Sprout CoWorking Community Gallery

About the Gallery

Sprout is a new gallery at 166 Valley Street in the Rising Sun Mills campus that is committed to showing local artists and local student artists. As part of a co-working office space, we are committed to promoting and growing community.

166 Valley Street
Rising Sun Mills Campus
Building 6
Providence, RI
401.275.7776

Wheelchair accessible

Email:

GalleryManager@sproutcoworking.com

Website:

http://sproutcoworking.com/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/sproutcoworking/

Mon-Fri: 9am–5pm


May Press Release

Breauna Clague

Bre is a student from Chepachet, RI who loves making characters and drawing with bright colors. She often draws human characters or anthropomorphic animals (or a mix of both), and sometimes fan art. She finds creating art relaxing and fun. She creates new art constantly as a way to distract herself from bad situations, and to help pass time at her medical appointments.

Alan F Hawkridge

Alan is a British Visual Artist living in Rhode Island. He specializes in Encaustic and Acrylic Abstracts and Dream Scapes.  

Nicole Katzman

Nicole is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, MAT, MAE. She uses collage with oil pastel on board to create a three dimensional effect. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, travel and spending time with her family and dogs.

Anne Polashenski

Anne received her MFA in Combined Media from Hunter College in NYC.  She creates dense compositions combining painted paper, ornate patterns, gouache paint and detailed cut-out collage elements.  Anne has participated in several artist residencies worldwide and has also exhibits her work nationally and internationally. She currently lives in Providence, RI.  

The Little Clay Studio

The Little Clay Studio will be having a flash sale for Gallery Night. The Little Clay Studio provides an inspirational classroom structure where individuals with differing abilities can use their creativity to explore the potentials of clay while developing self-confidence. Located at the ReFocus Gilbane Community Center, the tableware produced is used by many area restaurants and private residences.