Artists with a uniquely South Dakotan perspective exhibit their work on The Garage's walls, inspiring conversations and questions.

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Current Exhibition: MOLLY FULTON

My work as an artist gathers around the central idea that we, as people of a Great Creator, know darkness and are broken, but are fundamentally made to see and to be light. This sometimes takes the form of expressionist mark makings, and sometimes appears in bright movements of color. The work itself sometimes remains abstract, and sometimes brings figures and forms to the surface. When realism enters my work, it does so in the things I know best: landscape and visions of humanity. My work often reflects the lean I feel at a particular time - toward darkness or light - but is always moving around the central theme of leaving a holy space for the broken to move toward light.


Don Montileaux, 2014

Don Montileaux, 2014

Altman Studeny, 2015

Altman Studeny, 2015

Kristina Barker, 2015

Kristina Barker, 2015

Jean Laughton, 2015

Jean Laughton, 2015

Bad Art Press, 2016

Bad Art Press, 2016

Alice Bailey, 2016

Alice Bailey, 2016

Klaire Pearson, 2016

Klaire Pearson, 2016

Keith Braveheart, 2016

Keith Braveheart, 2016

Ray Tysdal, 2017

Ray Tysdal, 2017

Seth Harwood, 2017

Seth Harwood, 2017

Lucy Ganje, 2017

Lucy Ganje, 2017

Deborah Mitchell, 2018

Deborah Mitchell, 2018


Showcase Your Artwork at The Garage

The Garage welcomes artists from the Black Hills, and the state of South Dakota, to submit their work for consideration of an artist exhibition at our space. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Learn more and apply below.