Shows hosted by Fulcrum Gallery


Hello New Work by Meghan Mitchell

Ink, Graphite & Pigment on Paper
September 19th – November 13th 2013


Hello is an exploration of one woman’s quest to share her rich inner monologue and myriad selves. A collection of two-dimensional drawings and interactive installation come together in this lighthearted exhibition. Meghan translates comedy, anxiety, and beauty into delicate line and unbounded sincerity. Inspired by zines, comics, and certain trappings of childhood this work is sure to pluck the double knotted strings in the cedar paneled basement of each grown up child’s heart. (more…)

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Life is OOD

Life is OOD

June 20th -July 15th 2013

Fulcrum Gallery is proud to present Life is OOD: new works by Sean Alexander and Henry Lee Walls. OOD is the second solo showing by Sean Alexander at Fulcrum Gallery and will mark his first departure from drawing. Work by Hilltop local and first time showing artist Henry Lee Walls will accompany Alexander’s work as interactions with Walls helped inspire many of the works in the show

The show’s title is a play on the classic, cheap slogan “life is good” (more…)

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¿What is Truth?

Oil on Linen – New work by Peter Sheesley
April 18th – June 14th 2013
Opening Reception: April 18th 6-9pm

Show CardIn every society the “Artist” plays an essential role as a communicator, offering insight and dimension to common concepts and phenomena. Peter Sheesley speaks to us through his current body of work titled ¿What is Truth? This series of ten paintings are a visual translation of passages selected from religious manuscript. A thoroughly rendered figure is suspended within an ethereal abstract space. The resulting juxtaposition produces a dreamlike pan dimensional quality. Along with the visual juxtaposition Peter explores the concept of the Nude verses Naked. (more…)

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Mixed Media Paintings – Marsha Glazière
February 21st April 12th 2013
Opening Reception: February. 21st 6-9 pm

CompositeThe only way to examine a departed culture is through its legacy of artifacts. Like the Egyptian pyramids and the Pantheon of Rome we shall be known as The Great Road Builders. Marsha Glazière reworks these monumental formations into intimate landscapes. Coaxing the essence of sun-dappled glen from visually neglected industrial spaces. (more…)

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