Welcome to my studio.......

Ada Koch

Reflections of Hope: Armistice 1918 was featured in Forbes Magazine, Parade Magazine, the KC Star Newspaper, The Star Tribune paper from Minneapolis, KC Studio Magazine, and on five news stations.  Hope you got a chance to see it in person!!  The poppy Installation at National World War I Museum & Memorial has now been removed.  To buy a poppy, contact the Museum at give@theworldwar.org, or visit Eva Reynolds Fine Arts Gallery at 135th and Nall. 

Stop by the Interurban Art House in old Overland Park for an Opening Reception- Friday March 15th, 2019 of "Who Does She Think She Is?" and see my large new piece.  

Don't miss the talk at UMKC where I will be a panelist with other women artist/activists!  March 19, over the lunch hour at Miller Nichols Library.  

What's been happening recently?

Stop by the newly renovated Overland Park, KS City Hall to see my landscape of downtown....an elaborate collage with menus from local restaurants and flyers from OP businesses under a Springtime painting of the downtown scene.  


Come visit with me in my studio to hear about my latest activism projects - working with Mothers In Charge to help stop local violence.  This work has inspired the Balloon Series/works on paper about the emotional side of losing a loved one to violence, inspired by the tradition of letting balloons go in remembrance of a lost relative.  The "Anger" piece was recently chosen to be in the permanent collection at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.