The Brick Gallery is Pictura’s newest exhibit space. This area features a brick wall and is devoted to exhibiting work from emerging and established regional photographers.
Trudy Kaufman: Spirit of Place
May 6th – June 25th
Featuring photographs that take a refreshing look at sacred places in the southwest.
Opening Reception during Gallery Walk Friday May 6th, 5 pm – 8 pm
January 8 – February 27
What Does Bloomington Look Like to Me?View series »
November 6 – December 31
Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad
September 4 – October 31
Adam Reynolds – Along the Edge of the StripSeptember 4 - October 31 Artist Statement Coastal enclave. Terrorist state. Open-air ...View series »
July 10 – August 29 2015
March 7 – April 26, 2014
Eric Rudd – Little 500Eric Rudd received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1987 and ...View series »
December 6 – February 1, 2014
David Moore – IcelandThe year 2013 was predicted to be a peak year for unusual and dramatic Northern Lights. This ...View series »
October 4 – November 30, 2013
Image by David Moore
The exhibit features the work of several photographers who traveled together to Yunnan Province, a rural area in southwestern China, during the spring of 2013. The exhibit highlights the tension between the modern world and the ancient cultures of this region of China. Yunnan province is home to many ethnic minorities, including the Yi, the Bai, and Tibetans.
Images on view by Douglas Beasley, Diane Drinnon, David Moore, and Martha Moore. Douglas Beasley is a career photographer who led the trip to China and has established ‘Vision Quest’ workshops throughout the world. He is recognized as a person who seeks the sacred connections between what we see and do not see. Diane Drinnon, from New York City, was a participant in the Vision Quest workshop in China, as were Martha and David Moore, owners of Pictura Gallery.
September 6 – October 1, 2013
Carol Koetke – Circles and a SquarePhotography is an extraordinary medium—one that can enable us to capture light, form, line, ...View series »
Eric Rudd – San FranciscoEric Rudd received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1987 and ...View series »
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:
– CD’s only, 10 – 20 Jpegs 300 dpi, no larger than 6 x 9
– 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:
Pictura Gallery/Brick Gallery
122 W. 6th Street
Bloomington, IN 47404
Questions may be directed to Martha at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.