McKinley Gallery East and West

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Current Exhibitions

A photograph of desert mountains on a dark blue background.  The mountains are in yellow orange blue and purple.  Death Valley Elementals.  Peter Baumgartner.  September 17 to November 2.  Reception October 4 from 5 to 7 PM.  McKinley Gallery East.

Gallery East -

The Veterans Art Project

January 7 - February 15, 2019

Reception: Jan. 17, 5:00 - 7:00 PM

The McKinley Arts & Culture Center Gallery East presents works from the David J. Drakulich Foundation’s Veterans Art Project.  This collection of works is created by local veterans “who are individually supported to freely express themselves.”  Each piece is a display of the veteran’s talent, freedom, and healing.  The Drakulich foundation helps provide this service with the VA Sierra Nevada Health Care Services.

The David J. Drakulich Foundation for Freedom of Expression works with veterans, active duty service men and women, and their families to provide arts education.  The foundation works in honor of David J. Drakulich, KIA Afghanistan, to help provide the healing potential of art to people affected by war. More information can be found on the Foundation’s website. 

An imprint of a uniform shirt painted in pinks and blues.  The David J. Drakulich Foundation Presents Selected Works from Combat Paper Nevada. January 7 to February 15. Recption January 17 from 5 to 7 pm.  McKinley Center Gallery West.

Gallery West -

Combat Paper Nevada

January 7 - February 15, 2019 Reception: Jan. 17, 5:00 - 7:00 PM

The McKinley Arts & Culture Center Gallery West presents works from the David J. Drakulich Foundation’s Combat Paper Nevada.  Combat Paper is made from retired military uniforms.  The uniforms are deconstructed and formed into a pulp.  They are then used to create pieces of art.  Each artist featured has a connection with the military, either through personal service or through family.  The art tells each person’s story of that connection, creating something truly powerful to witness.

The David J. Drakulich Foundation for Freedom of Expression works with veterans, active duty service men and women, and their families to provide arts education.  The foundation works in honor of David J. Drakulich, KIA Afghanistan, to help provide the healing potential of art to people affected by war.  More information can be found on the Foundation’s website.


Previous Exhibitions

Two blue paintings with trees and a moon; Preserved: Limb, Timber, and tree-spirit, Jennifer Kapnek; October 16 - December 1

Abstract image with a red triangular shape in the middle fading from pink to red on the left side, and stripes of grey on the right; Angles and eaves: Deconstructing Architecture; Karen Anable-Nichols, October 16 - December 1

Purple and green abstract painting with light blue cassette tape with the word ectronic in the middle ; Imagined: New Painted Images; August 21-October 6 Work by Bruce Clark

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2015 Gallery Exhibitions

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2014 Gallery Exhibitions

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An abstract painting of an art car in predominantly oranges.  The David J. Drakulich Foundation Presents Selected works from The Veterans Art Project.  January 7 to February 15.  Reception January 17 from 5 to 7. McKinley Center Gallery East.

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