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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Happy New Year!  Gallery 41 20th Year Celebrations

Gallery Forty-One is celebrating our 20th year offering local artisan work to the shoppers of the Southern Tier!

Stay tuned for more information on artist exhibitions and other ways to celebrate with us this year!

January Featured Member Artist - Tammy Burger

Tammy Burger - Soapmaker  Tammy Burger

Tammy says, I call soap making my PTSD cure. I have always been into creating things with my hands. I had a friend who had made soap and I thought it was wonderful, so decided to give it a whirl. I really enjoyed it and soon found myself with much too much soap for one person, one family….. I began to sell as a way to continue creating and not be overrun by my hobby’s creation. Once I had the soap down, I decided to try other bath and body products. I really enjoy the process of making soap and lotion. My favorite product is sugar scrub – I enjoy the exfoliating and moisturizing of the product.

February Featured Member Artist - Judy Bjorkman

Judy Bjorkman jewelry  Judy Bjorkman

Judy prefers making jewelry in abstract designs, most often of a larger style. The Modernist Jewelry movement is inspirational for her, especially such artists as Alexander Calder. She uses base metals (copper, brass, nickel-silver) because they are both affordable and beautiful. She enjoys utilizing the techniques of brazing, hard-soldering, etching, reticulation, fold-forming, hammer-decorating, and occasionally makes chain-mail pieces and her own metal beads. Her favorite stone beads are agates, jaspers, lapis lazuli (and many more)!

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!