Explore stunning art with Archway Gallery’s #BlackLivesMatter: Time for Change! virtual exhibit

Broken Landscapes George Floyd Memorial by Margaret Miller | Photo courtesy of Archway Gallery

Browse striking and powerful art in an online art exhibition, #BlackLivesMatter – Time for Change!, presenting work from multiple member artists from Archway Gallery in Montrose through Friday, July 31, 2020.

Texas’ oldest artist owned gallery, which has returned to virtual only exhibitions for the time being, presents a virtual exhibit that organizing artist, Tracey Meyer, attributed to the “ground swell of public opinion against racism in the United States and around the world.”

Pieces in the collection include paintings, illustrations, photography, found objects, fused glass and steel, fashion, and more. While the art is free to view, all pieces are available for purchase, with prices ranging from $100 to $2500.

Out of Africa, But Not a Movie Paper Collage, by Harold Joiner | Photo courtesy of Archway Gallery

Archway artists will donate 50% of all proceeds from this show’s art sales to the Houston-based organization,  Community Artists’ Collective, which seeks to provide the educational and cultural link among African American artists and all communities to inspire unlimited creativity.

Direct donations can also be made online to Community Artists’ Collective, in increments of $10 are also available.

Click here to make a donation to Community Artists’ Collective, or for more information.

Covid Dream – I Saw George Floyd Die on TV Today by Donna E. Perkins | Photo courtesy of Archway Gallery

12th Annual Juried Exhibition: Virtual Edition & Live Appointments

The gallery is also displaying the selected works for its annual Juried Exhibition online, which was judged by Wayne Gilbert.

He selected 39 pieces from 243 works from local artists. The final picks can all be viewed online and are available for purchase.

Private showings can be arranged in advance for the Annual Juried Exhibition for groups of 10 people or fewer. If interested in seeing the exhibition in person, please contact the gallery in advance to arrange a private tour. 

The show closes after Friday, July 31, 2020. Email the gallery at [email protected] for details or to schedule a private viewing.

#BlackLivesMatter – Time for Change! Exhibition at ArchwayGallery.com

12th Annual Juried Exhibition: Online & by Appointment

Gaze by Becky Soria | Photo courtesy of Archway Gallery

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