On December 9th, from 5 pm – 8 pm, we will be celebrating the opening of our newest group show, Forty Five!
This time around, we are featuring work from Bharat Ajari, Foster Owen Atkinson, Joshua Chapman, Troy Chebuhar, Samantha Clarke, Greta Coalier, Rachel Cox, Cullen Curtis, Greg Edmondson, Suzy Farren, Barbara Ferrari, Michelle Graf, Macayli Hausmann, Massoud Hayoun, Kyle Heikkila Cary Horton, Jacob Janes, Sheldon Johnson, Sam Kampelman, Jeff Kapfer, Justin King, Deborah Kraft, Zac Lassen, Laura Lloyd, Sarah Lorentz, Peter Manion, Jordan McGirk, Metra Mitchell, Philip Padilla / Katie Calfee, Brindha Parthi, Misato Pang, Zackary Petot, Jasmine Raskas, Lu Ray, Austin Roberts, Byron Rogers, Amy Firestone Rosen, Deanne Row, Linnéa Ryshke, Cory Sellers, SLIME, Lauren Michelle Tracy, Dana Murray Tyrrell, Jim Wilson, Jen Wohlner, and Aly Ytterberg!
Stop by the gallery anytime from 5 pm – 8 pm on December 9th to enjoy the show with us, drink some wine, and chat with the artists!
Tiff J Sutton is a portrait photographer. Her work is characterized by the Black gaze, dual perceptions, and unique landscape. She places Black femininity at the forefront through complex, layered images and introspective portraits. She has attended community colleges and Washington University in St. Louis. Sutton has been featured in NPR and Humble Foundations Arts. Sutton has won the Black Women Photographers + Nikon Grant and was a resident at the Gullkisten Center for Creativity in Laugartvn, Iceland in June 2022. She draws upon Black feminist thought to create abstracted portraits of Black women. She is based in St. Louis, Missouri.