Exhibits

January 5 – 27: Contagious Curiosity: Todd Burroughs with Students and Instructors from the Atelier

-This exhibition features 23 paintings, drawings and prints by Todd Burroughs and students and instructors from Metro Detroit. Each work reveals classical techniques developed in European ateliers during the 18th Century.

The artists include: Todd Burroughs, Patrice Lockwood, Fran Seikaly, John Carlson, Karen Bobier, Martin Brill, Beth Cox, Amy Foster, Clinton Snider, Golsa Yaghoobi, Claudia Selene, Vincent Cervantez, Kristin Carey, Sophie Linden, Elizabeth Hungerman, Joe Kay, and Jessica Hosmer.

Burroughs has taught classical painting and drawing for over 14 years. The desire to pass on his artistic knowledge led to teaching being an important part of his studio practice.

“One of the things I love about teaching is that it creates an environment of intellectual curiosity that is contagious. Curiosity drives me to start a new piece of art and to sit down in front of a piece that I have been working on for months with excitement and sincerity.”

Contagious Curiosity opens with a public reception on Friday, January 5, from 6 -9 p.m. with a Gallery Talk at 7 p.m.

Also on View –  “The Faces Around Me” by Michigan Emerging Artist, Jennifer Kesler


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About our Exhibits

Every month, the Northville Art House features an art exhibition in the upper gallery.  These exhibits highlight the work of some of the finest artists in Metro Detroit and throughout the country, in all mediums and genres. The work of emerging artists is also presented on an upper level exhibition wall.  Opening receptions take place the First Friday of the month and are always free and open to the public.

Everyone is welcome at the Art House. We offer a variety of programs and services to make the Art House accessible to you. If you would like to view one of our exhibits and are a person with disabilities, please contact us to make arrangements to bring the art to our lower gallery or another accessible building. 

Our classroom and bathrooms are wheelchair accessible by entering through the back door near the handicapped parking.
Service dogs are welcome.

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