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Friday, December 5 - Saturday, December 20, 2014

KIRA!: June Stechler's Burundi Women

Last winter a small group from a Colonial church, a local congregation, visited the work of World Relief in Burundi. As a result of this trip, Kristin Geer produced a short documentary and also shot many beautiful and haunting still photos. June Steckler saw the photos and has painted acrylic portraits, landscapes and abstracts in response. Her exhibit will hang in the Homewood Studios Gallery Gallery during December. Ms. Steckler is donating the paintings and the proceeds to the further the work of World Relief Burundi.

June produced a similar show last year with a photographer who visits an orphanage in India. You can see those and other paintings on her website. You can follow the painting-process of her Burundi work on her website or Facebook page.

Gallery Talk: Tuesday, December 9th beginning at 7p

Ms. Steckler resides in California and will not be present for the talk, but we will have an evening of discussion, using Critical Response Protocol (CRP) to investigate what we can learn from her work about the women of Burundi and about ourselves.

Thursday, January 8 - Saturday, January 31, 2015


Homewood Studios resident artist, Julie Landsman (painter) and her husband Maury (photographer), are planning a show around the theme of windows.

Details anon and as they solidify in the artists' minds.

Thursday, April 9 - Wednesday, April 22, 2015


It is with great pride and pleasure we announce this show. Mitchell is a child of our neighborhood, we have known him since he was a baby. Now he has a child of his own, and drawings of her will be in this show.

Mitchell is a composer/musician, a film maker and a visual artist. We happily anticipate viewing his new work and seeing his community support him.

Details about opening reception and gallery talk anon.