The State of the Art Gallery is asking all visitors to wear masks in our gallery.

33rd Annual Juried Photography Show

We are pleased to call for entries to our 33rd Annual Juried Photography Show. This year, we return to an in-gallery show. The show will also be viewable online.See the full announcement.

Two New Shows in May

May 5–29, 2022

The State of the Art Gallery will host two exhibits for the month of May: the Main Gallery showcases Wings, Petals, and Leaves, while the Salon features works by members.

Wings, Petals, and Leaves

Playground for Megacyllene by Margy Nelson

Members Margy Nelson and Diana Ozolins, and guest artist Carla DeMello capture observations of nature in paintings, digital prints, photographs, and paper sculptures. Take a deep dive into their visions of the local landscape, the natural world, and the creatures that inhabit it. May 5–29, 2022. Opening reception Friday, May 6, 5–8pm.

The show appears in the Main Gallery and online.

Olivia Kinne has written an excellent article about the show at the SoAG Blog.

May 2022 Salon

Robbie by Susan C. Larkin

The Salon exhibits work by members Mary Ann Bowman, Ed Brothers, Eva M. Capobianco, Christine Chin, Don Ellis, Frances Fawcett, Jay Hart, Patricia Hunsinger, Vince Joseph, Ileen Kaplan, Susan C. Larkin, Harry Littell, Daniel McPheeters, Patty L Porter, Nancy Ridenour, Carol Spence, Ethel Vrana, and David Watkins Jr.

The show also can be seen online.

April Shows

Although the two April shows have left the gallery, you can still see Double Vision and April 2022 Salon online.

Featured Member Artist: Patricia Hunsinger

I was born in Endicott, New York. I work predominantly in the multifaceted medium of printmaking but include alternative photographic processes, mixed media and sculpture in my installations. I completed my MFA with distinction at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.

Learn more about Patricia and see more of her art at her member’s page.

News from our members

Black Mothers' Sons

Eva M. Capobianco is also pleased to have Black Mothers’ Sons on display at the Schweinfurth Art Center’s Made in NY  exhibit. The show in Auburn, New York, will continue through May 15, 2022.

Sunflower Trio

Ileen Kaplan will have several oil paintings in the new exhibit, Director’s Choice, at the West End Gallery in Corning. The show opened on December 3, 2021.


Connie Zehr‘s installation EGGS appears in a retrospect of work from the Light and Space movement, which was active in Los Angeles in the 70s. The exhibit is showing at the Copenhagen Contemporary until September 2022.

Dots and Stripes

Ethel Vrana has 20 recent pieces in a group show, Found, at Pink Arrow Arts in Montrose, Pennsylvania. The show will run from April 23 to May 28. Pink Arrow’s web page for the show includes a video interview with Ethel.