night Celebrations! 3748_Farrell_-_Folliard

    Gallery Night at the Tory Folliard Gallery was a great success! Below are pictures of just some of the wonderful people that attended to celebrate Patrick Farrell’s exhibition New Oil Paintings: Looking Back. If you weren’t able to make it, the show is open until September 1, so be sure to stop by!

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  • Sofia Arnold – Nature Redux

    Sofia Arnold, “Spoiled Meats I”, colored pencil and nail polish on paper, 7.5×5 inches

    Sofia Arnold has a new body of work for our “Nature Redux” exhibition which opens in July. This group exhibition also includes Stephen Ward Anderson and Beth Edwards. The show opens on July 7th and the artist reception will be on Gallery Night, July 27th, 2012

    Sofia Arnold, “Brush Rush”, colored pencil and spray paint on paper, 17×14 inches

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