Past Exhibitions

Each link below includes information on past exhibitions, including video from the opening receptions provided by CMNtv.


This show opened on March 16, 2024 and ran through April 6. Over 120 pieces of art were featured, each measuring 7″ x 7″ x 7″ or smaller. This show was sponsored by 7 South Consulting.
This show opened on May 18, 2024 and ran through June 15. This show included 65 pieces of artwork, selected from a pool of 211 submissions (the most for a PCCA show to date). This show was sponsored by 7 South Consulting and Genisys Credit Union.


The brainchild of organizing artists, Carlo Vitale and Gary Mayer, Fresh Pasture paid homage to Vitale’s experiences working on dairy farms throughout his youth and brought together the collaborative efforts of some of Michigan’s best exhibiting artists. An opening reception was held at the Paint Creek Center for the Arts on February 4. A gallery talk with Deborah Sukenic and Kris Schaedig was held on February 18.
An opening reception was held on April 1, 2023, where visitors were invited to explore mountains, rivers, forests and more as they delved into the many creative ways that artists depict this timeless art subject. From April 2 – 29, the exhibit was open to all PCCA visitors.
Founded by Brian Lewandowski, See What Stacey Started is inspired by friendship and his experience with creative community building. An opening reception was held on May 20th from 4-7 pm. Brian Lewandowski, Steve Czapiewski, and family members of Stacey Skiera spoke briefly about the group and the exhibit at the opening reception.
Inspired by all the things that go bump in the night or that simply can’t be explained, Monstrous brought together a collection of creatures to delight and entertain. Gallery visitors found a wide assortment of curious creatures and haunting creations. An opening reception was held on October 7.
Held each year, the Student & Faculty exhibition highlights the work of current students of all ages and PCCA’s talented teaching faculty. With no set theme, the goal of the exhibit is to showcase the progress and dedication to creative learning by members of our Art Education department and their student artists. The only stipulations for submission were that the work must have been made as part of PCCA’s educational programming and cannot have been show in an exhibit at PCCA previously. The Student & Faculty exhibit opened alongside the retail Holiday Art Market, located on the main floor.
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