Gallery Talk

By Camille Tibaldeo
How have perceptions of our everyday surroundings been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown? That question is addressed by Fountain House Gallery artists in the exhibition Come on Home.
By Camille Tibaldeo
The Columbia-WHO Center for Global Mental Health is committed to partnering with artists to work toward shared goals of challenging the stigma of mental illness, elevating the voices of individuals with lived experiences, and improving the quality of mental health care worldwide.
By Camille Tibaldeo
Over the years, Fountain House Gallery’s annual Small Works: $100 & Under exhibition has become a crowd-pleasing favorite with art lovers and collectors, and with shoppers seeking original selections for holiday gift-giving.
By Camille Tibaldeo
In this election year, when many Americans are raising their voices in pursuit of social justice, Fountain House artists raise their diverse artistic voices in Let America Be America, an exhibition exploring the meaning of “We the People.”
By Camille Tibaldeo
Fountain House Gallery is celebrating a two-decade milestone with its 20th Anniversary Exhibition, which can be viewed online via Instagram and Artsy.
Happy birthday, Fountain House Gallery! Today we celebrate 20 years since we opened our doors.
By Camille Tibaldeo
Fountain House Studio Coordinator Karen Gormandy said, “During this period of isolation, the member-artists of Fountain House have explored what ‘art in quarantine’ looks like.
By Camille Tibaldeo
Energy was high as an enthusiastic crowd of art lovers and artists viewed the striking display of original works while sipping wine and sampling tasty edibles.
By Richard Courage
On February 28, 2020, a light will go out at Fountain House Gallery. No, we paid the electric bill! There’s another, more precious kind of light leaving the Gallery. Ariel Willmott is leaving for other pastures. Here are a few words with her before she leaves us.
Today, the Saks Fifth Avenue Foundation made its debut in the famed Saks windows on Fifth Avenue in New York City with a special mural dedicated to mental health awareness, featuring the artwork of Fountain House member artist Osvaldo Cruz.

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