Unnatural Histories VIII -Antler Gallery: September 26th

Opening Reception: September 26th. 6pm-9pm

Unnatural Histories VIII – Eighth annual group exhibition.

Antler Gallery’s flagship group-show in which artists are asked to create work depicting a mythical creature in their own style and medium, but inspired/influenced by more traditional natural history drawing, painting and sculpture. Artists are free to choose a subject from existing mythology, reference cryptozoology or create their very own creature.

Kim Slate • Veronica Park • Sean Chao • Brin Levinson • Katie So • Kevin Peterson • Qixuan Lim • Jackie Avery • Katy Harrald • Elizabeth Jean Younce • Meg Adamson Brett Stenson • Daria Aksenova • Amy Ruppel • Hanna Jaeun • Vanessa Rivera • Rachel Sabin • Joe Vollan • Neil M. Perry

2728 NE Alberta Street Portland Oregon (503) 284-6757 antlerpdx.com

ChalkFest Buffalo! -September 14th and 15th

ChalkFest Buffalo! is a free annual event in the heart of Downtown Buffalo. This September 14th and 15th the event will be both inside and outside of the GLF grain silos at Buffalo Riverworks. Inside the grain elevators & silos gives artists a smooth concrete canvas that is protected from the elements of weather.  It also gives artists the ability to draw not just on the ground, but on the walls of the historic silos. This is not just a unique opportunity for artists, but a uniquely Buffalo opportunity as the historic grain elevators were invented here and have largely gone abandoned for the past few decades.

Periodic Table II -Arch Enemy Arts: August 2nd – 31st, 2019

Arch Enemy’s elements-themed group show returns for a second installment, challenging 12 new AEA artists to each create a moment or tell a story using only one of nature’s most basic building blocks. Through each artist’s style and creativity every choice is more than what it seems, less ordinary and more extraordinary, like Iridium, a crucial component in the building of satellites, as a symbol of communication and connectedness, or the unexpectedly close relationship between cobalt and goblins.

The show will feature new works by Allison Reimold, Carly Janine Mazur, Jack Shure, Joe Vollan, Kelly McKernan, Kristen Egan, Michael Camarra, Michelle Avery Konczyk, Nick Sheehy, Rebecca Reeves, Rebecca Yanovskaya, & Tronvs.


SUMMER ’19 -Arch Enemy Arts: July 12th

group show

Opening: July 12th, 2019

Arch Enemy is excited to announce the lineup for our 2019 Summer group exhibition. In keeping with the themes of our AEA seasonal bi-annuals, Summer and Winter, new artworks capture the moments each artist associates most with this time of year. This year’s showcase will feature new works by Bao Pham, Caitlin Hackett, Carisa Swenson, Gleo, Jessica Dalva, Joe Vollan, Kelly McKernan, Michael Camarra, Caia Koopman, and Naoto Hattori.


Arch Enemy Arts • 109 + 111 Arch Street in Philadelphia, PA 19106

Mother’s Little Helper -Cactus Gallery: July 20th

Opens Saturday, July 20, 2019 *5p

What gets you through your busy day? In The Rolling Stones song, ‘Mother’s Little Helper’, Mick describes a little yellow pill that does the trick, but really, most everyone has something that “helps them on their way, gets them through their busy day”. For this show, we asked artists to tell us how they deal with the vagaries and stressors of life and keep the doldrums at bay. 

Participating artists:  Douglas Alvarez, Ulla Anobile, Skye Becker-Yamakawa, Terri Berman, Andrea Bogdan, Lacey Bryant, Catherine Bursill Moore, Anna Chung, Nancy Cintron, Joshua Coffy, Janae Corrado, Fran De Anda, Rosie Garcia, Lori Herbst, Veronica Jaeger, Lydia Moon Hee Kim, Mavis Leahy, Kahla Lewis, Milka Lolo, Snow Mack, Emma Mount, Nichol Norman, Janet Olenik, Amy Owers, Tania Pomales, Myriam Powell, Cat Sommer, Fleur Spolidor, Jen Starling, Linnea Strid, Kelly Vetter, Joe Vollan, Michelle Waters, and Simone Young.

cactusgalleryla.com | 323.801.8669

Thicket -Crucible Art Gallery: May 3rd


“Thicket” features artwork based around obscure fairy tales and fairy tale creatures. Before Catholicism was imposed on many European countries, fairy tales were how people would warn of possible dangers lurking in the vast uncharted woods. Many of the characters of these stories closer resemble demons and witches, then the watered down fairy tale characters we grew up with.

MicroVisions 2 -WOWxWOW Gallery: May 3rd – 24th

WOW x WOW is incredibly proud to present MicroVisions2, the second of our annual group exhibitions showcasing small artworks. This year featuring over 50 international artists and comprising of more than 60 unique pieces. With the maximum size of contributions being limited to 10″ x 10″, and many of the works coming in considerably smaller, this exhibition offers collectors the perfect opportunity to purchase work by a host of phenomenal artists at their most affordable prices.

WonderKin -WOWxWOW Gallery: April 5th -26th, 2019

​April 5th – 26th  – ​WonderKin (Group Show)

Participating Artists:

​David Alvarez | Jenna Andersen | Adam Augustyn | Ana Bagayan | Scott Balmer | Daniel Bautista | Steven Russell Black | James Boswell | Robert Bowen | Matt Byle | Brendon Flynn | Katie Gamb | Alex Garant | ​Davor Gromilović | Scott Holloway | Ana Juan | Michele Melcher | Archan Nair | Jeremy Nichols | Dolce Paganne | Lucas Parbo | Aaron Piland | Dusty Ray | Brian Serway | Andi Soto | Joey Stupor | Jon Todd | Tof Vanmarque | Kelly Vivanco | Joe Vollan | Win Wallace… and more!