Sand Lake Center for the Arts

May 16 – June 30

Linda Ford - Photographs
Linda is an extraordinary photographer of intimate scenes of great beauty. Using her skills as a Master Gardiner with her love of flowers, she has sought out the hidden places where the beauty lies. Her latest such adventure took her to Copper Canyon in Mexico where she photographed numerous example of rare wild flowers. She has even produced a book, A Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Mexico’s Copper Canyon, the first major catalogue of the wildflowers in the area, for which she researched and took photographs. Come experience the delicate beauty of her work.
Reception: June 5 from 1 - 3pm

July 1 – August 15

Jeff Wigman - Oils
Jeff Wigman studied painting and sculpture at Parsons School of Design in New York City (1992). He works mostly in oil and monotype using representational imagery, but also focuses attention on the bare materials of his art. With an eye on the past, Jeff agrees to Milton Glaser’s suggestion “that all paintings are inherently abstract”—that even with so-called naturalism, there is a non-conceptual response to basic shapes and colors. He is drawn to mystery, humor, and delight. Though they are not always sweet, Jeff consciously avoids images that arise from complaint or negativity. He lives and works in Troy, NY.
Visit Jeff's website
Reception: TBD

Salarymen

August 16 – September 30

The ARC - Group Show
Reception: TBD

October 1 - November 15

Holiday Art Fair Artists

Our very popular Holiday Art Fair continues this year! It is always a great place for holiday gift buying. Many area artists will present a wide array of artistic offerings including painting, sculpture, photographs, jewelry, pottery and glass work, textile art, and “wearable” art.
Holiday Art Fair: TBD

November 16 - December 31

Phoebe Choi - Illustration
Reception: TBD

Exhibits are free and open
during SLCA events or by appointment.
The Gallery is also open Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am-12pm.

*A portion of the proceeds from all gallery sales help support SLCA-CTP