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.
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
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, Indigo Moo'd.
114 1/2 S. 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.
126 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 493-5246
Featuring works of Irene Nielsen, owner of Mixed Media Arts – Jewelry by Irene, with both one-of-a-kind jewelry and unique 3 – D wall hangings with wire arts, porcelain painting, sculpted clays, and gemstones.
105 N. Main St .
Founded in 2020, the Clara Hatton Center is a 501(c)(3) organization that exists to foster an awareness and understanding of the life and work of Clara Anna Hatton (1901-91) and her contributions to the visual arts culture of Kansas and the Mountain-Plains region. Exhibitions, programs, and research are the means through which the Center advances this mission. The Center maintains an annual schedule of exhibitions, presents programs (lectures, demonstrations, workshops, etc.) for all ages and audiences, and provides the general public and the scholarly community with access to Hatton’s work and papers.
Central to Hatton’s practice as an artist and a teacher was her conviction that encounters with art (viewing, making, and studying) are meaningful experiences that help us better understand the human experience, regardless of age, education, race, or socio-economic standing. The Center embraces this belief, and the many facets of Hatton’s art and life provide the wellspring of material with which we strive to facilitate active encounters with art.