Friday, June 19th to Sunday, July 30th
Revolution Gallery’s “Drawn Out” is our second exhibit post–social distancing. The gallery is still (temporarily) closed, with plans to re-open during NYS on Pause’s 4th phase (tentative date is sometime in mid-July).
We invite you to view — in the large windows at the front of our gallery, on our website and social media – new and recent original drawings by Peter Adamyan, Rachael Bridge, Ally Burke, Vincent Castiglia, Nanette Cherry, Rachel Favelle, Barry Fitzgerald, Frank Forte, Herman James, Dave MacDowell, Daniel “Mythcity” Marcil, Johannah O’Donnell, Kim Parkhurst, Charlie Powell, Erin Ruffino, Carolina Seth, Tony Spiers, and Kelly Vetter.
The exhibit will be in the windows until July 30th, so there is plenty of time to see the artwork – and of course it is available to view on our website on Friday, June 19th.
These original drawings come from artists located on both coasts, in Europe, in Canada, and locally based as well. From the beautifully unsettling to the architecturally sublime – the works are as varied in their content as they are in the media used to create them; graphite, charcoal, ink, human blood…
During the five weeks when the exhibit is in the windows, please remember to conduct yourself in accordance with social distancing of eight feet or more. If others are viewing the work, please give them the time and the space to do so before approaching the windows. And wearing a mask is mandatory. We will have tables setup on the weekends during the duration of the show – appropriately spaced for social distancing – so patrons may enjoy a glass of wine, craft beer, or cocktail (or order food from our new cafe menu) while viewing the work.