Group show called "The Problem We All Live With". Work focuses on racism, but also touches upon environmental issues, politics and immigration.
One-person show by Columbus clay artist Juliellen Byrne
One-person show by Izumi Yokoyama
Showing great, thought-provoking, often controversial art at this little art gallery in the dynamic city of Columbus, Ohio.
I'm changing the art shows and gallery exhibits about every month. Sign up for our mail list or view the calendar on the front page to see lists of upcoming shows.
We live in tumultuous times. Personally, I'm pissed. If I could, I'd volunteer at an abortion clinic, a homeless shelter, an immigration action committee, protest, educate, whatever I could. As it is, I'm good at showing great art, and these artists are great at creating work that tackles controversial issues. So I'm showing great art, that hopefully will provoke thought, debate, maybe action.
"The artist's role is to raise the consciousness of the people. To make them understand life, the world and themselves more completely. That's how I see it. Otherwise, I don't know why you do it." Amiri Baraka
"We live in a fractured world. I've always seen it as my role as an artist to attempt to make wholeness." Anist Kapoor
"Art, freedom and creativity will change society faster than politics." Victor Pinchuk
We all have a role to play. We can, each and every one of us, make a difference. If you're an artist, speak your truth. If you're interested in speaking your truth at (Not) Sheep Gallery, submit a portfolio with an artist statement for one of our invitational shows. If you're a collector or a person who likes art, buy artwork. Spread the word. Support art.
For questions, answers, or information about this art gallery or our gallery exhibits, call me at 614-565-0314 or write to email@example.com
My new hours for Spring and Summer: W-Th-F-Sat 12-4 (closed Sunday except by appt.)
I will be CLOSED May 15-31, and will reopen for the June gallery hop June 5.