Colony 39_Randy Regier

This new body of work with be installed in our windows and can be viewed from outside as well as inside. THROUGH DECEMBER.   "Sometime in the mid ‘80s, I encountered a vintage Japanese-made tabletop battery powered game/toy at a small thrift shop. I bought it for a couple of reasons, most notably the lithography and graphics were excellent, all outer-space themed, and because the more I examined it the more I wanted to know the people that conceived of and made it. It’s long gone now, can’t even recall how or when I let it go. But the important thing is I still think of it and wonder what it was, I never really understood it (it did not...

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Transformation – Paintings by Susan Grace

Susan Grace is a painter who lives and works in Lawrence, KS. Her work has been widely exhibited throughout the U.S., and she has received numerous awards for her work.  Her paintings are in many private and public collections, including the Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka, KS and The Art of Emprise Collection, Wichita, KS. Although she studied painting in Athens, Greece, her academic background is primarily in literature and theater, and she taught courses in modern American and European literature at universities in the U.S. and at The American College of Greece in Athens, Greece.  While teaching, she always maintained an active studio practice regardless of where she was living. Upon returning to the U.S., she held a tenured faculty position...

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DECEMBER 3rd - 30th, 2021

Spatial Limits

An RSG Group Show

Featuring artwork by: Bob Burdette, Dallas Dodge, Jonathan Fitz, Kyle Johns, Randy Regier, and Larry Schwarm! This exhibition highlights the parallels of exploration between five different artists. The artwork on display primarily focuses on nostalgic experiences, space adventure, vintage-inspired toys and the way society intertwines these concepts today. The artists are asking their viewers to engage with the artwork and explore what is beyond the object itself. It is an invitation to acknowledge that we all currently approach these new but familiar objects in a different way than we once did in childhood. We hope you will join us for our reception from 5:30 - 9:00! December First Friday - "Spatial Limits" Exhibition runs Dec. 3rd through Dec. 30th

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