Headstone Gallery

Headstone Gallery Contemporary art gallery located in Kingston NY

Joe SinnessChance colored pencil on paper (framed) 8” x 11”
2024  Join us tomorrow and all weekend long, 12pm - 5pm, for...
06/27/2024

Joe Sinness
Chance
colored pencil on paper (framed)
8” x 11”
2024



Join us tomorrow and all weekend long, 12pm - 5pm, for the final week of our current exhibition, Love Letters, by Joe Sinness.

Joe Sinness (b. 1980 in Grand Forks, North Dakota) lives and works in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joe received a bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature and Studio Art from College of St. Benedict / St. John’s University (CSB/SJU) and an MFA in studio art from Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD). He is a two-time McKnight Visual Arts Fellow (2013 & 2019) as well as a two-time recipient of an Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and was a 2015 resident of the Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR). Notable solo exhibitions include Hair+Nails (Minneapolis), Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), Law Warschaw Gallery (Macalester College), Ace Art (Winnipeg, Manitoba), and the Rochester Art Center (Rochester, MN). Collections include the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Macalester College, and the Tweed Museum of Art in Duluth, MN. Joe has instructed studio arts at CSB/SJU, MCAD, and Macalester College, and also works as a concept illustrator.

DM for inquiries or email us using the link in bio.

LAST WEEKEND, FOLKS! Do not miss Joe Sinness’s solo exhibition, Love Letters. Exhibition closes on Sunday. 🌈🌈🌈Join us Fr...
06/26/2024

LAST WEEKEND, FOLKS! Do not miss Joe Sinness’s solo exhibition, Love Letters. Exhibition closes on Sunday. 🌈🌈🌈

Join us Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 12pm - 5pm. DM for inquiries or email us using the link in bio.

As PRIDE Month comes to a close, you should not miss, Love Letters, our current solo exhibition by Joe Sinness. Sadly, t...
06/24/2024

As PRIDE Month comes to a close, you should not miss, Love Letters, our current solo exhibition by Joe Sinness. Sadly, this is the very last weekend to see this show.

The gallery is open Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm or by appointment.



Cheers to you, Joe and HAPPY PRIDE!! XOXOXO

Happy Saturday! And Happy PRIDE! Yes, it is for the entire month-  including our current solo exhibition, LOVE LETTERS, ...
06/22/2024

Happy Saturday! And Happy PRIDE! Yes, it is for the entire month- including our current solo exhibition, LOVE LETTERS, by Joe Sinness.



Join us today and tomorrow, 12pm-5pm. Love Letters runs through the end of June. DM for inquires or email us using the link in bio.

Image:
Joe Sinness
Last one, I promise
colored pencil on paper (framed)
14” x 11”
2023

Bummed about the heat? Come see Joe Sinness’s solo exhibition, Love Letters. Up through June 30 🔥 Gallery hours are Frid...
06/20/2024

Bummed about the heat? Come see Joe Sinness’s solo exhibition, Love Letters. Up through June 30 🔥



Gallery hours are Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm or by appointment. DM for inquiries or email us using the link in bio.

Pulling directly from the infamous NYC cable access series, “The Emerald City,” a show that welcomed q***r artists, vocalists, and performers alike including John Waters, Divine, Larry Kramer, and Wayland Flowers & Madame, Sinness uses video stills, air-breaks during the broadcast, of advertisements such as The Paradise Room or Metrolines Inc. Pushing anticipation, Sinness even draws the television test card for video, aka EBU colour bar, a romantic marking of time-period and nods at old-school television’s natural rainbow.

For full press release, please visit our website.

Image:
Joe Sinness
G&A Books
colored pencil on paper (framed)
11” x 14”
2024

Joe SinnessAkademiecolored pencil on paper (framed)12” x 17” 2023 Our current solo exhibition by Joe Sinness, LOVE LETTE...
06/18/2024

Joe Sinness
Akademie
colored pencil on paper (framed)
12” x 17”
2023



Our current solo exhibition by Joe Sinness, LOVE LETTERS, is up through June 30th. We are here Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm.

