CURRENT EXHIBITION
September 3 – October 23, 2021
The Opening Reception will take place during normal business hours Friday, September 3.
To make an appointment please call us at 816.221.2626 or contact us here.

Judy Onofrio: Bliss

Sherry Leedy: Sight-Line


Judy Onofrio: Bliss

“I cherish the process of finding and sorting objects. I used to haunt flea markets for the items that I get energy from. Now, I create my own objects. With this explosion of color and images, I mark the bliss of revisiting my youth.”
- Judy Onofrio, 2021

In Judy Onofrio’s newest body of work, Bliss, she creates a world of joyous color and abundance. Known for her generosity, Onofrio’s home and studio had always been the meeting place for everyone involved in the arts in Minnesota. This past year all that changed when the pandemic caused family and friends to isolate. Always optimistic, Onofrio not only coped but thrived, overcoming physical limitations, to create in her studio a world of visual joy and sustenance.
Continue reading Onofrio’s bio here.


Sherry Leedy: Sight-Line

Sherry Leedy’s, Sight-Line, is made up of drawings in soft pastel, many large-scale, all based on direct observation. Leedy’s continued interest in visual perception, slow looking and response, results in compositions of intensity, balance and beauty. Her subject matter is a cast of unlikely objects – lemons and perfume bottles, blue and green antique glass, mirrors and glass funnels, artist postcards and crystal balls – all activated by light. They appear together on stage, in familiar but unknown performances. Certain objects are cast, time and again, playing new roles in a new drawing, while others in the troupe wait off stage. There is a power in these artifacts of the recent past, in their human familiarity and strangeness, and in the way that Leedy draws them into existence, mark by mark of pastel, soft as butter.
Continue reading Leedy’s bio here.


These exhibitions will be open September 3 – October 23, 2021

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11-5 p.m.
For past exhibitions, please visit our archive.