The Venusian Gardens Art Gallery occupies the second floor of the
main building. The art gallery is divided into two separate but adjoining
spaces: a large Venusian Garden art installation and a more formally
composed exhibition space.
The Venusian Garden art installation is a large work-in-progress that
is conceptually based on the formal Japanese Rock Garden but thematically
based on Ehlenberger's vision of a fantasy Venusian World. The installation
is currently in its infancy yet still offers a unique vision with
the promise of exciting growth and development.
The formal exhibition space displays art and sculpture that may or
may not be related to the theme of the Venusian Garden art installation.
Currently displayed in this space are sculptures that span a decade
of Ehlenberger's work but include some of his most recent work as
well. Also on exhibit here are examples of his new "neo-Antique"
series of wall sconces.