KC Artist Brad Ultican Exhibits Art at the 1855 Harris-Kearney House Museum

Brad Ultican returns to display his artwork in the upstairs gallery of the 1855 Harris-Kearney House Museum. The museum is proud to have previously hosted this talented local artist in 2013. Brad's work was so well-liked that he was asked to do another show in April 2014. His art features classic American scenes in pencil drawings and etchings. A free grand showing will be held on April 5. Museum hours on that day will be extended to 11 am-6 pm. Refreshments will be provided.

Brad strives to create unique perspectives into the culture, nature, and aesthetics of good ol’ Americana. Beautiful and impressive, his scenes range from high detail “folk realism” graphite pencil drawings and hand printed etchings, to digital photography of distinct American scenes taken while on various trips around our great country. He continues to develop his techniques as he studies the etchings of master artists such as Rembrandt and Albrecht Durer.

This exhibit will be open for viewing from April 1-30, during regular museum hours, Wednesday through Saturday from 1-5 pm. Admission to the exhibit is free.

More About Brad Ultican

Interested in drawing from a very early age, Brad began by drawing anything from cartoons and caricatures to realist landscapes and detail drawings. Many of his drawings are inspired by his photography. He draws inspiration from our own Kansas City, as well as New York, St. Louis, Chicago, and San Francisco. He has also photographed in many famous national parks such as Yosemite, Yellowstone, Glacier, and Badlands.

After years of developing techniques and creating works, he launched this website and began selling at art fairs throughout the Midwest in 2011. Recently, his work has been displayed at both the Plaza and Westport Art Fairs. Visit Brad’s website to see more examples of his art at http://www.bruprints.com/

About the 1855 Harris-Kearney House Museum and the Westport Historical Society

Located at 4000 Baltimore, in Kansas City, MO, the 1855 Harris-Kearney House is the oldest remaining residence in Kansas City. The house was built by the Harris family in 1855, and is now a museum owned and operated by the Westport Historical Society. The WHS was founded in 1956 to promote, preserve, and foster public interest in the significant history of Westport, Missouri, the Town of Kansas, and Missouri, as well as their founders.

The 1855 Harris-Kearney House Museum is open for tours Wednesday-Saturday, from 1-5pm. For more information, visit our website, www.westporthistorical.com. Contact us at 816-561-1821, or email us: westporthistorical@gmail.com. Like and follow us on Facebook.

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