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October 9, 2012

"New Photo Expression 2012″ is an exhibit of recent work by photographic artists living and working primarily in Wisconsin. This is our second annual invitational show of local and regional photography. The show opens with a private artist reception on October 18, 2012 and a public opening on October 19, 2012 to correspond with Fall Gallery Night. The gallery is open Thursday through Saturday from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and by appointment. Call the gallery at (800) 737-3715 for more information.

Artists (Some are  CoPA members):

Julia Kozerski . Eddee Daniel . Vicki Reed . Jerry Styberg

Larry D’Attilio . Sarah McEneany . Phil Krejcarek . Patricia Delker

The address is The Marshall Building, 207 East Buffalo Street, Milwaukee WI 53202. 

 

Steven M. Brondino
Blutstein Brondino Fine Art
www.blutstein-brondino.com

(800) 737-3715

March 27, 2014

The Coalition of Photographic Arts and The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are pleased to present Welcoming Summer. Photographs depicting Welcoming Summer have been selected for exhibit and sale in the Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop. The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are dedicated to preserving and promoting Boerner Botanical Gardens and Arboretum as an outstanding regional resource and vital regional asset.

The Coalition of Photographic Arts and The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are pleased to present Welcoming Summer. Photographs depicting Welcoming Summer have been selected for exhibit and sale in the Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop. 
The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are dedicated to preserving and promoting Boerner Botanical Gardens and Arboretum as an outstanding regional resource and vital regional asset. By providing quality educational programs, the Friends stimulate interest in, appreciation for and understanding of horticulture and gardening.
List of Exhibitors:
Phyllis Bankier
Edith Brin
Max Cozzi
Michael Havice
Bob Long, Jr.
Madhavi Parekh
James Poliak

If you go:
Welcoming Summer
April 2 – June 20, 2014
Boerner Botanical Gardens –Gift Shop Gallery
9400 Boerner Drive
Hales Corners, WI 53130

March 21, 2014

Artists Gallery in Racine, Wisconsin is pleased to present photographer Judith Pannozo as the Featured Artist of the Month. The exhibition will consist of two segments.  The first is a portion of the contemporary series Silent Urban Rhythms, based on people going about their lives, finding the in-between moments in chaos.  The second segment includes scenic images, most of which were taken in Italy.

Artists Gallery in Racine, Wisconsin is pleased to present photographer Judith Pannozo as the Featured Artist of the Month. The exhibition will consist of two segments.  The first is a portion of the contemporary series Silent Urban Rhythms, based on people going about their lives, finding the in-between moments in chaos.  The second segment includes scenic images, most of which were taken in Italy.
A resident of Racine, Judith joined Artists Gallery in the fall of 2013. She is a member of the Photographic Society of America, the Houston Center for Photography, and the Coalition of Photographic Arts - Milwaukee.
“I have been given the opportunity to travel, and I travel to photograph.  I believe that photography, in all of its varied spontaneous and meticulous forms, expresses an emotion, captures a moment in time and treasures a memory. It is the combination of art and science technology, capturing light to create an image.”
If you go:

March 12, 2014

You are invited to the solo exhibit,  The New Global Women – Anchored in Tradition, Navigating the Future. This will be a return engagement for Milwaukee photographer Larry D’Attilio, whom you will remember from his last Tamarack exhibit: The Soul of Vietnam, last July of 2012. Larry has returned to Vietnam, continuing his exploration of the complex world of young women emerging from highly evolved yet rigid social/spiritual traditions into modern, sophisticated, cosmopolitan career women. Larry himself has evolved his own media traditions to express this complexity. Through Larry’s new abstractions, the struggles, fears, aspirations, and tensions of these women become palpable to us in ways far beyond what is possible with the simple portrait. These are very large prints, and utterly arresting in their impact.

You are invited to the solo exhibit,  The New Global Women – Anchored in Tradition, Navigating the Future. This will be a return engagement for Milwaukee photographer Larry D’Attilio, whom you will remember from his last Tamarack exhibit: The Soul of Vietnam, last July of 2012. Larry has returned to Vietnam, continuing his exploration of the complex world of young women emerging from highly evolved yet rigid social/spiritual traditions into modern, sophisticated, cosmopolitan career women. Larry himself has evolved his own media traditions to express this complexity. Through Larry’s new abstractions, the struggles, fears, aspirations, and tensions of these women become palpable to us in ways far beyond what is possible with the simple portrait. These are very large prints, and utterly arresting in their impact.

