The Gallery at the Sheen Center

Entanglements by Alex Harsley

July 11 - August 4, 2019

The Gallery at the Sheen Center

For nearly 50 years, Alex Harsley has remained fixed; bearing witness to the symbiosis of life outside his 4th Street Photo Gallery. Through his classic, award-winning photography and conceptualized mixed-media pieces, time becomes textured, non-linear as the images bob between a romanticized 1970s East Village and an aged, yet still vibrant and diverse, ecosystem of present day.  Opening reception & talkback July 11.

The Ar​t of The Ordinary​: Beauty in the Home

August 6 - September 8, 2019

The Gallery at the Sheen Center

“I listen to the clock tick. Downstairs the thermostat has just stopped humming. God is in this room.” – Thomas Merton The Ordinary ​presents work from over twenty artists who graced the pages of our first three issues. Like the art in our newspaper, the art here celebrates beauty in and around the Catholic Church … Read more

A Reflection of the Creative Genius of God

September 10 - October 13, 2019

The Gallery at the Sheen Center

The exhibit will include examples of Byzantine iconography, illuminated manuscripts, calligraphy, stained glass, and woodcarving, all created at the Sacred Art Institute of St. Edmund’s Retreat.

Mark Brennan: Space in a Box

October 16 - November 17, 2019

The Gallery at the Sheen Center

Mark Brennan is a student of the changes to the image of the Virgin Mary over the centuries. His images of the sea and stars can provide an entry point for those wishing to meditate on Mary.

Radical Courage and the Feminine Spirit – The Art of Janet McKenzie

November 19, 2019 - January 5, 2020

The Gallery at the Sheen Center

This exhibition of paintings reflects the strength and courage of diverse women who are continually striving for racial and gender equality, standing strong, and rejecting prejudice and hate.

The Bolivian Children of Arte Fogata

January 7 - February 2, 2020

The Gallery at the Sheen Center

Arte Fogata is an art workshop project operating in Bolivia created by artist Robert Aitchison. The show consists of artwork by children in vulnerable communities who are engaged in the workshops.

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