Current Exhibitions 



Artist Residency Workshops:


Mandy Roeing (pastel) Thursday, Nov. 1st – Saturday, Nov. 3rd

Kara Kirchner (felting) Wednesday, Nov. 7th – Saturday, Nov. 10th

Natalie Wetzel (encaustic/mixed media painting) Wednesday, Nov. 14th – Saturday, Nov. 17th

Holiday Treasures Reception, Thursday, Nov. 15th from 5-8pm

Heather Evert (temari Japanese embroidery) Wednesday, Nov. 21st – Thursday, Nov. 29th

Krystal Lyon (mixed media sculpture) Friday, Nov. 30th – Saturday, Dec. 8th

Whitney Johnson (mixed media painting/collage) Wednesday, Dec. 12th – Saturday, Dec. 15th



Brandt Gallery

Convo with the Curator: Tuesday, October 16th, 5-6 pm

A Practice in Permanence explores the importance of human interaction in the work of seven artists using a variety of media. All pieces have a life in the gallery allowing viewers to see and explore the growth, decay, or remnants of each work. The works toil with the question of art’s permanence and the metaphor this evolution embodies.

The exhibit includes works from Christopher Cohoon (painter/mixed media), Christopher Hagen (printmaker and bookmaker), Claudia Husband (printmaker and textile designer), Whitney Johnson (plant materials/mixed media), Kira Santiago (organic flower farmer and floral designer), Melanie Scott-Dockery (mixed media), and Chris Wille(New Technology/mixed media artist).


     
Works by Chris Cohoon and Whitney Johnson, two of the seven participating artists.

A Practice in Permanence                                         

September 7 – October 18, 2018 

Opening Reception: Friday, September 7, 5 – 7 pm


Armstrong Gallery





    

Alice Lee                                                                   

September 7 – October 18, 2018       

Opening Reception: Friday, September 7, 5 – 7 pm

Alice J. Lee is a graphic designer and educator with over 10 years of professional experience across print and digital media. Her research interests include alphabetic systems, namely the Korean alphabet, and concepts of interconnectedness and the dynamic of complementing opposites.

Sales Gallery

Student Artists of the McLean County Arts Center





Armstrong Gallery


Nick Satinover                                                          

August 3 – September 1, 2018           

Opening Reception: Friday, August 3, 5 – 7 pm


Sales Gallery


Armstrong Gallery

 

 



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