Friday, March 31, 2017 (All day) to Sunday, May 14, 2017 (All day)

In conjunction with his one-man exhibition, Pierced by Dogma, at the Ulrich Museum of Art, Fisch Haus co-founder Patrick Duegaw presents an exhibition of related study drawings at the Fisch Haus this spring, his first FH show since 2007.

These studies demonstrate the process behind his large-scale painting series entitled The Innumerable Anxieties, and range from sketchbook concepts to more detailed and refined drawings on paper. Also featured are full-size study drawings for three portraits currently in progress.

The FH exhibition, entitled STUDY, will run from Final Friday, March 31 -  May 14, the Ulrich dates are April 22 - August 6. The Ulrich is hosting an artist talk, with performances by Mark Foley and Dan Racer on Friday, May 5 at 5:30.

The exhibition catalogue, Pierced by Dogma, is available to view online, and may be purchased at the Ulrich Museum of Art. Photography by Dimitris Skliris, design by Kim Curry.


OPENING RECEPTION: Final Friday, March 31, 7-10PM

CLOSING RECEPTION: Final Friday, April 28, 8-10PM (Living Statues 2017 will run from 6-8PM earlier that night). The closing reception features a soundscape created by Torin Andersen, entitled Cloaked Carnival Cacophany.

This exhibition has been generously sponsored in part by KMUW Wichita 89.1.