June 9, 2020 - August 9, 2020 @ Muscatine Art Center/Musser McColm Mansion Galleries
Fairfield has become a Mecca for the arts in Iowa and the Midwest, and the Fairfield Art Association has been involved for the past 53 years. In this exhibition, 24 artists from 14 southeast Iowa communities are represented.
The annual exhibition is selected by a qualified judge. Each piece is 16" x 16" with a variety of mediums including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, and mixed media. Likewise, the stylistic approach ranges from abstract to realism. Artists included in the exhibition are Deb Baughman, Carlene Atwater, Care Connet, Deb Finney, Bonnie Hendricks, Suzan Bates Kessel, Annie Guldberg, Brett Hendricks, Jessica Kirby, Hans Olson, John Schirmer, John Preston, Mark Shafer, Mia Story, Kathleen Tachet, Wyndi Rutledge, Laura Weinberg, Kella Tschopp, Trish Rocca, Ann Wiegel, Ron Weinberg, Pamela Lander, Annette Scieszinski, and Wendy Stegall.
June 9, 2020 - August 16, 2020 @ Musser McColm Mansion Galleries
Jeff Weikert’s “A Walk in the Marsh” exhibition will be on view through August 16, 2020. Jeff’s family owned a scrapyard where he worked for over 20 years. He also lives above a public hunting marsh and has been a longtime volunteer at Port Louisa Wildlife Refuge. He combined his experience with metal and his love of the outdoors to create the sculptures that will be on view at the Muscatine Art Center.
June 9, 2020 - December 27, 2020 @ Muscatine Art Center Local History Room
View items from the Muscatine Art Center's collection on the Pearl Button Industry in Muscatine.
June 9, 2020, 10:00 AM - January 12, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Muscatine Art Center Stanley Gallery
In this exhibition featuring dresses and other artifacts from the Muscatine Art Center’s permanent collection, the focus is on how Iowans exchanged vows and laid to rest their loved ones and how those customs changed over time. Visitors may be surprised to discover wedding dresses made in a variety of colors and fabrics such as wool, crepe, silk, satin, and even cotton. Some are heavily embellished while others are plain – both styles dictated by the trends of the day and the wearer’s wealth and status.
*The Muscatine Art Center reopened June 9, 2020 with reduced hours:
Tuesday - Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday/Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.
To protect your health and that of our staff and volunteers,
please wear a mask when visiting. For up-to-date details,
call 563-263-8282 or visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.