Curated by Connie Conroy, the aim of the gallery is to support the developing Teaching Artist program, and to bring works related to Art in Architecture & Design.

 

While it may be off the ‘main drag’ in the center of town, it is well worth the short three-mile trip down to Judd Creek Ranch to see work from local and nationally recognized artists. Each show’s focus is on nature-inspired, functional and sculptural objects for outdoor and indoor spaces, and the media ranges from ceramics and glass through to photography, paper, and wood.

Gallery owner Connie Conroy is deeply inspired by the art and philosophy of the Japanese Tea Ceremony, and hopes to bring programs and workshops related to this contemplative art-form to the Island on a regular basis, focus on this ancient ritual, and how its ideals of harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility are becoming more and more relevant today.