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  • Join us at Land Gallery this Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 6pm for a wine reception with visiting artist Jen Corace.

    Jen Corace is a freelance illustrator from Rhode Island, who has worked on numerous children’s books. Her work captures the atmosphere of a single moment, delicately and with style.

    She creates a wonderful tension between what is happening without revealing, necessarily, what will happen next. We’re excited to host Jen for this exclusive west coast engagement featuring all new work. 

    The show is open daily, free and open to the public September 11 — October 5, 2014.

  • Jen Corace will be joining us on Thursday, September 11, 2014 for an opening night reception for her new solo show Without

    Jen is from southern new jersey, graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in illustration in 1996, and lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island.

    She is a freelance illustrator, who’s worked on numerous children’s books. Her work captures the atmosphere of a single moment, delicately and with style. She creates a wonderful tension between what’s happening without revealing, necessarily, what will happen next. 

  • We’ve got a fresh coat of paint! 

    Our friend Ira Coyne came down this weekend and spruced up the front of the building with his fabulous work. 

  • Saturday, July 12th is the 13th Annual Mississippi Street Fair!

    We’ll be out front of the shop with our annual Yard Sale. We’ve got loads of seconds, misprints, slightly-damaged goods, all on deep-deep discount. 

    The street is alive and fun with tons of vendors (both delicious food and lovely crafts), so come on by!

  • Are you ready to party?

    Our ICON 8: Work & Play show opens this Friday at 8pm!

    We’re partnered with the ICON Illustration Conference to have an amazing group show featuring many of the attendees on the theme of Work+Play. Culled from over 140 entires, this show has a broad representation of styles and talents that we’re honored to host.

  • Atheist Shoes pop-up in the gallery this weekend! 

    From Friday to Sunday, you’ll be able to try the alleged most comfortable shoes in the world, “so comfy they’re like walking on hugs from baby kittens”. They also happen to be the most atheistic shoe in the world, what with having ICH BIN ATHEIST embossed on the soles, perfect for all your subtle-but-flirty-display-of-godlessness needs.

    Friday, June 13 through Sunday, June 15 come visit our friends from Berlin. They’ll be set-up in the gallery showing their shoes.