Flint Hills Woodturners and Don Wolfe

​September 26 - October 24, 2020

In the Kirmser Gallery:

Flint Hills Woodturners


Flint Hills Woodturners is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to advancing the art and craft of woodturning in Northeast Kansas by providing opportunities for education, information, and organization to those interested in turning wood. The group formed in 2015 and meets monthly. The group currently has about 75 active members.

Woodturning Demonstrations


Saturday, October 10: 11am & 1pm - Pens & Bottle stoppers
Saturday, October 17: 11am & 1pm - Bowls

Members of the Flint Hills Woodturners will demonstrate the basics of turning wood on a lathe.

In the Edelman Gallery:
Herd - the photography of Don Wolfe


In spite of the proliferation and popularity of farmers' markets and farm to table events, most people today have no idea where their food comes from. Don Wolfe uses portraiture as a unique way of introducing us to our food. He gives the viewer the opportunity to see these animals in a way they may have never considered before.
Don Wolfe grew up in western Kansas and now lives in Matfield Green, KS.

All MAC gallery exhibits are free and open to the public.


Gallery Season Sponsor: 

Anonymous
Platinum Sponsor:
Strecker Nelson West Gallery