Oil introduces the next installment in its show of new Wisconsin landscapes by resident artist Richard W. Patt and urban landscapes on exhibit at Oil for the first time by founding artist Hal Koenig.
Cooperative gallery features contemporary abstract and experimental art by regional artists. Media includes painting, photography, mixed media, clay. Artists exhibiting: Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, Scott Onsager, Carol Liesenfelder, Denise Presnell, Hillary Johnson, Sheree Wood, Maria Page. Live jazz by String Theory, appetizers, cash bar Friday night. Accepting artists’ applications. Regular gallery hours Saturdays 1-5pm and by appointment. Second floor of the Marshall Building.
Into the Mystic dances the line of realism and abstraction. Gene Costanza and Christopher Groves employ painterly brushstrokes and vivid colors to create dreamlike landscapes that beg viewers to meander through familiar yet spectacular spaces. Gene Costanza finds inspiration in the coastal waterways and mountain ranges of his surrounding Cascadia, while the work of Christopher Groves sings its praises to his native marshlands and forests. Groves works in the in-between of realism and abstraction, and Costanza borrows from many schools to create his characteristic “ecclesiopressionism.” Into the Mystic encourages exploration through imagination to arrive at newfound perspectives of previously known terrains.
The MARN ART + CULTURE HUB is Milwaukee’s newest creative hub, with a full-scale gallery and exhibition hall, local artist marketplace, coffee and wine bar, and conference center. The installation for Gallery Night MKE is to be determined, but you can always see works from local artists here in the forms of paintings, mixed media installations, earrings, t-shirts, potholders, and more. We love our new space and our artists, and we know you will, too
The work of Sandra Bridges, David Anderson, Chrystal Gillon, and Jerry Jordan all depict Black lives in America from their own perspectives, ranging from black and white renderings to paintings and collage work. The essential humanity and spirit embodied in these artworks speaks out in opposition to the continued marginalization and racism that continues to plague our country in the 21st Century.
The Design Museum of Chicago has brought the 1950-1975 “Great Ideas of Western Man” series into the 21st century and commissioned contemporary artists and designers to create visual responses to Great Ideas of Humanity. The exhibit features posters and art objects by 60+ artists and designers, alongside reproductions of the original advertising campaign.
Come view our one-of-a-kind prints and see how we make them.
Emphatically linked by intense color, each artist employs individual modes of personal expression and media for wonderfully varied results. CHROMA features paintings by Mary Bero, Caitlin Bradford, TD Brenner, Derrick Buisch, Marion Coffey, Ben Grant, Michael Hedges, Anna Kunz, Shane McAdams, Dennis Nechvatal, Guzzo Pinc, Jason Rohlf, George Shipperley, and TL Solien. Also included in this dynamic collection of new work are Richard Taylor’s aluminum sculpture, Jeremy Popelka’s hand-blown Murrini glass vessels, and Stephanie Trenchard’s narrative-driven cast glass sculptures.