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1337 Gallery • Upcoming


Closed for Renovations

January 1, 2017–March 3, 2017

Lynch Nathan doubledown

Doubledroop © 2016 Nathan Lynch, burned cedar, 68" x 68" x 12" 

Meine Em-To Round A Course Remnant

To Round A Course Remnant © Em Meine, ink on paper, 6" x 8"

Asleep in the Tanning Bed

Nathan Lynch and Em Meine 

March 3–April 14, 2017
Receptions: March 10, 5-8pm + April 14, 5-8pm


Nathan Lynch statement:

Working in fired clay and wood I started making three-dimensional abstract representations of events. Then I manipulated those events and gave them bends and shadows to articulate the way that the history of an event is told, or stories are relayed. As if accumulating another layer, the story changes over time with emphasizing, forgetting and retelling. The history of an event becomes a collection of half-truths and partial views. Consider the news. There can be a strong dissonance between what actually happened and what is told/experienced/retold/represented/read. As I worked I was thinking about personal, cultural and political conflicts and the benefit of adopting a generous allowance for differences.  But that thinking took place during the last presidency when multiple points of view made sense. 
Nathan Lynch is represented by Rena Bransten Projects 


Em Meine statement:

A constellation contained on a piece of paper, a vessel with no point of entry, a map that's also a sculpture turned back upon itself - these drawings represent things that aren't real, or can't be. The work addresses containment and confining - layered webs, tethered stars, and closed circuits. Each drawing is a contained thought - self-sufficient, but perhaps better understood in the context of a sea of other thoughts, where ideas can respond to and communicate with one another. 

Lynch Nathan alltheneighborscametowatch

All the Neighbors Came to Watch © 2016 Nathan Lynch, glazed ceramic, 18" x 21" x 14"

Meine Em-A Constellation Waiting

A Constellation Waiting © Em Meine, Sumi ink and acrylic on paper, 6" x 8"

Lynch Nathan shadowoverthepool

Shadow over the Pool © 2016 Nathan Lynch, glazed ceramic, 24" x 21" x 20"

Meine Em-Through a window

Through A Window © Em Meine, Sumi ink and acrylic on paper, 6" x 8"

Paper as Voice • Call for Entries

April 21–June 2, 2017
Reception: May 12, 5-8pm

Description of Theme: Art Works Downtown seeks to showcase artwork with innovative techniques, concepts, and compositions primarily dependant on paper.

Juror: Judy O'Shea is an internationally exhibiting artist who focuses on large-scale paper installations in challenging locations.

Click here for more information at Calls for Entry 

ENTRIES DUE Friday, March 17, 2017, 4pm

To Be Announced

June 9–July 28, 2017
Receptions: June 9, 5-8pm + July 14, 5-8pm

Angelique Benicio

August 4–September 15, 2017
Receptions: August 11, 5-8pm + September 8, 5-8pm

To Be Announced

September 22–November 10, 2017
Receptions: October 13, 5-8pm + November 10, 5-8pm

Small Works Exhibition

November 17, 2017—January 5, 2018
Reception: December 8, 5–8pm

The annual Small Works Exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to find
affordable, quality artwork for the holiday gift-giving season.

  • This award-winning non-profit gallery hosts six to eight exhibitions a year. Shows are juried or invitational.  How to apply  



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