Beatrix Ost in C-ville Weekly

POSTED ON 12.3.2019

Check out Sarah Sargent's article in C-ville Weekly, "Change agents: Beatrix Ost retrospective warns of a dystopian future" about Ost's exhibition on view now at SSG.

Full article HERE.

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Gin & Jazz

POSTED ON 11.23.2019

Join us for a roaring evening of drinks, jazz, and fundraising on Monday, December 16 from 5:30 - 8:30pm!

Oakhurst Hall will be hosting a live jazz performance and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Second Street Gallery. Hope to see you there!

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A Dinner with Beatrix Ost

POSTED ON 11.20.2019

Join us for drinks and an intimate dinner with Beatrix Ost at Second Street Gallery. Click here to purchase tickets. 

Guests will enjoy an evening of food, music, and conversation, surrounded by Beatrix's current exhibition, Illuminations and Illusions. Together, we will create the exquisite corpse, a game of poetry and imagination inspired by the surrounding artwork.

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First Friday Extended Hours: Beatrix Ost & Doug Young

POSTED ON 11.13.2019

First Friday Extended Hours: December 6, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Join us this December for First Friday extended hours celebrating Illuminations & Illusions by Beatrix Ost and The Slow Death of Rocks by Doug Young. This event is free and open to the public. Don't miss your chance to experience a live performance by Red Flower Lake & Abel Okugawa.

Second Street Gallery is pleased to present “Illuminations & Illusions”, an exhibition spanning over four decades of Beatrix Ost's career as a visual artist.

Beatrix Ost’s evocative and dreamlike work has been exhibited all over the world, exploring the nature of time and intimacy, as well as the fragility of the beauty that surrounds us.

Doug Young's exhibition, "The Slow Death of Rocks", will be on view from November 1, 2019 – January 10, 2020 in SSG’s Dové Gallery.

Doug Young’s works explore tensions between the natural and manmade world in a manner that is dystopian yet hopeful. Employing the technique of reverse painting on glass, Young creates a visual experience that uses illusion and wonder as an antithesis to oppressive systems that devalue individual labor and personal expression.

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