Faculty Artwork Exhibited At Wichita Studio

art faculty exhibitFiber Studio in Wichita is featuring the work of the McPherson College art and design faculty in an exhibition now through December 11. Art faculty will be at the studio on November 5 and December 3 to discuss their work.

The exhibition was originally on display at McPherson College in September and features sculpture, photography, graphic design, painting, and digital performance art. Faculty participating in the exhibit include Kelsy Gossett Dennis, Michaela Valli Groeblacher, David Harmon, Nathan Pollard, and Dee Erway-Sherwood.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to take our exhibit to Wichita. The Fiber Studio gallery frames our works beautifully and allows us to reach out to a wider audience,” Valli Groeblacher, associate professor of art and gallery director at McPherson College, said. “The title of our show, “Title in Progress,” was meant to communicate that we all are works in progress, that our artworks are always in progress, and that, as a group, we have fun together. We are a great team!”

In addition to the exhibit, Professor Valli Groeblacher and Kim Stanley, professor of English, presented a workshop at Fiber Studio for teachers attending the Kansas Art Educators’ Association annual conference. They spoke about teaching creativity in art and writing.

Fiber Studio is located at 418 South Commerce in Wichita and is open by appointment or on final and first Fridays of every month from 6 to 9 p.m.