240 11th St
Hours: mon-sat 11am-5pm sun 11am-4pm, closed wed
Imogen Gallery, a boutique gallery, can be found on the corner of 11th Street and Marine Drive, in a vibrant pocket neighborhood of downtown Astoria, known for its shops and cafes and attracting visitors and locals alike. The gallery focuses on contemporary works of all mediums by accomplished and emerging artists, with both local and international ties. Represented artists share the common thread of passion and professionalism for what they do, translating to original and compelling imagery. Imogen participates in the year round Second Saturday Artwalk with featured exhibitions changing monthly.
To Nov 7 Bethany Rowland: Hope In Another, acrylic paintings on clayboard depicting dream like landscape and wildlife, her painting technique is a perfect marriage of abstraction and representational elements.
REPRESENTING: Christos Koutsouras, April Coppini, Cynthia Lahti, Tom Cramer, Lauren Mantecon, Nicholas Knapton, Darren Orange, Bethany Rowland, Diane Kingzett, Jody Katopothis, Reed Clarke and Sara Tabbert are just a few. Please see website for full listings.
Nov 11- Dec 5 Facing You: An Exploration of Portraiture. The third annual invitational exhibition exploring humanity through portraiture. Artists Include: Reed Clarke, Timothy Putsch and the addition of Meghann Hanour Sprague, all exploring the essence of humanity.
Dec 9-Jan 9 Hook, Pulp and Weave. Celebrate the holidays with Imogen as we host a rich and diverse invitational exhibition exploring fiber. Functional and non-functional work will be included in this unique exhibition of textile based arts. Artists Include: Roxy Applegate, Julie Kern Smith, Kristy Kun, Susan Circone, Christine Trexel, Kathy Karbo and paper lights by HiiH Lights.
Jan 13-Feb 6 Roger Hayes: Memento Mori. Renowned outsider artist Roger Hayes returns for his third solo exhibition. Painting primarily in oil, he brings a new series of abstract and representational paintings considering memento mori, a Latin phrase translating to “remember you must die”. The end of one year and the beginning of a new, brings a time of transition.