How Many More?

Lawrence Street Gallery presents “How Many More?” a  viewer juried anti-assault weapon themed exhibit where local artists have created artwork depicting how participating artists regard the use and ownership of assault weapons. This show is all-media and will run from March 1 through March 31. Opening reception is March 3 , 6-9pm, and is free and open to the public.

Jan Brown, LSG member artist, was very upset after the Orlando shootings and proposed a show for the gallery dealing with this theme. Fellow member artists and her artist friends were very supportive and want to use their talents and ideas to create artwork depicting how we regard the use and ownership of assault weapons. The first 60 artists who enter the show will be guaranteed that one of their pieces will be in the show. Artists will be asked to write a short blurb on why the piece was created, thus allowing viewers a chance to see into the artists’ minds as well as observe their creations. Visitors to the gallery will be invited to vote on the artwork that speaks to them, and the winner will be announced at the Closing Reception on March 31, 6-9 pm. 

The Call For Entry is available on the website, at the gallery, or you can call or email and request it by mail.

Important dates: Intake: Feb. 22 – 25

Pick Up Declined work: March 1-3                       Call for Entry Brochure

Lawrence Street Gallery presents its annual “Exposures: Photography ’17” juried show.  All area photographers are invited to enter up to two pieces of work.  Awards include Best of Show, Best B/W, Color and Altered Reality categories.

Show Dates:  April 5 to April 29, 2017

Opening Reception:  April 7 from 6 to 9

Mid-Month Reception: April 21 from 6 to 9

Juror Sylvia Ford is an award-winning photographer and has been behind the camera since 2009.  She is certified from The New York Institute of Photography, The Nikon School and The American Picture Framing Academy.  She is also a juror, curator, and the official photographer for People Dancing in Ann Arbor, MI.  Ms. Ford has won awards throughout the U.S. and her images have been featured in Hour Magazine, Scarab Club’s annual table top book, and B&W magazine to mention a few.  She has studied under the direction of Monte Nagler, John and Barb Gerlach, Mike Moats, and David Fitzsimmons.  Her work can be found in private galleries throughout the U.S. and Japan or her website   Ms Ford is a firm believer that dedication, accuracy and technique are essential to provide the highest level of work to be successful.

The Call For Entry is available on the website, at the gallery, or you can call or email and request it by mail.


Arnold Berkman, 517.332.0729,

J. Gordon Rodwan, 313.342.5827,

Winnie Chrzanowski, 248.797.9967,

Click here for Call for Entry

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