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Memory of Water

December 1, 2017 – March 18, 2018 An interdisciplinary / intermedia exploration of water issues and interior waterways broadly, with content that draws upon pop cultural, scientific and literary references and merges these with sound, movement, image and sculptural objects. ... View More



Armin Muhsam

March 23 – June 10, 2018 Armin Muhsam was born in Germany, studied art at Montana State University, and currently teaches all aspects of Art at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville. His first solo exhibition will be held in... View More


ROSS EUGENE BRAUGHT, MAN OF IMAGINATION

NOVEMBER 16, 2018 – JANUARY 6, 2019: Early American modernist Ross Eugene Braught’s early career is typical of so many of his peers.  He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.  He lived in artists’ havens Buck County, Pennsylvania... View More



LAUREL DEFREECE: NATURAL ELEMENTS

JANUARY 11 – APRIL 7, 2019: Missouri artist Laurel DeFreece has worked in many different media during the course of her career, but this exhibition represents a bold new direction.  Native prairie grasses, sticks, and other found elements have inspired... View More


FLORAL AND FAUXNA: PATTY CARROLL

JANUARY 11 – FEBRUARY 17, 2019 Patty Carroll grew up in suburban Chicago, which provides the basis for her work. Her artwork addresses they myths of domestic perfection, through which she creates worlds that critique and satirize claustrophobic expectations that... View More


EXPLOSIVE: PAINTINGS BY STERLING WITT

FEBRUARY 24 – APRIL 1, 2019 Raw and expressionistic, Sterling Witt’s large paintings capture a viewer’s attention from across the room.  Witt’s natural sense of design and composition are innate, and it is instinct alone that guides his brush.  Although... View More


ROBIN VanHOOZER: ECHOES THROUGH TIME

APRIL 12 – JUNE 2, 2019 In this exhibition, the artist works to reveal the invisible routine of daily tasks typically performed by women and essential for life. Robin VanHoozer was inspired by her grandmother, whose journals document raising a... View More