Category : MulvaneExhibits
Date: Sat 06/06/20 12:00AM - Mon 08/31/20 12:00AM


The Mulvane Art Fair has been part of the cultural landscape of the Washburn University campus and the Topeka community for twenty-nine years.  Even before that time, the Mulvane Art Museum was organizing and presenting a summer art fair that featured the works of faculty and students as early as 1928.  We were heartbroken when we were forced to cancel the 2020 Mulvane Art Fair because of the pandemic that has swept through the nation.  Even though we will not be gathering on campus this weekend to celebrate two full days of art, music, food, and family activities, we wanted to give those artists who wished to participate a platform to showcase the artwork they have worked so hard to create over the last year in preparation for this weekend.  The gallery below provides a link to each artist’s personal space where you can explore and maybe even be inspired to purchase a work of art.

Because this is the annual Friends of the Mulvane Art Museum’s fundraiser, please consider making a donation to support the museum’s programming.

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Your contributions allow us to bring exciting new exhibitions to the museum and provide excellent art programs to the Topeka community, all at no cost to visitors. We are so grateful for your support! 

A Virtual Gallery

2020 Art Fair

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Kayann Ausherman

  • Kansas; Mixed Media

bright abstract painting

Gail Bean

  • Kansas; Painting
painting of woman and cat

Robert Beers

  • Kansas; Painting
yellow leaves

Gerome Bonner

  • Texas; Photography
Bowman painting

Aaron Jackson Bowman

  • Kansas; Painting
silver necklace

Jandi Burkett

  • Kansas; Jewelry
knitted art

Natalia Butler

  • Missouri; Fiber
blue artwork

Neil Cluck

  • Oklahoma; Mixed Media

Kelly Conner

  • Missouri; Jewelry

Lisa Coyan and Barbara Schilling

  • Kansas; Jewelry
black and white beach

Ric Cummings

  • Kansas; Photography
mixed media art

Eric Doucette

  • Kansas; Mixed Media
knitted hat

Jerry Ann Dowdle

  • Kansas; Fiber
sunset capitol

Becky Drager

  • Kansas; Painting
koi fish painting

Karen Dreyer

  • Kansas; Painting
trees reflecting on water

Dana Echols

  • Colorado; Photography

Brad Egger

  • Kansas; Jewelry
Charley Forsyth

Charley Forsyth

  • Kansas; Printmaking

Annie Glotzbach

  • Kansas; Painting
floral painting

Anthony Grant

  • Colorado; Painting
tea pot

Sherri Hanna

  • Kansas; Ceramics
beaded bracelet

Christine Hartsock

  • California; Jewelry
buffalo mug

Melanie Harvey

  • Kansas; Ceramics
sunflower painted spoons

Cindy Heller

  • Kansas; Photography
painting of abstract woman

Steve Hilt

  • Kansas; Painting

dragonfly necklace

Char Hunt

  • Kansas; Jewelry
sunset on green field

Jean Hutchinson

  • Kansas; Photography
wood artwork

Matthew Jarmer

  • Kansas; Mixed Media
Stacy Kleymann

Stacy Kleymann

  • Kansas; Jewelry
field of sunset with trees painting

Cally Krallman

  • Kansas; Painting
abstract portrait

Stacy Krieg

  • Kansas; Painting
glass fan

John LaRosa

  • Colorado; Glass
painting of stag

Taj Mattingly

  • Missouri; Painting
Jenny Meyer McCall

Jenny Meyer McCall

  • Kansas; Mixed Media
glass ornament

Gavin McDonald

  • Kansas; Glass
wood bowl

Ted Mellin

  • Colorado; Wood
wood fish scene

Sue Mersman

  • Kansas; Wood
lion cub roaring

Martha Moore

  • Missouri; Photography
trees reflecting on water

Craig Niesen

  • Missouri; Photography
bear painting

Angie Pickman

  • Kansas; Mixed Media
prairie landscape with clouds

Matthew Richter

  • Kansas; Painting

Matthew Roman

  • Kansas; Wood
metal sculpture

Mark Rondeau

  • Kansas; Metal
geometric colorful painting

Joe Ruck

  • Illinois; Painting

Cynthia Schmidt

  • Kansas; Ceramics
glass vase

Douglas Sheafor

  • Kansas; Glass
colorful lily painting

Stephen Smith

  • Oklahoma; Painting
wood eagle

Warren Soper

  • Missouri; Wood
angel drawing

Susan Theroff

  • Kansas; Drawing

Melynda Van Zee

  • Iowa; Painting
bluebird painting

Terri Vogl

  • Texas; Painting

Carol Williams

  • Kansas; Painting
portrait of black man

Ernest Wood III

  • Kansas; Painting
black earrings

Manda Wylde

  • Kansas; Jewelry
gold jewelry

Patti Zeiche-Davisson

  • Missouri; Jewelry
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