Metropolitan Gallery is the art space situated within the foyer of Burlington’s City Hall, located directly next to the BCA Center on Church Street. This accessible exhibition space gives an opportunity to community organizations to share their mission through artwork. Work displayed in the Metropolitan Gallery receives considerable exposure as it is open to the public, a regular stop on First Friday Art Walk, and a point of entry for City Hall. Open for First Friday Art Walk and Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-4:30PM.
Paintings by Roger Coleman
Roger Coleman says about his work:
“It’s the paintings that matter, the ecology of making, not how we view ourselves within environments as conscious pronouns worried over being abandoned or finding happiness with being potentially useful. I start a painting and it takes a direction in the world and from there I follow with tools and color, tweaking connections and promoting impulse. In that course it’s good to feel the life and all the tendencies a painting can have. Be it a flower or a ghost, a painting appears in the kinds of natural occurrences that have stretched the repeated development of change from cave art suggestions to linked studios with fiber optic graphics. Paintings are thoughts.”
Open for First Friday Art Walk and Monday-Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM.
Metropolitan Gallery at City Hall
149 Church Street
Art Map Burlington D20