ANN ARBOR – The Guild of Artists & Artisans (The Guild) announces its first exhibition of 2022, Anything Goes, the second annual all media exhibition in Gutman Gallery! The exhibition kicks off with an open house style reception on Friday, Jan. 28 from 4-6 p.m. and runs through March 5. The gallery will be open to the public Wednesday – Saturday from 11 am – 5 pm or by appointment.
Anything Goes was juried by guest juror, Sara Adlerstein-Gonzalez, a member of WSG – a neighbor of Gutman Gallery, along with Guild staff. Anything Goes features 36 works from 32 talented artists, representing a variety of styles, techniques, and media. The show includes two ceramic portraits from Barbara Melnik Carson, a sextet of silk screens from John Gutoskey, and an encaustic painting from Esther Kirshenbaum.
The Guild will host a socially distanced open house style reception for the exhibition opening on Friday, January 28 from 4-6pm. Artists, patrons, and community members are invited to experience the exhibition firsthand and meet some of the artists. Masks will be required upon entry and gallery staff will monitor the number of patrons in the gallery at one time. Visit Gutman Gallery’s Anything Goes Facebook event page for opening reception details, exhibition updates, and artist highlights.
Throughout the duration of the exhibition, Artist Pop-Ups will continue on Saturdays in Gutman Gallery! Art-lovers are invited to visit the gallery on Saturdays to meet the artists behind the work and shop a wider variety of their art. Different gallery artists will be setting up shop each Saturday from 11am-5pm. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram, where we will announce the line-up each week!
The Guild continues to take measures to create a safe and comfortable environment for its community of artists and art-lovers. At this time, The Guild requires masks to be worn by all visitors at all times (masks are available to those who do not have their own). Hand sanitizer stations, courtesy of Mammoth Distilling, will be set up throughout the gallery, surfaces will be wiped down regularly, and touchless payments are an option for all transactions.
Gutman Gallery is thankful to its donors and community partners whose support makes this and other programs possible. A special thank you to: Vic Gutman & Associates, the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority, Mammoth Distilling, and Dollar Bill Printing
- Barbara Boyce
- Mr. CADatonic
- Ella Calas
- Barbara Melnik Carson
- Kristine Cravens
- Pamela Day
- Susan Fecteau
- John Gutoskey
- David Hile
- Daniel J. Hogan
- Steph Joy Hogan
- Leigh Hollmann
- Joan Painter-Jones
- Scotty Jones
- Esther Kirshenbaum
- Taylor Knight
- Laila Kujala
- Richard Morgan
- Marie Parmer
- Jesse Richard
- Gayle Sanchirico
- John Schwarz
- Matruka Sherman
- Peter Sparling
- Robin Speth
- Pamela Stoddard
- Laura Teste
- Val Tomich
- Seamus Walsh
- Lisse Williams
- Donald Woodward
- Jes Zilla
- January 28 | Anything Goes Opening Reception
- Be the first to experience the exhibition on Friday, January 28 from 4-6pm.
- Saturdays | Artist Pop-Ups in Gutman Gallery
- Shop a variety of artwork from local artists every Saturday from 11am-5pm.
- January 29 | Artist Pop-Up with Marie Parmer
- February 5 | Artist Pop-Ups with Steph Joy Hogan and Daniel J. Hogan
- February 12 | Valentine’s Day Pop-Up with Ella Calas
- February 19 | Artist Pop-Up with Kandy Myny
- March 5 | Artist Pop-Up with Corey Wallace
Location & Hours:
- Gutman Gallery: 118 N. Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104
- Open: Wednesday – Saturday 11am-5pm
*Also available by appointment by contacting Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Guild of Artists & Artisans is a non-profit, membership organization of professional artists. Established in 1970, The Guild’s mission is to promote community awareness, understanding and appreciation of the visual arts and to maintain a support network for artists, which provides educational, mentoring and marketing opportunities. The Guild is recognized and valued for its ability to showcase independent artists, bringing their artwork to the community via its juried fine art and fine craft fairs. It is a trusted source for artists and fairgoers alike. The Guild is best known for its award-winning Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair.
Gutman Gallery is an inclusive fine art space open to all regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religion, racial group, etc. Not only is the gallery home to rotating art exhibitions and a gallery shop, but it also provides a creative space for the community to come together for workshops and events, both in-person and online.