Group exhibits often are methotically thought out with works paired for one reason or another to offer the patron a visual or intellectual journey. This August's group exhibit "Show me Again" couldn't be much further from that premise.
We have 20 artists that we regularly represent and support on an on going basis and sometimes their individual exhibits are stretched as far as a year and a half apart. With such a great amount of time between showings, it is important for us to find time during the year to concentrate on group exhibits and review some of their past works as we strive to support them as much as offer the collector always something new. Art isn't old after it's debut and has an on going appeal long after it is completed. We also purchase artwork all year long from various artists that we don't reguarly represent and inventory works are an important part of the gallery as well.
August is our slowest month in sales from our regular collectors who are vactioning elsewhere or preoccupied with summer, but Kirkland with it's charm and lakeside community has become a great draw and we are seeing more and more toursits come through during the summer months. Hopefully those visiting will get a glimpse of our gallery's direction and find something special to take home with them.