The Paul Smith’s College VIC recently unveiled a new exhibit space for the display of works of art by regional and national artists. The new Heron Marsh Gallery will feature four different nature-themed shows each year.
Currently, the Heron Marsh Gallery is featuring “Topo-Shift 3: Woods Way” by Winn Rea, an artist who has exhibited internationally from The Netherlands to South Korea and nationally from A.I.R. Gallery in New York City to The Urban Institute for Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Mich.
The gallery will host an opening reception from 7-9 pm this Saturday, October 8, 2016. Rea’s show, on view until November 15, is free and open to the public (click here to learn more).
Upcoming shows include “A Deeper Sense,” which will feature works of local artists inspired by the ecology research of Paul Smith’s students; “Shedding Light on the Working Forest” by Kathleen Kolb; and two national juried shows, one featuring an emergence theme in the spring and another with a decomposition theme in the fall.