The April 2022 exhibit “Water Colors”, presented by the Kaysville-Fruit Heights Museum of History & Art, is on display now in the Kaysville Municipal Building.
Davis High art students in a beginning class taught by Amy Dunford Morley both stir the imagination and buoy the soul. The exhibit is open to the public during regular office hours.
It has been said that art can bring “together people with similar tastes and interests, maybe even people facing the same or similar issues in life. Even just enjoying art passively creates friendships. It creates a bond between an artist and his audience … Art brings people together and thus makes them happier.” You’ll be enchanted by the work of these young people and may even want to purchase a piece.
Exhibit ongoing due to popular demand! This exhibit will be extended beyond April. Don't miss out!As part of the April Architecture Adventures sponsored by Davis County Museums, Kaysville - Fruit Heights Museum of History and Art is exhibiting a show featuring...