GALLERY HOURS
Mon-Thurs: 9AM – 7PM
Friday: 9AM – 4PM
Saturday: 9AM – 5PM
Sunday: Noon – 4PM

Exhibitions are free and open to the public, and are sponsored by YTK Photography.

All receptions coincide with Troy Night Out, the last Friday of the month (unless otherwise noted) and are sponsored by B-rads Bistro + Catering.


SUMMER 2016 EXHIBITIONS:

MAIN GALLERY

Fence Select 2016 | Juried by Kimberly Marrero, Art Advisor & Independent Curator
July 16 – August 27, 2016
Artists’ reception: Friday, July 29, 5-9PM

The Fence Show is an annual opportunity for all Arts Center members to display their work in our galleries. This year we accepted and displayed 382 pieces, including paintings, drawing, photography, fiber arts, stained glass and sculpture. There is also a separate category for young artists in grades K-12. Kimberly Marrero, Art Advisor + Independent Curator, served as this year’s juror. Marrero curated a smaller show from the Fence Show called the Fence Select, which will be on display for several weeks after the salon style show is dismantled.


WALLACE GALLERY

Ray Felix | Best in Show, Fence 2015
July 16 – August 27, 2016
Artist’s reception: Friday, July 29, 5-9PM

Ray Felix Image

Best in Show winner from the 2015 Fence Show, Ray Felix is a Troy based photographic artist originally from Philadelphia, PA. This series of color photographs is based on Felix’s interest in found spaces, design, and sense of mystery. This work involves an exploration of color, formal issues, and a personal spirituality.


FACULTY STUDENT GALLERY

Heavenly Body | Andrea Hersh, Spring 2016 Artist in Residence
July 9 – August 27, 2016
Artist’s reception: Friday, July 29, 5-9PM

 

Andrea Hersh Image

During her residency at the Arts Center, Andrea Hersh continued to make her protagonists part human, part vegetable, using monochromatic tones that imbue the work with a sense of despair. Hersh has created worlds overrun by these creatures, representing the utopia that could have been our planet. By insinuating these fanciful hybrids into precarious and toxic situations, she explores themes of vulnerability, desire, greed, and industry gone awry.