IOWA CONTEMPORARY ART   |   58 North Main Street, Fairfield, IA 52556   |   641-469-6252   | ICON is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit educational charity. All donations are tax-deductible.
Special Thanks to our ICON MEMBERS & Corporate Sponsors: The Jeri Felix Estate
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58 North Main Street Fairfield, IA 52556 641.469.6252
March through December, 2020 Coming in April, May, 2021: The Kathy Poppers’ Collection for a “Round 2” Auction:
ICON Gallery is open by appointment. 641-919-6252 or or check us out on facebook: The new ICON interactive website:                                     
With the COVID19 virus still raging all over the country, and in Iowa, the ICON Board of Directors has decided to restructure the projected gallery schedule for 2021. Shows scheduled for spring and summer have been pushed back to the end of the year or 2022. In the mean time, ICON Director Bill Teeple is planning events to stay connected with art lovers in Fairfield and beyond. 1. During the months of February and March the history of ICON will be celebrated in the front windows which will be filled with ICON posters spanning 20 years. 2. In February ICON Thursday will return, but online. Bill Teeple will play YouTube art videos for us to watch together using YouTube Party. Anyone can join in once they download an app on YouTube. Watch for details through ICON’s Constant Contact  email notices. If you are not already getting emails on events at ICON, send a request to to get on the list. 3. ICON’s “Second Round” auction has been moved to April/May from February/March. Viewing in the gallery will be by appointment, but all bidding will be online again. The 2nd auction features works from the “Kathy Poppers Collection” along with selected pieces from the November/December auction. Also, there will be new work that has been donated since the 1st auction ended. Kathy Poppers is an artist, art appraiser, art collector and former ICON Board of Directors member. She now resides in California, but during her last visit to Fairfield she emptied her storage unit and donated much of the art to ICON. Significant works were added to the ICON permanent collection, but over 40 pieces are going up for auction starting on April First Friday.
February, March, April ICON News