The Gandee Gallery

The Gandee Gallery specializes in handmade objects and fine art, with a particular focus on sculptural and utilitarian ceramics.

Jen Gandee

Errol Willett

Jeremy Randall

Colleen McCall

Kala Stein

Ed Feldman

Bryan Hopkins

The Gandee Gallery will be open limited hours 3/18-3/26.  We will be open Saturday, 3/18, 11-4, and Saturday, 3/25, 11-4, or by appointment. 

Current Exhibit

Gallery Expo ’17- Portland, OR

The Gandee Gallery is proud to be one of nine galleries that are part of the Gallery Expo at The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) annual conference which is taking place in Portland, OR. If you happen to be in Portland, come see me at the Oregon Convention Center…you don’t need a conference pass to see the Gallery Expo!  The Expo will be open to the public Tues. 3/21, 6:30-8, Wed. 3/22, 9-6, Thurs. 3/23 9-6, and Fri. 3/24 8:30-4:30.

Gallery Talks:  Wed., 3/22  Shanna Fliegel 12:20-12:40 & Ted Neal 4:20-4:40

Participating artists include: Chris Baskin, Peter Beasecker, Kyle Carpenter, Andrea Denniston, Rachel Donner, Ed Feldman, Shanna Fliegel, Jen Gandee, Giselle Hicks, Nicole Hummel, John Jessiman,  Renee LoPresti, Liz Lurie, David MacDonald, Colleen McCall,  Andrew McIntyre, Ron Meyers, Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Ted Neal, Brooke Noble,  Jeremy Randall,  Davie Reneau,  Tim See, Grace Sheese, Kevin Snipes, Kala Stein,  Katherine Taylor, and Errol Willett.

Upcoming Exhibit

Disappearing World: New work by Phil Parsons and Ted Neal

April 8- May 21, 2017
Reception: Saturday, April 8,  6-8 PM
The exhibition features work by Syracuse-area painter Phil Parsons and ceramics by Ted Neal of Muncie, IN.  Parsons’s work explores the decay in  landscapes as a metaphor of the shifting of values in contemporary rural culture.  Neal creates functional ceramic forms which imitate industrial objects in order to comment on consumer culture and it’s impact on the environment.  Disappearing World encourages the viewer to meditate on the places we pass by and the objects we use and discard and what these say about the society for which we all are responsible. read more…

About the Gandee Gallery

The Gandee Gallery specializes in handmade objects and fine art, with a particular focus on sculptural and utilitarian ceramics. The gallery exhibits regionally and nationally established artists, as well as many emerging talents. Rotating thematic, group and solo exhibitions demonstrate a diversity of aesthetic possibilities. See our 360º gallery views. Please be patient while images load.

Pottery Classes for adults, teens, and children are offered in the Gandee Gallery’s classroom, which is also available for birthday parties, “Ladies’ Night Out” parties, and special events. Contact Jen Gandee for more information.

The Gandee Gallery is owned and operated by Jen Gandee, an actively exhibiting ceramic artist and educator. She has resided in the village of Fabius with her husband, Errol Willett, since 1999, the year they purchased and moved into the former Fabius Hardware Store.

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Hours

Summer Hours (June 26- Aug 21) Saturday & Sunday, 11-4.  Monday-Friday, by appointment. After Aug. 25, open Thursday through Saturday 11–5, Sunday 11–4. Monday–Wednesday by appointment.

Location

7846 Main Street Fabius, NY 13063 (315) 416-6339

The gallery is located in the village of Fabius, south of Syracuse, NY, which is in close proximity to many recreational attractions and activities, including Highland Forest Park and Pratt’s Falls Park, Toggenburg and Labrador Ski areas, and the Labrador Hollow Unique Area.

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