Capitol Contemporary Gallery is a diverse group of talented artists offering exceptional works in painting, multi media, photography, sculpture, jewelry, and furniture.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery announces Absence, an exhibit of new work by acrylic painter. Randy Van Dyck and mixed media sculptor Sue Latta. Both artists draw parallels from the Covid-19 pandemic. Van Dyck's latest latest series of paintings are contemporary
landscape interpretations titled “Transposed”. As the title suggests, it has to do with shifting traditional perceptions of the landscape through the removal and concentration on the individual flora and fauna, thus diverting the viewer’s focus. In these pieces, he create new
dialog as it pertains to beauty, loss of habitat and conservation. This very strange moment in time has compelled Sue Latta to contemplate the absence of everything that used to seem “normal” about her life and the world we live in. The work in this exhibition is the physical embodiment that process.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery announces unCovering, an exhibit of new work by photographer Brooke Burton, painter Anne Peterson, and featuring jewelry artist Karen Klinefelter. For Burton, unCovering is about fears and fantasies as told through still-life; using objects as vessels for story. She uses photography to reflect her world and place in it, responding to social media and her artistic practice and how they inform her understanding of self. Anne Peterson's work for this show specifically, is figurative. She loves painting the human form in an abstracted way and revisited her ongoing series Cloaks and Robes in some of the paintings.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery is pleased to present the work of Richard Young and Judith Lombardi. We arehappy to resume our First Thursday gallery openings with a new Open House format from 3:00 to 7:00PM on First Thursday, June 4th. Richard Young will be exhibiting 13 new paintings using water-based oil paint. The series is influenced by recent events including the central Idaho earthquake and social isolation of the pandemic. Judith Lombardi will be exhibiting paintings and pastels of clouds. Although clouds have figured frequently in her work, under current circumstances they can be an apt metaphor. The show runs through June 30.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery is pleased to present a new Group Show for the month of May. In lieu of our extended First Thursday hours, Capitol Contemporary Gallery will host an Open House at the gallery from 10 am to 6 pm on Thursday, April 2. Guests are invited to see the Group Show in a quiet environment, free from crowds. However, this is subject to change as we continue to monitor the situation and follow recommendations from the CDC and local government.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery is pleased to present a new show titled Land & Body, presenting oil paintings by Karen Eastman and cut paper collages by Lorelle Rau. Eastman’s paintings reference the grace of the female form, and Rau’s work abstracts the mountain landscape and presents it in striated form. The opening reception will be on First Thursday, March 5th, from 5-9 pm featuring wine by Coiled Wines. The show is free and open to the public and will run through March 30th.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery is pleased to present a new show of artwork featuring paintings and sculptures by John Taye and encaustic and mixed media paintings by Karen Bubb. Memory—losing memory, gaining memories, and the changing nature of memory—is an underlying theme of Karen’s recent body of work. John enjoys still life, landscape and figure painting, as well as sculpture in wood and bronze. The opening reception will be on First Thursday, February 6th, from 5-9 pm. The show is free and open to the public and will run through February 29th.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery will launch 2020 with Beautiful Mud, a new show of artwork by guest artists Geoffrey Krueger, painter, and Kerry Moosman, potter. Krueger will be exhibiting a variety of realist and abstract paintings. Primarily a landscape painter, this past year Krueger has been making small abstract collages, and this is the first time he will be exhibiting these works in a gallery setting. Known for creating large-scale sculptural terra cotta earthenware vessels, Moosman brings impeccable technique, patience, persistence, and commitment to his craft, often spending six weeks burnishing a single pot with a small agate before it is bisque and sagger-fired. Beautiful Mud is free and open to the public and will run through January 21st.