Ghost Dance, a refurbished 1974 sculpture by Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett, is featured in a new exhibit at GWU'S Luther W Grady Art Gallery. Read more in this Washington Post article. 


"Dog Star" from sculptor Elizabeth Akamatsu was selected as Denton, TX's latest work of public art. Head to our video section to watch as the piece is installed in the roundabout and learn more about Akumatsu's process. Stay tuned for an upcoming catalog featuring the artist's work.


Dragana Crnjak at the Embassy

Congratulations to gallery artist, Dragana Crnjak, whose painting No Luck Unlocking has been selected by Christopher Hill, American ambassador to Serbia, and the Art in Embassies program to be on display at the American Embassy in Belgrade through 2025. Dragana Crnjak is a serbian-american artist born in former Yugoslavia. She received her M.F.A. in Painting and Printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. She is an interdisciplinary...


Sarah Irvin: Congratulations!

Page Bond Gallery is pleased to congratulate gallery artist Sarah Irvin. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts recently purchased her work, Able at the Visual Art Center's live auction. Enter our viewing room to see a catalog featuring her new works! Sarah Irvin Able, 2022 Ink on yupo paper 26 x 40 inches

Dragana Crnjak: Faculty Honored for Excellence

Page Bond Gallery is pleased to announce that gallery artist, Dragana Crnjak is among a handful of Youngstown State University faculty members to receive an Excellence in Teaching Award.  Faculty members in disciplines ranging from Music, Humanities and Counseling to Chemistry, Engineering and Accounting are among those receiving Distinguished Professor Awards at the annual Faculty and Staff Showcase Monday, May 2, in Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown. More information can...


Peter Cochrane: Museum of Contemporary Photography Chicago

Page Bond Gallery congratulates Peter Cochrane with the exciting news his work will be in included in the exhibition, Beyond The Frame, opening at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago the summer of 2022.   Richmond, artist, Peter Cochrane is a studio-based, still life photographer and site-specific installation artist who uses photography for its unique, flattening nature, to find new information and forms when translating three dimensions into two....


William Wylie: Art, Science and Climate Change

Page Bond Gallery is pleased to share gallery artist and University of Virgina professor, William Wylie's new series focusing on the fires in Colorado during this past summer. The series demonstrates the aftermath of climate change, while also touching on the intersection of art, science, and climate change. Click here to learn more.



JOIN US Friday, September 17 , 2021, 5 to 7PM for a book signing Meet and celebrate these two talented women and their new lifestyle and design books: House Dressing, Interiors for Colorful Living by Janie Molster AND Nantucket – Classic American Style 30 Miles Out to Sea by Carrie Nieman Culpepper PLUS Enjoy wine and view our current exhibition River Songs / New Paintings by Mac Ball...


Kylie Manning included in Pace Gallery group exhibition

We are thrilled to share the news that artist, Kylie Manning,  whose work we have enjoyed representing, is included in a group exhibition, Convergent Evolutions : The Conscious of Body Work at PACE. We had the privilege of showing her work for several years and wish her all the best as she finds new and a widening global reach for her remarkable talent. September 10 – October 23, 2021 PACE Gallery...


William Wylie’s work is included in the MFA, Boston exhibition New Light: Encounters and Connections

We are excited to share the news that William Wylie's work is included in the MFA, Boston exhibition New Light: Encounters and Connections. Block #01-81, Carrara, Italy, is installed in the exhibition, where it is in dynamic conversation with a recent acquisition titled City of Quartz (Wicker Sun), 2020 by the artist Tomashi Jackson which uses marble dust and includes documentary photographs from the crack epidemic and a selection of 20th century snapshots.