Art Exhibit at WWU Showcases Callaway County Talent

More than 30 artists are displaying their work through March 2 at the Cox Gallery in the Gladys Woods Kemper Center for the Arts at William Woods University. All artists are residents of Callaway County or the surrounding area.


Called the Kingdom Perspectives Art Show, the exhibit showcases a wide variety of artistic media, including watercolors, oil paintings, sculptures, ceramics, pastels and digital photography.
The artists range from amateurs to long-time enthusiasts to full-time professionals. Some of the more notable names are George Tutt, a former WWU professor; Loran Creech, and Mary Randolph, the oldest artist at age 91.


Other featured artists are Donna Aldridge, Linda Jane Bailey, Subet Beck, Cynthia Beckmeyer, Jane Bell, Paul Clervi, Ann DeRosier, Kevin Dingman, Bob Elliott, Dotty Ewers, Harold Farley, Ken Greene, Peter Haigh, Nicole L. Heidbreder, Bill Helvey, Jamie C. Humphreys, Mark Koch, Paula Kientzel, David Kyczynski, Wayne Legg, Amy Mack, Brian Mahieu, Terry Martin, Jane Mudd, Debbie H. Ripley, Richard Rummel, Verna Shryock, Carolyn Thompson, Vaughn Wascovich, Corrine Williams, Jeff Young and Rosemary Zbinden.


A reception featuring the artists will be held March 2 at the Cox Gallery from 4 to 6 p.m. The community is encouraged to attend.


The Cox Gallery is open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For additional information, call (573) 592-4245.

CUTLINE: “Once Upon a Time” by Dave Kyczynski, a Callaway County artist.