Gallery Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

  • Into the Wild

    October 11, 5-7 pm Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, OH MY!!! Join Wildlife artist Sue Gombus on a photographic safari through Asia, Africa, and North America, all within the safe confines of the Depot Gallery.  

  • Inside and Out

    September 13, 5-7 pm Accomplished Water-Colorist, Pat Herman will exhibit a collection of her work that has been painted in her studio and/or rendered Plein Air. The exhibit opens September 13 and continues through the month of September 

  • ​Keeping the Past Present

    ​Friday August 9, 5-7 pm ​Keeping the Past Present, a group exhibition, opens at the Depot August 9. For this exhibit, several artists have contributed work that has a reference to the past with an eye toward the future. Maybe they used and an old material, such as egg tempura to create contemporary images. Maybe

  • Playing with Patterns

    In this most recent body of work, Caryn Brown is Playing with Patterns.  She composes repeating elements in her work to create a sense of balance, movement, and rhythm.  She incorporates her interpretation of pattern on both her functional and narrative pieces. Caryn has collaborated with textile artist Alan Spaeth.  Together they play with pattern

  • Ligocki

    Llee Ligocki’s work is visually compelling.  There is much to see and discuss in her work.  Each piece tells a story and that story can be different to different viewers.  She creates work that facilitates social dialogue.

  • 5×5 Event

    5×5 at the Depot is an art exhibit with a twist.  All the artwork is the same size, 5”x5”.  All the artwork is donated by the artists.  But each artwork is unique in concept and from a variety of media.   There is a great deal or pre-event chatter with patrons discussing their favorite artists. 

Past Exhibits

  • AUGUST MUSEUM EXHIBIT….Gone But Not Forgotten

    Did you know that there were homes located on the North side of Lake Front Drive? There were 36 houses located between State Park Road and Central Avenue. Looking at the North side of the road now you would have never thought houses were built there at one time. The exhibit has pictures of the homes and explains where they

  • “VESSEL”- A GROUP EXHIBITION: Opening Reception August 10

    According to Webster a Vessel is: – a container (such as a cask, bottle, kettle, cup, or bowl) for holding something – a person into whom some quality (such as grace) is infused – a watercraft – a tube or canal (such as an artery) in which a body fluid is contained and conveyed or

  • Opening Reception – Visual Poetry by Linda LeMar

    September 14, 5:00 – 7:00pm Linda LeMar’s wall sculptures are mindscapes or visual poetry.  Her bas-relief clay wall pieces are deeply rooted in how she views the world around her.  LeMar works in layers, building layers of textured paper clay, firing it, painting the surfaces and crevices with stains made from oxides, or washes of

  • Side Tracked by Steven Schwab

    July 13 through August 5 Traveling around the world buying and selling unique items in his business, Steven Schwab would take his camera with him. Triggered by his childhood love of trains, he became sidetracked…sidetracked by his fascination with the perspectives of both passengers, onlookers, and the “otherwise occupied.” Sidetracked is the collection images taken

  • Beverly Shores Where Art and Artists Live!

    There is something about Beverly Shores that feeds the soul of an artist. That is evident by the number of artists, artisans, and other creatives that live here. This exhibit recognizes and celebrates the creativity of our residents. Please join us in appreciating the artwork of the established artists, emerging artists, and weekend artists and