Past Exhibitions


Kathleen Elliot May 25, 2018 – September 3, 2018

Kathleen Elliot creates intricate plant-inspired plant sculptures, such as imaginary botanicals of flameworked glass. Leaves, fruit, seed pods and flowers are reimagined in new varieties of organic life. Natural forms appear in unexpected colors and in fantastic, new combinations. Through this process, the vocabulary of observed botany becomes a vehicle for personal expression. Exhibition organized by Katharine T. Carter & Associates.

Keystone Art/glass May 28, 2018 – September 3, 2018

Glass work from faculty and students from Keystone College will be on display as a companion to Kathleen Elliott.

New Frontiers May 28, 2018 – September 3, 2018

In coordination with the 8th International Conference of Contemporary Cast Iron, the Everhart is pleased to present “New Frontiers”.

Considering the conference theme, “Post Industrial Iron: Divergence, Dialog, and New Directions”, this juried exhibition emphasizes the idea of time, travel, movement, place, space, and connections. Featuring work by Kevin Dartt, Naomi Campbell, Frank DePalma, Alex Grabiec, Paul Higham, Stacey Holloway, Rian Kerrane, Lauren Koch, Coral Penelope Lambert, William Prtune, Andre Rubin, Woody Stauffer, and Michael Richard Thron.

Leni Levenson Wiener’s Park Bench Stories  February 2 – May 7, 2018

PARK BENCH STORIES features the artwork of Leni Levenson Wiener, who captures people in various situations, all while sitting on park benches. Her unique fabric collages express the nuances of human interactions, from checking smartphones to meditative contemplation.


MAKING FACES: Portraits by John Kascht    February 2 – May 7, 2018

MAKING FACES is a retrospective of drawings and paintings by caricature artist John Kascht, whose irreverent work turns the leisurely pastime of people-watching into an Xtreme sport. Over a 30 year career as an illustrator, Kascht has created work for album covers, theater posters, gallery collections, and most major publications. MAKING FACES features portraits of historical and contemporary notables, and includes subjects of interest to political junkies, moviegoers, music lovers, history buffs, artists and even people who hate art shows. In addition to entertainment, the show delivers thought-provoking glimpses into the serious intent behind the funny pictures. Visitors to the show are sure to leave smiling and it’s likely they won’t look at faces – or the mirror – the same way again.