AXOM GALLERY IS PLEASED TO PRESENT

ARTFUL LIVING

Contemporary Furnishings and Art Objects Paired with
Fine Art from AXOM GALLERY Artists

Belinda Bryce, Robin Cass, Paul Garland, Matthew Langley, Kurt Moyer, Rick Muto, Isaac Payne, Lin Price, Bill Stewart

Tuesday July 19 – Saturday Sept 3

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

HOURS

AXOM GALLERY & EXHIBITION SPACE
Open Tuesday – Saturday  11am – 6 pm
and by appointment

RECEPTION & OPEN HOUSE
ARTFUL LIVING –
Axom Gallery Artists

August 5, 6- 9 pm
*this event is free and open to the public

FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY NIGHTS
On the first Friday evening of each month Gallery Night
Friday August 5 – we will be open till 9pm
Friday September 2 – we will be open till 9pm

AXOM is Located in The Neighborhood of the Arts 176 Anderson Ave. (on the 2nd floor)  Rochester NY 14607

(we are around the corner from Village Gate and down the block from Good Luck Restaurant).  

PARKING
From Goodman St. turn onto Anderson Ave (you will be driving east). Just before our building, there is a parking lot with a sign on the fence that says: Parking for AXOM Gallery.

Parking is also available along Anderson Ave and also on the residential side streets off of Anderson Ave.

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

TO BE ANNOUNCED

BLOG

FUA Krew’s RANGE has first solo show – City Newspaper Review

Though this is RANGE's first solo show in a commercial gallery, he's a well established figure in Rochester's Art scene. RANGE is a member of Rochester's FUA Krew, which was established in 1989 and has members all around the world.

May 4th, 2016|

RANGE ‘Pieces Of My Soul’

This exhibit marks the first solo exhibition for Range in a commercial gallery. Range is best known as one of Rochester’s most loyal and original graffiti artists and a member of FUA Krew. His contributions to the graffiti scene have brought him recognition throughout the country

April 26th, 2016|

Breathing Cityscapes fill AXOM Gallery, City Newspaper Review

Payne's work responds to 'this idea of how these man-made structures have, in our modern day, really been built to keep us in compartments and isolated. "Rose-Colored Glasses" reflects the concept of that veil that enables us to walk through it every day and still stay optimistic.

March 30th, 2016|