Current Exhibitions

July 18, 2019 - August 12, 2019

Splashy, wet and wonderful, Bev Jozwiak’s whimsical watercolors bring joy to the serious side of art. From an adorable dog with his beloved toy to children playing and powerful figurative paintings, her storytelling art is always fresh, fun and filled with life. Jozwiak’s skill as a painter has garnered her international acclaim as one of America’s premier watercolorists.


July 18, 2019 - August 12, 2019

This month we are delighted to spotlight a special new show featuring the faces of the new US - paintings from a refugee center in Chicago where Pam Ingalls visited to paint immigrants and refugees. She painted over 45 portraits, titling the show "Facing the New US - Portraits of Refugees and Immigrants".



Pam described her experience:  "A dear friend of mine teaches English at a refugee center called Heartland Alliance in Chicago. I went to meet and paint the refugees she works with, and to hear a bit about their lives. It was a wonderful experience to meet them - and especially to paint all those beautiful faces. These people gave me hope. As I do with all of my portrait shows, each of the people I've painted will receive a print of their painting, and a percentage of the proceeds if their painting happens to sell. A percentage will also go to Heartland Alliance."