Galleries

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.

Not Nothing, Everything: New Works & Collaborative Experiments by Matthew Whitehead & Kyle Novak

Not Nothing, Everything features new works and collaborative installations by Santa Fe College Faculty member Matthew Whitehead and gallery manager Kyle Novak. The exhibit is a romanticized collection of events, images and found objects that call upon personal memories. These items are arranged and assembled, creating a sense of narrative and nostalgia. They become projections of … Continue reading Not Nothing, Everything: New Works & Collaborative Experiments by Matthew Whitehead & Kyle Novak

Matthew Whitehead | Recent Discoveries

The current President’s Hall exhibit features the unique and surprising, contemporary works of Santa Fe Faculty member Matthew Whitehead. The pieces in the exhibit vary from polaroid and digital photography to subtle collages. This exhibit will run thru Friday, August 9th.  The President’s Hall is located on the second floor of the Robertson Administration Building. … Continue reading Matthew Whitehead | Recent Discoveries

Call It What You Like | Works By Santa Fe Students, Faculty, and Staff

The Santa Fe Gallery will exhibit over 80 unique works by the Santa Fe community from May 23  thru June 28, 2013. In this unique exhibition, which varies from paintings and drawings to sculpture and photography, all works submitted were included. The Gallery along with the  Gallereans Art Club will host an opening reception Thursday, … Continue reading Call It What You Like | Works By Santa Fe Students, Faculty, and Staff

Unlimitably Wings: Photography by Vicki Santello, Reception May 16

The President’s Hall Art Gallery at Santa Fe College is proud to announce a special reception featuring the striking and intimate imagery of photographer Vicki Santello.  This exhibit  features rare birds from across the world captured in their truest and most natural form. The reception will take place May 16, 5:30 – 8 p.m.; the … Continue reading Unlimitably Wings: Photography by Vicki Santello, Reception May 16

Santa Fe Alumna’s Photography Featured in President’s Hall Gallery

The current exhibit in the President’s Hall features the photography of Santa Fe alumna Madelyn Wise. Wise’s photography focuses on capturing the significance of the moment, a documentation of memory.  The President’s Hall is located on the second floor of the Robertson Administration building, and is open weekdays 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. For any … Continue reading Santa Fe Alumna’s Photography Featured in President’s Hall Gallery

Last Day to Vote for Viewer’s Choice in Student Art Competition

Stop by the M-147 Gallery before Friday, April 12, to see some innovative and original art made from recycled materials. This juried, student exhibit features creatively rendered work all composed of recycled and re-used materials. Come by and vote in the viewer’s choice category. The M-147 gallery is open daily 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. … Continue reading Last Day to Vote for Viewer’s Choice in Student Art Competition

SF Professors Featured in Art Show, Opening Reception April 12

Three SF professors in the English department (two current and one retired) will have their artwork featured in “Still Painting Out Loud,” an art showcase scheduled to run from Saturday, April 6 through Saturday, May 18. Gay Zieger (retired), Valerie D’Ortona and Suzanne Carlton (current professors), along with 25 others, are painting students in Gainesville … Continue reading SF Professors Featured in Art Show, Opening Reception April 12

SF College Spring Arts Festival Has International Flavor, April 6-7

International art, jazz & food – a whirlwind world tour in downtown Gainesville The Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival transforms downtown Gainesville’s historic NE 1st Street and the Thomas Center lawn into a crossroads of the world April 6 and 7. “The festival has always been international, and we’ve had artists from as far … Continue reading SF College Spring Arts Festival Has International Flavor, April 6-7

Region 4: Transformation Through Imagination Superfund Art Project

The Santa Fe Gallery along with the City of Gainesville, The Florida Division of Cultural Affairs,  OconnorartLLC and Sustainable Santa Fe will host the Region 4 Superfund Art Project. The exhibit will feature work by  Santa Fe Faculty member Stacey Breheny as well as local artists Margaret Ross Tolbert, Jerry Cutler and many more. The … Continue reading Region 4: Transformation Through Imagination Superfund Art Project