New all media exhibition opening on Friday at Gutman Gallery in Ann Arbor

Guests at the Gutman Gallery in Ann Arbor before the COVID-19 pandemic. (Gutman Gallery)

ANN ARBOR – The Guild of Artists & Artisans will host its third annual all media show “Anything Goes” at its Gutman Gallery from Feb. 17-March 25.

The show will kick off with a public reception on Friday from 4-6 p.m. Some of the artists will be at the event and light refreshments will be served.

For the remainder of the exhibition, community members will be able to visit the gallery Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

For more information about the reception, check the event’s Facebook page.

The show was juried by guest juror and artist Norma Inloes. In total, the exhibition is comprised of 41 works by 36 artists who specialize in a variety of techniques, styles and media. Art on display will include oil paintings, mixed media sculptures, ceramic sculptures, upcycled glass and salvaged live edge wood pieces.

For more information about Gutman Gallery and other upcoming events, visit its website.

Participating artists include:

  • Beverly Becker
  • Irina Bondarenko
  • Barbara Boyce
  • Kyle Caraher
  • Barbara Melnik Carson
  • Kris Cravens
  • Pamela Day
  • Christine Deemer
  • Brianna Derfiny
  • David Fischer
  • Richard Franz
  • David Hile
  • Steph Joy Hogan
  • Leigh Hollmann
  • Larry Hoxey
  • Kelly Ingleright
  • Joan Painter-Jones
  • Linda Klenczar
  • Laila Kujala
  • Quinn McClelland
  • Thomas McDole
  • Nicole McKay
  • Jen Muse
  • Kandy Myny
  • Mandy Pringle
  • Anne Rogers
  • Denise Rohde
  • Thomas Rosenbaum
  • Jenny Schu
  • Lissa Spitz
  • Betsy Stecker
  • Pamela Stoddard
  • Lucy Synk
  • Laura Teste
  • Lise Williams
  • Deborah Wood

Gutman Gallery is located at 118 N. Fourth Ave.

For more information about Gutman Gallery and other upcoming events, visit its website.

About the Author:

Meredith has worked for WDIV since August 2017 and was voted one of Washtenaw County's best journalists in 2019 by eCurrent's readers. She covers the community of Ann Arbor and has a Master's degree in International Broadcast Journalism from City University London, UK.