Gallery Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

  • Postponed to 2021 – Bird Town

    Postponed to 2021 – Bird Town 2020Look for this event sometime in 2021 As we becomes more and more distracted by technology there seems to be a growing need to meaningfully connect with nature, with the things that grow and live in the natural world. The birds that surround us daily are ambassadors to this

  • May 8 – 5×5 2020

    FAQ – Frequently Asked QuestionsVISIT THE 5×5 SITE What is 5×5 at the Depot? 5×5 at the Depot is a fundraising event. The proceeds from the sale of artwork provide critical funding for the Depot. Where does the Depot get the art they offer at the 5×5? The original 5”x5”artwork offered in 5×5 at the

  • July 9, 2021 – Liminal Spaces

    July 9, 2021 – Liminal Spaces by Dorothy GradenThe artwork Dorothy Graden presents in Liminal Spaces integrates prehistoric images with modern visuals. Each painting represents her perceptions of the ancient places she has visited. Her hand pulled and pigmented cotton rag mixed media pieces reference place, purpose, context, ritual and culture. Pulled from the energy

  • August 13, 2021 – Nowhere but Here by Julie Kasniunis

    August 13, 2021 – “Nowhere but Here” by Julie KasniunisJulie Kasniunis, shares with us a collection of artwork inspired by this fabulous place where we all live. “Nowhere but Here,” a gathering of paintings in oil, watercolor, and acrylics, encourages visitors to explore the region with the artist. Capturing light and depth through color and

  • September 10, 2021 – “Spiritual Perceptions”

    September 10, 2021 – “Spiritual Perceptions” by Linda Sorkin-EisenbergThis exhibition explores the idea of using several different mediums together to show the possibilities of how materials can dictate a single idea. Her work represents examples through the use of several types of materials. Sorkin-Eisenberg has always worked as a process artist by using materials to

  • October 8, 2021 – Bathing in a “Winter Forest” by Suzy Vance

    October 8, 2021 – Bathing in a “Winter Forest” by Suzy VanceIn this exhibit, Suzy Vance introduces us to the benefits of Shinrino-yoku or Forest Bathing. Using a combination of imagery and Haiku poetry, the artist invites you to grow your awareness of the healing power of nature. She wrote, “Walking mindfully in nature can

  • November 21 and 22 – Holiday Show and Sale at the Depot

    At the Holiday Show and Sale you will find a carefully curated selection of Art and Artisan items for your holiday gift giving. Whether it is jewelry, paintings, art to wear or anything in between, you can select perfect gifts for everyone on your list crafted by regional artists and artisans.  

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