Building A Home 

 

Hours of Operation

Tuesday - Friday:  1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Closed:  Sunday and Monday

Make a Donation

Click the Donate button below to make an online donation to the Lumberyard Arts Center:

 

Contact Information

Address:

718 High St.

P.O. Box 523

Baldwin City, KS  66006

Phone:

785-594-3186

Email:

info@lumberyardartscenter.org

 

 Upcoming events at the Lumberyard Arts Center

 

 

 

 

In the Gallery... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER 9 - OCTOBER 29

 

Nancy Marshall, paintings and drawings

 

 

 

 

 Whispers med

 

 "Whispers"

 

 

Whispers is a painting of Eight Street storefronts in Baldwin City, Kansas.

 

Maple leaves float through the air, freshened after a passing storm. The

 

contemporary street scene shows folks going about their business,

 

enjoying life. Then there are images of the past. Vaguely visible are

 

fossils, Native Americans, activity on the Santa Fe Trail, John Brown as

 

depicted by John Stewart Curry, Black Jack Battlefield in 1856, women's

 

bridge, historic Baker University building, Bibles, bison, log cabin, quilters

 

and the open prairie.

 

 

 

*Special Offer – Giclee prints of select works for a

 

limited time.

 

  

Discounted prices available during the show.

 

Details at www.NLMstudio.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • NOVEMBER 27 - DECEMBER 30, Christmas at Home 

 

 

  • JANUARY - 2017, Elaine and Dennis Engle - Peaches & Cream

Saturday Bath smaller

 

"Saturday Bath" 

 

Acrylic

 

Elaine Engle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blue encaustic cropped

Encaustic  - Dennis Engle

 

 

 

  • FEBRUARY 15– MARCH 18 2017, Baldwin High

 

  School A.P. Art Exhibit & Middle School 

 

    Dates are tentative.

 

  • MARCH 23 –APRIL 15,  Baldwin Elementary Schools

 

  • Exhibit – Pre-K to Grade 5- tentative dates.

 

  • APRIL 21– MAY 27, Baker University Student Show 

 

  • JUNE 2 - JULY 15, 2017,  Don Gauthier and Gale

 

  Carter, "Wood & Clay"

 

 

  • SEPTEMBER 8 - OCTOBER 14, 2017, D.E. Uhlig, "The

 

  • Happiness of Art"