COME SEE THE ART!
We have four galleries—the Main, the Higby, the Miller, and the Cafe—and each gallery changes out almost every month. That's over 30 exhibitions a year! There's so much art to see, you'll have to visit us often to see it all.
Luckily, it's always free to visit. Hope to see you soon!
The Forgotten Coast
A Leah Allen Exhibition
March 5 – 27
Leah Allen is a long-time resident, and paints realistic and hyper-realistic work. With a family history that is deeply connect to our local maritime community, many of her favorite subjects are historic vessels, including shrimp boats, oyster boats, tugs and more. She also captures marine life with colorful, fun details.
Come immerse yourself into maritime life.
March 5 – 27
An Anne Thrift Exhibition
Anne's ARTnatomy collection began as a hobby and informal project, but then expanded to the goal of one day hosting her own solo art show.
Her show will feature several pieces from her two previous series: ARTnatomy, which showcases the aesthetic beauty of various medical conditions; and ARTnatomy 2.0, a more personal look at Anne's post-concussion recovery; as well as some of the first pieces from her most recent ARTnatomy collection which focuses on the brain and neurological conditions.
We are working on plans and fundraising to update the Higby Gallery, so it becomes more of an installation space. Stay tuned for more details!
A Mini Solo Show
March 9 – 27
Jacob Mesick's work will be on display in the cafe space. A member of the Paul Brent Gallery team, Mesick continues to work on his own art in his free time. His work consists of sketches, digital art and paintings of anything that inspires him.
He even plans to show some of his pet portraits.
We have a lot of exhibits coming up! We hope you come to see them.