The Kansas City Artists Coalition’s exhibitions explore the diversity of expression that shape contemporary culture, art, and ideas. KCAC is a space for innovative and experimental art, which does not readily lend itself to commercial venues. KCAC also aggressively supports and embraces local and regional artists’ work.
DECEMBER 9, 2016 - JANUARY 13, 2017
BEVERLY TODD Through large-scale abstract painting, Todd interpret nature, connect with ideas, and explore emotion. Her painting process is physical, using hardware-store brushes, broken sticks, rags and her hands to move paint, to add layers, to pull back layers, to drip, scrape, wipe and pull the paint across the surface.
DAVID TITTERINGTON's aim is to draw attention to the many ways humans and landscapes are intertwined. Through the languages of realist landscape painting and religious icon-painting, Titterington likes to explore environments that slide between micro-, meso-, and macro- orders of being—from bacteria to animals to skies to starfields.
STEVE WILSON's perferred medium is wet plate collodion - a demanding photographic process that requires a certain level of technical expertise balanced with the execution of aesthetic concept and time. He finds this process to be ritualistic with the stages involved and finds he can open a relationship with the subject and image itself.