• Kicking Abstract & Taking Names
    Women Painters curated by Conn Ryder

    Dates: September 10, 2019 - October 18, 2019


  • Chris Vance | Not Quite an Architect

    Dates: February 26, 2019 - April 20, 2019

    Featuring works by Conn Ryder, Tibi Chelcea, Jeffrey Thompson, Robert Schulte Jr, and Andrew Clarridge.


  • Group Show

    Dates: June 1, 2018 - August 18, 2018

    Exhibiting artists include: Justin Beller, Derrick Breidenthal, Tibi Chelcea, Frank Hansen, Thomas C. Jackson, Mary Jones, Larassa Kabel, Richard Kelley, Thérèse Murdza, Travis Rice, Scott Charles Ross, Conn Ryder, Rob Stephens, Senid Tabakovic, and Jay Vigon.

     


  • Winter Group Show 2016

    Dates: December 2, 2016 - February 25, 2017

    Artists include:  Leslie Bell, Derrick Breidenthal, Catherine Dreiss, Fred Easker, Bev Gegen, Mary Jones, Larassa Kabel, Richard Kelley, Matthew Kluber, Tom Moberg, Dan Perry, Jesse Small, Senid Tabakovich, Madai Taylor, and Jordan Weber. In addition, eight new artists are showing with Moberg for the first time: Wendell Arneson, Sarah Grant, Julia Katz, Igor Khalandovskiy, Doug & Eileen Leunig, Jonathan Pearson, and Conn Ryder.


  • Winter Group Show 2017
    30+ Gallery artists on exhibit

    Dates: December 2, 2017 - February 24, 2018

    The created flora and fauna of the Winter Group Show is as varied as any region and geography. And the abstract works included here depict an inner or strictly manifested world that is as welcoming as vast lands or sky ranges we might look out onto or up into. Which is exactly what we do at the new year: look ahead, assessing signs, putting forward hopes, resolving to remember, so that we can see and make future more clearly.


  • Four Solos II 2017
    Justin Beller | Conn Ryder | Jeffrey Thompson | Bart Vargas

    Dates: June 2, 2017 - July 8, 2017

    Featuring work by Bart Vargas, Conn Ryder, Justin Beller, and Jeffrey Thompson, Four Solos II brings many textures, forms, and media together to affect any and all of our four humours. The visual and the visceral conjoin to shine in this new light of summer, and also to fan our sensibilities in the shade of thoughtful artworks.