Between Things, Marianne Connolly’s solo photographic installation, is showing at Gallery A3 during the month of June. Connolly’s night-time walks provide photographs edged with a tinge of danger, stories told across the gallery’s walls (in squares, grids and collages); visitors will also find a mysterious (just possibly vertical) re-telling of the Rapunzel story. Gallery hours Th-Su, 1-7pmArtists in ConversationThursday, June 18, 7:30 pm See More
Distant Places – Two Visions runs from April 2 through May 2 at Gallery A3. Eric Broudy offers photographs of the Patagonian landscape and a private side of Buenos Aires, and Keith Hollingworth paints ocean and cosmos, with seashells or collage extending over the canvas. See More
December 4, 2014 at 1pm to December 27, 2014 at 7pm
December is a month of Small Wonders at Gallery A3. Over fifty small works by local artists fill the walls in this fascinating exhibition. Sixteen artists created multiple works on 6x6" panels, each an original piece of art in mixed media, painting, or photography. The result is a gallery of small gems, identical in size but richly diverse in media, style and vision.Opening reception First Thurs, Dec 4, 5-8pm See More
Gallery A3 Art ForumThursday, November 20, 7:30 pmThe November Art Forum features a dialogue with guests Terry Jenoure, Director of Augusta Savage Gallery, University of Massachusetts and art historian Gary Tartakov. See More
Fingerprints of Time is a one-person exhibit at Gallery A3 by artist Janet Walerstein Winston. Winston’s paintings and monoprints express her fascination with the natural world, including insects, butterflies and the changing climate of the earth.See More
Shifting Perspectives accompanies inMomentTime an exhibit of sculpture by Rebecca Muller and presents special guests Taiga Ermanson and Chris Nelson. Taiga Ermanson is an artist and museum educator. She works with drawing, installation, and social art. Chris Nelson focuses on site-specific/responsive installation art. He has also worked as an educator, gallery director, and curator. The Art Forum series is supported in part by a grant from the Amherst Cultural Council, a local agency which is…See More
InMOMENTtime is an installation by Rebecca Muller of small constructions made from shards of metal, and site-specific constructions of rebar and wire mesh. The materials bear the marks of erosion, and carry the impact of time and weather on matter. Circular pieces, punctuated by long, narrow marks, spiral across a long wall and form a kind of timeline. Muller explores the concept of perceptual displacement: where we stand shifts the way we see things.See More
August exhibit at Gallery A3 features photography by nine artists. Some are fine-art photographers who use the camera as their primary medium. Others are painters, sculptors and mixed-media artists who either incorporate photographs in their work or bring the sensibility of another art form to their photography. Gallery Hours Thurs-Sun, 1-7pmSee More
Gallery A3, a cooperative fine art gallery in Amherst, MA, will exhibit its members’ works in Holyoke at Paper City Studios, 80 Race Street. A Moveable Feast showcases the work of more than a dozen artists and will include paintings, photographs, mixed-media art, and prints. This is only the third time that Gallery A3 has taken its members’ work on the road.According to Gallery A3’s Tom Morton, who coordinated the show, “This exhibition is a wonderful outreach for our members to the growing art…See More
A retrospective of Paintings, drawings and prints display Hamilton’s fine sensitivity to color and her handling of the mysteries of paint as it touches the canvas. Gallery hours Thu-Sun, 1-7pm. Show ends April 26 See More
Gallery A3 shows contemporary art by Valley artists. Since it opened in 2002, the gallery’s been an alternative venue for innovative art in a wide range of media and styles. Our members share business and aesthetic decisions and form a supportive community for making and exhibiting art.
Describe your organization or gallery
We are a cooperative art gallery located in downtown Amherst. The gallery has an exhibition space in the new Amherst Cinema building. We offer monthly exhibitions, salons with guest speakers, art forums with the exhibiting artists, and opening receptions in conjunction with the Amherst Art Walk.