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Welcome to "A Generous Kingdom VIII: Art that explores symbolism, story, and beyond"


Iconoclaste by Leona Gamble

This year's edition of A Generous Kingdom is a bountiful feast for the eyes! It serves as a reminder that generosity is an extension, a form of reaching if you will, and the ability to go beyond expectation.



Bugonia by Théo Polymorphos


This symbolic "reach" plays out figuratively within walls of the gallery and on screens far and wide. Many of the selected works describe stories and metaphors that extend toward something; whether through the reaching out of arms, rays of light from screens, the reach of tree limbs, and stairwells that ascend to the unknown. The environment looms large with towering trees, the magnetism of the moon, or windchimes of seeds (which translated is a song that plays the future)!

Art Credits: Donna Stevens, Allison McClay, Ellen Zimmerman, and Earl Grenville Killeen



Discussing the Good & the Beautiful by Beth Kerschen

Counsel Langley Karlyn Berg


Lev L Spiro David Cohen John Calabrese



New languages seem embedded in these works; perhaps something to decode or link with the past or the future (or both at once). These realms portray the fabric of our culture, technology, and the vastness of our accumulations. These thoughtful works put us in a moment of caring and consideration of our place in the world. How will we thrive in this new frontier and what components, algorithms, and hieroglyphics will it take to truly comprehend the massive impact of our footprint? As always, I am drawn to questions and process, more than answers and controlled outcomes and this Generous Kingdom is riddled with inquiry, diverse materials, and unpredictable outcomes...enjoy!"

Jennifer Gillia Cutshall, Curator


Thomas Crawford Jonathan Andrews James Gonzalez

Enlightenment by Wendy Boomhower

Please Note:

This blog shows a sampling of works from this expansive exhibition, please click the green buttons below to experience the full girth of this beauty!



The Weight, letting go by Enzina Marrari



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