HAPPY PRIDE, Kingston!! 🌈🌈🌈

DM for inquiries or email us using the link in bio.

CALL YOUR DAD! Happy Father’s Day to all of those fathers, dads, and daddies 😊 We are here today til 5pm for the solo ex...
06/16/2024

CALL YOUR DAD! Happy Father’s Day to all of those fathers, dads, and daddies 😊 We are here today til 5pm for the solo exhibition, Love Letters, by Joe Sinness. Up thru June 30th.



DM for inquiries or email us using the link in bio.

Image:
Joe Sinness
Metrolines
colored pencil on paper (framed)
11” x 14”
2024

Joe SinnessJupitercollage, colored pencil, sequins, semi-precious stones on archival print (framed)7.5” x 11” 2023 Join ...
06/16/2024

Joe Sinness
Jupiter
collage, colored pencil, sequins, semi-precious stones on archival print (framed)
7.5” x 11”
2023



Join us Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm, for Love Letters, a solo exhibition by Joe Sinness.

DM for inquiries or email us using the link in bio.

HAPPY PRIDE, Kingston!! You haven’t properly celebrated PRIDE Month without the gorgeous work by Joe Sinness. Come by He...
06/14/2024

HAPPY PRIDE, Kingston!! You haven’t properly celebrated PRIDE Month without the gorgeous work by Joe Sinness. Come by Headstone this Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm, for his solo exhibition, Love Letters.



Don’t miss this exhibition - thru June 30th. Cheers to you Kingston Qu**rs!! 😘🌈❤️

pride

We are pleased to WELCOME BACK Julie Ewald with  to Headstone for her focused series, THE BACK SHOP :) Create new habits...
06/12/2024

We are pleased to WELCOME BACK Julie Ewald with to Headstone for her focused series, THE BACK SHOP :) Create new habits and skills to relieve chronic low back pain.

This is a 4-Week Series to understand the why’s our backs might be hurting and how to help ourselves. Every person has a different way of carrying themselves. This is the habit. And this habit is often the root cause of where back pain begins. These sessions include restorative yoga and will break down the foundations of how we stand, walk, sit, work and create awareness that facilitates relief. Core, posture, stress, strength, stability, flexibility, and breathing techniques are incorporated to give us the tools to feel better. Sleep better.

Mondays at Headstone gallery 6-8PM
June 24th, July 1st, July 8th, July 15th (make up session TBA)
Sliding scale $150-$199 (price is sliding scale to make it more affordable for those that don’t have the funds)
Price includes one-on-one assistance and additional, complimentary Back Shop classes at Identity Yoga on Wednesdays 6PM-7:05PM for the duration of series.

SIGN-UP via LINK IN BIO

This is for You if you are someone:

-With chronic low back pain. (and yup, this affects the shoulders and neck too.) Friends with acute pain or injury are recommended to see a doctor or better yet your favorite acupuncturist or chiro.They are lifesavers when pain is acute and great for tune-ups.

-Who is looking for sustainable pain relief and not just a temporary fix.

-Who is looking for better posture and stress relief. p.s.: these two things have a large impact on how we move and feel.

-Who is looking to understand where they might be over or under working parts of the body that might add to their back issues.

-Who is ready to be open, learn and commit to learning new skills that help create new habits for happy backs and increased flexibility.

Why Julie? She doesn’t have the answers friends, but what she does know is how to ask the right questions. Along with her own personal journey through hell with back pain and a pretty hefty load of knowledge and experience under her belt, she’s also extremely passionate about helping people feel better.

Join us this Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm, for the incredible solo exhibition, Love Letters, by Joe Sinness. Growing up i...
06/12/2024

Join us this Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm, for the incredible solo exhibition, Love Letters, by Joe Sinness.



