Joy Pratt Markham Gallery

The Joy Pratt Markham Gallery presents exhibitions of works by both emerging and internationally recognized artists. We are proud to present three curated shows during our 25th Anniversary Season.  You're invited to explore new perspectives on nature, identity and community.

Joy Pratt Markham Gallery Hours:

Closed until November 19 due to construction
Monday-Friday | Noon to 2pm
One hour prior to most performances
Gallery admission is free

Private gallery tours may be scheduled in advance by calling the Volunteer Office at 479.571.2787. Please arrange your tour at your earliest convenience. We request three business days’ notice to schedule tour guides.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Home Away From Home
Works by Kay Healy and Ted Lott

November 19, 2016-January 26, 2017
Opening reception: November 19

This opening exhibition features Ted Lott's Migration Series alongside printed and sewn installations by Kay Healy, which take inspiration from interviews with Walton Arts Center volunteers and donors, emphasizing the importance of memory and community.

The Fabric of Nature
Mixed media landscapes
by Andrea Packard

February 4-April 24, 2017
Opening reception: February 4, 5-7pm

Inspired by the densely wooded terrain of New England and southeastern Pennsylvania, Andrea Packard creates both small and large-scale mixed media works that integrate diverse materials such as woodcut prints and scraps of fabric.

DIANE BURKO
Glacial Shifts, Changing Perspectives
Paintings and photographs

May 4-September 30, 2017
Opening reception: May 4, 5-7pm

Internationally recognized artist Diane Burko creates large-scale paintings and photographic series that chart the effects of climate change on glaciers around the world.

Walton Arts Center does not currently accept unsolicited exhibition proposals and cannot return or comment on any materials sent by mail. However, artists who wish to bring their work to the attention of Walton Arts Center’s Consulting curator may email a brief statement and weblinks to programs@waltonartscenter.org.