Galleries

Jenny Adler featured in the President’s Hall Gallery though Oct. 30

This month, the President’s Hall Gallery features the springs-based photography of Jenny Adler. Adler, an Interdisciplinary Ecology Ph.D. student at the University of Florida says of her photography, “Through photographs, I hope to inspire in others a true appreciation for our beautiful, but fragile and endangered, aquatic ecosystems. Photography is an avenue for me to … Continue reading Jenny Adler featured in the President’s Hall Gallery though Oct. 30

Jason Kofke exhibits “World Book” at SF gallery

The Santa Fe College Art Gallery will host an opening reception Friday, Sept. 26 for Jason Kofke | WORLD BOOK. The exhibit features large-scale works, as well as a site-specific installation, that will be constructed by SF students along with the artist. Kofke has exhibited around the country, as well as participated in many international residencies … Continue reading Jason Kofke exhibits “World Book” at SF gallery

Bijin to Bishonen—A Visual Exploration

Bijin to Bishonen is a nuanced visual exploration of ideals of feminine and masculine beauty and the intersections of gender roles in Japanese culture. Synthesizing the traditional with the contemporary, displays of imagery and objects associated with dress, performance art, sport, and culture create and complicate perspectives about Japanese history and media. Contemporary advertisements juxtaposed … Continue reading Bijin to Bishonen—A Visual Exploration

Pass It On | The Works Of Kate S. Murray, Linda Pence, and Their Students

The President’s Hall Gallery will be hosting a unique exhibition of the works of local artist Linda Pence, SF Ceramics instructor Kate S. Murray, and their students. Featuring Ceramics and Watercolor works from over 30 artists, Pass It On will be on display from Monday, July 14 through Friday, August 8 in the President’s Hall … Continue reading Pass It On | The Works Of Kate S. Murray, Linda Pence, and Their Students

Nature of Being Photographs by Edie Fogel

The Santa Fe Gallery is currently hosting a unique and technically significant exhibition of photographs by adjunct visual art instructor Edie Fogel.  The process used to create these ethereal images encompasses several eras of technology in photography, incorporating dry plate printing—a 140 year old process—with modern digital techniques and traditional film photography. This exhibit runs … Continue reading Nature of Being Photographs by Edie Fogel

Larry Santucci – A Retrospective In Black and White

Currently on display in the President’s Hall Gallery, A Retrospective in Black and White features the unique and varied works of local photographer Larry Santucci. Photographs range in subject matter from landscapes, and still lifes to portraits, Santucci’s work captures the artists’ self-expression as well as the mood and nature of the subject. This exhibit will be … Continue reading Larry Santucci – A Retrospective In Black and White

Faculty members featured in Florida landscape exhibit

The President’s Hall will host an exhibit of the Florida landscape paintings of faculty members Michael Patrick and Julie Warmke-Robitaille. With various perspectives on the Florida landscape, this unique exhibit features Patrick’s paintings of the Gulf, while Robitaille’s work currently focuses mostly on the Atlantic Coast. This exhibit will be on display through Friday, Feb. … Continue reading Faculty members featured in Florida landscape exhibit

Present Company Excluded Photography Exhibit Opens Feb. 7

Curated from disposable cameras sent to artists worldwide, “Present Company Excluded or The Disposability of the Decisive Moment” features the work of artists and creative thinkers from Paris, Seoul, Kraków, New York, California, Texas, and many other locations across the country as well as Gainesville. The curator of ” Present Company Excluded” is Matthew Whitehead, … Continue reading Present Company Excluded Photography Exhibit Opens Feb. 7

Visit the Holiday Quilt Trees of Life Exhibit

Please join the college in celebrating the fabric art of the Gainesville Modern Quilters, as well as the Trees of Life decorated by many of SF’s student clubs and associations. The quilts and trees are on display in the President’s lobby. For more information, contact Art Gallery Manager, Kyle Novak 352-395-546. Vivid by Gina Zeitlin

Feature Works on Display in the Fine Arts Hall Lobby

This year the Fine Arts Hall Lobby will feature showcase pieces from the current exhibit in the main gallery space. We’re currently featuring the work, “A Further Distortion of My Space Girl Friend According to Her Phone Numbers in Binary Code“; Oil and Acrylic on Canvas; 90x48x22in by SF Gallery artist Lance Turner. Stop by … Continue reading Feature Works on Display in the Fine Arts Hall Lobby

From the Mountains to the Sea: Southern Landscape Painting Paintings by: Jeff Ripple

The President’s Hall Gallery  is currently featuring  “From the Mountains to the Sea: Southern Landscape Painting” by Jeff Ripple.  These technically stunning paintings were all created in the tradition of en plien air or ” in the open air”. “When painting in the field, I usually focus on quickly finding accurate color, values, forms and mood in the … Continue reading From the Mountains to the Sea: Southern Landscape Painting Paintings by: Jeff Ripple

The Santa Fe Galleries are Going Green

In an effort to reduce our paper waste stream the Santa Fe Gallery will be offering email updates in the place of our show cards. If you would like to receive electronic updates in the place of a paper mailer please send the old home address you would like removed to: Kyle.Novak@sfcollege.edu.