Growing up in Devils Lake, North Dakota, Sinness pulls from cowboy objectivity and themes his father enjoyed. Love Letters utilizes this Western aesthetic - a fantasy subculture of q***r desire- suspenseful, smokey, and tightly clothed. Hung side by side, Pink Cigarette and Chance create a soft-core insinuation of a glory hole, one rancher lighting a cigarette and the other awaiting what is beyond the opening in the wall. Pivoting away from representational imagery, Sinness says, “This show marks my first real exploration of text in my work. As allegory slowly dies, I appreciate the direct nature that text has to quickly reveal the message.” Pulling directly from the infamous NYC cable access series, “The Emerald City,” a show that welcomed q***r artists, vocalists, and performers alike including John Waters, Divine, Larry Kramer, and Wayland Flowers & Madame, Sinness uses video stills, air-breaks during the broadcast, of advertisements such as The Paradise Room or Metrolines Inc. Pushing anticipation, Sinness even draws the television test card for video, aka EBU colour bar, a romantic marking of time-period and nods at old-school television’s natural rainbow.

DM for inquires or email us via link in bio.

We are here today 12pm - 5pm. Love Letters, a solo exhibition by Joe Sinness, is up through June 30th. DM for inquires o...
06/09/2024

We are here today 12pm - 5pm. Love Letters, a solo exhibition by Joe Sinness, is up through June 30th.



DM for inquires or email us via link in bio.

Joe Sinness (b. 1980 in Grand Forks, North Dakota) lives and works in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joe received a bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature and Studio Art from College of St. Benedict / St. John’s University (CSB/SJU) and an MFA in studio art from Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD). He is a two-time McKnight Visual Arts Fellow (2013 & 2019) as well as a two-time recipient of an Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and was a 2015 resident of the Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR). Notable solo exhibitions include Hair+Nails (Minneapolis), Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), Law Warschaw Gallery (Macalester College), Ace Art (Winnipeg, Manitoba), and the Rochester Art Center (Rochester, MN). Collections include the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Macalester College, and the Tweed Museum of Art in Duluth, MN. Joe has instructed studio arts at CSB/SJU, MCAD, and Macalester College, and also works as a concept illustrator.

Joe SinnessKellyColored pencil on paper (framed)14” x 11” 2023 In celebration of the yearly anticipated Pride, Headstone...
06/08/2024

Joe Sinness
Kelly
Colored pencil on paper (framed)
14” x 11”
2023



In celebration of the yearly anticipated Pride, Headstone is electrified to announce the solo exhibition, Love Letters, by Joe Sinness. Sinness mounts fourteen, immaculately crafted, colored pencil drawings on paper, a few repurposed - bedazzled stitcheries, and garland that drapes throughout the space made of chewing gum wrappers. Sinness unabashedly wallows in gay nostalgia of the 1970s and 80s, exuding cheeky contradictions of gleeful pleasure and sorrowfully, saturated reminders of the AIDS crisis. Love Letters delivers oozy sentimentality with q***r futurism empowerment that is simply fabulous.

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio. DM for inquiries.

We are here today and tomorrow, 12pm - 5pm.

Joe SinnessThe Show Bizcolored pencil on paper (framed)11” x 14” 2024 Love Letters is up through the end of June. We are...
06/05/2024

Joe Sinness
The Show Biz
colored pencil on paper (framed)
11” x 14”
2024



Love Letters is up through the end of June. We are here Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm or by appointment.

Who doesn’t appreciate a love letter? It is the most direct and eclipsing gesture to clinch the heart’s desire and indeed boost someone’s being. Perhaps one of the most famous love letters is written between Oscar Wilde and his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas the day Wilde was released from prison, a sentencing of two-years hard labor (majority in solitary confinement) served on the basis of being q***r:

Rouen, August 1897

My own Darling Boy,
I got your telegram half an hour ago, and just send a line to say that I feel that my only hope of again doing beautiful work in art is being with you. It was not so in the old days, but now it is different, and you can really recreate in me that energy and sense of joyous power on which art depends. Everyone is furious with me for going back to you, but they don’t understand us. I feel that it is only with you that I can do anything at all. Do remake my ruined life for me, and then our friendship, and our love will have a different meaning to the world.

I wish that when we met at Rouen we had not parted at all. There are such wide abysses now of space and land between us. But we love each other.

