Previous Exhibitions

 

REALITY 2018

REALITY: A Juried Exhibition by 
P&M Artworks ran through October 27, 2018, at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center.  
Read more Here.

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Secret Salon 2017

  

Benjamin Parks (Portrait) 

Tim Pott (Photography) 

Bernadette Esperanza Torres (Ceramics)

These works were presented at the opening of Secret Salon on January 12, 2017 at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center at 2012 Baltimore Ave, Kansas City, Missouri by P&M Artworks Owner and Art Historian Patricia Brown Glenn and Mike Pronko, M.D.


We received incredibly positive feedback and interest in the photography of Tim Pott, the painting of Ben Parks, and the ceramics of Bernadette Esperanza Torres. Sincere thanks to the artists and to the guests who joined us for the opening.  

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Memory: Fifth Annual Juried Art Exhibition

"In scientific terms, to look upon an image is to access your long-term memory, triggering whatever associations you have with the word, the name, or the meaning. The brain is just a muscle working at a million miles per hour recalling the layers of associations as much as it can. The memories are jumbled until you focus on the one that is the most important or relevant." - Alessandra Dzuba

HEAT: Fourth Annual Juried Regional Art Exhibition

This exhibition ran from April 3rd thru May 30th, 2015 at Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, 2012 Baltimore Ave., Kansas City, MO 64108.  

Fall Jewelry Show

We have scoured the country to bring you these five jewelry artists. Great gifts for the holidays!

Three Hands

Three Hands: Zac Miley, Andy Ozier, and Charlie Mylie, at Plum Gallery from October 2 - November 29.

Papercuts

Paper art by local and international artists.

EuroBLAST: Artists

These artists have not been seen in America, so we introduce them to you here. For more information on any of the works of these artists, please contact us.

Anastasia Komselis

Anastasia Komselis

My work is influenced by the traditional ancient art of ceramics. My introduction to the art of antiquity came from the museums. I have studied and been influenced by the characteristics of ancient pottery from past to present. What I try to do, and believe I am successful at, is to avoid copy and imitation creating my own personal style based on these antique traditions.