What Would Hieronymus Do?

Hieronymus Bosch (c.1450 – 1516) is considered by some to be the first surrealist painter for his dreamlike and fantastic paintings and drawings. Little is known about Bosch, however  — he left behind no writings, and 500 years after his death his personal circumstances and the meaning of his work is still a mystery. 

Our November / December 2020 exhibition features 11 artists who we asked to send us work that answers the question: “What would Hieronymus do?” Featuring new works by Colin Chillag, Tyson Grumm, Cassandra Kim, Anthony Pontius, Joshua Jay Johnson, Matthew Dennison, Kathleen Powers, Laura Barstow, Philip P. Marzipan III, Br. Kevin Coffey, and Dave Marcet. An opening reception will be held on November 14 from noon until 8pm at the gallery.

Preview the show and get more information about the artists and works that are part of the show at https://www.artsy.net/show/the-secret-gallery-what-would-hieronymus-do .