The Gallery Within

The Gallery Within re-opened in August 2021 with textile artist Ron King's successful show "Fields of Color."

Ron King exhibit poster"I have always enjoyed the dyeing process, making color. The quilts in this show are about color. How two colors combine to make new colors. How mixing complementary colors make neutral colors. The quality of iridescence when you put two contrasting colors together.

"I believe that one of the reasons I was put on this planet was to work with textiles. From a very early age I was attracted to textiles. When I was five years old, my mother taught me how to knit and I have been knitting ever since. In college I discovered I could actually study textiles and this is where I first learned how to weave. For graduate school I was fortunate to study textile design at Cranbrook Academy of Art. In the last fifty plus years I have worked as a textile designer in New York City, taught design at a number of colleges, and have worked as a production weaver for most of that time. Making quilts has been a strong tradition for my family and the church I was brought up in. We made quilts for family members and others to celebrate events. When I went off to college, I took with me a quilt that my deceased paternal grandmother had made. Marriages were an event to celebrate with a quilt. I so remember the women of the church gathering in the church basement to make quilts together to give away to mission. My first cousins have been gathering together every year for fifty years and they make a quilt together during weekend reunions." - Ron King


This was our most recent show, prior to the pandemic. 

Performance Objects/Drama Queens

an exhibit by artist/choreographer Meg Wolfe

Februay 1 - 15, 2020

Opening reception: February 1, 1pm-4pm
Gallery will be open 2/2-2/15 on Fri, Sat, Sun, from noon-4pm or by appointment

photo_drama_queenThe exhibit includes a range of objects that Wolfe has made alongside her choreographic works - large-scale quilts, costume/props, photographs, works on paper, and miniature landscapes. 
“Part of my process involves making objects (which may or may not be used in performance). This acts as a tangible visual expression of how I’m working on a particular dance project. My works often address queer visibility and environmental issues which can appear as direct thematic material, emotional undertones, or metaphorical implications; reflecting on memory, loss, and community."
For example - on display will be the three oversized reversible quilts/robes created for New Faithful Disco (2016), which are made of denim donated from family and friends, and lined on the reverse with shining gold brocade. In tandem and reflecting on the dance-making process, Wolfe slowly gathered the material, fit small pieces together to gradually accumulate into larger sections, which she finally stitched into a complete work.
Meg Wolfe is a dance-maker/artist based in Deer Isle, ME. She is the founding director of Show Box L.A.; and the studio, we live in space. Her work has been commissioned by the National Performance Network, REDCAT, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, and DiverseWorks Houston; supported by the NPN Creation Fund, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant, Center for Cultural Innovation and Durfee Foundation ARC Grants; residencies at Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Performance Works NorthWest, and UCLA. Her early work was presented in NYC at venues such as Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project at St. Mark’s, The Kitchen, Movement Research at Judson Church, and others. She was performer/rehearsal director for Sylvia Palacios Whitman for the Pacific Standard Time Festival 2018; and has danced in the works of Vicky Shick, Clarinda Mac Low, and Susan Rethorst. Wolfe was a founding co-editor of itch dance journal.

Reversing Falls Sanctuary, located at 818 Bagaduce Road in Brooksville, is dedicated to creating community through spiritual exploration, the arts, and ecological awareness.
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Over the past several years, RFS has raised money - through grants and donations - to create an art gallery in the main Sanctuary space. We have staged a broad variety of shows to date. 

See below for links to our exhibitor application form and information about recent exhibits. 

Gallery Within Art Intake Form (for prospective exhibitors)

Other recent shows in 2019:

Four Seasons, Anna Trowbridge

My Sorrow is Our Sorrow, Em Peake

Brooksville Elementary School students: Earth Day flags

Alex Turanski: Rock Stacks

Julie Cleveland photography Maine: This Must Be the Place

"Water: Flow and Form"  View more images in our May 2019 Newsletter (.pdf, at page 5).

"Art from Anything," featured in our March 2019 Newsletter (.pdf file; see pages 2-3)