by C.J. Charbonneau On This Earth Todd Weiner Gallery, August 4 – August 30 2017 On This Earth pairs the mixed media collages of Sarah Hearn with Genevieve Flynn’s copper and silver sculptures. The work in this show has its basis in life forms that are complex and varied, surviving in the most unlikely […]Read More Small Wonders
by Allie Donnell Pattern Languages at the Greenlease Gallery at Rockhurst University, curated by Kate Hackman, September 30th, 2017 through October 21, 2017 In celebrating the Charlotte Street Foundation’s 20th anniversary, the Greenlease Gallery at Rockhurst University is currently exhibiting Pattern Languages, a collection of works by Charlotte Street Award Fellows assembled by guest curator […]Read More Exhibition Review: Pattern Languages
Public art is a large component of the thriving Kansas City art scene. As an artist who works in three-dimensional media, I have always sought exposure to public art. Through a public art special topics class at UMKC, I was told of an internship opportunity in public art administration. From late February through early November […]Read More This is your “Cue”! Get to know KC’s Art in the Loop
by Meredith Power 18 September 2017 Molly Garrett’s work, “I’ll Come To You/You Come to Me,” is currently exhibited at La Esquina Gallery in Kansas City Missouri. It is a 2-channel video installation with extension cords, toner image transfer and pencil animation on a 58 second loop. My first reaction to this piece was that […]Read More Me?
Review of Seven Simultaneous Sunsets, Ricky Allman, Studios Inc. Kansas City 8 September-14 October 2017 by Craig Deppen Auge Seven Simultaneous Sunsets presents seven new and selected works by Kansas City artist, educator and Studios Inc. resident Ricky Allman. The austere feel of the Studios Inc. project space, gray cinderblock and buffed concrete, is the […]Read More Worlds Without End
Artist Michael Krueger creates a dreamlike walk through disjointed seasons for the exhibition Summer Winter Fall Spring. Haw Contemporary, from September 8 through October 14, is hosting a collection of Krueger’s work that explores the seasons themselves and the slow changes between them. Michael Krueger is primarily a printmaker, and uses printmaking techniques, such as stenciling, to create the […]Read More Michael Krueger: Summer Winter Fall Spring
I work as a bartender at a restaurant in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, and on the back of the building is a large mural by Alexander Austin featuring baseball, jazz and imagery that evokes the city’s unique history. Over the years of mixing drinks and pouring beers I’ve taken countless breaks out back to look […]Read More Exploring public art in Downtown Kansas City