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where you can see jack's paintings...
University Lutheran Church of the Epiphany in St. Cloud Minnesota is teaming up with Jack for this fundraising event. Come to support Jack and receive the added benefit of helping the missions of the church if you purchase art! Read more by clicking here.
UrbanSpace gallery is launching it's inaugural exhibition October 1. Jack's paintings will be displayed in a group show including such exciting internationally known artists as Joseph Slusky, Katie Hawkinson, Otto Heino, Clifford Rainey, and Winston Branch. To get more detail and to R.S.V.P. , click here.
The solo show of Jack's work at the Loft Gallery (see pictures of a previous show below) which started February 1st has now wrapped up. The reception was held on Saturday, March 17 (St. Patrick's Day!) . To see the invitation, visit here.
Paramount Arts Gallery
Jack Hayes's work is on display at the Paramount Arts Gallery in downtown St. Cloud, MN. For more info about the Paramount visit www.paramountarts.org.
Work by Jack Hayes can be seen at Strecker-Nelson Gallery in downtown Manhattan, KS.
Atwood Memorial Center Gallery, St. Cloud State University - Jack Hayes Solo Exhibit
This solo exhibit ran from June 12th to July 13th, 2006. Opening Reception was June 13th, 12:00 Noon, at the Atwood Gallery on the campus of SCSU.
Serendipity Gallery - Jack Hayes Solo Exhibit
Opening event - Saturday, April 15th, 2006, 7:00 p.m. at Serendipity in St. Cloud Minnesota.
Loft Fine Arts Gallery
Jack's work is on display at the Loft Fine Arts Gallery in Downtown St. Cloud.
The paintings "firedance" and "kraken logic: song #4" on exhibit in a collaborative show with ceramist Marko Fields. His piece " gaia's teapot of dalliance and fertility" is in front. How well they go together...
Johnson Cancer Research Center
Jack Hayes's painting "millenium" was acquired by this research center at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Permanent collection.
Lutherhouse -Lutheran Campus Ministry
Jack Hayes designed and built a permanent installation consisting of a small prayer chapel which has as its focus a stained glass window that he also designed and built. The lighting and colors of the room are designed to promote a quiet, meditative atmosphere conducive to reflection and prayer.
The Matthew Burenheide Memorial Chapel. Anderson Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas.
to Jack's workplace are possible by appointment. Please contact him.