Working with the City of Liberty, William Jewell College and Mid-Continent Public Library, the Liberty Arts Commission has developed four 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.
- Art Gallery at the Liberty Community Center (1600 S. Withers Rd.)
- Atrium Gallery at Liberty City Hall (101 E. Kansas St.)
- Mid-Continent Library - Withers Branch (1665 S. Withers Rd.)
- Ruth E. Stocksdale Gallery of Art at William Jewell College (Brown Hall 2nd Floor, 252 William Jewell College Way, Liberty, MO ) (Link to gallery Facebook page)
Atrium Gallery at Liberty City Hall
The artwork of Leslie Levengood is now on display throughout the Liberty Community Center lobby for public viewing.
About the artist: Leslie earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wyoming with a major in Art. Her work consists mainly of pen and ink drawing and watercolor painting. “Art has always been a part of my life from an early age. I have been fortunate to share it through art shows.”
Art Gallery at the Liberty Community Center
The artwork of Jason Wilcox is now on display throughout the Liberty Community Center lobby for public viewing.
About the artist: Jason Wilcox a Kansas City artist knew from a very early age that art would be a strong influence in his life and developed his artistic vision through education at Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts in Kansas City, Missouri where he was awarded Best Visual Artist of his Senior class of 2000. His artistic mission is to entice the viewer to escape reality and live an alternate life within the painting. Current media include acrylic, gold, silver, copper and green leaf, ink, paint marker, oil pastel, spray paint and watercolor. Jason's work shows a contemporary outlook on realism, abstract, and pop art styles. Paintings are made to fill blank spaces on walls.
"The question you have to ask yourself is do I want that space filled with something meaningful or not? "-Jason Wilcox