Whispers For Hope Gallery & Foundation

204 2nd Street,
Rocheport, MO 65279

Saturday 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Or by appointment.
Phone: 573.777.0254


The Whispers For Hope Gallery is a Fine Art Gallery with collections of artwork from several wonderful artists. 

Amy Dawkins
Amy’s work is about healing within, a way to search for love, as well as sharing it with others in order to encourage them to do the same. When visiting her website, you will find landscapes, flowers, portraits, large abstract paintings, charcoal, and ink drawings. You will see some pieces hang all four ways to reflect contradicting perspectives. Family, marriage, and love are themes in her work. She finds comfort, forgiveness, and healing moments through her own circumstances while she paints. To learn more visit her website at www.amydawkins.art.

Mary K Sloan (1924 – 2014)
Mary Sloan, M.K. Sloan, “Maria”, born Mary Davis Key in Denton, Texas in 1924, was an accomplished artist of amazing versatility, working in acrylic, oil, watercolor, ink, fabric, jewelry, and glass mosaic. Her passion to paint was a vital lifeline in the 90 years of her prolific life, and her spirit will remain alive as she lives always, in nature. Her artwork subject matter ranges from abstract to portraits, to landscapes of Santa Fe. She is represented in many museums and collections including: the University of Texas in Austin, Del Mar College and the Centennial Museum in Corpus Christi, the Pearl Brewery and Witte Museum in San Antonio, the Grumbacher Collection in New York City, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Howard Hughes Collection in Houston, and the Beaumont. To learn more visit her website at www.maryksloan.art

Charles Strain
Charles draws his imagery from the world of nature and life experience. The fusion of man and nature is a predominant theme in Strain’s sculpture. The aesthetic lines of the human figure and the celebration of human emotion are vehicles he uses as subject matter in this composition. Happiness, sadness, a moment in time, a familiar experience, a celebration, are some of the experiences that can be found when viewing his sculpture. To learn more visit his website at www.charlesstrain.com.