The Brick Gallery


The Brick Gallery is a special exhibit space dedicated to showcasing emerging, regional photographers.

Current Exhibit

Emily Moore + William Pierson

Opening reception Friday, September 1st, 5-8 pm
September 1st – December 8th


Past Exhibits

Robb Hill

Homelands: Fragments
Opening reception july 7th, 5-8 pm
July 7th – August 26th

Michael Finger

I69: Section 4
The Architecture of Highways

May 5th – June 30th


 Trudy Kaufman – Italy: A Retrospective

March 3rd – April 29th

Brick Gallery, presenting “Italy: A Retrospective” by Trudy Kaufman. Photographs featuring her many years of
travel in Italy, highlighting not only the depth of her experiences there, but also her growth as a photographer
including both film images and more recent digital work.

Submission Guidlines

Pictura Gallery is currently accepting submissions for exhibits in the Brick Gallery.  This gallery is dedicated to featuring Midwestern photographic talent.

Images should showcase a body of work. Submissions will be reviewed in the order they are received. All work submitted to the gallery will be juried for appropriateness based upon: quality, subject matter, price, marketability, and professionalism.

Submissions must include:

– Flash drives only, 10 – 20 Jpegs 300 dpi, no larger than 6 x 9
– Resume
– Artist Statement (one paragraph)
– Dimensions of work when printed
– Titles of work
– Suggested pricing
– Contact information including phone number, email address, and physical address
– A self-addressed stamped envelope (Optional: if you wish to have materials returned)

Please direct submissions to:

Martha Moore
Pictura Gallery/Brick Gallery
122 W. 6th Street
Bloomington, IN 47404

Questions may be directed to Martha at
No phone calls please.

Exhibition in the Brick Gallery does not constitute representation, and does not oblige the artist to the gallery or vice versa. Applicants must not have formal representation in the Midwest, and may not sell exhibited images online during the exhibition of their work at Pictura Gallery. Artists must abide by all decisions made when exhibit is contracted.