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Online Gallery through April 14th

In-Person Gallery from March 3rd - April 8th

Artists receive 70% while the gallery gets 30%.

Hours are Sundays and Mondays 10am - 2pm by appointment only with an open house on Sunday, March 3rd, 2024. You do not need an appointment for the opening! I can't wait to see you.

There is currently 
one exception to normal hours for Sunday March 10th. That day, hours will be 2-5pm as I have a scheduled obligation in the morning. Any further exceptions to typical hours will be reflected on the booking page.

Meet the Artists

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Kyle Mishler (he/him) enjoys making art in any medium, with a special love for digital 3D and procedural workflows. He tends to have many more interests than he has time for, but artistically gravitates toward music visualization, generating complexity with code, and interesting spaces. Kyle received a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in Animation from Missouri State University in 2015. Today, he spends most of his free time starting new projects that will never be finished to avoid his long to-do list.

Bryan Boone (he/him) is an abstract artist and multidisciplinary designer living and working in Kansas City, MO. Born in Oklahoma in 1980, Boone has been captivated by architecture and the landscapes of our built environment from early in life. His work meditates on form and structure, contrasting hard edge, geometric design with organic layered effects, and subtle textures. By varying opacity, gloss, and grain, Boone creates dimensionality and shifting light and color effects in his paintings.

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Tanith k. (they/them) is a nonbinary, disabled artist and maximalist curator based in Kansas City. They are a self-taught painter and graphic designer with an educational background in historical research and work experience in tech. Tanith's art explores their identities and lived experiences, often delving into broader concepts inspired by philosophy, history, emotions, politics and current events. Their work embraces organized chaos, mirroring life's messiness and transitional nature.

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