Category Archives: Exhibits

Art in the Square

KCUR

Underappreciated Park Near Crown Center Gets A New Outlook Thanks To City Art Project

 

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The Flowering Wall – Installation

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Behind the Scenes – The Flowering Wall

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Economic Development Corporation KC

https://www.facebook.com/EconomicDevelopmentCorporationKC/photos/a.446608158723387.123680.444136555637214/985580744826123/?type=1&fref=nf&pnref=story

 

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Art In The Loop Returns…

Art In The Loop Returns To Downtown Kansas City — Here’s What To Look For

By Aug 6, 2015

http://kcur.org/post/art-loop-returns-downtown-kansas-city-heres-what-look

 

 

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Petticoat on Petticoat Lane – Installation

Morning of installation

I wanted to try the petticoat on before handing it over to the Kansas City Public Works to install. They did a great job.

 

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Petticoat on Petticoat Lane – preview article

http://www.thisiskc.com/2015/06/loop/

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What are You Watching?

Special video screening at the Stairwell Gallery, Bloomsburg, PA.

April 11, 2015.

Transformation – Images in Motion 2 featured.

Stairwell Gallery on Facebook.

 

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First rate ‘Phenomena’ group show at Epsten Gallery offers varied world views

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Phenomena: The Material Image at the Epsten Gallery

Phenomena:  The Material Image

November 16, 2014 – January 11, 2015

Curated by Heather Lustfeldt

 

Artists:  Timothy Amundson, Jon Scott Anderson, Dan Frueh, Michael Pointer, Paul Smith, Kati Toivanen, Raïssa Venables, and Mary Wessel

 

This exhibition features artists who utilize both traditional and digital photography to create works that show different ways of seeing and achieving abstraction utilizing photography within the broad spectrum of contemporary art.

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