Our latest group show explores the concept of Reflection.  The art in this collection demonstrates literal reflective surfaces, and the theoretical reflection of one’s self in the art.

We have curated a body of work that encourages the viewer to take time to reflect.  When interacting with art, developing an iterative process that explores where you’ve been, where you are, and where you want to go, holds immense value.  Pausing to reflect helps guide this journey.  A painting that embodies a feeling, or a painting that demonstrates a physical reflection of light, is a tangible reminder to take a moment to reflect on your day, on yourself, or on the direction of your life.

It is said that what we focus on outside is a reflection of what we feel inside.  It is important to have beautiful objects around us so that we may reflect the beauty we see.