Space is the Place
On view: July 10 – August 29, 2021
Gallery hours: Saturdays 9am-3pm and Sundays 12-3pm
Artists’ Reception: Saturday July 10, 6-8pm and Sunday
61607 29 Palms Hwy, Suite H, Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Gallery 62 is hosting a group exhibition showcasing artwork that is inspired by outer space. Local artists Thomas Alban, Ben Allanoff, Gubby Beck, Gina Bost, David Bottoms, Bonnie Brady, Rose Cefalu, Don David Young, Doug Dolde, Julianne Elliott, Jamie Ferguson. Larry Fike, Frederick Fulmer, Marcia Geiger, Jason Graves, Daniel Hogan, Snake Jagger, Dinorah Knight, Kevin Knight, Rik Livingston, Louise Marler, Kim Martin, Mitch Miller, Hiroko Momii, Elisabeth Pollnow, Melisa Rimada, Tammy Romatko, Joan Scott, Jen Shakti, Constance Walsh, Ray Yeager and Don David Young share work that reflects mankind’s observation, fascination and admiration of the great beyond. Our evening skies are one of the best reasons to stay in the desert during the summer. Whether it’s the milky way, meteor showers or UFO sightings, that big dark sky is the place to marvel, ponder and imagine the many possibilities outside our world. This exhibition takes its title from the film and concept album by avant-garde jazz musician and Afro-futurist Sun Ra. Take a listen and remember space is the place… Plus enjoy work in our Members’ Gallery by Thomas Alban, Chris Carraher, Rose Cefalu, Cesca, Doug Dolde, Deedee Forester, Jennifer Grandi, Ed Kessling, Joan Scott and Jen Shakti.
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