Artist Gallery
Cally Krallman

1981 Washburn University, Topeka, KS ~ Bachelor of Fine Arts (Alumni Fellow Award – 2014)
1996-2011 Studied with Phil Starke, Kim English, Michael Albrechtsen, William Scott Jennings, Matt Smith

2018: Taking Flight-The Endangered Wetlands, Manhattan, KS
2017: Kansas Waterways, Beauchamps, Topeka, KS
2017: “Across Kansas” One Person Exhibit at Prairie Museum of Art, Colby KS
2016: NOAPS International Online Exhbition
2016: “Only the Best” Strecker Nelson Gallery, Manhattan, KS
2016: Kansas Skies” Beauchamps Gallery, Topeka, KS
2016: “Along the Santa Fe Trail” Primary Colors Gallery, Independence, MO
2015: Art In the Embassies Program, Moscow, Russia
2015: Missouri Valley Impressionists Society 4th Annual Juried Show, St. Louis MO
2015: One Person Show at Visual Arts Alliance of McPherson, KS
2015: “Passion For the Prairie” One Person Show Emporia Art Center
2014: Plein Air Masters, The Rice Gallery of Fine Art, Leawood, KS
2014: Plein Air Rockies, Estes Park, CO
2014: American Women Artists National Juried Exhibit, Orleans, MA
2013: American Women Artists Juried Exhibit, Fredricksburg, TX
2013: Passion for the Prairie, One Person Exhibit, Beauchamps, Topeka, KS
2013: Western Regional OPA, Southwind Gallery, Topeka KS
2013: Earth & Sky-Women of the Prairie, Wichita, KS
2013: Salon International Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio TX
2012: ”Beyond the Horizon”-One Person Exhibit, Beauchamps Gallery, Topeka
2012: “Landscapes” One Person Show at Primary Colors Gallery, Independence, MO
2011: Winner of the KS 150-Sesquicentennial Art Contest, Southwind Gallery, Topeka
2011: Kansas Masters Invitational-Top 50 Artists, Manhattan, KS
2011: Barton County Art Center, One Person Exhibit, Great Bend, KS
2011: City Arts, Wichita KS 3 Person Exhibit

2016 Wagon Trails – Cover Design
2014 The Journal/Kansas Leadership Center
2008/2013 American Art Collector
2012 PleinAir Magazine
2009 Kansas Magazine

Member Of:
Oil Painters of America (OPA) / American Women Artists (AWA) / National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society (NOAPS) / Missouri Valley Impressionists Society (MVIS)