Past Exhibits


The Sioux City Camera Club
  March 29 – July 13, 2014
The Sioux City Camera Club
 

camera club hThe Sioux City Camera Club presents its annual themed exhibition at the Art Center. The theme for this exhibition is "Contrast."

 

 
Paula Warp, Rust and Flora, nd, photograph, 10.5 x 16 inches

 

 
Still and Silent Places: Paintings by J. F. Goff
Reception: Saturday, March 1, 5:00 – 7:00 pm March 1 – June 1, 2014
Still and Silent Place
 Paintings by J. F. Goff

jamesgoffJim Goff (1920-2007) was born in Two Harbors, Minnesota, and moved with his family to Sioux City as a child. After graduating from East High School, he enlisted in the Army Air Corps, remaining until the end of World War II. Then he returned to Sioux City, where he received a degree from Morningside College in 1950. He then received a master of fine arts degree from Drake University in 1957. For 29 years he taught art at East High School, while also teaching classes at the Sioux City Art Center and Western Iowa Tech Community College.

While he was beloved as an art teacher, this exhibition celebrates his career as one of Sioux City’s finest artists. He began painting seriously during the 1960s. Best known for his landscapes, Goff based most of his art on the environment in and around Sioux City, developing a style that represented perfectly the sense of quiet and solitude that is still found in rural Siouxland. The Art Center will work with many of the dozens of private collectors of his watercolors in the Siouxland area to bring together the best examples of his work.

James F. Goff, Before the Storm, 1974, watercolor on paper, 21.25 x 29 inches
Sioux City Art Center Permanent Collection, 976.01
Purchased with funds provided by the Robert B. Howe Memorial Fund

 

 
The Briar Cliff Review Exhibition
Reception: Thursday, April 24, 6:00 – 8:30 pm April 19 – May 18, 2014
The Briar Cliff Review Exhibition
 

The exhibition includes artworks by local and regional artists that are featured in the 26th anniversary edition of The Briar Cliff Review, Briar Cliff University’s award-winning journal of articles, essays, poetry, photography, and art. The exhibition is an eclectic gathering of mediums and styles, presented as a sampling of many of the artistic trends occurring in the region.

 

 
Youth Art Month Exhibition
Reception: Sunday, February 16, 1:30 – 3:00 pm February 15 – April 6, 2014
Youth Art Month Exhibition
 

This annual exhibition features works by Siouxland students from the tri-state area. A local art professional will review hundreds of works to find the very best. This year’s exhibition will present work by high school students.

 

 
The West That Has Passed: Paintings by Tom L. Roberts
Reception: Saturday, March 1, 5 - 7 pm December 14, 2013 – March 16, 2014
The West That Has Passed
Paintings by Tom L. Roberts

tom robertsThe West That Has Passed is a combination of paintings exploring the historical past of the American West from the Voyage of Lewis and Clark to the discovery of the wonders of the west. The paintings interpreting the journey of Lewis and Clark were all inspired by journal entries and nurtured by the artist’s twenty summers as a seasonal park ranger in Yellowstone National Park. Tom L. Roberts studied art at the University of Northern Iowa where he earned a BA in Art Education in 1978. His teaching career in art has spanned the last 35 years with positions in Iowa; Virginia; Kobe, Japan; and Vienna, Austria, where he taught both two- and three-dimensional art.  He lives in Sioux City where he teaches three-dimensional art at North High School.

Tom L. Roberts, Discovery of the Great Falls of the Missouri, 2013, oil on canvas

 

 
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