Passages

Muse Gallery is temporarily closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Upcoming exhibitions have been postponed until it is safe to gather again in our space. As an artists' cooperative, our goal is to encourage and promote its members’ artistic expression.  The artists whose shows were cancelled will have the opportunity to preview their artwork in the windows of the gallery. We are committed to rescheduling their monthly solo show.

We look forward to renewing our shared experience of art between our members, artists, patrons and our community.

July 31
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September 1, 2019
Jean Plough
Artist Reception: 
Sunday, August 11, 2019
1 - 3pm
Meet the Artist: 
Friday, August 2, 2019
6 - 6:30

The term ‘passage,’ utilized as a noun or a verb, contains multitudes, and this exhibition is meant to be in conversation with all of those therein. A throughway, a brief precipice from one place to another, one’s permission to enter, one’s permission to exit, one’s choice or right to proceed or move forward -- they’re all encompassed by the title of the exhibition. Join Plough in this examination of the psychology of landscapes and passageways; these paintings contain multitudes.

First Friday: 
Friday, August 2, 2019
5 - 8pm

Passages is an exhibition of oil and acrylic paintings which are a transition between Plough’s large, simple color field paintings and smaller, more figurative landscapes. Many of the pieces depict a way of exit or entrance, a road, or pathway. Several works refer directly to traveling, either physically or psychologically, while others involve the motion or energy involved in transit.