Upcoming Exhibits

* Exhibits are subject to change.

WATER'S EDGE ARTISTS EXHIBIT

September 26-October 31, 2021
The Water's Edge Artists - Painters for Preservation - is an alliance of plein air artists dedicated to artistically recording historic, endangered or threatened places.

TablesettingTHE ART OF TABLESETTING

October 8-November 7, 2021
This annual favorite exhibit began in 1974, when Mrs. Ruth West organized an exhibit of tables inspired by works of art. The Rahr-West Art Museum is proud to keep this exhibit alive by inviting members of the public to create unique tablescapes inspired by works of art.

TINY ARTTiny Art

October 27-November 28, 2021
Organized by the Lakeshore Artists Guild, Tiny Art presents everyone in the community the opportunity to become a collector of small works at affordable prices, just in time for the holidays.

An opening reception for Tiny Art will be held Friday, October 29 from 6:00-8:00pm.
Free and open to the public.

Christmas in the MansionCHRISTMAS IN THE MANSION

November 26, 2021-January 10, 2022
We invite you to partake in this visual delight and escape, if even for a short while, into the fantasy that is held in anticipation of the holidays.

LADIES OF THE LAKE QUILT EXHIBITLadies of the Lake

December 5, 2021-January 30, 2022
The Ladies of the Lake Quilters have been exhibiting their quilts at the Rahr-West Art Museum for over 20 years.

MARC CHAGALL: LE CIRQUE

December 5, 2021-February 13, 2022Marc Chagall Le Cirque
Le Cirque is a print portfolio of 38 prints completed by Marc Chagall in 1968. For Marc Chagall, the circus stage was the ideal setting for the dreamlike, extraordinary acts ever-present in his art. In Le Cirque, he summoned the spectacle of the circus experience in all its colorful variety - clowns, acrobats and women riding bareback, stands brimming with onlookers - as a vivid metaphor for the sometimes precarious artist-lifestyle he had decided to lead. With time, the circus came to lie at the very heart of his personal mythology and became symbolic of the human condition.