Current Exhibition: Arts & Crafts

Arts and Crafts includes work that moves back and forth between “fine art” and “craft” as these relate to the making process. The exhibition questions the sharp distinctions that are often drawn between the two.


Christin Apodaca
Cindy Gutierrez-Krapp
Andrew Holguin
Louie Salazar


Upcoming Exhibition: Joshua R. Clark

Opening November 9, 6-8 PM

Like a pop song you cannot seem to get out of your head, I am interested in the things that capture our attention for surface reason, but which continue to haunt us for reasons we cannot quite put our finger on. In my practice the subject matter has always come from my daily experiences. A collection of associative experiences that I feel has the potential to communicate something telling about our collective human psychology, specifically as it relates to our desire for aesthetic experiences. There is a gap between how the world is presented to us, and how we then perceive it. A reality that can only be approached, but never fully grasped, and while no concrete meaning is possible, one can orbit close enough to the work of art to come away with something meaningful. This is how I wish my works to be engaged.

— Joshua R. Clark

Before the Banquet

Past Exhibitions