. Every First Thursday from 6 - 10 pm, the gallery is open to the public for the Art Walk.

The gallery is also available by appointment on Saturday and Sunday from 12-5pm. 

Please call the gallery phone anytime if interested viewing our collection.

The Field Gallery is owned and managed by local artist Brian Wischer.

His work is available in the gallery and through our online shop. 

My Story

Owning an art gallery where I can share my work, and other local artists, has always been my dream. In June of 2014, I had the good fortune to lease a storefront gallery space at Everett Station. It has been an amazing experience to open this space every month for the First Thursday Art Walk. Along with showing my own work, I really enjoy having the occasional guest artists. If interested please inquire through my contact page.

From an early age, I have always enjoyed capturing the human form through drawing. As a working artist, my focus has been to create figurative works using personal photographs as a reference. Beginning with graphite and dabbled in many mediums, I sold figure studies in cafe's and restaurants. When I opened this gallery, I wanted to explore new mediums and really try something new. I decided that I wanted to use resourced materials and so I choose recycled magazines to do collage, a medium I've never attempted before.

I enjoy the idea of using sharp geometric shapes to create the classic organic beauty of the figures, and therefore use mostly triangles and rectangles throughout each piece. Using resourced magazines, I carefully build my pallet of colors that I essentially use to “paint with paper.” For this series, I have focused on applying this magazine paper to canvas and board using an acrylic gloss medium and varnish.  I have finished each piece with an UVLC stabilizing varnish for protection from light damage.

This series has been a springboard into this new and amazing medium that I hope to keep exploring.



Self Portrait by Brian Wischer