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We are opening Saturday! Be there or be square!

This Saturday is the artist’s reception for Personality: Real & Imagined, featuring Liz Gresey of Chicago, Adam Koenig and Molly Keyser of Green Bay, Justin Madson of Baraboo, and Sher Christopher of England.

We are so excited to be finally open after our 8 months of renovations. Make sure to stop by on Saturday, August 1, between 5:30-10:00 pm for refreshments and ART!

Also check out our recent newspaper article here.

Just a reminder that we are still looking for artists, crafters, and designers to sell their work on consignment, click here for details. Email me if interested at sarah@theeclipsegallery.com

Hope to see you all on Saturday!

You are Invited!

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Artist: Molly Keyser

I am happy to announce that the date is finally set for the opening of our first exhibition at The Eclipse Gallery! We had to push it back a little bit again due to our renovations taking longer than expected. You can stay updated with the photos of our progress on our Flickr. Renovating a 100 year old building has proved to be quite the challenge!

You are invited to the reception of Personality: Real & Imagined, featuring five diverse artists working in mediums including photography, paper sculpture, illustration, artist books, and comics. Artists include locals Molly Keyser (above image) and Adam Koenig, Justin Madson of Baraboo, WI, Liz Gresey of Chicago, and Sher Christopher of England.

Bring your friends for a night of art, conversation, and refreshments, on the evening of August 1st, 2009.
Free and open to the public. 5:30 PM – ?

The show will run from July (exact date TBA) through mid-September. So even if you can’t make it to the reception, stop by whenever you get the chance.

Thanks, and hope to see you soon! If you have any question or comments, feel free to email me at sarah@theeclipsegallery.com

Adam Koenig

Adam Koenig is a photographer who I’ve also had a printmaking class with. He creates great photos. This series has a mysterious quality about it, but it still makes sense in a sort of lonely way. At least that’s how I read it. It reminds me of being alone, maybe lost,  feeling abandoned. I love work that is open to interpretation, which this is.

Adam will be in our grand opening exhibition, Personality.

For more of Adam’s work, visit his blog.

On a down note, we might possibly be opening a little later than the projected date of June 2009. Brandon, my fiance who is doing most of the renovations for the gallery, got in a car accident last Saturday night and has injuries that will cause him to be out of commission for at least 3-4 months. We will see how it goes, but we are still going to try as hard as we can to have the gallery open by June. Any concerns please feel free to e-mail me. Thanks!