Art Exhibits

Working with the City of Liberty and the Mid-Continent Library, the Liberty Arts Commission has developed three gallery spaces in Liberty that offer exhibits throughout the year. You don't just have to be paying your water bill, getting in your workout or checking out a new book to enjoy the art on display! Stop by any of these locations to take in the latest exhibits. 

Gallery Locations

  • Art Gallery at the Liberty Community Center (1600 S. Withers Road)
  • Atrium Gallery at Liberty City Hall (101 E. Kansas St.)
  • Mid-Continent Library - Liberty Branch (1000 Kent St.)

Atrium Gallery at Liberty City Hall: Shane Immelt

(Exhibit will run May 7 - June 30)

Medium: Photography

Excerpts from Artist's Statement: A snippet in time, a memory, a portion of a dream or perhaps a bit of life as my minds-eye sees it! Sometimes rendered in black & white, sometimes in brilliant color and sometimes in black & white with a hint of color that draws your eye to what I want you to notice.

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Liberty Community Center: Kelly Marie Johnson

(Exhibits will run May 7 - June 30)

Meet the Artist:  TBD at the Community Center. 

About the Artist: Kelly Marie Johnson is a fine art watercolorist and illustrator based in Kansas City, Missouri. Her work draws inspiration from the beauty and extravagance of the natural world, and incorporates them in a illustrative way. She primarily focuses on florals and snapshots of outer space.

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Mid-Continent Library - Liberty Branch: Stephanie Dahlberg

(Exhibit will run May 7 - June 30)

Meet the Artists: 2 p.m., May 20 at MCPL-Liberty Branch

Mediums: Watercolor, acrylics and oils

Artist's Statement: "Put that pencil down! PAY ATTENTION!" Words I heard in grade school. I didn't mind. I knew artists starved, died and then got noticed. My other talent, music, didn't promise a living, either. Adrift in college, I searched. In my junior year I found a home in a drawing class. I discovered I could make a living in commercial art! Hoorah! I had a career in Dallas but we moved. Caring for four children filled my days. Thirty years passed. Two years ago, I started painting again. And here I am." -- Stephanie Dahlberg

In addition to viewing Dahlberg's art at the library, you can also see her work at at the Artisan Market in Liberty or at online