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Linda J. Ging was born in 1941 in Hutchinson, Kansas. She is an American Transcendentalist who has worked in quiet obscurity for nearly thirty years. Her paintings, rooted in the immense spaces and changing skies of rural Kansas, are not landscapes. They are not about things. They are dust, astral dust. Linda J. Ging’s paintings are loved and collected worldwide.
For the past several years the Family Community Theatre has conducted an event for the children of the community in conjunction with the major musical.
This year The Cat in the Hat and many other characters from Seussical will host an Seussical Kids' Event on February 1, 2020.
Linda J. Ging was born in 1941 in Hutchinson, Kansas. She is an American Transcendentalist who has worked in quiet obscurity for nearly thirty years.
The Salthawk Community Support is planning their second annual “Taste of Hutchinson-The Men Cook” to be held again at the Hutchinson Art Center.
They’re fearless! They’re hilarious! And, they’re completely unpredictable!
First, it is wondrous. I am at a point in my life where I seek the beauty of the Kansas landscape. My love for watercolor landscapes started as an exercise in basic techniques and has evolved into capturing the peaceful, rich palette of the grassy horizons.
“Let’s get lost together. Lost in thought, lost in a moment, lost in a visual puzzle. Let’s let go of the pressure to decide and know. Let’s let the present wash over us and for as long as possible sweep us away in color, line, and material. Let’s get lost in just being here together.”
The Hutchinson Art Center will display select pieces of our Permanent Collection during the upcoming holiday season.
This collection spans multiple generations and features local, regional, national, and international artists.
John Denver Tribute and Seussical Auditions!
Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso walk into a Paris bar and hardly anyone noticed. That's not unusual on this night, October 8, 1904. It's 11 months before Einstein would publish his Theory of Relativity and about three years before Picasso launched the cubism artistic movement with his painting Les Demoiselles d'Avignon.
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