Galaudet Gallery 2019 Exhibition Schedule
2019 is the Year of Leaves of Grass
Before the Temple of Flora
Naked Flowers: Poetry Revealed
Choix Fleurs: les Deux: Avant le Temple
Sense of Place: THERE
Walt Whitman and Rockwell Kent
Visions of Sugar Plums: Algorithms, Abstract Art and Folk Art
Naked Flowers 2: Poetry in Motion
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Welcome to Galaudet Gallery a 21st Century art gallery experience.
We have two wonderful spaces in Chicago and Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Both spaces are set in Victorian buildings and offer unique exhibitions and events throughout each year.
Galaudet Gallery sells fine art from professional fine artists and emerging talent
including original oil painting, photography, watercolor, drawing
sculpture, mixed media and multi-media pieces.
We also offer archival prints during each exhibit.
Galaudet Gallery curates several fine art exhibitions a year including wonderful and forward thinking artworks that are supported with extensive research that is shared through curatorial models developed by Galaudet Gallery curators and education, archaeological ideas, decorative arts
and events also add to each exhibits aesthetic experience.
Galaudet Gallery Mission Statement
To present fine art exhibitions from professional fine artists and emerging talent including all forms of art
Recognizing our placement in history as a call to illuminate changes, support innovation and grow transformational experiences by unfolding past, present and future layers into simple glances of beautiful things.
We seek a renewal of an Arts and Crafts ideology with a 21st Century sensibility encouraging the creation, collection, and appreciation of art, craft and what is coming next
People Are Talking About Galaudet Gallery
"Galaudet Gallery's Chakras exhibit was significant and intellectually stimulating; they raised this metaphysical theme to a fine art standard."
Jules Heffe, Art Collector and Consultant
"Where Our Food Comes From is sustainable fine art that is worth consideration"
The Virginian Pilot
"Not only will the works of art call into question the definition of folk art, but the definition of what it means to be an artist." Emily Kinzel, Volume One
"Each one of the four gallery rooms is dedicated to a different way artists see the world: Artist as Visionary, Artist as Explorer, Artist as Seeker and Artist as Maker." Faith Hultman, The Spectator