The peak of the summer is here! All is in bloom at the Museum… cone flowers and black-eyed susans, and colorful acrylic abstract landscapes from our youngest ArtSmart students grace the museum during this summer’s hottest days. Come stay cool inside and experience the Summer Idyll exhibit until August 4.
Part of our outreach includes art classes with Kindercare. July’s project… abstract flowers!
Young Artist Celebration and Reception 7/14/18
View works created in the Young Artists Program. Refreshments will be served. Open to the public. 11:00 am- noon. Exhibit now open for viewing until 7/14/18!
Young Artists is an annual summer program held at the Beach Museum of Art. This summer the younger artists visited the galleries to learn about wet and dry media and then had the opportunity to experiment with a variety of professional art media.
Older artists explored the permanent collection and participated in one or more of four special workshops: Painting Landscapes, Pastel Still Life, Abstract Printmaking, and Drawing Portraits.
The works in this exhibition represent the studio practices of fifteen members of the Kansas State University Department of Art. These works, made within the last two years and varying in concept and construction, feature the disciplines of ceramics, drawing, fibers, graphic design, painting, photography, sculpture, and new media. The artists are a diverse group from across the nation and around the world, who now call Manhattan, Kansas, home.
Participating faculty members are Kevin Bernstein, Carlos Castellanos, Geraldine Craig, Nicholas Geankoplis, Matthew Gaynor, Rebecca Hackemann, Daniel Hunt, Shreepad Joglekar, Nancy Morrow, Mervi Pakaste, Teresa S. Schmidt, Jason Scuilla, Daniel Warner, Erin Wiersma, and Dukno Yoon.