November – Final Friday

November Final Friday – Update

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Join Mead Street Gallery Final Friday, November 28th, for our 9th Annual Small Works Show.  We are excited to present original artwork in a variety of mediums, all by local and regional artists.  This show will be judged by Steve Murillo and will be on display through December 31.

Mead Street Gallery
121 N Mead Street
Wichita KS. 67202
Final Friday, Nov. 28th, 6:30 – 9:00 pm


The Fiber Studio & Gallery
418 Commerce, Wichita, KS 67202
6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Daniel Gegen & Bruce VanOsdel: New Works In Clay

Regular Business/ Venue Hours:  By Appointment or by Chance
Contact: Marilyn Grisham, 316-303-1996,


Inter-Faith Ministries C.A.F.E. Gallery
829 N. Market

Exhibition: Hidden Treasures

Featured Artists:  Sisters of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ


6 pm to 9 pm
Contact: Kathleen Webb,


HUE Gallery
430 S. Commerce, Suite 200

Full Spectrum
Sean Christopher Ward and
Lindy Wiese
There will also be works by: Dale Martin, Mary Bechtol, Tom Budzak, Carol Carter, Anita Lewis, Tyler Longfellow, Phyllis Pacin, Bethany Prideaux, Ernest Vincent Wood III and Mark Yearwood.
November 28 – December 22
Regular Business/ Venue Hours: TuesdaySaturday 12:00-6:00pm
Contact: Sean Ward or Lindy Wiese, (316) 512-5045

“Full Spectrum” is an exhibition about colors and their usage.  Sean Christopher Ward’s works for this show separate white space and the full spectrum to create portraits and designs that go seamlessly together in an op art style of painting.  Lindy Wiese’s paintings use a wide spectrum of colors, spread throughout a canvas to create contemporary impressionistic works of still lifes and landscapes.


Reverie Coffee Roasters

2611 E. Douglas Ave.


Paintings by Rachel Foster and
Ceramics by Joseph Rincones

November 28th– December 23rd

Regular Business/ Venue Hours: MondaySaturday 8am-8pm, Sundays 10-5pm




Additional Info: Rachel Foster received her MFA from WSU in painting, and is currently an adjunct professor of drawing and painting at WSU. Her painting technique is unique and inspiring; layering colors to build up form and light. She focuses on unassuming, personal moments, and plays with skewing perspective, and patterns. This month we are also featuring ceramic works by Joseph Rincones, a local potter who received his BFA from WSU in 2010.


Final Friday Art Crawl


Works by:



Michael MILLER


Closing Reception
October 28

6-10 pm

Gallery open Fridays 11:00 – 4:00 & by appointment
111 S Ellis, Wichita Kansas


Tessera Fine Art Gallery

412 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67202

5:30 – 9:00 PM

Small Works for the Holidays

Featured Artist(s): Phyllis Abraham, Janet Aiken, Shari Bevan, Jan Butler, Arlo Casper, Janice Crotts, Judy Dove, Rosemary Dugan, Robert Elliot, Lisa Graham, Jo Harris, Brian Hinkle, Nancy Lutrell, Dennis McKay, Naita Moss, Cheryl Myer, Faye Neil, Ann Sanchez,  Shauna Shelton, Teressa Sliger, Carol Stibal, Jill Stromberg, Sue Vautravers, Diane Warta, Harry Williford, and Mary Ellen Williford

Thru January 17, 2015

Regular Business/ Venue Hours: MondaySaturday; 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Contact: Teressa Sliger, 316-262-2435



Positive Directions/ The Jones Gallery
414 S. Commerce St.
6-9pm, Special Storytime for children and families at 7pm

Gertrude’s Tahoe Adventures in Time
Jess Bechtelheimer
Nov. 26- Dec. 19

Regular Business/ Venue Hours: Monday -Friday, 9a-5p
Contact: Renee Duxler, Executive Director


Gallery XII presents Guest Artist Brian Hinkle

Backroad To Anywhere

Opening reception Final Friday Nov. 28th, 5:30-10:00 PM

On view through December 23rd

Also featuring Susan de Wit, fabric artist

Gallery XXI: 412 E Douglas


BRA Exhibition Show: “Various States of Repair”

Exhibition Nov. 12 – Dec. 6

Closing reception on Friday, Nov. 28 from 6-10 PM

Featuring New Works by: Jamie Ford, Carolyn Hemminger, Hannah Scott and Bernardo Trevizo Jr. Fifth artist and BFA graduate Philip Nellis will be represented. This collection of work serves as a summation of the graduates’ individual creative prowess and personal message as working artists.

WSU Shift Space 416 S/ Commerce


Friends University 2014 Fall Student Exhibit

Opening Reception: Saturday, Nov. 22, 7-10 PM

Final Friday Reception: Friday, Nov. 28, 7-10PM

Gallery Vertigo 232, 228 N. Market
Former Shopkeeper’s Gallery space above Hewitt’s Antiques


Bethany College @MindFire

Nature Photography by Sarah Mathia

Functional Ceramics by Christina Engel

The new Bethany College at MindFire Gallery at 3805 E. Harry- Suite 105 presents photographs by Sarah mathia and recent ceramic works by Christina Engel.

A closing reception will be held on Final Friday, Nov. 28 from 7-9 PM. This event is free and open to the public.