Upcoming Exhibitions



2021


January 13 – February 6, 2021 – Shear Madness: Juried All-Media Exhibition

The Northville Art House presents this open juried exhibition highlighting original two-dimensional collage artworks composed by papier collé, decoupage, photomontage or otherwise arranging and affixing pieces of paper, fabric, photographs, or other mixed media to a surface. Entry Closed. Notification December 14.


February 17 – March 13: Annual Members’ Exhibition

Held in appreciation of members, this annual exhibition showcases the talents of our current member artists through original works of art created in a variety of media and styles. Last year 90 members participated in the exhibition. Each member receives one submission into the exhibition as a benefit through their annual member dues.

         


March 23 – April 17: Student Art Month 

This annual month-long celebration highlights visual art education for grades K – 12 in Northville Public Schools. Exhibitions typically include Northville High School IB Art ExhibitionNorthville High School Student Art Exhibition and Northville Public Schools PTA Reflections. The annual Northville Art House Arts Scholarship is also awarded to a Northville High School graduate who plans to obtain an art degree at a college or university. Learn more about the scholarship>>


April 28 – May 22: IN BLOOM: A Fresh Look at Flowers in Art 

Floral paintings, collages and textiles created by Maria Latour, Shadia Derbyshire, Denise Cassidy Wood, and Sandy Dekker in a variety of media including encaustic, fabric, oil, paper, and mixed media.


June 2 – 26: Paintings of Pamela Day & Karen Van Dam Michmerhuizen (Working Title)

In her Giverny in Spring series inspired by Claude Monet’s garden in Normandy, France, Pamela Day paints with gouache, an opaque watercolor, creating detailed and expressive collage-like views of flora and fauna. Largely self-taught, Karen’s brush, palette knife and cold wax paintings of shorelines, country scenes and gardens reveal the vivid richness and inter-play of light and shadow of Michigan’s four distinct seasons.