January 2017. I’ve never stopped wondering what my life would have been like- Mychaelyn Michalec



Dutoit Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by artist
Mychaelyn Michalec opening Friday, January 6th. The show entitled,
“I’ve never stopped wondering what my life would have been like” will
feature new work created by Michalec during her month-long residency
at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT.

Mychaelyn Michalec’s two-dimentional work includes paintings and
drawings which reflect on domestic life, memories, and the contrast of
idealism versus reality. The show will open Friday, January 6th, 6-10
PM at Dutoit Gallery, located at Front Street Studios, 3rd floor
inside of BC door. The gallery hours are Saturdays 11-3 PM and Sundays
1-5PM during the month of January, and by appointment, contact:

Dutoit Gallery is a cooperative gallery made up of 28 member artists
representing the diversity and talents within the Dayton, Ohio,
region. Member artists rotate the exhibitions each month with artist
receptions every First Friday. The artwork ranges in media from
painting, photography, installation and performance. The Dutoit
Gallery’s mission is to support local artists through the development
of engaging and relevant exhibitions.

Image details: Mychaelyn Michalec, Erasing and being erased, 2016,
Acrylic on canvas, 40 h. x 40 inches

Dutoit Gallery
Front Street Warehouse
1001 E 2nd St, Building 100,
Door BC, 3rd Floor,
Dayton, OH

“I’ve never stopped wondering what my life would have been like”
January 6th- January 29th
Artist Opening Reception: Friday, January 6th, 6-10 PM

Gallery Hours
Saturdays 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Sundays 1- 5 p.m.
* Contact gallery for private appointments; 614.596.5919

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