Goodnight, dear. Ever Yours.
Oscar

It is interesting to have nostalgia for a time-period or place one’s never been to. To be q***r, no matter the setting, there is a fictitious place where everyone may live in harmony; a repressed, vibrational yearning for life without limits including difference. Sinness, with open arms of a large, big-bosomed mother figure, holds us and comforts with endless bounty of sunshine, lollipops, and yes, rainbows aplenty. Love Letters is not a proposition, rather a collage of pictures and mementos that can take us anywhere we want to be ::tap tap:: :tap tap::

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio, DM for inquiries.

Happy PRIDE!!! And Happy TWO YEAR Birthday to Headstone ❤️ Thank you to everyone who came out to the opening of LOVE LET...
06/02/2024

Happy PRIDE!!! And Happy TWO YEAR Birthday to Headstone ❤️ Thank you to everyone who came out to the opening of LOVE LETTERS, a solo exhibition by the fabulous Joe Sinness. We are here today, 12pm - 5pm.

It is interesting to have nostalgia for a time-period or place one’s never been to. To be q***r, no matter the setting, there is a fictitious place where everyone may live in harmony; a repressed, vibrational yearning for life without limits including difference. Sinness, with open arms of a large, big-bosomed mother figure, holds us and comforts with endless bounty of sunshine, lollipops, and yes, rainbows aplenty. Love Letters is not a proposition, rather a collage of pictures and mementos that can take us anywhere we want to be ::tap tap:: :tap tap::

Joe Sinness (b. 1980 in Grand Forks, North Dakota) lives and works in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joe received a bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature and Studio Art from College of St. Benedict / St. John’s University (CSB/SJU) and an MFA in studio art from Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD). He is a two-time McKnight Visual Arts Fellow (2013 & 2019) as well as a two-time recipient of an Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and was a 2015 resident of the Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR). Notable solo exhibitions include Hair+Nails (Minneapolis), Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), Law Warschaw Gallery (Macalester College), Ace Art (Winnipeg, Manitoba), and the Rochester Art Center (Rochester, MN). Collections include the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Macalester College, and the Tweed Museum of Art in Duluth, MN. Joe has instructed studio arts at CSB/SJU, MCAD, and Macalester College, and also works as a concept illustrator.

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio, DM for inquiries.

Image:
Joe Sinness
Bars
colored pencil on paper (framed)
11” x 14”
2023

Love Letters OPENS TONIGHT! Join us from 5-8pm as we celebrate Joe Sinness’s solo exhibition, Love Letters. Additionally...
06/01/2024

Love Letters OPENS TONIGHT! Join us from 5-8pm as we celebrate Joe Sinness’s solo exhibition, Love Letters. Additionally, HEADSTONE turns 2 today!!



See you all tonight! ❤️

Image:
Joe Sinness
Be Right Back
11” x 14”
colored pencil on paper
2024

Join us Saturday, June 1st, 5-8pm, for the opening of Love Letters by Joe Sinness. Growing up in Devils Lake, North Dako...
05/29/2024

Join us Saturday, June 1st, 5-8pm, for the opening of Love Letters by Joe Sinness.



Growing up in Devils Lake, North Dakota, Sinness pulls from cowboy objectivity and themes his father enjoyed. Love Letters utilizes this Western aesthetic - a fantasy subculture of q***r desire- suspenseful, smokey, and tightly clothed. Hung side by side, Pink Cigarette and Chance create a soft-core insinuation of a glory hole, one rancher lighting a cigarette and the other awaiting what is beyond the opening in the wall. Pivoting away from representational imagery, Sinness says, “This show marks my first real exploration of text in my work. As allegory slowly dies, I appreciate the direct nature that text has to quickly reveal the message.” Pulling directly from the infamous NYC cable access series, “The Emerald City,” a show that welcomed q***r artists, vocalists, and performers alike including John Waters, Divine, Larry Kramer, and Wayland Flowers & Madame, Sinness uses video stills, air-breaks during the broadcast, of advertisements such as The Paradise Room or Metrolines Inc. Pushing anticipation, Sinness even draws the television test card for video, aka EBU colour bar, a romantic marking of time-period and nods at old-school television’s natural rainbow.

