• Annual High School Art Exhibition

    Hosting the Annual High School Art Auction is a tradition for the FMAAA Art Center. This year Fort Madison High School, Cardinal High School, and Central Lee High School have filled the Main Gallery with an amazing exhibition that ranges through a variety of categories including: 2D Black/White, 2D Color, Painting, Mixed Media, Ceramics, Sculpture,…


  • Upcoming Exhibitions for 2024:

    Upcoming Exhibitions for 2024:

    Upcoming exhibitions in the Main Gallery at the FMAAA Art Center. Click the heading for the list of upcoming exhibits

Past Exhibitions:

  • March 2024 | Landscapes and Farmscapes | Watercolors by Rebecca Williamson

    Opening Reception for Landscapes and Farmscapes is Thursday, March 7 from 5pm to 7pm The Main Gallery features watercolors developed “on the farm” at Cambre House and Farm by photographer and now watercolorist, Rebecca Williamson this month. Williamson has developed her charming little pieces in a style reminiscent of a folk artist, which has proved popular…

  • February 2024 | Light and Film | silver gelatin prints by Tim Schroll

    Award winning photographer, Tim Schroll, whose work appears in collections and galleries around the world has been a photographer for 45 years. This exhibition of his large format silver gelatin prints will be on display Tuesdays through Saturdays until March 1 from 10am until 5pm and is made possible by the generous sponsorship of the…

  • January 2024: Annual Budding Artists Show at FMAAA Art Center

    We welcome our youngest local artists to the share their work for the annual January Budding Artists exhibition. Art from area youth grades K through 7 will be on display from January 5, 2024 through January 27, 2024. The FMAAA Art Center is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am until 5pm.

  • Annual Member Show at FMAAA Art Center

    December Member Show viewing through December 30 The FMAAA is proud to be in our 43rd year and adding new members each month this past year. We are excited to bring the many visions each of our artists have together in one space. This year we have 41 member artists exhibiting 70 pieces of their…

  • November 2023 | A Season of Study by Jane Elizabeth

    Jane Elizabeth’s exhibition dove into the processes of a plein air painter, from studies painted in situ then taken back to the studio and used as the inspiration for other more developed pieces.

  • Opsis Final on canvas by Hans Breder

    Hans Breder | Intermedia Retrospective

    Han Breder | Intermedia Retrospective on display at Fort Madison Area Arts Association in Fort Madison Iowa for month of October 2023. Hans Breder’s remarkable artistic accomplishments ripple on today with his art making its way into public spaces throughout Iowa and many of his former students successfully positioned in art departments carrying on his…

  • Village Art

    Village Art is a group show displayed at the FMAAA Art Center for the month of September 2023. This exhibition featured 2D and 3D work by artists from the Fort Madison Mexican village including Sheri Lozano-Dobbs, Jacob Cangas, Trevor Prado, Nikki Ponce and Renay Domingez.

  • It Might Be | pen & ink by Bob Peterson

    The FMAAA Gallery welcomes Bob Peterson of Cedar Rapids exhibiting his marvelous pen and inks for the month of August. His pen and inks are a visually interesting and unique interpretation of place. He creates these meticulous ink renderings that are loosely based on the shape of a city (if you are looking at a…

  • One Man’s Junk | Curt Swarm

    Long time FMAAA Member, Curt Swarm is exhibiting in the Main Gallery during July with his whimsical found-metal sculptures. Curt’s motto is, “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure.” If he can see a face, or human or animal form in a piece of junk, he can make it come to life through welding and/or…

  • LIGHT | photography by Marc Wallace

    Marc’s ethereal landscapes and imagery exemplify his prowess for playing with light. His sensitivity behind the lens captures moments that are purely emotive, as he strives in his mission, “to accentuate light, the intrinsic qualities and character of God.”  Marc further states, “Our world is an incredible place that we get to live in.  Everywhere…

  • Metal & Gems | Ron Deen and Erika Wolfe

    Erika and Ron have very different backgrounds yet are drawn to artistic creation, feeling a need to work through ideas from their imagination using metal and gems. They interpret these materials in their own creative designs, producing wearable art in Erika’s art practice to a range of sculptures using a variety of materials in Ron’s.

  • High School Art (friendly) Competition

    Area High School Artist artwork in the Main Gallery for April on display through Saturday, April 29 at the conclusion of the FMHS Jazz bands performances during FINALE.