Drawings from Colin Matthes' daily practice and his Essential Knowledge series.
Alison Gates' textile and paper pieces pose questions about communication, tradition, surface design, feminism, and climate change.
A two-part exhibition featuring artists' prints, ephemera, and accordion books from the extensive collections of artist and curator Stephen Perkins.
Richard Moninski's recent work explores several themes: the systemization of nature, the decorative impulse, the choices between representation and abstraction, and the history and culture of specific places.
Joseph Mougel's Herbarium project is a series of photographs inspired by plant archives and the desire to capture and preserve things that comprise a place.
Dakota Mace weaves her understanding of the symbolic abstractions in the Diné creation story into her artwork.
Kyoung Ae Cho’s patient, collaborative approach to working with natural and recycled materials is a poignant metaphor for our relationship with the environment.
Trained in woodworking, Andrew Redington uses deconstructed vintage furniture to make his sculpture and prints.
Robin Jebavy's paintings describe a shimmering infinite field. Their kaleidoscopic impact is almost hallucinatory, like an ecstatic vision composed in stained glass.
An installation by social artist Borealis, paired with solo exhibitions by Lois Bielefeld and Comfort Wasikhongo.
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Wisconsin Academy Offices
1922 University Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
James Watrous Gallery
3rd Floor, Overture Center for the Arts
201 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: 608.733.6633 x25