Grey Fox Gallery

Grey Fox Gallery hosts monthly exhibitions. Check our events page for details about calls for art and upcoming exhibitions.

If you would like to be considered for an upcoming exhibition please e-mail the following to:

  • 10 Images of available artwork
    • Inculde a slide list with Title, Media, Dimensions and Price
  • A CV and artist statement
  • Links to website

Past Exhibitions:

Cider and Clay

October 5 – December 3, 2019

Thank you to all the ceramics artists who helped to make this show possible:

Maria Bohlin
Zakiah Bonnerwith
Cynthia Brownell
Russ Brownell
James Burke
Micah Cain
Heather Caufield
Julia Dean
Ramiro Diaz
Leslie Green-Guilbault
Emma Lou Kaye
Mary Lee
Justin Mastrangelo
Susan Messer McBride
Christina Ely Miliman
Laura Oldham
Brent Pafford
Layne Peters
Shawna Pincus – Pinkkiss Pottery
Stephanie Sanders
Rose Tardiff
Jessie Marianacci Valone
Lauren Visokay
Sarah-Anne Winchester
Pratt and Hebert
Round Designs
Stuck in the Mud
Turning True Studios


September 6 – September 28, 2019

Moon Glow – Nancy DiDonato

ARTAA was established in the fall of 2005 when a small group of like-minded artists decided to explore and share the joy of art quilting together. Several members have been recognized in National & International Quilt shows or have pieces in permanent collections.

Maria Vallese & Sheli Petersen

August 2 – September 2, 2019

Sheli Petersen – Prof Flop About

Maria Vallese is an illustrator and artist living in Utica, NY. She is a 2010 graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology with a B.F.A. in Illustration. Maria specializes in color- saturated artwork and illustrations, inspired by building architecture, interesting places and people, and a little bit of nostalgia.

Sheli Petersen is an internationally exhibited artist who has published five picture books. She is also a proud and active member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators. In addition to her creative practice, Petersen manages the graphic design program and teaches at Texas Woman’s University in the Dallas area. 

            My art career began at age three with crayon drawings of the solar system. My vocation as a storyteller and teacher began in kindergarten when I was invited to present my first hand-made book, a story about a dinosaur family who went bowling every Sunday morning, to the “big kids” in the second grade class.  – Sheli Petersen

Heather Swenson

July 5 – July 25, 2019

Heather Swenson – Undertow

Heather Swenson is an artist working and living in Rochester, New York. She is currently focusing on silkscreen and collage while exploring new uses of these mediums through building three dimensional structures. Heather has shown work in multiple exhibitions around New York and has had several solo and group shows in Rochester. She teaches a yearly silkscreen workshops through the Print Club of Rochester and is the Vice President of the organization. Heather received her BFA in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts with a concentration in painting and printmaking from Purchase College of Art and Design in 2012.

Within a multidisciplinary practice of making screenprints, sculptures, and installations I create work that is both derived from experience and invention. I am extremely captivated by the simple act of looking and gather observations from my daily life. By combining these observations with imagined structures and images I aim to make work that references real spaces while still feeling unfamiliar.

In The Garden – Group Exhibition

June 7 – June 29, 2019

Caroline Kelly Saganich: Fox Flower House

A group show featuring works of art that are inspired by the garden. Subject matter includes botanical and landscape imagery and garden wildlife. 

ReceptionJune 8 (2pm – 4pm) Free and open to the public. 

Participating Artists:
Katie Albrecht
Daniel C. Boyer
Silvia Soares Boyer
Heather Caufield
Linda Hess
Robert Katz
Greg Klein

Rachel Montroy
Leigh Anna Newell

Sarah Rafferty
Amy Reader
Caroline Kelly Saganich
Rayn-Boe Shutler
Ifeka Terry

Marc-Anthony Polizzi – Studies

May 3 – June 1, 2019

Marc-Anthony Polizzi – Studies

Marc-Anthony Polizzi was born in 1983 in the post-industrial city of Utica, NY. He attended PRATT at Munson Williams Proctor Institute of Art, The New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, and received his Masters in Fine Art from Tulane University in New Orleans. His education was punctuated by time spent as a traveling carnie, factory brazier, video store clerk, set designer, among other jobs. These diverse and happily demeaning experiences would later help shape his work. Also heavily influential was his time spent living in post-Katrina New Orleans and growing up in the rust belt city of Utica, NY. Polizzi’s work has been shown in cities across the United States, including Chicago, New York City, New Orleans, and Kansas City. He has also appeared in numerous publications from New Glass Review (Corning Museum of Glass) to Staging Spaces, Scenic Interiors (Gestalten Publishing). His current body of work further developed while in residency at Sculpture Space, a time which allowed him to establish new techniques and experiment with paint, texture, and form.

Ready, Set, Go

March 23 – April 26, 2019

Leigh-Anna Newell: “Where Foxes Roam

Ready, Set, Go was our first exhibition featuring 11 artists from three states that helped support our Kickstarter campaign.
Many thanks to:
Marshall Blevins
Silvia Soares Boyer
Daniel C. Boyer
Ethan Comstock
Stephen Fletcher
Elizabeth Holmes
Lindsay Jones
Leigh Anna Newell
Susan Paroubek
Sara Park
Rayn-Boe Shutler