Goss Gallery 3 has new art at Robbie’s Grille in downtown Decatur! New paintings feature The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Lou Reed, The Beatles, Bob Marley, Janis Joplin, Twiggy, The Sex Pistols & a big-ass (5’x6′) Johnny Cash! Something for everyone – all for sale! Go to Robbie’s to check them out, and tell them we […]
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Join us when we crack The Vault on Saturday, August 31st. The doors will open at 10am until 8pm so swing by to see the fresh new digs, enjoy some amazing artwork, and meet the artists. Hang with us while we commence the occupation of this former banking institution! RSVP HERE
Last Saturday night, the Factory Art Studios in Sullivan was the place to be for the opening night of “Scandalous Vandals”, a new group exhibit featuring 40+ artists with an edge. The night kicked-off with a Runway Fashion Show: ReFashion ReVolution, curated and hosted by Darby Harden of Underground Vintage, while the crowd enjoyed delicious Italian […]
From our friends at Coalesce Studios and Yellow Dog Studio in Sullivan, IL – we can’t wait for this upcoming show! Featuring 40 artists (including us) + live music, it will be a great time! Check out the event page on Facebook > _____________________________________ Coalesce Studios proudly presents a massive collection of propaganda inspired street […]
Donnie’s Homespun Pizza, a Decatur favorite, recently opened the doors on their new Springfield location at the Vinegar Hill Mall in September. With this much larger venue and a great line-up of upcoming concerts, we were honored to be asked to display some of our artwork at the new location. On display at the new Donnie’s […]
This was our second year participating in the Artist Exhibitions during the Decatur Celebration.
Gallery 3 now has a display at The Factory Art Studios in Sullivan, IL.
Continuing a long tradition of being honored to have our art hanging in one of Decatur’s best restaurants, we recently installed new pieces at Robbie’s Grille on Merchant St.
In August 2011, Ron English – world famous artist and Decatur native, visited his hometown. He created a mural at the corner of Oakland & W. Main.