Why it’s called a cooperative gallery


There are three exhibitions on view at Kingston Gallery in this month of March: Susan Alport’s Exactly What I Want in the Main Gallery, Lavaughan Jenkins’ Reflections of Power in the Center Gallery, and Linda Leslie Brown’s Wall Holes in the Members’ Gallery. Three concurrent exhibitions can make for a chaotic installation day, but many hands make light work and this was no exception.


In addition to the three featured artists striving to perfect their installations, they had help from the gallery’s Exhibitions Committee where Julie Graham adjusted lighting to put full shine on Susan’s work and Susan Emmerson stepped in to document the entire process and offer assistance where needed.

With Susan’s installation coming to fruition, the team put their communal focus around the corner where Lavaughan’s work beckoned and Linda’s funky, fabulous Wall Holes claimed their space. While it may not seem apparent on first glance, in palette, material, and image, the three presentations work in perfect harmony and create a visually surprising triad in Kingston.


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