My paintings abstractly record memories and feelings of some aspect of nature – the sky, a body of water, leaves blowing in the wind. Nature isn’t just “out there,” however, it is also within us. We are as much a part of nature as anything we experience outdoors. Our world on the outside as well as on the inside is complex, beautiful, and filled with energy. This energy gives and receives. It pushes forward and pulls back. It’s soft yet powerful. I try to capture that.
Explore from around the globe fine minerals, with astounding colors and impressive natural sculptures which are sure to please everyone. Shop and browse through our impressive mineral showcases and start your very own personal collection. Crystal forms create decorative displays. Knowledgeable and helpful experts will be available during the show, as well as Wednesday-Friday 11-5, and by request.
CR Davidson Art is pleased to announce a debut exhibition of portraiture artworks, completed over the last year. The exhibition, called “I’m Looking Through You,” by Delafield, Wisconsin artist Karon Bloo Marine shows works in acrylics and oils, and also transformed objects. Marine paints in the “outsider” tradition. This is her first solo show. Yet these portraits are insider paintings: catching friends, family and strangers in the act of thinking and being, revealing their passions and preoccupations. Her son, Clay Markley, will provide original acoustic music.
Join Gallery 218 as we start our 30th year! Gallery artists Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, JoAnne O’Hare, Martha Coaty, Scott Onsager, Lew Cadkin and Carol Liesenfelder will be present to meet and greet guests. Contemporary painting. photography, mixed media and clay. Light appetizers and cash bar. Live jazz by Keith Wathling and friends. Located on the second floor of the Marshall Building. Regular hours are Saturdays 12-5pm.
Recent paintings inspired by my love of water. I feel gifted and blessed to have been born on the shores of Lake Michigan. I loosely paint what I see with liberties taken on detail and color. I try not to over complicate – my work is always striving to say more with less. (Curtis is represented by Edgewood Orchard Gallery.) Please stop in to view the beautiful artwork and enjoy appetizers and beverages!
With over 300 works of art from over 70 distinct artists, Lily Pad Gallery West provides the finest quality realism, naturalism, impressionism, and abstract works of art. Join us this weekend in welcoming artist David Dunlop as our artist in residence! A special temporary exhibition, “David Dunlop: Landmarked,” will be on display, featuring new work by the artist exploring the intersections of the natural and build environment. Meet the artist and enjoy refreshments and conversation.
6900+ Square Feet of Creativity! 20+ artists, galleries, and arts related businesses. Material Studios + Gallery is a space for artists to create, produce and develop their entrepreneurial practice. We offer the community an intimate look into the process of creating, the opportunity to develop a relationship with the artists and to contribute to their success. Material also houses arts organizations that fuel the health and well being of the local economy.
This exhibition features works made from or themed around bones by 30+ Wisconsin artists. The exhibit is inspired by Clark’s research at repositories of bones that have accrued in countries where mass violence has occurred.
The WDCC presents diverse work from featured members. Artists to include: Jacqueline Bevan (Mixed Media), Prudence Canfield (Mixed Media), Janet Hubbard (Jewelry), Maria Knier (Mixed Media), Rebecca Nicholas (Ceramics), and Jean Wells (Ceramics). As well as a preview of the Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council Biennial Members Exhibition, “Makers & Masters…Tradition in Transition,” opening January 24th at the Plymouth Arts Center.
an exhibition of contemporary painting and sculpture, focuses on intense hue and abstraction. The exhibition includes new paintings by Derrick Buisch, Terrence Coffman, Ben Grant, Michael Hedges, Shane McAdams, Clarence Morgan, Jason Rohlf, and T.L. Solien, and metal and glass sculpture by Jeremy Popelka and Richard Taylor.