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Kansas City Artists Coalition
201 Wyandotte St, Kansas City, Missouri 64105
WOMEN IN THE ARTS NETWORKING EVENT
WELCOME TO KANSAS CITY ARTISTS COALITION
We look forward to hosting the next Women in the Arts Networking Group KC event here at the Kansas City Artists Coalition, located at 201 Wyandotte KCMO 64105.
Please join us Wednesday, June 13th from 6 - 8 pm.
KCAC has four exhibitions on display through June 29th:
+PAUL SANTOLERI'S drawings respond to surface and surroundings, borrowing lines and images from his environment in an effort to enable the work to create itself. Using rhythms and repetitions that build narrative, the forms spin into abstractions based on emotions, pattern, movement, and direct response to instinct. These drawings become room drawings, where the viewer experiences the work by walking through it.
+KAREN KUNC addresses issues of the landscape and our natural surroundings as direct influences of her Nebraska heritage. A sense of the micro/macrocosm is set against landscape or space and illustrates the span of time it takes to wear away a canyon or build a mountain. Symbolic images are derived from a rich mix of instilled influences born at home and greatly expanded from travel.
+JOHN LAMBERTON is fascinated by Quantum Physics. This interest inspires his photographic exploration of wavefronts. Lamberton creates a unique visual interplayof particles and waves by recording over space and time. In this body of work he employs single, double and triple exposures to record luminous light sources in a painterly manor. His use of a negative capture and a positive display beautifully describes the duality of how we choose to observe the world.
+KADIE NUGENT AND LEXIE ABRA MILLIKAN work to explore the interactivity of the human body with textiles in their newest collaborative exhibition Belonging. Both artists use found materials that already contain history, along with newly crafted textiles like quilts and weaving's. Their shared interest to create spaces where the viewer is invited to interact with textiles has led them to collaborate in the past, and again in this exhibition. They both thrive on the element of improvisation and reaction to materials, when creating their work.