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 presents Still Lives, a show of new work by painter Richard Young and painter/sculptor John Taye. The gallery will host an Open House from 3 to 7 PM on First Thursday, March 4th. Richard Young creates paintings on wood using water-soluble oil paint. Working solely from his imagination, his compositions explore a variety of issues through a blend of abstraction and representation. Taye draws inspiration from a number of artists and periods, from Dutch still life and landscape painting through French Impressionism. The show is free, open to the public, and runs through March 30th.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery announces Geoscape, an exhibit of new work by guest artists Divit Cardoza and Francis Fox. Painter, Divit Cardoza, will show his newest contemporary landscapes and sculptor, Francis Fox, will show sculpture and new silverpoint drawings. The gallery will host an Open House from 3-7 PM on First Thursday, February 4th. All Covid-19 related guidelines will be followed including frequent sanitation practices, wearing masks, and social distancing. We are also available for private viewings throughout the duration of the show. The show is free, open to the public, and runs through February 27th.
Capitol Contemporary Gallery announces our yearly group show, dedicated to the memory of friend and artist Matt Grover. Artists include Rachel Teannalach, Derek Hurd, Jerri Lisk, Brooke Burton, Josh Udesen, Anne Peterson, Mark Lisk, Lorelle Rau, Sue Latta, Cassandra Schiffler, Toby Davis, Randy Van Dyck, Matt Grover, Judith Lombardi, Richard Young, Betsie Richardson, Connie Wood, Robert Kaylor, D'Arcy Bellamy, Karen Eastman, Christine Raymond, Sue Rooke, Karen Klinefelter, Linda Williams, and John Taye. The gallery will be open during regular business hours to view the exhibition; however, we will be closed on New Years Eve at 3 pm and on New Years Day. We will resume regular gallery hours on Saturday, January 2nd.