401 N First St
Ph: (785) 227-2220
The Birger Sandzén continues its namesake's promotion of the arts. The Gallery presents exhibits of work by local and regional as well as nationally recognized artists, music programs, receptions and docent tours for groups. Birger Sandzén is one of 8 Wonders of Kansas in Art because of his unique landscape paintings featuring bold brushwork and vibrant color and because of his lithographs, block prints, and drypoints.
212 S Main
Ph: (785) 227-2217
The Red Barn Studio was the working studio for professional artist and craftsman Lester Raymer (1907 - 1991). The Red Barn Studio is filled with Raymer's art and handiwork, from paintings and printers to ceramics and metalwork, from wood carving to stitchery, furniture and jewelry. A finalist in 8 Wonders of Kansas Art.
The Red Barn also offers an Artist-in-Residence program. The Artist-in Residence program at the Red Barn Studio offers visual artists and craftsmen, musicians, writers, and performer the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while being surrounded by the inspiring environment of Lester Raymer's Red Barn Studio. The Raymer Society offers the participant the use of a small apartment and studio space for periods from one week to several weeks.
127 N Main
Ph: (785) 227-4442
See through the eyes of world-traveled National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson at his Small World Gallery. In exhibits and in a huge greeting card selection of his work, you'll witness his passion for photography that says more. Meet Jim, if he's not on assignment, and see creations by Kathy Richardson, a jewelry designer who works with unusual and vintage metals, glass and semi-precious stones.
125 N Main
Ph: (785) 212-0107
Once the local Plaza theatre, The Courtyard Gallery is now home to an art gallery featuring unique works displayed and available for purchase by local artists, as well as an ice cream shop and bakery.
105 N. Main St .
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SVAFC is a venue for present and future artists, craftsmen, scholars, and performers, to introduce and exhibit their work to the Smoky Valley community and inspire creativity to abound in all ages.
Come visit our downtown gallery each weekend, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday afternoons from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.