The American West has awed generations of Americans. From the first settlers trying to reach the West Coast in search of gold, to the countless family road trips, and to the adventurers who seek quite refuge from the outside world. These photos attempt to showcase all the American West has to offer by highlighted some of the best sites from Colorado, Arizona, and Utah. It is expansive, it is diverse, and has Gustave Flaubert says “Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.”
Milwaukee Pets Alive is holding a first-of-its-kind fundraising event called “Pawcasso Gallery Night” on Friday, July 16. Original works of art donated by artists will be on display and all pieces are of or relating to companion animals. The art you see will be available for sale with all proceeds benefiting the special needs and considerations animals rescued by Milwaukee Pets Alive. The event is free and open to the public, but guests who would like to make a $10 donation will receive one free drink and access to an appetizer spread.
Colorful contemporary art that makes you think, dream and wonder.
Welcome back! We are celebrating our 30th and 31st anniversary years together. Painting, photography, clay sculpture, mixed media. On Friday night meet our artists, enjoy appetizers by Larry’s Market and Shully’s, and live jazz by String Theory. Artists: Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, Scott Onsager, Carol Liesenfelder, Denise Presnell, Hillary Johnson, William J Mueller II. We are following current CDC and City of Milwaukee guidelines for capacity and masks. Artists applications accepted all year round. Regular hours are Saturdays 12-5pm or by appointment. Gallery 218 is now available for private event rental.
Gallery Night and Day at Gallery 2o7 features works by multiple local artists. The Asphalt Collection is a new body of work by Jeanne Nikolai Olivieri, inspired by walks on her asphalt-paved street during the pandemic.
These recycled materials paintings are a comparison of ideograms used in messaging and the web to enunciate our emotions, that leave a lot to assume for the receiver. 😉
A well-known still life tradition of the 17th-century Dutch masters, vanitas uses symbolism as reminders of death’s inevitability. In contrast, the artists of “Vanitas: Contemporary Florals” reinvent this tradition through an optimistic lens, allowing the beauty of a blossom and the hope of Spring’s rebirth to act as symbols of life’s resilience. We invite you to join us as we celebrate this promise of new life.
Postp(own)ed is an exhibition of over 30 works and programming by Milwaukee area artists whose works were not able to be completed and/or presented to the intended degree due to complications from COVID-19.
Exhibiting artists include collaborators Amie Brownfield and Troy Schoultz, Katherine Cannistra, Frank Korb, and Christine Westrich. Core programming is presented by Melissa Mursch-Rodriguez, featuring Mikey Cody Apollo and Araceli Zuniga.
**Please note: The map number on the printed brochure is incorrect. Please enjoy the show at the Milwaukee Ballet, then visit us just three blocks west.
The gallery and studio of May Klisch features the collected works of this Singapore-born Asian American. Her works range from representation to abstraction, often disrupted realism.
Come see Milwaukee Ballet dancers rehearsing in our new building on Jackson Street Friday, July 16. Dancers will be rehearsing for Ballet Beat, a free series of summer performances and activities across the greater Milwaukee area. Find our dancers around town for show teasers and for two full, outdoor performances at St. Ann’s Indaba Band Shell (July 28) and Marcus Performing Arts Center’s Peck Pavilion (July 31), joined by other local artists for our pre-show experiences and workshops.
**Please note: The map number on the printed brochure is incorrect. Please enjoy the show at MARN on Broadway, then visit us just three blocks east.
The MIAD Juried Senior Exhibition is an annual exhibition showcasing the best work of MIAD seniors, as selected by faculty in their major area of study. This year, the exhibition features posters of students’ art and design work.
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Featuring limited edition archival giclees by Kote & Packard: J. Kote’s paintings are symphonies of light and color that are lyrically stunning and romantic, edgy and current. Kote achieves this delicate balance through his complete mastery in technique, and his own unique style.
Anne Packard’s art delights and inspires. Her painting evokes the surge of relentlessly driven winter seas as well as the tranquil planes of dunes at rest, or an inviting narrow trail winding through sharp bladed dune grasses.
View works by Wisconsin artist Sally Duback, as well as creations by artist, printmaker, and author Barbara Manger.
Small-sized framed photographs of Milwaukee by Steven Bauer, Cindy Lesky and Elyse Mielach on display. Great way to start your original art collection!
Summer in Wisconsin highlights the extraordinary talent in Wisconsin art featuring paintings, drawings, sculpture, and photography by the state’s best-known contemporary artists. It is the gallery’s largest and most diverse exhibition of the year!