Current Exhibitions


Cheryl H. Hahn’s


JANUARY 20 – APRIL 2, 2023

Opening Reception February 3rd, 2023 at 6 PM

Get an exclusive look at Cheryl Hahn’s new exhibition coming to the Swope in January, ‘Drawing Conclusions”.

“The act of drawing has always inspired me. The paintings and drawings of this show are created with a variety of media, including graphite, charcoal, acrylic, watercolor, marker, collage, ink, and oil; they feature many drawing configurations such as dots, dashes, rhythmic patterns, and sweeping arcs that portray a world that is always in motion.”

Click here to see the images for the exhibition.

For more information and to purchase work from this exhibition, please notify the artist through the contact page.


Curious Vessel

JANUARY 20 – MARCH 26, 2023

Opening reception March 3rd, 2023 at 6 PM

In this exhibition, you will see a sampling of Melody Evans’ drawings and 3-d works that reflect her lifelong exploration and fascination with vessels.  This muse, with its multiple meanings, (container, conduit, keeper of an essence), is the underpinning of her often quirky, drawings and ceramic-based installations.


Melody Evans studied for four years at the San Antonio School of Art and Craft and started her career as a potter but soon moved into making sculptures, large-scale installations,s and drawings with collage and digital manipulations. This change coincided with her pursuit of a Master’s degree in the influential area of Northern California under the mentorship of nationally acclaimed artist, Robert Brady. She has received numerous awards in her career; including first place in the National Visions in Clay.  Her drawings have also been awarded in several regional shows in St. Louis, MO area, where she now resides. She was represented by the notable Northern California gallery, Solomon Dubnick, until its retirement. Her work is in numerous public and private collections, including the Moog Collection at the Racine Art Museum, the Paul F. Dauer Ceramic Collection, the Sony Kamm International T-pot collection, and the permanent collection at the William and Florence Schmidt Art Center Museum   In the mid-west region she has large-scale permanent installations at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, National Great Rivers Research and Education Center, Alton Illinois and the New St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City, MO.   She is also an educator and has taught ceramics in many institutions and venues.