An illustration of many exhibition picture frames

Johnson County Library is proud to share the work of Kansas City metro area visual artists in our library art galleries. We have ten library branches with dedicated art gallery spaces to inspire people of all ages and beautify our libraries. We seek a diverse selection of artwork that inspires, educates and promotes community connection.

Past Showing
Thursday, September 8 to Thursday, December 22, 2016

Sharon Rodriguez is a photographer. She uses her photographs as a means to convey a message. For Rodriquez, “[E]ach photograph has a story to tell. I tell what I see and invite the viewer to look at the work and tell the story they see.”

Past Showing
Tuesday, May 10 to Saturday, August 20, 2016

The Arts Asylum was created to provide space and assistance to artists of all varieties. This is primarily accomplished through the offering of space to both create and share at affordable rates. The Arts Asylum also offers the staff and planning necessary to execute all...

Past Showing
Saturday, January 9 to Friday, May 20, 2016

Born in Sydney, Australia in 1938, Phillip Dizick moved to the United States in 1960 and settled in California. For roughly a decade he was involved in education as an art teacher for youth of all ages, sharing his knowledge on sculpting, ceramics, painting and drawing...