The 3S Gallery is an incubator of ideas, facilitator of original content, and advocate for contemporary artists. Each year the gallery presents exhibitions that highlight unprecedented innovation across disciplines, celebrate artistic excellence, encourage lively discourse, and foster an unwavering appreciation for the vital role that art plays in our community.

Exhibitions are free and open to the public.

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday: 10am-6pm Saturday-Sunday*: 12-5PM Monday: CLOSED

The gallery is occasionally closed for private events or for exhibit installations, and occasionally open outside regular hours during public performances, by appointment and by chance.

Check out 3S' calendar for public programs related to exhibitions.

*The Gallery will be closed on Sundays in January (1.6, 1.13, 1.20, 1.27) for the Sound Body mindfulness workshops.



Artists' Opening Reception: Friday, January 4. 5-8pm.
Free and open to the public.
Reception coincides with the Yoga Photogravures exhibit opening in the 3S Lobby Gallery as well as Art 'Round Town monthly art walk in Portsmouth.


Wildlife Fashion Art Safari began in the summer of 2005 as a collaboration between ceramicist Peter Morgan and new media artist Adam Hinterlang. The original principal was to take fashionable, trendy colors of the day and apply them to silhouetted images of animals in action poses. This project brought together both artists' interest in animals & color theory. Wildlife Fashion ArtSafari was our get rich quick scheme that involved creating designs for purses, and T-shirts that we are still waiting to capitalize on.



Peter Morgan:
Peter Morgan is a native son of Virginia, currently based in Phoenixville, PA. He has a MFA in Ceramics from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, and has exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. Notable residencies include the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, and the Archie Bray Foundation.

Adam Hinterlang:
Adam Hinterlang (b. 1975, Pittsburgh, PA) has exhibited his work in drawing and animation in the US and abroad and has been featured at the MCA in Chicago and MoMA in NYC. He received his BFA in New Media from KCAI in 2004 and his MFA in Electronic Integrated Arts from Alfred University in 2006.



Additional support provided by:

Infinite Imaging