Exhibition Schedule
February 3, - March 25, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday February 3, 2017 | 6-9 pm
First Friday Trolley Hop: Friday February 3 and Friday March 3, 2017
Artist Talk: Friday March 3, 2017| 6 pm

Zephyr Gallery is pleased to present PROJECT 16: DELIBERATION, curated by Stephanie Harris,executive Director of the Lexington Art League, and featuring the work of Daniell Graham, Todd Herzberg, Darrell Kincer, David Krenton Kring, Marco Logsdon, and Dana Rogers.

Selected for their capacity to consistently reinvent their practice while discovering new uses for their materials, the artists of PROJECT 16 share the ability to “create works that resonate deeply with the viewer with a resounding yet subtle voice.” says curator Stephanie Harris. Representing a variety of mediums, including printmaking, sculpture and photography, the five artists chosen for DELIBERATION immerse themselves within the process of their art-making, allowing their practice to inform their work while “capturing the very essence of the artist within each work of art they create.”

“Whether capturing the ephemeral, prolonging the beauty of a moment, or inventing new approaches to traditional and once forgotten methods, they create art works that captivate the viewer in a delicate exchange of complexity and sparseness. Their clarity of intention is the result of their passionate desire to create works that invite us into a quiet space of reflection.” -S.H.

Project 17: Ritual Geography
April 7 – May 20, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday April 15 | 6-8 pm
Artist and Curator Talk: Saturday April 29 | TBA
First Friday Trolley Hop: Friday April 7 and Friday May 5, 2017

Curated by Eileen Yanoviak and featuring the work of Mary Carothers, Sarah McCart-Jackson,
Adrienne Miller, and Joyce Ogden, this all female show focuses on artists whose work acts as
a catalyst for the artists to create and construct their own environments. Historically, women’s
access to land has been limited, with little to no access to owning or cultivating the
land for themselves. At a time when once again, we find many rights for women under threat, this exhibit acts as a corrective measure, where “as artists, these women own their environments”. EY