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Leslie Iwai, from the installation "Daughter Cells," 2016.

Leslie Iwai’s installation for the James Watrous Gallery, Daughter Cells: Inheritance, Separation and Survival, is an investigation of family relationships at both the cellular and emotional level: what we inherit, how we separate, and what we choose to retain and pass on. 

Kupinsky and Welch Opening Reception

Solo shows by two artists exploring memory and identity through narrative experiences.

Materials from Sandra Byers' studio

A visit to Sandra Byers' ceramic studio in Rock Springs, WI.

Each of the 100 glowing tongues of Voices carries a unique colloquial term. Photo by  Kai Stanecki.

Olbrich Botanical Gardens GLEAM exhibition fuses light and sculpture

An interview with Rafael Francisco Salas about his 2015 exhibition Wasted Days & Wasted Nights.

An interview with artist Craig Clifford about his 2015 exhibition Fragments.

Where some might see a big field of junk, FAST Company owner Darren Schauf sees the lifeblood of his business

An interview with artist Brandon Norsted about his exhibition The Purchase of Deep Water.

LOGJAM features sculpture and prints by​ three artists for whom wood--from saplings and underbrush to massive old-growth stumps--is a primary material.

David McLimans, Photo Credit: Patrick JB Flynn

GONE WILD: David McLimans will include a selection of the artist’s exquisite collages, gently humorous sculptures made with found materials, and sophisticated editorial illustrations.

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