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio. DM or email for a list of available works.

Image:
Joe Sinness
The Paradise Room
11”x14”
colored pencil on paper
2024

Headstone is delighted to introduce Joe Sinness for his upcoming solo exhibition, LOVE LETTERS, opening this Saturday, J...
05/28/2024

Headstone is delighted to introduce Joe Sinness for his upcoming solo exhibition, LOVE LETTERS, opening this Saturday, June 1st. Please join us from 5-8pm to kick off Pride Month and celebrate Joe with this fabulous exhibition.



Joe Sinness (b. 1980 in Grand Forks, North Dakota) lives and works in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joe received a bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature and Studio Art from College of St. Benedict / St. John’s University (CSB/SJU) and an MFA in studio art from Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD). He is a two-time McKnight Visual Arts Fellow (2013 & 2019) as well as a two-time recipient of an Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and was a 2015 resident of the Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR). Notable solo exhibitions include Hair+Nails (Minneapolis), Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), Law Warschaw Gallery (Macalester College), Ace Art (Winnipeg, Manitoba), and the Rochester Art Center (Rochester, MN). Collections include the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Macalester College, and the Tweed Museum of Art in Duluth, MN. Joe has instructed studio arts at CSB/SJU, MCAD, and Macalester College, and also works as a concept illustrator.

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio. DM or email for a list of available works.

Image 1:
Joe Sinness
Pink Cigarette
8”x11”
colored pencil on paper
2024

Image 2:
Portrait of Joe.

David GarlandEffusionArchival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)17” x 12” 2023 FInal hours of Abundant Sunshine. W...
05/26/2024

David Garland
Effusion
Archival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)
17” x 12”
2023



FInal hours of Abundant Sunshine. We are here til 5pm. ❤️

Today is the FINAL DAY to see David Garland’s solo exhibition, Abundant Sunshine. We are here today, 12pm - 5pm. Curiosi...
05/26/2024

Today is the FINAL DAY to see David Garland’s solo exhibition, Abundant Sunshine. We are here today, 12pm - 5pm.



Curiosity is the most valuable tool Garland possesses. It led him to his early visual art, to making music as a composer and performer, and to a 28-year career on the air at WNYC New York Public Radio. Garland was just beginning to return to visual art through the new-for-him medium of photography when his wife was diagnosed with terminal cancer in late 2018, and died in 2019. Since then, as an aspect of his grieving process, and as a way to newly perceive and experience the world, he’s been intensely involved in the experiments that have led to his unique approach to photography.

All photography could be said to be about light, but in Garland’s work the behavior of reflected sunlight — and its interaction with the camera — is the sole subject. And because the physics of light connects to the physics of anatomy, biology, geology, astronomy, etc., his images combine mystery with familiarity. Garland’s new body of work expands our comprehension of light, documenting its choreography and its exuberant nature. Garland writes, “this is solar powered nature photography, and my images are discovered, as much as created.” His revelatory work requires the viewer to rethink how they look, and unearth a deeper daily observation. Garland’s photography nestles itself within abstract contemporaries - early internetscape stills by Cory Archangel and sentimental snapshots from Wolfgang Tillman.

Abundant Sunshine strategically poses Garland’s work as an epic ticket to the experience of realization. In Jeanette Winterson’s, “The Passion,” she writes, “The Dark only lets you take one step at a time. Step and the Dark closes round your back. In front, there is no space for you until you take it. Darkness is absolute.” Garland has refused to be engulfed in darkness, and has found the sliver of light that connects one with hope.

DM for inquires. Follow link in bio for full press release.

David Garland OphanimArchival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)23” x 20” 2023Only TWO MORE days to see David Garl...
05/25/2024

David Garland
Ophanim
Archival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)
23” x 20”
2023

Only TWO MORE days to see David Garland’s Abundant Sunshine. Come celebrate the holiday weekend with this spectacular exhibition. We are here today and tomorrow, 12pm - 5pm. Do not miss it!

