I took the above photograph (Kentucky Tobacco Barn) using a pinhole camera I made in an AADL workshop a few years ago.
The Gutman Gallery emerges for Artober with a new exhibition featuring rising artists
Artober is a celebration of arts, taking place October 9 and 10 along Fourth Avenue and into the Kerrytown Market. There will be around 75 selected fine artists, live entertainment, food trucks, craft beer, cider, and free admission.
The Guild of Artists & Artisans is kicking off its part of the Artober celebration with a new exhibition, Emerge, an all-media exhibition featuring work from young and rising artists in its Gutman Gallery.
Emerge, juried by local teaching artist Payton Cook, features 22 works from 15 talented artists ranging from middle school, high school, and college students as well as works from talented adult artists who are newish to the gallery scene. The exhibit represents a variety of styles and techniques, with a focus on exploration and experimentation, from sculpture and collage to photography and mixed media.
The Guild will also be hosting a socially distanced open-house-style reception on Friday, October 15, 4-6 pm. Artists, patrons, and community members are invited to experience the exhibition and meet some of the artists in a laid-back atmosphere. Visit Gutman Gallery’s Emerge Facebook Event for opening reception details, exhibition updates, and artist highlights.
Below are some more works featured in the exhibition:
"Emerge" is on display from October 9 to November 6 at The Gutman Gallery, 118 N. 4th Ave., Ann Arbor. The exhibit is free to visit, and the gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday, 11 am to 5 pm.