Reception for our recent Speaking Out: Art in a Time of Upheaval contemporary art group show.
Lorraine Stundis, New York City Street. Film Photograph 1994
I Can't Breathe, Mario Joyce Harper oil on canvas from the Speaking Out Exhibition
Detail of Od Master Drawing by Taddeo Zuccaro 1529-1566
The Penitent, Seth Appel Woodblock Print
Sweet Land of Liberty Series
Photograph with Painted Model
16th Century Italian Figure of St. Anthony
Speaking Out: Art in a Time of Upheaval Exhibition
Sean Patrick Gallagher
These Wine-Dark, Warming Currents From our Speaking Out current events Exhibition. Oil paint on board
Igbo Tribe Mask and Italian Od Master Drawings in the Head and the Heart: Portrait Sculptures Across Centuries and Cultures exhibition.
Margaret Roleke Bully Print on Paper form our Speaking Out Exhibition
Liz Alpert Fay, Mother Willow
14th French Oak Sculpture of St. Sebastian
Stop Playing It Safe exhibition of works on paper. Lisa Abzun's monoprints in foreground.
Sculptures from the 12th through the 16th Century
Visitors and Performers Working in Times Square by Gregory Muenzen
Untitled, Monoprint on vellum.
Old Master and Contemporary Drawing selections in the gallery.
16th Century Woodcut for the Tarot de Marseilles
Jan Claudius de Cocke's Allegory of Truth circa 1600
Speaking Out: Art in a Time of Upheaval Group Exhibition.
16th Century Roman Old Master Drawing of a Shepherd
Rene Carlson and Rob Hammel performing American Roots Music in the gallery
Volumes from a Black library, Shiela Hale
Bike Messenger, Friar and Flower Seller on the Steps of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva in Rome
Indian Miniature painting of a princess.
Composition with Torn Billboard on the Bowery
Our 16th Century Italian sculpture of St. Anthony on exhibit in the Academy Mansion, New York City
Lovers Drawn on a Late Night Subway Train, charcoal on paper
Austin and Katie Tabor
Degrees of 360
16th Century Portrait Medal of Giulia Pratonieri as the Goddess Diana
Greek 3rd Century BC
Visitors to our Speaking Out contemporary art group exhibition
Visitors looking at Vernon McAuley's Drive By (Baby) in our Speaking Out exhibition
The gallery during a recent evening concert
About An Art Gallery Space located on the Main Street in Katonah NY, Gallarus is named after an 8th Century minimal Stone room built for Contemplation On the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. Our space similarly is a room for community and sharing ideas.
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