Saturday, February 21, 2015

 Valentine is now closed.
We will reopen at our new location at 581 Woodward Ave in the Autumn of 2015. 
It's a bit smaller but the real estate wolf won't be knocking at the door for many years. It is with humble gratitude and appreciation to all who have given me the opportunity to share your work and to all who have visited that I say 
Cheers!

Fred Valentine

Friday, January 2, 2015










Valentine is pleased to present 
               3 WHO 3D
New and Recent Sculptures by
             Michael Ballou, 
           Shari Mendelson 
               Kurt Steger


opening Friday January 9  
from 6:00-9:00
 This exhibit will run through Sunday February 1st



Friday, November 14, 2014


Valentine is pleased to present

4 WHO PAINT

 Peter Acheson, Yevgeniya Baras
Andrew Baron, Gaby Collins- Fernandez
Detail Andrew A
Detail Gaby C F
Detail Peter A
Detail Yevgeniya  B

Opening Friday November 21 from 6:00 -9:00
This exhibit runs through December 21
Valentine will be closed Thanksgiving weekend

Wednesday, October 8, 2014







VALENTINE 
is pleased to present
new and recent paintings 
by
Jennifer Coates 
and 
Tom Burckhardt










Opening Friday October 17
from 6:00-9:00
with 
Michael Chandler 
and 
Judith Simonian

The exhibit will run through 
Sunday November 9th

Friday, August 29, 2014


Valentine
is pleased to present
new and recent paintings 
by 
 David Brody 
and 
Cindy Tower


with
 Liz Ainslie

and featuring Cathy Diamond in the gift shop

Opening Friday September 12th.
from 6:00 - 9:00
   This exhibit will run through 
  Sunday October 5th.


Friday, June 20, 2014







And now for the kiss of the wind,
And the touch of the air’s soft hands,
With the rest from strife and the heat of life,
With the freedom of lakes and lands.

Excerpt from Paul Laurence Dunbar

IN SUMMER

Valentine is closed for the summer and will reopen September 12 with 
David Brody
Cindy Tower
Liz Ainslie

Friday, April 18, 2014




“It Ain’t What You Make It's What Makes You Do It”



Opening at Valentine

Friday April 25 from 6-9



EXTENDED THROUGH SUNDAY JUNE 8


The center piece of this exhibit will be

Dennis Oppenheim’s, Theme for a Major Hit, from 1974,



This is a nod and a tribute to Dennis from artists who knew him, worked with him or were touched in some way by his work. The artists included are


Mark Esper, Jon Kessler, Jeffrey Allen Price Jude Tallichet and Mary Ziegler