Nathaniel Stern’s internationally exhibited “Compressionist” prints are created when the artist straps a desktop scanner, computing device, and custom-made battery pack to his body, and performs images into existence.
In an era described as the Sixth Great Extinction, plants both rare and familiar are at risk, and climate change is accelerating the loss of unique habitats and species.
Christine Holtz uses the conventions of landscape photography to capture images of our everyday environment, like parking garages and offices.
Prints and paintings by Dorota Biczel Nelson and paintings by Douglas Holst.
In Knight's paintings, drawings, and sculptural objects, components of his expressive language shift mediums in a visual game of search and find.
Baker's intimate abstract paintings use line and color to refer to human relationships and aspects of the natural world like the weather and the passing seasons.
The 2008 Wisconsin Arts Board Visual Arts Fellows were Jennifer Angus, Beth Lipman, Steven Lubahn, Charles Munch, Jim Rose, Natalie Settles, and Fred Stonehouse.
Angus and Hitchcock collaborated on this exploration of the beauties and perils inherent in our relationship with the natural world.
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James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters
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