Cheers to you, Gorgeous show!!

LAST WEEKEND to see David Garland’s, Abundant Sunshine. We are here, today - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm. David Garland graduated...
05/24/2024

LAST WEEKEND to see David Garland’s, Abundant Sunshine. We are here, today - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm.



David Garland graduated with honors from Rhode Island School of Design in 1976. He then lived in New York City for 40 years, using his design training and sensibility to create music, and also radio programs. He produced and hosted Spinning On Air, which for 28 years (1987-2015) was a radio show of music and interviews on WNYC, New York Public Radio. After moving to rural upstate New York 13 years ago, Garland has gradually returned to visual art-making, and during the past three years has become deeply involved in his unique experimental photography practice. His photos of reflected sunlight are seen chiefly on Instagram, where they’ve garnered 25,000+ followers. Garland had a one-person exhibit of his photos at HiLo in Catskill, NY, in 2022. One of his photographs was included in the Kingston Annual 2021, a juried art show by the Arts Society of Kingston, and another in PHOTOcentric 2023, a curated group show at Garrison Art Center in Garrison, NY. This is Garland’s first solo exhibition.

Also, Garland has been creating and releasing music since the mid-1980s. He’s a stylistically unusual composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. He has worked with a wide range of artists on his music, including John Zorn, Sufjan Stevens, Christian Marclay, Vashti Bunyan, Sean Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Meredith Monk. He has performed his music at CBGBs, Carnegie Hall, and elsewhere. His current music projects include Garlands (a duo with his son), and Music for Furniture (an improvising ensemble).

Abundant Sunshine, a solo exhibition by David Garland, is up through THIS Sunday, May 26th. Abundant Sunshine strategica...
05/23/2024

Abundant Sunshine, a solo exhibition by David Garland, is up through THIS Sunday, May 26th.



Abundant Sunshine strategically poses Garland’s work as an epic ticket to the experience of realization. In Jeanette Winterson’s, “The Passion,” she writes, “The Dark only lets you take one step at a time. Step and the Dark closes round your back. In front, there is no space for you until you take it. Darkness is absolute.” Garland has refused to be engulfed in darkness, and has found the sliver of light that connects one with hope.

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio. Gallery hours are Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm. DM for inquires.

Thank you to everyone who made it out to David Garland’s artist talk on Saturday. Sadly, this is the very last week of h...
05/20/2024

Thank you to everyone who made it out to David Garland’s artist talk on Saturday. Sadly, this is the very last week of his exhibition. We are here Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 5pm or by appointment.



David Garland graduated with honors from Rhode Island School of Design in 1976. He then lived in New York City for 40 years, using his design training and sensibility to create music, and also radio programs. He produced and hosted Spinning On Air, which for 28 years (1987-2015) was a radio show of music and
interviews on WNYC, New York Public Radio. After moving to rural upstate New York 13 years ago, Garland has gradually returned to visual art-making, and during the past three years has become deeply involved in his unique experimental photography practice. Garland had a one-person exhibit of his photos at HiLo in Catskill, NY, in 2022. One of his photographs was included in the Kingston
Annual 2021, a juried art show by the Arts Society of Kingston, and another in PHOTOcentric 2023, a curated group show at Garrison Art Center in Garrison, NY. This is Garland’s first solo exhibition.

Also, Garland has been creating and releasing music since the mid-1980s. He’s a stylistically unusual composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. He has worked with a wide range of artists on his music, including John Zorn, Sufjan Stevens, Christian Marclay, Vashti Bunyan, Sean Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Meredith Monk. He has performed his music at CBGBs, Carnegie Hall, and elsewhere. His current music projects include Garlands (a duo with his son), and Music for Furniture (an improvising ensemble).

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio.

David Garland I Miss YouArchival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)17” x 12” 2022 Join us this Saturday, May 18th,...
05/16/2024

David Garland
I Miss You
Archival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)
17” x 12”
2022



Join us this Saturday, May 18th, 3pm-4pm, for an artist talk with David Garland on his solo exhibition, Abundant Sunshine. His show runs through May 26th.

