The Elizabeth Rozier Gallery

at Missouri State Museum

The Elizabeth Rozier Gallery features rotating exhibits inside the Union Hotel, located at 101 Jefferson Street. For further information, please call 573-751-2854.

Hours:

  • March 1* through Labor Day - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday
  • Tuesday after Labor Day weekend through February - Closed

2015 Exhibits

“Oil & Clay”

March 3 – April 25
Bo Bedilion and Naomi Sugino Lear

Opening the 2015 season is “Oil & Clay,” a joint exhibition featuring pottery by Bo Bedilion and paintings by Naomi Sugino Lear. Both artists have exhibited works both in mid-Missouri and nationally; both are professors of art at Columbia College, Columbia, Mo.

"Covered Jars" by Bo Bedilion "Longview Ill" by Naomi Sugino Lear
“Missouri River Art and Photography”

May 5 – June 27
William Helvey

William Helvey is a fine art photographer and professional artist living in Columbia, Mo.  Private and corporate collectors internationally seek after Helvey’s work. This exhibit will feature photographs, drawings and paintings, all depicting the Missouri River.

“Stillness on the Missouri River” Southern Boone County near Easley, by William Helvey
“New Regionalism – The Art of Bryan Haynes”

June 30 – Sept. 5
Bryan Haynes

Bryan Haynes is an illustrator, muralist and commercial artist. His work has appeared in national magazines and international advertising campaigns. Recent commissions include the Kauffman Foundation in Kansas City, The Westward Expansion Memorial Museum at the Arch and the Missouri Botanical Garden.

“Notes on a Scale” by Bryan Haynes