Cathedral Art Gallery

  • Rainbow Artists Gallery Show
  • Rainbow Artists Gallery Show
  • Rainbow Artists Gallery Show
  • Rainbow Artists Gallery Show
  • Rainbow Artists Gallery Show
  • Rainbow Artists Gallery Show
  • Rainbow Artists Gallery Show: Case

 

Cathedral Gallery Winter 2017-18 Show: features Rainbow Artists

This show opens December 10 through March 4 featuring art by the Rainbow Artists group. There is also beautiful jewelry and cards, as well as a display of toys by the St. Joseph Carpenter's Group of the Cathedral. The St. Joseph Carpenters make and donate toys to children who must stay in the hospital over the holidays.

The Gallery is open M-Th from 9-4, Fridays from 9-noon and on Sunday mornings. All art is for sale.  Further info, contact Ruth Norton.

You can put a piece on hold for up to 10 days, if you see something you like and don't have your money with you. Keep up with info about upcoming shows, artist profiles, and Gallery happenings by 'liking' the Cathedral Gallery on Facebook.

Brief History of the Cathedral Gallery

The Gallery has been in existence since the Cathedral House was completed in 1976. At that time Dean Haverland asked Gale Waddellnolan tulips to organize a gallery. She felt “each show should have some theme and be of interest and importance to the congregation and town.” Waddell recruited friends to form a Gallery Guild. The first show was Betty Rosenburger’s paintings of “Mission Churches”. Santero shows are presented every 2 years and are always well received.

The Cathedral Gallery has always offered outstanding shows for the enjoyment of the parish and community.  Proceeds from Gallery sales have funded several capital improvements such as the sound system in Anna Kaseman Hall and in the Nave.

A long-time Cathedral artist and supporter of the Gallery was Vera Nolan (born in 1906). Although not professionally trained in art, Vera continued to work on her watercolor art technique by traveling with well-known artists around the Southwest. A few months before her death in December 1996, Nolan told George Hight of the Gallery Guild, “I plan to leave my estate to the Guild.” In July of 1997, the Guild learned that they were beneficiary of Nolan’s estate. This bequest has been an important asset for the Cathedral Gallery.