Holiday Small Works Show
5:00 PM17:00

Holiday Small Works Show


(816) 535-1598

Find giftable art just in time for the holidays! All artwork in the show will be less than 14” in any dimension and under $500. 10% of the proceeds will benefit Harvesters and we will be collecting non-perishable food items. For each item of non-perishable food donated, guests will recieve a raffle ticket to win one of two $50 gift certificates for the gallery. 

Here is a list of Harvester’s most needed items:

Party will have live music by harpist Celia Albon, beer by our neighbors at Stockyards Brewing Co, and refreshments. More details to come!

VANESSA LACY GALLERY 1600 Genessee Street, Unit 161, Kansas City, Missouri 64102

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Visionmakers 2018
to Nov 25

Visionmakers 2018


  • October 05, 2018 - October 05, 2018

  • Location: 108 Contemporary

  • Venue: 108 Contemporary

  • Address: 108 E M.B. Brady St., Tulsa, OK 74103

  • Times: From: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

  • Admission: Free

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October 5 - November 25, 2018 

For more than thirty years, VisionMakers has shown the best of fine craft in Oklahoma, and since 2016, the region. VisionMakers2018 will spotlight and reward excellence by artists from Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas. This exhibition will be Juried by Emily Zilber, the Ronald C. and Anita L. Wornick Curator of Contemporary Decorative Arts at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Prior to joining the MFA, Zilber was assistant curator at Cranbrook Art Museum at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

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Prairie Village State of the Arts
7:30 PM19:30

Prairie Village State of the Arts

A juried Fine Arts Exhibition and Competition in the R. G. Endres Gallery located in the Municipal building 7700 Mission Road.  The exhibition runs annually during the month of October with a Gala Reception on the second Friday of October at 6:00PM. This year the awards will be held on October 12 at 6 pm.

Pond Life Bud Vessel made by Genevieve Flynn was accepted into this exhibition. Please know that you the public is allowed to vote on a Peoples Choice Award. I would like to invite you all to go and vote!!!

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Women in the Arts of Kansas City
5:00 PM17:00

Women in the Arts of Kansas City


WOMEN IN THE ARTS OF KANSAS CITY   Juried Art show Honoring the Works of 31 Local Women in Visual Art, 3-d Media and Photography   Art-Food-Wine  Live Music with Ric Gordon


ARTISTS:                                                                                                                                    Susan Righter
Holly Buchholz
Amanda Davis
Laura Ganschow
Shondi Webb                                                                                                                          Melanie Vaughn
Katrina Revenaugh
Valerie Phillips
Polly McCann
Rachel Olson
Kathleen Moburg
Brenda McDermott
Gayle Faulkner
Kelly Marie Johnson
Elisabeth Sauer
Genevieve Flynn
Tara Crandall
Lisa YaDullah
Jean McGuire
Susana Bruhn
Ann Ewing Jones
Gwen Thurn
Lorel Hoffman
Susan Keifer
Theresa Benavidez
Gretchen Ellison
Shelly Pinto
Valerie Anderson
Jill Huxtable
Michelle Wade
Lorrie Boydston

 Paper Birch Landing Gallery, 405 East 19th Avenue, North Kansas City, MO

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to Mar 18

identiTEA 16th Biennial National Teapot Exhibition

Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design’s Delmar Loop Gallery

Identi-TEA is partially underwritten by The Republic of Tea, David Charak, and Sheila Greenbaum & Gary Wasserman

Identity is a distinguishing characteristic or the personality of an individual. Visually, one can usually identify a teapot because it has a body, spout, handle and lid, but each teapot has its own unique and complex characteristics based on the artist creating it. Teapots have traveled all across the world and appear in many different cultures and nations. This exhibition, Identi-TEA, draws from the different interpretations and explorations of the artist-made teapot, as well as the ways artists express their own identities in creating their works and the messages these works carry about the artist’s individual characteristics. Whether functional or sculptural, each teapot can project its own personality just as the artist creating it can inject aspects of his/her persona into their work.

Juror, Bruce W. Pepich will select the best works entered in all craft media from both emerging and established artists. Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design invites artists nationwide with an interest in demonstrating their investigation of the teapot form and any aspect of the topic of personal identity.

Bruce W. Pepich is the Executive Director and Curator of Collections of the Racine Art Museum and the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts. In the 1990s he assembled one of the most significant contemporary craft collections found in any art museum in North America. He opened RAM in 2003 in downtown Racine as a second campus that is home to this collection.

Pepich curates exhibitions from RAM’s 9,000 piece collection and regularly presents lectures on contemporary crafts around the country. He is a published writer and has served as a juror for over 125 national and international art competitions and fellowship awards. In 2012, he was inducted as an Honorary Fellow into the American Craft Council’s College of Fellows and currently serves on the Council’s Board of Trustees.

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GUILDit Presentation/Genevieve Flynn & Sara Sally LeGrand
12:00 PM12:00

GUILDit Presentation/Genevieve Flynn & Sara Sally LeGrand

GUILDit - FREE forums where art & biz fuse >> presenters >>

Sara Sally LaGrand is an internationally known glass artist who has taught in Switzerland, France, England and the US. She has been awarded by the Bead Museum of Washington DC, Bead Button Magazine, and local organizations. Her work has been published nationally and internationally. Sara is now using her connections and reputation to build an educational venue for people in KC to add hot glass to their artistic voice. A challenge for her has been finding a permanent studio and education facility, which she is looking to Monarch Glass to facilitate.
Genevieve Flynn has won national and international silversmith awards including the International Saul Bell Design Award. Plus, she has created a Metal Arts Visiting Master’s Program where she has hosts national and international master level instructors in jewelry. She is starting a new line by creating collectable, one of a kind sterling silver vessels and art jewelry which has led her to apply to high-end craft shows in search of collectors and buyers. She is looking for ideas on social media, increasing cash flow, and finding new markets.

Networking following.

Join GUILDit from 12-1pm, on the 4th Thursday at the Kemper Museum (4420 Warwick Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64111), just West of the Nelson-Atkins Museum and The Kansas City Art Institute.

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4th Annual Public Hanging
6:00 PM18:00

4th Annual Public Hanging

The Public Hanging at the Kansas City Artists Coalition is back by continued popular demand!

A one-night pop-up art exhibition in the KCAC galleries for KCAC member artists.  Each participating artist will be showing ONE piece of artwork for the evening.  Sales are made on site through each artist!  

I will be showing in this event and it is always a fun and beautiful evening!

This is a great opportunity to get some holiday shopping done, support your local artists and enjoy a night out with friends!!

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Prairie Village State of the Arts Exhibition
to Oct 30

Prairie Village State of the Arts Exhibition

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Currently, I have one piece in the Prairie Village State of the Arts Exhibition.  The piece is titled Tree Frog Teapot.  A sterling silver raised vessel with chasing and repoussé details of a tree frog on a peace lily leaf.  

Prairie Village State of the Arts is the R.G. Endres Gallery annual juried competition held every October. The Exhibition runs during the month of October with a gala reception on October 9, 2015. 

2015 Juror - Larry Thomas
Larry Thomas received MA and MFA degrees from the University of Iowa.  He’s been in over eighty regional, national, and international exhibitions and in more than sixty corporate, public, and private collections including the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.  He is professor and chair of the Fine Arts Department at Johnson County Community College, and represented by the Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art Gallery in Kansas City, MO.

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