Mark Arts

Current Exhibitions


Solid Ground

The Art of Mark Flickinger
and Denise M. Irwin

Projecting light and landscape through process and place, Solid Ground features new works from Mark Flickinger and Denise M. Irwin. In chorus, these artists address concepts of water and form through paintings and ceramics on view. Flickinger is represented by Reuben Saunders Gallery in Wichita.

Lead Underwriters

This exhibition is underwritten by the Trust Company of Kansas.

Additional support comes from 6 Meridian, Anna Anderson & Chris Shank, Andover State Bank, AgeWell Brain Center, Gaylene & Joel Alderson, Aloft Wichita, Alloy Architecture, Capitol Federal, The Carnahan Group, Commerce Trust Company, Cox, Designing Women, Dondlinger Construction, Dunning & Associates,  Mark Eaton, Genesis of Wichita, IMA, INTRUST Bank, Chase Koch, Koch Industries, Martin Financial Group, Nancy & Matt Michaelis, Morgan Stanley, Professional Engineering Consultants, Stinson and Wilson Building Maintenance.

Two side by side images. One is of green trees standing against the backdrop of a mountain. The next image is of four green and blue vases with decorative tops.


Study Collection: Bruce Moore

Bruce Moore was an award-winning sculptor, celebrated for works in plaster, stone, bronze, clay and terra cotta including portrait busts, human and animal figures and medals. Study Collection: Bruce Moore includes the full breadth of Moore’s processes, highlighting drawings, prints and sculptures that represent the range of his creative ability. This exhibition is on view through November 27.

Presented by


Access Reimagined:
Ulrich Community Billboard Project at Mark Arts

August 21 – November 13, 2020

Enjoy tactile replications of select works from the Ulrich + Artists + You Community Billboard Project created by participants in the Envision Arts After-School Youth and Teen Program who are blind or visually impaired and the Cathy G. Hudson Early Childhood Development Center.

This exhibition takes place in partnership with:


Print Selections from the Mark Arts Study Collection

Enjoy this anthology of prints featuring works by Ralph Fabri, David Young Cameron, Sidney MacKenzie Litten, Tom Dickerson, Ted Hawkins, Mary Williams Ward, GeorgeElbert Burr, Charles M. Capps, Henry C. Balink, Lloyd C. Foltz and Leo Courtney.

Artwork created by Envision Arts After-School Youth and Teen program, featuring images of people including four women of color and a man holding a basket of roses. Yellow flowers pop up from the canvas.

The Mark Arts galleries are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free,
but appointments are required due to COVID-19. Call 316-634-ARTS to make a reservation.