New exhibit of miniatures has desk with over 16,000 pieces
The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures unveiled a new exhibit of fine-scale works on Saturday. The French interiors highlight royal furniture from Louis XV and Louis XVI. The miniature version of a desk belonging to king Louis XV contains over
This survey of American Watercolor from 1860 to 1960 features a rarely shown Edward Hopper. The show is on display at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art through Nov. 20. Curator Kate Crawford previews three seascapes.
The Country Club Plaza opened its 85th Art Fair festival Friday evening, September 23. Nine street blocks were filled with booths featuring 240 artists and thousands of visitors coming to enjoy the vitality of the district.
Artist Ryan Wilks of Kansas City produced 12 large portraits for his exhibit “Gender Treason,” which represents various members of the LGBTQIA community in Kansas City. Wilks decided not to paint his own portrait but wanted to share his vulnerabil
Terri Wilson of Kansas City was pleased with the work of artist Ryan Wilks of Kansas City. Wilks unveiled a large painting of Wilson for residents and staff members at the Hope Care Center, celebrating the event with a party. Wilks' painting of Wi
Clients and case managers of Wyandotte Center work on a mandala at the ArtMakers' Place in Kansas City, Kan. The center uses the art studio and gallery as part of its treatment for people living with mental illness.
Kansas City Art Institute students used a 1,500-pound steamroller during a public printmaking session Friday morning in the parking lot of Lead Bank in the Kansas City Crossroads at 1801 Main St. KCAI students from professor Miguel Rivera’s printm