A new show at the Modern

| 29 Sep 2011 | 09:57

    MILFORD - The Pike Modern Gallery recently opened its latest show, titled “Unfamiliar Surroundings that Remind Us of Home.” The show includes the work of several local artists including paintings by Milford’s Alastair Gordon, charcoal drawings by Kulvinder Kaur Dhew of Peter’s Valley, New Jersey and goache on paper by Barryville, New York artist Julie Gross. Other works include sculpture by Baltimore artist Kris Balogh, digital mixed media by Mark Shepherd of Snowmass, Colorado and paintings by San Francisco’s Cate White. Pike Modern Gallery is located in the Old Lumberyard Shops at 113 7th Street in Milford’s West End Art District, also known as The WEAD. The gallery presents the work of emerging and established contemporary artists in a variety of media. Pike Modern is open Friday through Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. and by appointment. Opened in August 2006, Pike Modern offers opportunities for both beginning and established collectors to bring art into their homes and offices. Visit www.pikemodern.com .