Past Exhibit


November 26, 2022 – January 13, 2023

As daylight diminishes and temperatures drop, we start spending more time inside. In turn, we reflect more on our interior spaces, whether that be our thoughts or actual physical spaces. Interiors can refer to the inside of a building, room, or the inner layers of something in room such as a cabinet or closet. It can refer to the inside of a natural object such a piece of fruit or tree. Internally, it may represent a feeling or wish. It can also refer to items used to define a space such as plants, wall coverings, shelves, light, objets d’ art, etc. This group exhibit featured artist’s interpretations of “Interiors”.