“Flapdoodle and Cogitation” by Craig Cambell
Every sculpture has a story to tell. Craig Campbell began sculpting more than 20 years ago. he received is Bachelor of FIne Arts in sculpture from Wichita State University. His work represents a study of human and animal anatomy, including movement, character and proportion. He has created work for commercial clients and fine art galleries, and has also been commissioned by zoos, toy companies and the film industry.
“Bibs & Forks” Food Invitational
co-curated by CityArts & Dustin Parker
CityArts partners wil local artist Dustin Parker to present “Bibs & Forks,” an art invitational about food. The theme? Food – works about food, works of food or food-inspired work. The media? All mediums – paintings, drawing, photography, ceramics, sculpture, fiber and wearables. Bring your appetites for art and enjoy this tasty new exhibition.
“The Land of Bread” by Brent Nuzum
Using pen and ink, Brent Nuzum creates drawings inspired by his thoughts, dreams and encounters in the world, providing a personal glimpse inside his head. Brent is a self-taught artist from Garden City currently living in Lawrence.
Main Hall Gallery:
“Rachel Foster; Paintings” by Rachel Foster
Rich in color and pattern, Rachel Foster’s paintings show the complexities of the human condition. The paintings represent intangible and universal connections, whether it be through family relationships or unbidden anxiety. Rachel is a painter with a Bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and a Master’s degree from Wichita State University. She uses oil paint to create life from cloth and pigment, but not life as we see it; it’s life as she feels it.
Event cover image:
artwork by Brent Nuzum