A Fine Art Gallery for Private Collectors
An ART Consulting + Design Firm for Corporations
324 W. 63rd ST, KANSAS CITY, MO, 64113 | 816-333-3111
Leopold’s mission is to help build regional culture. Whether we’re assisting beginning collectors, or consulting on massive projects like Saint Luke’s Hospital and Kauffman Stadium, we strive to exceed expectations. We carry and create world-class art in a variety of styles and media. When possible, we like working with artists from the regions of our corporate and institutional clients, always ensuring that works of the highest professional standard result.
Please take a look at some short videos of our various projects, and hear what our clients have to say.
All of our client relationships begin with an informal meeting. We listen to your needs, learn about your business or institution, and explain our process. There is no fee for this.
No job, large or small, can begin without a visionary master plan. This is like writing a musical score for each client, with the same devotion to originality each time. We also integrate existing works into the new space, if desired.
We involve our clients in the process, seek their opinions, and respond to their needs. The result is always exciting and spellbinding. No work goes in without client approval.
The Leopold Gallery Charitable Foundation provides scholarship funds for students throughout the Kansas City area. It also funds art programs at Paseo Academy, Lincoln Prep Academy, and Sumner Academy, and any other schools that our board deems to be in need. 100% of all donations will go to these worthy programs. If desired, a donation can be made for a specific school.
Dorrell opened his gallery in 1991 and has been advancing artists’ careers on a national level ever since. This is an updated edition of his original book, covering critical subjects that he didn’t before and expanding on others, written in the same honest tone. With clients such as Warner Brothers and H&R Block, Dorrell knows how to land the big deals, as well as how to win the trust of private collectors. Read More.
Becky Blades, James Borger, Gary Bowling, Jacob Burmood, Grant Charpentier, Allan Chow, Robert Neil Cohen, Mark Cook, Louis Copt, Chris Dahlquist, Phil Epp, Carol Fleming, Linda Ganstrom, Drew Hine, Brian Hinkle, Wind Spinners, Hal Holoun, Kinetic Sculptures, Elaine Lierly Jones, Nicholas Kriefall, William Lobdell, Aldolfo Martinez, Mike McMullen, Jerry Moon, NCECA Exhibition, Ed Pennebaker, Dave Regier, MJ Rigby, E. Spencer Schubert, Lyman Whitaker.