4061/2 Poyntz Ave.
M-S 10am – 6pm
Abstracted Landscape Paintings
March 4 — April 23, 2016
Zak Barnes, Allan Chow, Clare Doveton, Becky Drager, Kristin Goering, Cally Krallman, Bill McCall, Carol McCall, Matthew Richter, Rodney Troth, Diana Werts, Sharon McCoy, Virginia McKinney, Heather Smith Jones, Bev Gegen
Eclectics’ April Featured Member Artist
Lynette’s art interests are all over the map. She likes to experiment with different techniques and mediums and she makes art that makes her happy. Lynette is thrilled when people like her work and we think you’ll be thrilled to see all the interesting art that she…
Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott
The #Carriage Factory Art Gallery began as the Newton Art Association in 1968 by a small group, they became a non-profit in 1980. In an effort to preserve their gallery legacy for the future of arts in Newton, KS they embarked on an ambitious task of raising a million dollar endowment fund. Beginning in 2009, their necessary goal for long-term…
Brenton Kirkhart Exhibit
January 9th-February 20th
From Realism and Expressionism to Abstract and Contemporary, Brenton Kirkhart creates variety of art media. He is found with either a paintbrush in his hand or a camera around his neck.
“The creation of art can change the world for the better”, he says. On his travels, Brenton has met an abundance of…
Topeka artist Justin Marable and Wichita artist Christopher Gulick exhibit new works at Carriage Factory through Nov. 29. “In the Middle of Everywhere” showcases the artists’ reflection of Kansas through abstract and realistic subject matter.