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Selected Visions: The 2010 Wisconsin Arts Board Visual Arts Fellows

April 23, 2010 to June 13, 2010
Overture Center for the Arts James Watrous Gallery 201 State St., 3rd Flr.3 • Madison

Contributors

Born in Milwaukee in 1966, Reginald Baylor favors painting with acrylics on canvas but has made excursions into other media.  His work has been exhibited in museums with increasing frequency since 2004, and continues to evolve stylistically.

Jessica Calderwood is an image-maker and sculptor that works primarily with the mediums of metal, enamel, and esoteric crafts.  She uses a combination of traditional and industrial metalworking processes as a means to make statements about contemporary life.

Lisa Gralnick was born in New York in 1956, and received an MFA degree in Metalsmithing from SUNY at New Paltz in 1980 under Professors Kurt Matzdorf and Robert Ebendorf.  She is currently Professor of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 

 

Knight recieved her M.F.A. in Painting from Washington University in St. Louis, MO in 1991.  She is currently an Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Shayna studiedied Russian literature, glassblowing, and classical piano while completing her Bachelors of Art degree in Philosophy at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California.

Rosenberg recieved his M.F.A. in Performance/Video from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1985.  His work in video and video installation has been shown both in the United States and internationally in museums, galleries, on Public Television and in festivals around the world.

Born in Fargo, North Dakota in 1949, Solien earned a BFA from Moorhead State University, Moorhead Minnesota, and an MFA in Painting and Sculpture from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Roy F. Staab is an internationally known artist who has made a variety of sculptures throughout Europe, America and Japan.  He projects the ephemera of life in his work and prefers the forces of nature to enhance and dismantle it.

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