“Stories From the Book of the Dirty Sunshine Club” will feature photography from Wichita artist and musician Joey Henry. The exhibit will be on display in the William J. Reals Gallery of Art-West.
Join us on Final Friday for complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres while viewing the art. This display will run through Aug. 31.
The William J. Reals Galleries of Art are free and open to the public. Regular business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
John Muir famously said “The mountains are calling and I must go.” Reuben Saunders Gallery is proud to feature an invitational exhibition featuring fifteen nationally prominent artists who have also answered the call, specializing in artwork of the Rocky Mountains:
Chula Beauregard, Steamboat Springs, CO, Lorenzo Chavez, Parker, CO, Mark Flickinger, Arkansas City, KS, Debra Joy Groesser, Ralston, NE, David Harms, Centennial, CO, Peggy Immel, Taos, NM, Kate Kiesler, Breckenridge, CO, Leon Loughridge, Denver, CO, Stuart Loughridge, St. Paul, MN, Kim Mackey, Pueblo, CO, Stacey Peterson, Evergreen, CO, Clare Scott, Lafeyette, CO,
Phil Starke, Tucson, AZ, Brad Teare, Providence, UT, Dan Young, Rifle, CO. All works in the show will be For Sale.
During the exhibition we will also feature paintings and prints in our Estate Gallery by well-known Kansas artists who also chose the Rocky Mountains as an inspiration: Prairie Print Makers Arthur Hall, Norma Bassett Hall, and Lloyd Foltz; well-known Wichita State University painter, Clayton Henri Staples; and Colorado artist-print maker, Lyman Byxbe.
Wichita Downtown Art Crawl come see, meet and greet local artisians. Eaton Place will be hosting USD 259 Teachers in our lobby starting this month on June 28th at 6:00 pm
We all have great memories of Joyland, especially in the summer.
We’re excited to have local photographer Brandon White share his photos from Joyland’s final days. These never before shown photos are from 2013, when the park was still recognizable.
Grab a beer and support local art!
Join us for Final Friday this month featuring one of our very own. Heidi Dunkin is not only a very talented artist, but also a very skilled massage therapist. Heidi’s exhibit features her paintings, as well as charming sculptures that will take you to a tiny make believe world. Her sculptures will be hidden throughout the spa for you to seek and find. Find all 7 sculptures and be you will be entered to win a prize.
New Artists Every Month!
Brent Newton Photography
Austin J Shaw photography
Bonnie Johnson Photography
Susanns Bloomin Art
Soul Sisters Jewelry Designs
Tarah Lynn Creations LLC
Artwork by Mary Nguyen
Farley Charwell is the birthed product of interdimensional beings and is also a human cartoon. I want my world to be fun and ridiculous so I’m on a mission to spread my madness through my art and my everyday life. I feel life is too short most people have lost their happy thoughts and I like to try and bring the kid out in everyone. If anyone one gains anything from my art i hope that it is that it’s ok to let your freak flag fly. Everyone’s the same. Let’s have fun with our miserable lives.
Come join us for Final Friday this month at The Fusion Restaurant where you can enjoy a lively, captivating and very colorful art show hosted by a local novice artist.
And while you’re here you can try some of our warm fire roasted salsa and our cheesy corn fusion dip with our house made tortilla chips!
The act of capturing a moment in time through taking a photograph of someone is one of the highest gestures that a person can give. We all have the people in our lives that are important to us personally and also find people who are visually interesting. Documenting the likeness of these people as well as capturing the pure personality of a person through a range of emotional gestures is a phenomenal experience. This exhibition represents the human likeness in all of its forms, whether it is a documentary approach, a snapshot genre, if it is a fashion statement, an editorial statement, or simply a straight forward compositional body study, we are exhibiting the photographs of a wide range of people.
Exhibiting artists: Alice Anderson, Jason Andrescavage, Lisa Bang Hoffman, Kevin Bacher, Bruce Berkow, Lisa Beard, Nancy Stalnaker Bundy, Alexi Berry, Hsuan Chung, Nathan Collins, Ron Cooper, Dallas Crow, Rose Cunningham, Spencer Cunningham, Gwendolyn Davies, Tristan Dennis, Mark Dierker, Sandra Dyas, Dan Farnum, Dan Gemkow, Paula Rae Gibson, Timothy Goins, Ted Gordon, Kelsy Gossett Dennis, Richard Greene, Anna Grevenitis, Meg Griffiths, Javier Guri, Charles Hively, Rion Huffman, David Jensen, Luke Jordan, Nikki Keeton, Micah Kraus, David Lancaster, Connie Lowell, Nicholas Luchenbill, Jennifer Maiotti, Sara Maresca, Michael Martin, Rose Materdomini, Miriam McAuley, Jonna McKone, Sofia Mendez, Josefina Moran, Grant Moxley, Jackson Nichols, Collin Pollard, Marcia Poloski, Irene Rim, Nat Raum, Natalie Weber, Dana West, Don Wolfe and Mitsu Yoshikawa.
Exhibition dates: June 7 – June 28, 2019
Reception: Friday, June 28, 7 – 9 p.m.
For more information and to view photographs, please visit: http://www.mwcponline.com/human-representation.html
THIS IS A WEATHER PERMITTING EVENT, WATCH THIS PAGE FOR UPDATES!!!!!
Fire will start around 8:15! The end time depends on a few factors, such as number of performers, crowed reactions, and whether!
We have performers of all levels! Some new, some old. Note that it may be some of their first time performing in front of an audience!! Give cheers!
Come join us in Old Town Square around dusk to watch a dazzling and possibly dizzying display of FIRE, LED, and DANCE!!
Our troupe specializes in all flow art including but not limited to: Poi, Hoops, Staves, Fans, and Fire Breathing!!
This is a kid friendly event, but please keep an eye on the little ones. Just be cautious of them and keep them away from open flames and outside the LED perimeter!!
Tips are greatly appreciated and insure that we can continue our event for years to come!
Be ready to be amazed, and remember to cheer for your dancers!!
For booking please email Tyler at Phlox.Kansas@gmail.com or visit the Phlox Kansas facebook page at Phlox Kansas.
Note for the performers:
– Performers must attend required safety meeting to perform/safety
– Bring extra fuel
– Show up for tool check
-You MUST have a 2-1 ratio of performer to safety.
– We will check everyone’s tools on site.
– Last but not least, have fun!
An exciting, free traveling aviation themed Art Exhibition at WSU Haysville (June 24-June 28) and WSU South July 8-July 18), 2019 featuring 14 adult artists and selected Valley Center middle school artists. Please check flyer for days and times and come meet the artists at WSU South’s artist reception on July 18th from 5-6pm.
This remarkable exhibition highlights the work of 26 up-and-coming artists in a variety of media. Stop by between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Fridays in August for Meet the Artist Fridays.
Steven Campbell • Emily Chamberlain • Trisha Coates • Lauren Doshier • Lauren Fitzgerald • Rachel Foster • Catherine Freshley • Kelsy Gossett • Jordan Kirtley • Antonio Martinez • Matthew Miller • Alex Moore • Honeybee O’Gee • Kristen Phipps • Chuck Purviance • Angela Rangel • Garet Reynek • Joseph Rincones • Alexis Rivierre • Dale Small • Hannah Somes • Bernardo Trevizo • Addie Wise • Nicole Woodard • Hugo Zelada-Romero • Justin Zielke