Upcoming Exhibition







MADE SECTION/ Booths M514, M613             




The Schoolhouse Gallery presents dimensional paintings by BAILEY BOB BAILEY sculpture by BREON DUNIGAN and manufactured photographs by TED KINCAID at The ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST DESIGN SHOW (MADE SECTION) from March 16-19, 2017.


BAILEY BOB BAILEY presents a new group of dimensional wall paintings created especially for ADDesign. Bailey blends an embrace of assorted materials, unusual juxtapositions, puzzles and humorous word play filtered with surrealism’s found materials and ideas from Rauschenberg’s “Combines,” to make beautifully formed works. His experience as a master furniture maker, painter and sculptor all meet in these articulate, elegant and playful works of art.

“I discovered Milton Avery working with the Phillips Collection and one of the little -isms he talked about was that every color a painter uses should be three colors; it’s always three colors made into a single color,” Bailey says, his eyes lighting up. “I totally wrapped my head around that, loved the whole idea. To this day my own sculpture is often made of threes: make something, do something to it, do something to it again: a base, a stem, a sculpture on top of it.”

Bailey has received awards from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Twice a Fellow at The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA, he received his MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in sculpture and studied furniture design and woodworking at the Wendell Castle School, in Scottsville, NY. He has exhibited internationally in Australia, at the Melbourne Art Fair and privately in Japan; in New York City, Brooklyn, Hudson, Miami, Miami Beach and San Francisco, CA.  Bailey had mid-career exhibitions at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum; the Higgins Art Gallery of the Cape Cod Community College and at String Gallery at Wells College, Aurora, NY.  He lives in Truro, MA.


'Hulot' 27 x 9 x 15"

‘Hulot’ 27 x 9 x 15″

BREON DUNIGAN exhibits her sculpture and prints widely throughout New England and New York. Her work can be found is several public and private collections. Her studio is in Truro, on Cape Cod and she has deep connections to the Art Colony in Provincetown, Massachusetts. We are pleased to exhibit her wall sculptures of horned “Trophy Heads”, a suite of individual wall sculptures made from repurposed furniture and textiles. These sculptures are a marvel of ingenious fabrication, and a witty commentary on the psychology of what it means to collect objects. The work also describes the tension she enjoys between our preconceptions about beauty in fine art, functionality in the decorative arts, and ways that objects like trophies contain both possibilities. These artworks connect us with our hidden private desires, impulses and satisfactions about collecting including a flirtation with humor and fetish.






Ted Kincaid 'Not for Another Hour... 113' 26 x 22"

“Not For Another Hour… 113′ 26 x 22”

TED KINCAID presents a suite of new work including a special portfolio just for ADDesign consisting of A Portfolio of 12 Photographs (ed. 5) @ 19 x 15” titled, ‘Not For Another Hour But For This Hour’.

Kincaid exhibits and is collected nationally and has been reviewed in ARTFORUM, ARTPAPER and ART ON PAPER. His work is included in the permanent collections of the Dallas Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Museum of Fine Arts in San Antonio, the Neiman Marcus Collection, American Airlines, the Belo Corporation, the Microsoft Corporation, Pfizer, Inc, Reader’s Digest Corporate Collection, the City of Seattle, Washington, the U.S. State Department and the Human Rights Campaign Headquarters in Washington, DC.

His work has been seen in many gallery exhibitions and is in numerous museum and corporate collections, as well as a number of commissions, including designing the cover for Neiman Marcus’ The Book twice, a large 22-foot mosaic for DFW International Airport’s Terminal D, and a two story mammoth cloud canvas that anchors Dallas’ Omni Convention Center Hotel.

Over the course of two decades, Kincaid has explored the play between painting and photography and is well known for creating a new painting informed by photo-imagery and a new photography influenced by painting.


Thursday, March 16th: 10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Open to design trade & VIP consumer ticket holders.
Friday-Saturday, March 17th-18th: 10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Open to all ticket holders.
Sunday, March 19th: 10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Open to all ticket holders.


The Schoolhouse Gallery is located at 494 Commercial Street in Provincetown, Ma. US 02657

Contact and Orders:                mike@galleryschoolhouse.com                                  508 735-2151