State of the Art

Uplifting, Watching and Soloing

#MeToo, ‘From Silent to Resilient’

New paintings by Debra Lott with guest artists Meg White and Rachel Gibbs will take place at Pyro Gallery now through Oct. 20. Debra Lott is recognized for her figurative paintings that feature and uplift women. In her most recent body of work, Lott spotlights the current “#MeToo” movement where she reveals pivotal moments when women break free from the culture of sexual harassment.

Watch the Sky, Waiting for Signs

New work by Emily Church at Galerie Hertz in the Historic Shelby Park Neighborhood will be on display until Sept. 22. Regarding the exhibit, Church states, “What remains constant throughout this body of work is the persistence of the sky. …While some of my recent landscapes incorporate imagery of desert or oceans, many are views of Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Though urban-dwelling, I have always found refuge in parks built as an oasis from the relentless concrete of the modern metropolis.”

Glass Works by Nikolaj Christensen

Flame Run Gallery is proud to introduce the works of Nikolaj Christensen, who brings form, color, scale and function together in this solo exhibition. After growing up in Louisville, Christensen discovered his love of glass during his senior year at Washington University in St. Louis. He currently resides in Philadelphia, where he manages the East Falls Glassworks. This exhibition runs through Nov. 10.