The gallery at Artspace is dedicated to showcasing local artists’ work and providing the community with access to incredible works of art of all kinds. We sponsor approximately 6 artists per year and feature a new exhibit every 8-10 weeks. The gallery is open Monday from 4-6pm, Wednesday from 3:30-6pm, Thursday from 1:30-5:00, and Friday from 4-5pm, or by appointment. Access is free for all patrons.


Currently in the gallery

46th Annual Artspace Teen Art Show

Featuring selected art work of students from 12 public and private schools in the Pioneer Valley.

The show will be open from Monday, January 27th through February 14th, with an opening reception on Friday, January 31st from 5:30-7pm.


Next Up in the gallery

Photography by Al Norman 

The four-week exhibition will feature two distinct collections of Norman’s work.

SIGN LANGUAGE: The First Amendment Photos- a collection of photographs taken at various protests and political rallies in recent years.

Natural Rhythm- offers a pensive look at nature’s perfect symmetry and
our collective humanity.

An opening reception of Norman’s work will take place on Friday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. in the Artspace gallery at 15 Mill St. in Greenfield. There Norman will give a brief introduction to his work, and be available for questions and conversation.

Past Shows

“The Sacred and the Profane”

by Paul Karras

On display at Artspace from Dec 9 – Jan 3, 2019


Moving Lines, an Abstract Literacy

by Margaret Jasinski

This evocative show, inspired by nature, invites viewers to look at art and then to see beyond it, into the personal experience of seeing.


May 2019

Karen Axtell, a solo show

Karen Axtell is a Greenfield artist whose abstract paintings have been included in many juried exhibitions throughout the region.

 April 2019

Pastels Show

This show features a stunning variety of inspiring work from the Pastels Studios led by Becky Clark.

Watch this video about the gallery show
and many thanks to Farrell Video Productions of Charlemont!


March 2019

art as veil

From hiding behind … to walking through art as veil … the sieve which separates grief… and the catharsis that emerges.
ixchelailee is a local multi-media artist.
This work is an exploration of digital collage using solely her iPhone 6.

Who is the artist?
Who is the art?

January/February 2019

45th annual Artspace Teen Art Show

Showcasing the work of young artists who live and study in Franklin County