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2018 Exhibitions


February 2- March 3

We were excited to show the work of Whitehall resident, Janice Brower, during the
month of February. Her work represented the bright and whimsical beauty in the painting process. Each piece bravely portrayed a new floral arrangement. 



April 17-May 31

This year's Emerging Artists exhibit highlighted the work of local artists Ron Fellin
and Beth Pierson. Each artist was presented bodies of work inspired and driven by

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On the Beach

June 26-August 4

Beaches are the staple of the White Lake area and we want to see your beach inspired art. This exhibit is open to all community members.


Art and Math 

Oct. 23-Nov. 10

Our annual school exhibition is back. Students will submit their math inspired artwork. So break out the rulers and freshen up on your geometry. Embrace the colliding of two worlds in this exhibit.

Spiral Staircase

Change of Seasons

March 6-April 14

In our 18th Annual Change of Seasons exhibition, local artists will showcased in an amazing show of talent and craft. The exhibit always demonstrates a large range of mediums and thoughts and spans the work of Kindergarten students to adults.     

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Wine and Water

June 2-June 23

The community came together to share their memories of wine and/or water. All
of the donated photographs were on display at the ACWL-Nuveen Center and were
for sale. Proceeds from the sales went to supporting ACWL-Nuveen programs.


Lost & Found

Sept. 11-Oct. 20

We celebrated the work of Muskegon based artists, Amy and John Wilkinson, in our
newest exhibit, Lost & Found . The gallery was full of their whimsical creations that
brought dream like dress forms and bears to life. The public met the artists at the
public reception and lecture on October 4. Refreshments were provided by Fetch
Brewing Co. The Artist in Residence program was kindly funded by the White Lake
Lothmann Family Fund of the Community Foundation for Muskegon County.


Art Walk

Let art be your guide to the White Lake area, as you explore our outdoor sculptures. 

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