All photography could be said to be about light, but in Garland’s work the behavior of reflected sunlight — and its interaction with the camera — is the sole subject. And because the physics of light connects to the physics of anatomy, biology, geology, astronomy, etc., his images combine mystery with familiarity. Garland’s new body of work expands our comprehension of light, documenting its choreography and its exuberant nature. Garland writes, “this is solar powered nature photography, and my images are discovered, as much as created.” His revelatory work requires the viewer to rethink how they look, and unearth a deeper daily observation. Garland’s photography nestles itself within abstract contemporaries - early internetscape stills by Cory Archangel and sentimental snapshots from Wolfgang Tillman.

For full press release, visit our website via link in bio. DM for inquiries.

David GarlandGoddessArchival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)18” x 20” 2023 Happy Mother’s Day! Celebrate Mom an...
05/12/2024

David Garland
Goddess
Archival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)
18” x 20”
2023



Happy Mother’s Day! Celebrate Mom and the life they continue to bring to this world. We are here, 12pm - 5pm today for David Garland’s remarkable solo exhibition, Abundant Sunshine, through May 26th.

DM for inquires or email us using the link in bio.

David GarlandFlying FeelingsArchival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)17” x 12” 2022 David Garland’s solo exhibit...
05/11/2024

David Garland
Flying Feelings
Archival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)
17” x 12”
2022



David Garland’s solo exhibition, Abundant Sunshine, is up through May 26th. We are here today and tomorrow, 12pm - 5pm or by appointment ❤️

DM for inquiries or email us using the link in bio.

David Garland IgnitionArchival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)23” x 20” 2023We are open today and all throughou...
05/10/2024

David Garland
Ignition
Archival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)
23” x 20”
2023

We are open today and all throughout the holiday weekend, 12pm - 5pm. David Garland’s Abundant Sunshine is up through May 26th. Please join us next Saturday, May 18, 3-4pm for an artist talk with David Garland with a Q&A to follow.



All photography could be said to be about light, but in Garland’s work the behavior of reflected sunlight — and its interaction with the camera — is the sole subject. And because the physics of light connects to the physics of anatomy, biology, geology, astronomy, etc., his images combine mystery with familiarity. Garland’s new body of work expands our comprehension of light, documenting its choreography and its exuberant nature. Garland writes, “this is solar powered nature photography, and my images are discovered, as much as created.” His revelatory work requires the viewer to rethink how they look, and unearth a deeper daily observation. Garland’s photography nestles itself within abstract contemporaries - early internetscape stills by Cory Archangel and sentimental snapshots from Wolfgang Tillman.

Abundant Sunshine strategically poses Garland’s work as an epic ticket to the experience of realization. In Jeanette Winterson’s, “The Passion,” she writes, “The Dark only lets you take one step at a time. Step and the Dark closes round your back. In front, there is no space for you until you take it. Darkness is absolute.” Garland has refused to be engulfed in darkness, and has found the sliver of light that connects one with hope.

For full press release, follow link in bio. DM for inquiries.

We are thrilled to have David Garland’s photographs featured in Harper’s Magazine, Findings 😊 Congratulations to you, Da...
05/07/2024

We are thrilled to have David Garland’s photographs featured in Harper’s Magazine, Findings 😊 Congratulations to you, David!
His solo exhibition, Abundant Sunshine, is up through May 26 at Headstone.


THANK YOU so much, ❤️

Thank you to everyone who made it out to David Garland’s opening on Saturday! It was a packed house indeed! Please join ...
05/07/2024

Thank you to everyone who made it out to David Garland’s opening on Saturday! It was a packed house indeed! Please join us every weekend throughout the month for his spectacular exhibition, Abundant Sunshine, through Sunday, May 26.



Additionally, we will hold an artist talk with David Garland on next Saturday, May 18 3-4pm with a short Q&A to follow 😊 This event is free and open to the public.

DM for inquires or email us via link in bio.

Image:
David Garlend
Unforeseen
Archival inkjet print on acid-free paper (framed)
17” x 12”
2023

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Kingston, NY
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