Previous Exhibits

2022, Exhibit

Out of Chaos

Madelynne Jones uses abstract techniques and acrylics to visually represent the chiasms and patterns revealed in Scripture. Chiasms are ancient literary tools used by Hebrew writers to show patterns in Scripture. These patterns point to a Creator that is so meticulously obsessed with beauty that He's layered and buried jewels within the Scriptures for us to uncover. Madelynne's work allows the viewer to see Scripture through dynamic colors and textures that reveal a God committed to telling His story of redemption over and over again.

2021, Exhibit

on the bridge between

on the bridge between is a collection of mixed media collage works born from a year of exploring notions of resilience and the myriad ways humans choose to lean into life while on the bridge between those everyday realities that have the power to destroy us and the somethings beckoning us to keep going in spite of it all.

2021, Exhibit

Geheimnis – Kelly Kruse

Who Makes You? presents a series of works that reflect on the influence of the artist’s professors, peers, and friends during the past four years at The Kansas City Art Institute. Brimming with color, her large-scale works on silk panels combine intuitive mark making and employ a less traditional approach to shibori resist dyeing.

2021, Exhibit

Who Makes You? – Kate Fromm

Who Makes You? presents a series of works that reflect on the influence of the artist’s professors, peers, and friends during the past four years at The Kansas City Art Institute. Brimming with color, her large-scale works on silk panels combine intuitive mark making and employ a less traditional approach to shibori resist dyeing.

2021, Exhibit

Josey Lee, “This is my body”–

A reflection on the repercussions of my parents’ divorce, “This is my body”—  is a lament over the dismembering of my family, the tearing apart of that body, the desecration of that sanctuary people call home. It is also a meditation on the collision between the earthly and the divine. As a triune metaphor for my family as both body and sanctuary, this installation contains visual aspects of my childhood home, the Bible’s recurring theme of animal sacrifice, and the Mosaic tabernacle (or tent).

2021

Louise Cutler

The Art Exhibit We Are Still Watching makes us look at our past through the eyes of those who have gone before. Our forefathers: King, Malcolm, Harriet, Rosa, among others had their faith to guide, strengthen, and direct them.