Exhibition

TIDAL MEMORY by DAVID WOLK

TIDAL MEMORY by DAVID WOLK {0}

JUNE 21-JUNE 24 – EXHIBITION The exhibition features large format photographs that were taken over several years on Southport Island in Maine. The first images, like many good experiences, were born of frustration—on a beach in Maine with good equipment and nothing to photograph. But I stayed and walked the sand, not looking for photographs […]

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR by KEVIN WALDRON

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR by KEVIN WALDRON {0}

JULY 12–15 – EXHIBITION This exhibition features the most recent work of Kevin Waldron. The pieces, done in oil pastels, showcase Kevin’s signature style of bright and bold colorful images of animals, both wild and tame. All the pieces will be on sale. This is a great opportunity to give these hunting, playing, flying, and […]

IN-BETWEEN by CAROLINE CLOUTIER

IN-BETWEEN by CAROLINE CLOUTIER {0}

SEPTEMBER 8–OCTOBER 14 – INSTALLATION For her next installation at the Invisible Dog Center’s Glass House, Caroline Cloutier uses the mirror as an extension of the photographic device to produce images. She thus brings the out-of-field space inside the Glass House and exploits the visual qualities of its surroundings. The effect is a complex spatial […]

WOOD AND WOOL by ABE MCNALLY

WOOD AND WOOL by ABE MCNALLY {0}

SEPTEMBER 8–OCTOBER 14 – EXHIBITION For WOOD AND WOOL, Abe McNally presents a series of over 100 hand carved sculptures made of wood and wool. Poplar and cedar logs were cut and milled with a chainsaw at his childhood home; a Christmas tree farm in Northern Vermont. Raw sheep fleece was collected from a local […]

PIT BULL FLOWER POWER by SOPHIE GAMAND

PIT BULL FLOWER POWER by SOPHIE GAMAND {0}

OCTOBER 18–21 – EXHIBITION Pit Bull Flower Power is a series of shelter pit bulls wearing flower crowns, by award-winning photographer and animal advocate Sophie Gamand. This will be Sophie’s third time exhibiting at The Invisible Dog, but her first time showing in the main space. During the week, she will host a book release […]

WASTE OF SPACE by IAN TRASK

WASTE OF SPACE by IAN TRASK {0}

OCTOBER 20–DECEMBER 31 – INSTALLATION As humans irrevocably wreak havoc on Earth’s ecosystem, like a doomed parasite devouring its host, we cling to an optimistic hope for salvation through space travel. Waste of Space presents Ian Trask’s harrowing vision of a distant future in which humanity ignores the lessons of the past and leaves in […]

9TH ANNUAL ARTISTS’ OPEN STUDIOS

9TH ANNUAL ARTISTS’ OPEN STUDIOS {0}

MAY 5-6 – OPEN STUDIOS Here at The Invisible Dog, all of our 25 artists are constantly experimenting with different styles, working with unique materials, and tossing around cool ideas. For one weekend a year, we allow the public to visit our studios and see what the artists of The Invisible Dog are up to. […]

THE SIX-FOUR-THREE by MAC PREMO

THE SIX-FOUR-THREE by MAC PREMO {0}

MAY 2-6 – INSTALLATION The Six-Four-Three is a system of machines that performs a perpetual baseball double play. A site-specific installation, it acts as an ongoing portrait of an event, reifying the occurrence in baseball when, with a runner on first base and less than two outs, a hit ball is fielded by the shortstop (position […]

IMPORTANT PORTRAITS by KALEN HOLLOMON

IMPORTANT PORTRAITS by KALEN HOLLOMON {0}

MAY 2-MAY 6 – INSTALLATION For Important Portraits, Kalen Hollomon presents a series of hand drawn, enlarged copies of found amateur police and memory sketches that seek to explore relationships between perception and reality, intention and bias, communication and reproduction. Humor meets heartbreak in this collection of wildly naive images that raise questions about the […]

THIS WAY UP / HANDLE WITH CARE by OLIVER JEFFERS

THIS WAY UP / HANDLE WITH CARE by OLIVER JEFFERS {0}

MAY 5-MAY 6 – PERFORMANCE It has been said that the first casualty of any conflict is the truth, and territorial disputes have been one of the greatest sources of conflict throughout human history. These days we take someone’s word for almost everything we know, and a person’s reality is governed by the perspective from which it […]