Current Events

Captured Motion
by
Lynette Ubel

First Friday, August 2  show runs through September 25

  A contemporary abstract artist and award-winning creative talent, Lynette Ubel's work is an effusion of freely flowing energy channeled through color, form and texture. A lifelong passion for art fueled by a deep sense of creativity, are at the core of Lynette Ubel being is a painter. She knew from her earliest days that she was destined to be an  artist, so she fostered her creativity in a multitude of mediums and eventually chose a career in graphic design.  Having received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from The University of Kansas, Lynette worked with two different Kansas City-based advertising agencies. Feeling the “artrepreneurial” tug and a need for more creative freedom, she left the agency world to form Ubel Arts.
  While Lynette’s 25+ year career has produced a versatile portfolio of award-winning photography and design, it is her calling as an abstract painter that is emerging in full, vibrant fashion today. Her artistic vision now manifests itself in contemporary abstract acrylic paintings that feature an explosive style of

remarkable depth and motion, artfully infused with structure and linear form.  

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

 

 

ALICE

 

September 6, 2019
6:00-10:00 p.m.
Hilliard Gallery | 1820 McGee St., KCMO 64108

A collaborative show by artists Teresa Magel and Derek Webster.

Artwork inspired by and based on Lewis Carroll's book Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass.

 

KC Collaborations

 

First Friday October 4, 2019

 Runs through November 25th

We are proud to present the 1st collaboration show at the Hilliard Gallery featuring Kansas City artists.  Artists were chosen with their particular style of art in mind and paired up with a fellow KC artist.  Each duo will create two unique pieces together adding their own unique style to create one of a kind works of art.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                             Image: Collaboration by Jennifer Walker and Lynette Ubel