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Current Exhibitions

"Mental Health"

 Group Exhibition

Exhibition Open: June 7th - June 29th

Reception: June 21st 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

This group show features 25 talented artists across various mediums. Each piece in this collection is a reflection of the myriad of emotions and experiences that capture the complexities of mental health, from the depths of despair to the heights of resilience. This body of work is a testament to the human spirit's capacity for both suffering and healing, serving as a visual narrative of the journey through mental health challenges.

 

Mental health is a topic that often resides in the shadows, shrouded in stigma and misunderstanding. With this exhibition, we hope to bring these conversations into the light, offering a space for reflection, empathy, and dialogue. The works are deliberately raw and honest, designed to evoke a visceral response that bridges the gap between the viewer's personal experiences and the often silent struggles of others. 

 

Through art, we can find new ways to connect, communicate, and heal. This exhibition is dedicated to everyone who battles with mental health issues, reminding them—and all of us—that we are not alone. The journey is collective, and through understanding and empathy, we can forge a path towards a more compassionate world.

"Let It Fall"

Noelle Miller Solo Exhibition

Exhibition Open: July 5th-28th

Reception: July 19th 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

I grew up surrounded by a family of artists. Being involved in the arts was always normal in my house, it was something almost every single person in my family used as a healthy outlet in their lives. When I was in high school, I really began to understand that connection. I realized that making art was not just about what I was making, but how therapeutic the act of creating can be. Through the rest of my life I always turned to making art, it became a completely engrained part of my life that continues to ground and guide me in many different areas.

 

For this series I dove deeper into my processes to try to understand why I am drawn to certain materials, patterns and imagery.
 

Let it Fall is an homage to the deep desire to control things, especially when they are uncontrollable.

 

Control has been on my mind a lot the past few years after becoming a mother and has been even further magnified after the birth of my second child. There is so much we want to control to protect our children and to guide them through their obstacles. Often, I find the best thing I can do is to release that urge and let them learn, explore and see the world through their own experiences.

 

In this series, I used processes that are largely uncontrollable combined with meticulously structured elements not usually found in my work. Large washes of color are layered beneath measured and pre-drawn patterns, entwined with representational imagery inspired by daily moments with my children. All of the pattern work is freehand painted, as a nod to the human element, with sketch marks left revealed as a metaphor for control. Nothing can ever be perfect, no matter how hard I try. I hope the viewer feels the symbiotic relationship of control vs the uncontrollable and that they are grounded in the present moment while examining the layers and flowing the lines through each artwork.

 

Sometimes, if we just let it fall, things can turn out better than we could have imagined.

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