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Clay County Medical Center's Mission:

  • Provide quality medical care.
  • Offer comprehensive services for our communities.
  • Treat others with respect and dignity.
  • Maintain fiscal responsibility.

KALIVODA'S PHOTOGRAPHY NOW ON DISPLAY
November 23, 2014
facebook/Mesquite 90 Productions

Audrey Kalivoda is a native Kansan, growing up on a farm in Brantford.  She received her first little green box camera from her parents when she was 6....and there was no stopping.  Early adult years where taken up with portrait work.  A dare from a ranger at Palo Duro Canyon, Texas resulted in Audrey's first documentary, and opened the doors for more work in wildlife and nature.

James Kalivoda was born & has lived in north central Kansas all of his life.   Stationed in Japan during the Korean War, Jim bought his first camera.  Back from Japan, he spoke to a number of groups in the area and shared his slides.   Flowers and landscapes have always been favorite’s subjects. James is the father to Audrey.


Call For Artists

The Foundation is seeking artists to display artwork in the hospital dining room. Exhibits will be selected every five - six weeks for the showings.  Artists are welcome to invite other artists to join the group showing. Each artist will be promoted through the website and on facebook.

During the exhibit, those interested in knowing more about the artist or purchasing pieces may reference the biography and contact information available during the show.

To schedule a artshow call 785-632-2144 ext. 538 or email: foundation@ccmcks.org.

 

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