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Drawing a Line


A platform that highlights and amplifies the artistic endeavors of others with the intention to educate, entertain, and inspire. In an effort to encourage creative output and contribute to the field we love, we collaborate with artists, writers, and photographers from around the world through virtual public exhibitions.


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MAY 1 - MAY 21, 2023   VIEW

exploring the ways we escape the mundaneness of our daily lives


The selected artists in no particular order are Hannah Davis, Gabrielle Wolfe, Juliet Martin, Mohammad Amin Shafiei, Bethany Westra, Martha Sarinana, Amaris Orozco, and Abigail Planta.

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MARCH 1 - MARCH 31, 2023      VIEW

Celebrating Women in Art

In Bloom: Celebrating Women in Art explores the beauty of simplicity, the wisdom of experience, and is centered on the themes of rebirth and transformation. Featuring the work of over 25 artists, and representing 16 countries, we were given another opportunity to showcase female creators and artists during Women's History Month for the second year in a row. This exhibition presents 30 works from women around the world, curated to both honor these women and showcase the commonalities in our stories and experiences. It shows artworks, photographs, and sculpture, that both celebrate and represent women in art.

Shkurte Ramushi


All eyes on us

April 10 - April 28, 2023   VIEW


A solo exhibition by painter and photographer Shkurte Ramushi, All eyes on us explores nature, society, and the human soul. Ramushi uses natural elements and colors symbolically throughout her work with the intent to connect the viewer with the world around us, reminding us that "paradise can easily be found under our feet."

Learn more about Shkurte here and here.

Solo Exhibitions

Shkurte Ramushi - The red eyes

The red eyes, 30x45 cm, Oil on Canvas

In Spring
In Spring



MARCH 1 - MARCH 31, 2022   VIEW

Celebrating Women in Art

In Spring explores women in their entirety, in their own words. This online exhibition is centered on the themes of growth, change, and identity, and showcased the work of female creators and artists only. Curated by Gallery Creative Director Maria Ilochi, In Spring featured the work of over 30 artists, presenting 31 works, and representing 13 countries. “Women are often spoken over and disregarded. I wanted to curate a collection of work that amplifies and honors women in their own words. I decided to host this exhibit during Women’s History Month to honor those that came before us, and those that will surely effect change in the future.”

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This exhibit uses the illusion of patchwork design, created by the interlocking of hands, to show strength. These elements create the foundation for the exhibition pieces, highlighted by contrasting bright colors and complex patterns to drive the viewer's eye. Two Hands shows how building from two elements can create something infinite, with movement, direction, and body.

the little stories

we tell ourselves

FEBRUARY 26 - MARCH 31, 2021

We define the little stories we tell ourselves as the realities we construct to comprehend life and create our identity. It can be understood, misunderstood, isolating or intimate. This call  gathered digital artworks, pictures, videos, etc. that represented the multifaceted worlds we create. This exhibition featured the work of over 40 artists, presenting nearly 45 works, including video and multimedia, and representing 17 countries.

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the little stories exhibit
Dusk The Gallery by MUI
Dusk The Gallery by MUI



DECEMBER 27 - JANUARY 31, 2021

The 3 Sunsets explores the transition between day and night, with a large focus on dusk and sunset. This exhibit began as an experiment in understanding depth and light, and how these elements influence emotion. As we began to incorporate elements of structure and openness through cityscapes and windows, it all came together to tell the story of the transition between day and night. This exhibit is beautifully woven together by the short story, Behind the Yellow Line, written by Gabrielle McKenzie. Instead of titling the individual pieces, we decided to use excerpts of the story to enhance the experience and give the viewer an opportunity to imagine themselves in the world created in The 3 Sunsets.




In collaboration with Black creatives, authors, photographers, developers, and composers, The Gallery by MUI presents:

Vision: A Short Film Series


This series spanned over the course of the summer, exploring the vision of a creative work through finality.

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