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Waxing Lyrical at Space Gallery

October 12th, 2019

For nearly 20 years, Space Gallery has been showcasing mid-career and established local and international artists. This contemporary gallery in the Santa Fe district hosts new exhibitions every five weeks, with a focus on abstraction and the use of innovative media. Their two floors of gallery space provide a spacious, modern setting for everything from paintings to large scale installations. Their latest exhibition, Waxing Lyrical, features paintings from Lynda Ray, Karen Freedman, and Jeff Juhlin. This series is centered around a painting technique called encaustic, which involves blending pigments... Read More

“Momentum” at Space ANNEX

May 18th, 2019
Siren, by Jeff Curry. Courtesy of Space Gallery

Space ANNEX has announced a gigantic art exhibition to accompany their grand opening later this month. The contemporary gallery and event space sits in the heart of the Baker neighborhood. Their first show, Momentum, brings together dozens of artists for an expansive, multi-disciplinary display. Space ANNEX encompasses 3,000 square feet of indoor gallery space, a large outdoor sculpture garden, a rooftop patio, and an outdoor bar. They’ll be hosting exhibitions on a rotating basis from artists represented by their sister location, Space Gallery. The space is also available for all types of... Read More

Space Gallery

August 25th, 2018
Anthony Falcetta_Space Gallery

Space Gallery sits on the southern end of the art district, at 400 Santa Fe Drive. Specializing in abstract and contemporary art, they offer compelling exhibits on a rotating basis. They feature artists with an emphasis on innovative media and experimental surface techniques. Their repertoire includes paintings, sculptures, ceramics, photography, printworks and more. They bring in big names from all over the world, while still showcasing quite a few local artists at all stages of their careers. Currently showing is an exhibit called Hard Lines: An Exploration of Geometry. This is a group show with... Read More