Founding Partner, Mary Kline-Misol is a Regionalist painter with work in a widening circle of private and public collections in the Midwest including, Dubuque Museum of Art,Sioux City Art Center,Brunnier Art Museum, and the World Food Prize.  She was featured in the Iowan Magazine ,”of Art and Alchemy” in January 2009, and her exhibit at the Des Moines Historical Museum of her Alice Cycle was the centerpiece of the weekend meeting of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America in October of 2005.

Kline-Misol was the first artist from the state of Iowa chosen for commission work for the World Food Prize now hanging in the Iowa Gallery.  Her border murals hang at the Hotel Pattee in Perry Iowa.  Her larger paintings are among the permanent collections of the Dubuque Museum of Art, and the Sioux City Art Museum.  Her work hangs in public and private collections in the United States, Spain, and Germany.

Mary Kline-Misol

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