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On view August 31-September 22, 2018

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"Pasture Survey: Kansas"
by Michael Pointer  |  Main Gallery

Michael Pointer is a fourth generation artist. After receiving his first camera at age nine, he began formal art training at the Wichita Art Association and the Wichita Art Museum. The Kansas prairie has imprinted a deep regard for wide skies and soft grass hills on Michael. In this new exhibition, he created monotype gelatin silver prints with that sunshine blowing through his head.


“On and Off the Wall”
by Gary Lincoln  |  Boardroom Gallery

Even though Gary Lincoln received multiple degrees in math and chemistry from Wichita State University and went on to teach those subjects in area high schools, he is best known currently in the community for his extraordinary artistic abilities on the pottery wheel. He has been teaching beginning wheel throwing for WSU since 2013 and has shown his work throughout Kansas. Lincoln creates predominately functional wheel thrown and altered vessels using low-fire oxidation.

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by Kelly Johnson  |  Balcony Gallery

Kelly Johnson is a watercolor painter who explores the forms of the natural world with an approach of curiosity and wonder. Her work focuses on florals and space themes, delving into the vastness that each has to offer and rendering them in a mix of abstraction and realism. Through her work, she aims to capture the ephemeral beauty of nature and to find meaning and solace in the rhythms of birth, death and rebirth.


“Domestic Morning”
by Jack Wilson  |  Main Hall Gallery

Jack Wilson began creating art at an early age with his mother as his primary collector since kindergarten. Wilson was accepted into Wichita State University and earned a Bachelor of Fine Art in drawing and painting, and then a Masters of Fine Art in printmaking. Wilson's process of creating art has remained the same for the past 40 years. He begins his work with no particular idea in mind. He starts by making a mark and then responds to it, leaving evidence of time spent and thoughts streamed.

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Level 5 Photography Competition
by current and former CityArts photography students  |  3rd Floor Gallery

On view beginning July 27 - each year, CityArts' photography program takes students from basic camera operations to making award-winning photographs. The six-level program (introduction-Level 5) teaches students how to take complete control of their digital camera. After the completion of all levels, current and former students are invited to participate in the Level 5 Photography Competition. A panel of guest judges critique student photographs and award top prizes and an overall best-of-show award to photographs in different categories.