The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art houses one of the finest collections of 18th, 19th and 20th century American art in the Midwest. Through special exhibitions, educational programs, performance events, and publications, the Albrecht-Kemper serves as a cultural arts center for Northwest Missouri.
September 14 - November 3, 2013
"Glances of the Inner Realm: Paintings and Sculptures by Elizabeth Zeller"
Elizabeth has traveled to several countries, learning various forms of art, art history and architecture in modern to ancient style. With a braod variety of mediums, she can express herself in a fine and expressive way and with a deep understanding of life and nature.
September 14- November 3, 2013
"Between the Lines - Poetry Inspired Abstract Paintings by Jennifer Rivera"
Having always been fascinated with the rhythm of words in various forms, Jennifer creates from an emotional place rather than a visual one with phrases, lyrics and poetry offering her an abundance of inspiration.
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