Bob Alan Bricks July Gallery 41 Exhibition Bob Alan Bricks - Sexpeditions Exhibition
Carol Sunderwirth - Owego Bridge Carol Sunderwirth - Owego Bridge
Carol Miller - Greencastle Carol Miller - Greencastle
Brigida DiGenova - Forest Brigida DiGenova - Forest
Ann Laczak - Lavendar Fields Ann Laczak - Lavendar Fields
Johanna_Husband-Blackwolf-fp.jpg Johanna Husband - Black Wolf
Lynn Capani Czebiniak-Dreamweaver Lynn Capani Czebiniak-Dreamweaver
Lauren McCarthy Horses in Acrylic Lauren McCarthy's Horses in Acrylics
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July Exhibition Artist - Bob Alan Bricks

Bob Alan Bricks Sexpeditions Exhibition

Please join us for guest artist Bob Alan Bricks's  “Sexpeditions” exhibit opening reception, Friday, July 7th, 6pm - 8pm.

The show’s title describes the duality of this collection, which explores both personal sensuality and public suppression. Bricks has faced criticism in the past couple of years for showing what was deemed inappropriate images and nudes, and he said these artworks show “my own evolution as a sexual being.”

Bricks has had more than 12 recent shows in Vestal, Binghamton, Owego and Johnson City. He is mostly a self-taught artist, but did spend two years at The Albert Pels School of Commercial Art and Advertising in Manhattan. Raised in New York City, he began by drawing cartoons with his dad at the kitchen table. His teen years were filled with music and art, playing in bands and experimenting with art.

Bob's Exhibition show runs through the end of July.  

July Featured Member Artist - Jessica Holbrook

Jessica Holbrook Jewelry

Jessica is born and raised in Broome County and has always pursued creative pursuits. She creates under the business name of Gem Flo Jewelry.

The majority of Jessica’s designs are romantic and flowing. As a designer she has always marched to her own drummer and creating jewelry quickly became a way to complete her style which swings from Office Chic to Bohemian Hippie.


Welcome to Gallery Forty-One

Gallery Forty-One located in downtown Owego, NY, 2009's America's Coolest Small Town, is dedicated to:

  • Supporting a tradition of arts and crafts in the community
  • Providing exhibit space for local artists and crafts people
  • Sponsoring educational opportunities for youth and adults in developing their talent

What Does the Brick Logo stand for?

G41 Brick Logo Gallery Forty-One is located in the downtown historic district of Owego, NY.  If you look up at the front of our building, you will see the zig-zags and chain links of the logo incorporated into the facade of the building.  The G41 brick logo is inverted from what is on the building.  Stop by and check it out!