Past Shows

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The November-December 2018 show featured the work of Patricia Bomberg-Roth, accompanied by Juried Artist and the Millet House Art Collective.

Show Title: Circus.

Exhibition Dates: November 9–December 21, 2018

 

Description: The world of a circus has many layers. It is at once whimsical, vibrant, exciting, dangerous, and dark. Performers in a circus wear makeup and masks to transform themselves into characters. Their characters are able to take their audience to different places. A tight rope walker balances on a thin wire, a trapeze artist flies, a clown makes us laugh at ourselves. In many ways, we can all relate to balance, flight and laughter.

 

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The September-October 2018 show featured the work of Mesa artist Craig Thornton, accompanied by Juried Artist and the Millet House Art Collective.

Show Title: Contemplation in the Wasteland.

Exhibition Dates: September 14–October 26, 2018

Description: The artist intends to explore the theme of identity as revealed through various figures in relation to beautiful yet harsh environments. Both the figures and the environments will draw from elements of fantasy and science fiction, filtering these items through my own lens to reveal a personal mythology.

 

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The July-August 2018 show featured the work of Mesa artist Jaime Glasser, accompanied by Juried Artist and the Millet House Art Collective.

Show title: Synchronicity* (*at sixty).

Exhibition Dates: July 13–August 24, 2018

Description: SYNCHRONICITY is the idea that “meaningful coincidences” play an important role in our lives. As we age, seemingly unrelated experiences, paths we take, and the things we randomly encounter may begin to evolve into a symmetry of belief, feeling, or outcome. As artists we seek to express the simple ideas we try to manifest. Our vision may always be one step away from what we achieve and perfection is a concept that can drive us and yet always elude us. The joy of creating and expressing this journey, chaotic, or ordered, imperfect or geometric can drive our art. In this show, as Jaime Glasser turns sixty, she embraces the simple joy of sharing this journey.

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The April–May 2018 show featured the work of Mesa artist Lydia Quiñones, accompanied by Juried Artist and the Millet House Art Collective.

Show title: East Meets West.

Exhibition Dates: April 13–May 25, 2018

Description: Artistic connections from the mysteries of Asia, to the Wild West. Examples include Native American arts, Chinese arts, Japanese arts….

 

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Our November-December show featured the work of Mesa artist Andrew Chorkey, known as Andy C. Art, accompanied by Juried Artist and the Millet House Art Collective.

 

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“Voice of Emotion”
March 10, 2017 – May 12, 2017 

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Featured Artist: Ronalyn T. Torres



Accompanied by juried artist:
Andy C . – Azaria Cordova  – Carlos Mendoza – Craig Thornton – Francisco Reyes – Lesa Nivens – Margarete Beeson – Meg Puccio – Patricia Bomberg-Roth – Randy Zucker – Sarah Richards – Tal Dvir – Xandriss

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“Happiness Is…”
An all ages and abilities juried group art show about the joy within the child
at heart.

Featuring the drawings of local artist, Jo Ann Briseño. The artist creates a
drawing on a napkin each school day and puts it into the lunch box of her
daughter who has special needs. The depictions are of her daughter and are
done to encourage the child and celebrate her milestones. Briseño has been
doing this now since her daughter began school over 4 years ago and has
accumulated over 400 of them. The Millet House Gallery is proud to show
an exemplary selection of the heartwarming artworks.

Supporting artists investigate and explore the happiness they found as a
child or within a child.

Juried artist:
Andy C., Ronalyn Torres,Xandriss, Melissa McGhie, Esteban Cruz , Samantha Vega, Khue Hoang, Azaria Cordova, Tara Kosciukiewicz , Zacarias Cabrera, Zeyla Cabrera, Jaime Glasser, Sigrun Maldonado, Kaitlyn McGhie, Abeni Jackson, Sam Itza

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