The Sioux City Art Center
Current & Upcoming

Exhibition Closes This Week!
Terri Parish McGaffin
Still Life with a Red Bowl, 2000
oil on canvas, 26 x 67 inches
courtesy of Ritch and Kathy LeGrand

The LeGrand Collection: A Regional Reflection
Jensen, Everist & Terra Galleries
Through February 5, 2017

During his many years of support of the Sioux City Art Center, including service on the board of the Art Center Association of Sioux City, Ritch LeGrand was an avid visitor to the Art Center's exhibitions. He was also an avid collector, purchasing dozens of works from exhibitions of local and regional artists.

Ritch and his wife Kathy have generously offered this collection to the Art Center, so now those artworks are coming back to the Art Center to enter the permanent collection. This exhibition features a significant portion of the nearly fifty artworks in the donation. The Art Center has also produced a catalog that documents the complete collection.
Now on Exhibition at the Art Center
Contour Paintings by Jodi Whitlock
Main Gallery
Now through March 12, 2017
Jodi Whitlock
Jean, 2016
mixed media on canvas, 20 x 16 inches
courtesy of the artist
   Ben Pratt
   Main Gallery
   Now through March 12, 2017

Ben Pratt
Canvas Stretcher, 2015
acrylic on canvas, 23 x 23 inches
courtesy of the artist
Photographs by Robert E. Gillespie
Gardner Room
Now through February 19, 2017

Robert E. Gillespie
Christopher S. Bond Bridge, 2011
giclée print, 20 x 16 inches
courtesy of the artist
Coming Soon!
Kacie Maynard, 6th grade, North Middle School
Geometric Life

Youth Art Month Exhibition: Middle School Students
Jensen, Everist & Terra Galleries
February 18 - April 9, 2017
Reception and Awards Ceremony: Sunday, Feb 19, 1:30 - 3:00 pm

The Art Center presents its annual celebration of Youth Art Month. This competitive exhibition attracts hundreds of entries from schools throughout Siouxland. Students competing in this year's exhibition will come from area middle schools. Selecting the work for the exhibition and determining awards this year will be Sioux City artist and teacher Mark Kochen.

Underwritten in part by The Aalfs Family Foundation and Wells Fargo Bank