quARTet: Tim Judge (oils), Andrew Wikstrom (wood), Jacob Janes (mixed media), Francis Wells (wood)
MICHAEL BIERMAN RETROSPECTIVE
LEN MOSS SELECT WORKS
FARM TO TABLE Open Exhibit
PHOTOGRAPHY CHANNEL: Just Desserts
The invitational exhibit quARTet features oil paintings by Washington MO artist Tim Judge, a handmade kayak by local craftsman Andrew Wikstrom, mixed media works by Hannibal native Jacob Janes and handmade wood items by local craftsman Francis Wells. We will also feature a special retrospective of Michael Bierman and selected works by 101-year old Hannibal artist Len Moss. Farm to Table, an open exhibit, invites area artists to submit works which depict any of the steps our food takes, from beginning of growth to right before it goes into our mouths. Photography Channel: Just Desserts invites digital image submissions featuring our favorite guilty pleasure, desserts.
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 3, 5 -7 p.m
APRIL 2-MAY 1
YOUNG MASTERS: Selected works by Hannibal’s 5th Grade, 8th Grade and HHS Students
PHOTOGRAPHY CHANNEL: HHS Digital Photography & Graphic Arts Classes
Exhibit showcasing selected works from Hannibal’s fifth grade, eighth grade and high school students in both public and parochial schools. The exhibit is judged and TOP 15 awards are given special recognition.
Closing Reception & Awards: Tuesday, May 1, 4-6 p.m. (Awards @ 6)
MAY 5 - MAY 6
RIVER BLUFFS PAINT OUT: Plein air artists will be working in the communities of Hannibal and Canton over two days. They will be painting on-site in each community. (Go to RBPO page for Guidelines and Registration)
Purchase a piece of art the day it is created at these events!
Hannibal Reception & Awards: Sunday, May 6: 5-6:30 p.m. (Awards @ 6)
Hannibal Arts Council, 105 South Main Street, Hannibal, MO
Canton Reception & Awards: Saturday, May 5, 5-6:30 p.m. (Awards @ 6)
4th Street Warehouse, 112 N. 4th Street, Canton, MO
CELEBRATE THE ARTIST IN YOU: Partnership exhibit with Hannibal Regional Office
Hannibal Regional Office’s exhibit celebrates the creative abilities of those with developmental disabilities. Consumers within a 13-county region are spotlighted. Partnership with Hannibal Regional Office (Missouri Department of Mental Health – Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities).
Closing Reception & Ceremony: Saturday, May 19, 2 p.m.
JUNE 8-JULY 7
2017 ORIGINALE` BEST OF SHOW WINNERS: Howard Kuo – Kelly Eddington
ART_OF_SHALA DRYDEN – Mixed Media, Collage, Digital Images
BEST OF MISSOURI FEATURED ARTIST – Bob AuBuchon, Patty Muenks
SHOW ME MISSOURI Open Exhibit (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
PHOTOGRAPHY CHANNEL: Selfie (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
Exhibits feature 2017 ORiGINALE Best of Show winners watercolorist Kelly Eddington of Monroe City and watercolorist Howard Kuo of Hannibal; mixed media, collage and digital works by Hannibal native and current Chicago resident Shala Dryden; Best of Missouri Hands Juried Artists are Bob AuBuchon of Camdenton who creates abstract acrylic paintings and Patty Muenks of St. Charles who works in ceramics; Show Me Missouri, an open exhibit, invites area artists to submit works which depict our state; Photography Channel: Selfie invites digital image submissions featuring photos popularly known as selfies.
Opening Reception: Friday, June 8, 5-7 p.m.
JULY 13-AUGUST 4
ENDURING IMAGES: Osage Photographic Portraiture
Partnership Exhibit with Osage Nation Museum
LINDA MUEHRING – Art Quilts/Wall Hangings
NICK SORRILL – Advanced Pouring (Acrylics)
JEANNE SCOTT-ZUMWALT – Sculpted and Thrown Ceramics
IMPRESS ME Open Exhibit (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
PHOTOGRAPHY CHANNEL: Signs (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
Linda Muehring of New London will exhibit unique art quilts/wall hangings alongside acrylic-poured canvases by Nick Sorrill of Quincy and sculpted and thrown ceramics by Green Castle potter Jeanne Scott-Zumwalt; Enduring Images: Osage Photographic Portraiture is a travelling exhibit from the Osage Nation Museum in Pawhuska, OK; Impress Me, an open exhibit, invites area artists to submit works inspired by the Impressionism art movement and Impressionist artists; Photography Channel: Signs invites digital image submissions featuring signs - neon, street, store/business, etc.
Opening Reception: Friday, July 13, 5-7 p.m.
AUGUST 10 - SEPTEMBER 8
A RIVER’S TREASURE: Nancy Lehenbauer Marshall
BRYAN PAYNE/ BEN BRADSHAW
MISSOURI COURTHOUSES: Building Memories on the Square Travelling Exhibit
Partnership exhibit with Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation
REFLECTIONS Open Exhibit (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
PHOTOGRAPHY CHANNEL: A River Runs Through It (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
Opening Reception: Friday, August 10, 5-7 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 21 - NOVEMBER 4
ORiGINALE: 54th Annual Hannibal Art Club Exhibit & Competition (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
Open exhibit and competition featuring artwork by artists living within a 50-mile radius of Hannibal. Features the Best of the Best in area artists’ work.
Opening Reception & Awards: Friday, September 21, 6-8 p.m. (awards @ 7)
FUNDRAISER FOR STOWELL ART DEPARTMENT!
TIME MACHINE: Unique Views of Hannibal’s History
Collaborative Exhibit with Steve Schisler and Steve Chou
Time Machine is a limited engagement art sale fundraiser for the A.D. Stowell Art Department. The exhibit is about Hannibal’s past and its future. To offer a view into our past, local artist and educator Steve Schisler has collaborated with local historian and author Steve Chou to choose historic photos of Hannibal to reproduce as colorized paintings. As a contribution to our future, all proceeds from the sale of paintings will benefit the A.D. Stowell Art Department.
Opening Reception and Sales Kick-Off: Saturday, November 10, 5-8 p.m.
NOVEMBER 24 - DECEMBER 15
99 BUCKS…or LESS ART SALE (Go to Artist Opportunities page for details on entering)
Annual Art Sale featuring artists living within a 50-mile radius of Hannibal. All art priced under $99! A great opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind art as gifts for the holidays…or for yourself.
Opening Day: Saturday, November 24, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.