Art Gallery

Currently in the Gallery

Snow Drift

Reception – February 23 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Exhibition Showing:February 14 through March 18

Artist: Wendy M. Bauer, acrylics

Artist Statement: 

The Michigan landscape, and my love of actively being outdoors, is what inspired these pieces.

I manipulate the paint that I wash onto each canvas, layer after layer, by scrubbing, brushing, dissolving and rebuilding it to create a satisfying depth of calmness. I compliment each piece with my handmade wooden frames, each measured, sanded and colored to blend into each specific landscape.

These paintings allow me to physically process and capture those fleeting, seasonal moments that I adore about Michigan, and it’s beauty that will only ever be present during each moment I experience.


Art exhibits are available for viewing Monday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm; during public concerts, and by appointment. For more information or to make an appointment, call 734-769-2999.

Upcoming Gallery Receptions

Artist:

Reception: April 10 5-7 pm

Exhibit Showing:  March 20 – April 29

Thomas Rosenbaum is an Ann Arbor artist who works in a number of mediums and period styles. He is exhibited locally and nationally in various venues. This is his second one person exhibit at KCH. He is self-taught and has participated in numerous workshops.

Thomas is a member of the Ann Arbor Women’s Artists Association, the Scarab Club, The Arts Alliance, The Ann Arbor Arts Center and the Alliance for the Arts in Ft. Myers, Fl.

The paintings are representative of recent abstract works in the encaustic medium. Also, coffee sack collages utilizing rich textural features are displayed. Finally, a series of acrylics in a mid-century modern style complete the exhibit. All works are framed and ready to hang.


Art exhibits are available for viewing Monday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm; during public concerts, and by appointment. For more information or to make an appointment, call 734-769-2999.

May 11 – 4:00 pm – 6:00

Exhibition Showing: May 1 through June 11

Artist: Paloma Núñez-Regueiro, Printmaker

Artist Statement: 

For a long time my works was about migration, seeds, planting, growing, and movement. It was a time of movement. In these turbulent times there is a need for stillness. In stillness we find peace. In that peace we are able to go inward to contemplate the universe, a universe in which we are just light, love, and compassion. My work is an invitation to be still and to contemplate with the eyes of the soul. Printmaking is my medium; gouge and heart came together to give place to this collection.


Art exhibits are available for viewing Monday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm; during public concerts, and by appointment. For more information or to make an appointment, call 734-769-2999.