Kreuser Gallery is proud to present two beautiful exhibits for April in its new location at 125 E. Boulder St. Opening reception: First Friday, April 5, 5–9pm with music by Brian Elyo. Exhibit runs through April 25th. A free artist talk will conclude the exhibit on April 25th, 5-7pm
ABOUT THE EXHIBITS
Yotse, new work by Gregg Deal
Yotse is a Paiute word that means to rise or stand up. My work exists within the bounds of rising up, standing up and existing where it is often believed Indigenous people do not. This existence is so many things but manifests itself in my work through portraiture, references to popular culture with challenges of identity, understanding and the historical consideration of being one of the decedents of this Nation’s first people. In my own experience, this work is my own medicine. Medicine for me, medicine for others, but is something that is my life’s work, with Yotse as another chapter in an effort to wield my medicine.
The Time Snake, new work by Megan Larmie
Ouroboros, the depiction of a serpent swallowing its own tail, first emerged in ancient Egyptian iconography. It is the representation of continuity and creation, the personification of non-linear time.
ABOUT KREUSER GALLERY
Kreuser Gallery opened in the Depot Arts District in February of 2011 and relocated to its current space in January 2019. Its mission is to create and maintain a dynamic, independent forum providing a venue for established and up-and-coming local artists. Kreuser Gallery fulfills the need for personal growth, communication and a sense of community among artists and viewers.
Pictured: Work by Gregg Deal. Image courtesy Kreuser Gallery.