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My Garden Muse

Brand: New

An exhibition of work that is Brand New; created between October 2023 – January 2024. Reinvention is no stranger to the contemporary art world. Artists have had to pivot repeatedly, most recently; during the recession, the coronavirus pandemic, and the rise of artificial intelligence. To reinvent is to change (something) so much that it appears to be entirely new, or to take up a very different job or way of life. To re-establish something as new is to begin a process, or make significant changes or improvements to (something.) Words commonly associated with reinvention are: transform. disrupt. redesign. experiment. modify. reclaim. treat gallery challenged emerging artists to present this theme to us conceptually or visually.

Exhibitors include: Alina Andriushchenko, Allen Morris, Amie Hollmann, Blaine White, Cheryl Safren, Daria Burobina, Farras Abdelnour, Jia Hao, John Romi, Luke Woodford, Marni Mutrux, Matt Perrin, Michael N. Meyer, Randall Steinke, Sabrina Skinner and Susan Bowen.

For Brand: New, 20% of Sales will be donated to New York based non-profit A Second U Foundation. A Second U Foundation works to ensure formerly incarcerated people coming are not defined by their sentence, but given the tools need to be successful. They offer skills and guidance, while providing a supportive community, as they create careers and rebuild their lives.

New York

February 1 –  February 29th.

view the exhibition on Artsy

Wynwood Kollective

November 3 – January 3rd

I’m so excited to join the Wynwood Kollective to show my work in Miami during Art Basel. A large collection of my original paintings and handmade prints will be available in this shop featured in the New York Times “36 Hours in Miami: Things to Do and See”.

2719 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33127

Small Works

Small Works

November 3 – December 1, 2023

Gallery reception Friday, November 3rd.

The Jag Gallery Small Works Juried Exhibit has become an eagerly awaited and widely popular event showcasing work from artists worldwide.  Letty Nowak, artist and owner of the gallery originally hosted this show in her first art space, Key West’s The Lemonade Stand Gallery, in 2005.  Small Works has grown in significance and popularity ever since.

Jag Gallery

1075 Duval Street, Space C23
Key West, FL, 33040

44th Annual Juried Art Show

November 3 – December 1, 2023

Representing a diverse range of visual artmaking practices, this multimedia exhibit will feature the work of contemporary artists from across the United States. Cash prizes are awarded by Juror Jean-Claude Rasch.

Best in Show
Luke Huling, North Carolina
Fused Dwelling II

2nd Place
Mary Becker, Oklahoma
Mosaic Virus IV

3rd Place
Marni Mutrux, Puerto Rico

Opening Reception: November 3rd, 2023 6-8 pm
139 W. Walnut St. Goldsboro, NC 27530


Dacia Gallery


Opens OCTOBER 28, 2023

Featured Artists
Barb Picken, Dena Sturm, Hadley Seymore, Jetta Williams, Kristy Gordon, Lexi Hannah, Lissette Resnick, Marni Mutrux, Mariama Hadiah, Nouhaïla Zayane, Sara Maddox, Susie Love and Tia-Maria Soroskie.

Dacia Gallery: is a contemporary art gallery presenting museum quality solo and group exhibitions of established and emerging artists in the East Village of Manhattan since 2010.

Like a Mother Cat Does



Learn more about the artists:
Rose Covert, Michael Dodson, Andy Friedlander, Opie Hileman, Ben Mefford, Marni Mutrux, Josh Sands, Jeff Schofield, Cherilyn SunRidge, Alice Van Leunen

The exhibition, curated by Norah Crean, premieres pieces from the City’s permanent collection while inviting artists to respond using their creative approach to select artworks. Ten artists were juried into the exhibition, including artist Alice van Leunen, who is responding to her piece in the collection with her signature woven works of paper. Artist Josh Sands will show a photography installation depicting essential workers arranged in response to 100 Pairs of Working Hands by Barbara Tetenbaum.

ARTspace Gallery is located at 380 A Ave, Suite A, Lake Oswego, OR 97034.

Exchanges in art

Exchanges: dialogues between poetry and art

The Ruth Foster Gallery at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire is hosting Exchanges: dialogues between poetry and art. This exciting juried exhibition will consist of both visual and literary art; poets writing original poems inspired by a selection of professional visual artworks, and visual artists creating original works inspired by a selection of professional poems.

Opens:  Friday, September 8th through Wednesday, October 4th.

Reception: Thursday, September 14, 6-7:30 pm. All Foster Gallery events are free and open to the public.

The Ruth Foster Gallery

121 Water Street | Eau Claire, WI 54703