The Main Gallery was a congregational space. It functioned as a classroom, a venue, a workshop, a staging area, and was host to the majority of the events at Nomadic Studio. The gallery was flanked by Jeff Zimmermann’s imposing photo-realistic paintings, “Not” and “Sowf” and Dayton Castleman’s cardboard F-16 Falcon and Canadian goose titled “Chicken”. Rob Funderburk also painted “the Robin and the Worm,” a 468 sq. ft. Mural behind “Chicken”.
In addition, the Convertible Stage changed regularly to give the room an inviting, yet constantly evolving atmosphere. A huge amount of the rotating artwork was housed in the Main Gallery in various configurations, only adding to the variety.