Future Exhibitions at Gallery221

What lies beyond: Ashley Ortiz-Diaz and Janelle Young

September 30 – November 21, 2019
Gallery3 | 3rd floor DLRC
Reception: Thursday, November 14, 5 – 8 p.m.
Panel discussion to begin at 6 p.m.

Co-curated by Amanda Poss and Phillip A. Townsend, What lies beyond Gallery3 presents recent work by artists Ashley Ortiz-Diaz and Janelle Young. Moving deftly between physical expanses and psychological topographies of the self, the selected artworks by Ortiz-Diaz and Young question our understanding of matter, materials, and what lies beyond our perception of the known world. Including drawings, photographs, prints, and found objects, What lies beyond encourages viewers to consider the liminal spaces between what was and what lies ahead—the spheres of transitions, pauses, and the unknown.

Installation of Ashley Ortiz's "False Space, No Shadow" exhibition.

False Space, No Shadow


Ashley Ortiz-Diaz (b. 1991) received her MFA from the University of Florida in 2019 and currently lives and works in Gainesville, FL.

Installation of Janelle Young's "Palm's Bloom" exhibition.

Palm's Bloom


Janelle Young (b. 1983) is an artist and educator currently living in Tampa, FL who received her MFA degree from the University of Georgia in 2016.


130 Years: Lynn Foskett, Leslie Neumann, and Roberta Schofield

October 7 – December 5, 2019
Gallery221 | 2nd floor DLRC
Reception: Wednesday, October 9, 5 – 8 p.m.
Panel discussion with guest curated by R. Lynn Whitelaw to start at 6 p.m.

This exhibition is the second showing at Gallery221 to explore the artistic careers of older artists.  The three painters in this exhibition are female artists over the age of 65 who collectively have been practicing artists for more than 130 years. It is a complement to the exhibition 130 Years: John Gurbacs, Tom Kettner, and Stephen Schatz presented in Gallery221 in the fall of 2017. 

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Installation of Lynn Foskett's "Stacked" exhibition.



Lynn Foskett

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Installation of Leslie Neumann's "Squall" exhibition.



Leslie Neumann

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Installation of Roberta Schofield's "On Edge" exhibition.

On Edge


Roberta Schofield

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