Deeply concerned about our global future, these artists make exquisite work that considers our fragile present from the perspective of deep time.
Jack Damer will share insights and answer questions about his work, his techniques, and his career as a professor at UW.
Wisconsin printmaker William Weege’s legacy lies with the artists he worked with and the land he restored, as well as in his own groundbreaking creations.
When people think of Wisconsin, they think of farms. While farms both large and small dot our pastoral lanscapes, images of cows, barns, and cornfields are almost as ubiquitous.
Solo exhibitions by Craig Blietz (Sister Bay) and S.V. Medaris (Mount Horeb).
Leap. It’s a word that artist and amateur naturalist Gaylord Schanilec uses frequently. In fact, Schanilec lives by the leap, often choosing artistic projects that require him to leap, both technically and conceptually.
Gaylord Schanilec is internationally known for his exquisite wood engravings, letterpress printing, and handmade books.
Side-by-side solo exhibitions: mezzotints by Douglas Bosley and drawings by Scott Espeseth.
Randall Berndt's drawings and paintings are inspired by the lives of famous artists and other art, the mysteries of our place in nature, and historical events filtered through literature and mythology. Christine Styles' Stories of the Heart series are woodcuts that reflect on the roles our hearts play: physically, symbolically, spiritually, metaphorically, personally, and inventively.
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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