CURRENT EXHIBIT

Looking Forward…

September 2022: Peggy Abell & Todd Beers

October 2022: Kathleen Hanney

November 2022: Richard Jenks

December 2022: Artsquad

BOOKINGS

For Little Cafe art exhibit bookings, contact Zanne Brunner, Little Cafe Art Curator: zanne@thelittle.org. Exhibiting artists must be members of the Little Theatre.

PAST EXHIBITS

“Take Two” – Jim and Gail Thomas

“Take Two” – Jim and Gail Thomas

ART EXHIBIT"Take Two" - Jim and Gail Thomas April 27-May 30, 2022Location: The Little Theatre CafeReception: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 15Hours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)About: Paintings and drawings by Jim and Gail Thomas. 

“The Art and Lives of Jaffe and Martha” – Julie Gelfand

“The Art and Lives of Jaffe and Martha” – Julie Gelfand

ART EXHIBIT"The Art and Lives of Jaffe and Martha" - Julie Gelfand March 28 - April 27, 2022Location: The Little Theatre CafeReception: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 3Hours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)Artist Statement: On display will be a visual and written dialogue about the challenges and art of aging, individualism, creativity, and community. Jaffe's struggle with Parkinson's and...

“Dual Ambience” – Robin McCondichie and Karen Frutiger

“Dual Ambience” – Robin McCondichie and Karen Frutiger

ART EXHIBIT"Dual Ambience" - Robin McCondichie & Karen Frutiger March 2 - March 30, 2022Location: The Little Theatre CafeReception: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 6Hours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)Artist Statement: Karen Frutiger artist statement: I live in Rochester, New York and have taught workshops at The Mill Art Center and at Studio 402 in Anderson Alley. My process is one of...

“Beautiful Extinction” & “Seneca Constellations” – Bruce Zaretsky

“Beautiful Extinction” & “Seneca Constellations” – Bruce Zaretsky

ART EXHIBIT"Beautiful Extinction" & "Seneca Constellations" - Bruce Zaretsky Feb. 2 - March 1, 2022Location: The Little Theatre CafeReception: No reception this monthHours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)Artist Statement: Beautiful Extinction Beautiful Extinction was born when I noticed how beautiful the sunsets were during an outbreak of wildfires across the United States. These fires,...

“Washboards and Beyond …” – Dave Paprocki

“Washboards and Beyond …” – Dave Paprocki

ART EXHIBIT"Washboards and Beyond..." - Washboard Dave Paprocki January 2022Location: The Little Theatre CafeReception: Sunday, January 9 @ 2pm-4pmHours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)Artist Statement: Dave Paprocki Going back from 1963 to 2008 I played drums in several different bands. Playing Rock, Blues, Zydeco, Cajun, Country Rock and Bluegrass. In 2008 I decided to pack the drums...

Changing Course – Nancy Valle

Changing Course – Nancy Valle

ART EXHIBIT"Changing Course" - Nancy Valle December 2021Location: The Little Theatre CafeReception: Sunday, December 5 @ 2pm-4pmHours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)Atist Statement: During the past 20 years, my art medium of choice was clay. I loved the process of ceramics - the rhythm of rolling, joining, glazing, firing, and making any shape or surface required to represent my ideas. Many...

Uncharted Waters: A Solo Show of Mixed Media – Margery Pearl Gurnett

Uncharted Waters: A Solo Show of Mixed Media – Margery Pearl Gurnett

ART EXHIBIT"Uncharted Waters" - Margery Pearl Gurnett November 2021Location: The Little Theatre CafeReception: Sunday, November 14 @ 2pm-4pmHours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)The Little Theatre Café is hosting a solo show displaying the artwork of Margery Pearl Gurnett. The work is both abstract and narrative and would be described as mixed media, diorama-like, collages containing glass....

Sticks & Stones – Connie Ehindero and Constance Mauro

Sticks & Stones – Connie Ehindero and Constance Mauro

ART EXHIBIT"Sticks & Stones" - Connie Ehindero and Constance Mauro October 2021Location: The Little Theatre Cafe Reception: Sunday, October 17 @ 2pm-4pm Hours: Cafe Open Hours (see thelittle.org)Connie Ehindero  SUMMARY ARTIST STATEMENT Ehindero’s art comes from the immersion in the natural world, translating its lines and forms, seen and unseen, past and present, onto canvas and board. The...