Realism and Disrupted Realism works of art by May Klisch.
Join Gallery 218 as we celebrate Spring with abstract painting, photography and sculpture. Artists include Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, Scott Onsager, Carol Liesenfelder, Denise Presnell. Live jazz by Elevator Trio. Masks required. Social distancing in place. Number of people entering gallery will be monitored.
Canada-based artist France Jodoin is an impressionist known for her dreamlike maritime scenes and unique European Romanticism-inspired style.
In addition to this exhibition, Lily Pad West will be featuring new works by ten of our talented artists, and are proud to exhibit work from artist John Paul Berry for the first time.
This event will be held both in-person and online through our Virtual Gallery. In-person attendance will be limited, and masks will be required.
2020 was a year full of tragedy, injustice, and emptiness; yet, in between the cabin fevers were bouts of reassessment and rebirth. The first part of the show’s title, “2020 2.0,” tips its hat to software patches and updates, constantly working to fix each obstacle and bug.
The second half of the title, “A Year In Translation,” reflects the weight of loss and confusion that permeated throughout the calendar year. 2020 is both the “year that didn’t exist” and the “year that changed everything.”
Over 50 MARN Creative Members present 63 works on their own interpretation of 2020, including themes of personal ways of coping, daily rituals, social justice, COVID-19 & quarantine, privilege, family, and propaganda.
The MIAD 2021 Senior Exhibition showcases the culminating work of emerging creative professionals representing MIAD’s Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs. Register to view at MIAD the work of 60 Illustration, New Studio Practice: Fine Arts and Product Design seniors. In-person viewing begins April 16 during Gallery Night MKE and goes through May 8. (Pre-registration is required).
Wisconsin artist, Charles Munch, creates vividly imagined paintings that explore the complex relationship between humans, animals, and the natural world. Eliminating extraneous details, Munch expresses emotion through color, line, and shape. His paintings of simplified forms, pulsing with life and color, create dramatic scenes of man and animal, friend and foe.