Oil features abstract landscapes, atmospherics and mixed media from resident artist Richard W. Patt and friends.
Aquae Nguvu Gallery presents contemporary art with an emphasis on the importance of water in our environment. Aquae Nguvu Studio extends this theme to an examination of the elements, meditation, and dance.
On-site art demonstrations, wood carving, painting, drawing, and etching.
Local artists will be featured for sale alongside a silent auction featuring items from local artists and businesses on Friday, April 22nd. Live music from local musicians will also be playing for the duration of the event. Funds raised from the silent auction along with proceeds from a featured Point Brewery beer will go towards Ayre in the Square, a free music series held in Catalano Square every summer for the past 10 years.
Cooperative gallery features contemporary abstract art by regional artists: Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, Scott Onsager, Carol Liesenfelder, Hillary Johnson, Sheree Wood, Maria Page. Painting, photography, clay, mixed media. Live jazz by Elevator Trio, light appetizers, cash bar on Friday night. Accepting artists’ applications. Regular hours are Saturdays, 1-6pm and by appointment. Gallery space available for private events. email@example.com.
Integration Healing is a holistic, bilingual, goal-oriented art therapy/yoga center and a leader in behavioral health services in Milwaukee. Part of the Whole is a group exhibition that invites viewers to explore their own response to the artist’s perspective on the complex relationships between oneself as an individual, with others, with nature. Interconnection is integral to all living things and interdependence is what allows species to thrive. In the same way, Part of the Whole investigates participants’ own creative self-expression as a path to wholeness.
McCaw Contemporary: three individuals, two generations, sixty years of combined, consistent critical acclaim and recognition. Dan, Danny, and John McCaw share a studio in Torrance, California. Here, the three collectively contribute to each’s individual practice through overlapping (but never duplicated) ideas, explorations, and techniques. Driven by relentless curiosity, the MCCAW vision explores dichotomies of the human experience, utilizing abstraction and romantic impressionism to create unique visions of familiar themes. Shown alongside one another in “PARADIGM”, the subtle yet distinct shifts in perspective among the three McCaws are evident, as ideas are shared, reinterpreted, and shared once again.
For the April Gallery Night MKE, the Milwaukee Artist Resource Network will have the 2022 MARKETPLACE – Cycle 1 artists’ work available for purchase as well as a locally curated exhibition (details coming soon!) for viewing. The MARN ART + CULTURE HUB features a Gallery, MARKETPLACE, Conference Center and COFFEE + WINE bar by Interval.
Join us April 22 – May 7 for a celebration of Milwaukee’s emerging creative leaders! The MIAD 2022 Senior Exhibition showcases the culminating work of nearly 190 artists and designers representing MIAD’s Bachelor of Fine Arts programs, including Communication Design, Illustration, Interior Architecture and Design, New Studio Practice: Fine Arts and Product Design.
Featured Wisconsin artist, Amy Jarvis, presents her newest series, “It’s just a dog…”. Working in oils on canvas, these meticulously detailed paintings tell a visual story that dogs are anything but “just” and exist as pure, magical beings. Florence artist Emanuele Capozza graphite figure drawings. Emanuele has collaborated on many projects and workshops and is recognized for his knowledge of Fresco throughout Europe. The Pop Art of Eric Oates, a well-known Milwaukee painter. Oates’ Pop expressionism features familiar figures enveloped in an expressive use of color.
New mono prints by Barbara Manger; Figurative portraits and landscape paintings by Sally Duback
In this new body of paintings, Fred Stonehouse returns to set his narrative scenes in more fully described landscapes — something that has been more or less absent in the artist’s work in recent years. As an element of these landscapes, Stonehouse’s abiding theme of water is present in the form of tears, sweat, and pools, but added to this is the motif of waterfalls. The sublime quality of the waterfalls adds a level of enchantment to Stonehouse’s already mythical imaginary spaces and suggests that his afflicted characters have finally reached the “Peaceable Kingdom.” However, there remains the comical suggestion that, even in paradise, there is a constant expectation of impending disaster.