March 3, 2014

Rick Guidotti is a world-renowned fashion photographer who has begun to challenge our conception of beauty and enrich our understanding of the human condition with his stunning portraits of individuals who possess genetic differences.  His work has been featured on national broadcast news.  An exhibit of his photographs will be on display the week of March 31 at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). 

Rick Guidotti is a world-renowned fashion photographer who has begun to challenge our conception of beauty and enrich our understanding of the human condition with his stunning portraits of individuals who possess genetic differences.  His work has been featured on national broadcast news.  An exhibit of his photographs will be on display the week of March 31 at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). 

March 3, 2014

The Charles Allis Art Museum, 1801 N. Prospect Ave, is pleased to announce the return of FORWARD: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now, opening Friday, March 7 through Sunday, June 29, 2014.  FORWARD 2014: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now is their biennial, juried exhibition of Wisconsin artists. Laurie Winters, Executive Director | CEO of the Museum of Wisconsin Art, was the juror for more than 250 entries and the final selections represent a range of current artistic production from around the state. CoPA members Martha Coaty, Vicki Reed, Jessica Z. Schafer, Dale Van Minsel and William Zuback have work in this exhibition.

The Charles Allis Art Museum, 1801 N. Prospect Ave, is pleased to announce the return of FORWARD: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now, opening Friday, March 7 through Sunday, June 29, 2014.  FORWARD 2014: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now is their biennial, juried exhibition of Wisconsin artists. Laurie Winters, Executive Director | CEO of the Museum of Wisconsin Art, was the juror for more than 250 entries and the final selections represent a range of current artistic production from around the state. CoPA members Martha Coaty, Vicki Reed, Jessica Z. Schafer, Dale Van Minsel and William Zuback have work in this exhibition.
The exhibition opens Friday, March 7 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Those in attendance will choose the $100 Viewers’ Choice Award. All juried awards and prizes will also be announced at the opening.

February 25, 2014

“Welcoming Summer”
Coalition of Photographic Arts at the
Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop Gallery

Exhibition Dates: April 2 to June 20, 2014
Call to CoPA Photographers:
CoPA members are invited to submit two images for display at the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens (FBBG) Gift Shop Gallery. Thirty-five images will be selected for exhibit and sale in the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop Gallery.

“Welcoming Summer”
Coalition of Photographic Arts at the
Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop Gallery

Exhibition Dates: April 2 to June 20, 2014
Call to CoPA Photographers:
CoPA members are invited to submit two images for display at the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens (FBBG) Gift Shop Gallery. Thirty-five images will be selected for exhibit and sale in the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop Gallery. 
Theme:  “Welcoming Summer”

January 17, 2014

The Coalition of Photographic Arts and The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are pleased to present the Promise of Spring. Photographs depicting the Promise of Springhave been selected for exhibit and sale in the Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop. The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are dedicated to preserving and promoting Boerner Botanical Gardens and Arboretum as an outstanding regional resource and vital regional asset. By providing quality educational programs, the Friends stimulate interest in, appreciation for and understanding of horticulture and gardening.

The Coalition of Photographic Arts and The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are pleased to present the Promise of Spring. Photographs depicting the Promise of Springhave been selected for exhibit and sale in the Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop. 
The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are dedicated to preserving and promoting Boerner Botanical Gardens and Arboretum as an outstanding regional resource and vital regional asset. By providing quality educational programs, the Friends stimulate interest in, appreciation for and understanding of horticulture and gardening.
List of Exhibitors:
Phyllis Baniker
Max Cozzi
Colleen Gunderson
Geri Laehn
Tracy Lenz
Jan Massie
Charles Norman
Madhavi Perekh
James Poliak
Jerry Styberg
Rikki Thompson
Meredith Watts
Steven Yeo
If you go:
Promise of Spring
January 26 – March 28, 2014

January 11, 2014

The Milwaukee Art Museum hosts the second Milwaukee installment of Postcards from America, with Magnum photographers Alessandra Sanguinetti, Jacob Aue Sobol, and Donovan Wylie. Magnum was founded as a photographic cooperative in 1947; the Postcards project invites a group of these photographers to our city to capture the particular qualities unique to the area, during different seasons.

Hear about the second Milwaukee installment of Postcards from America, with Magnum photographers Alessandra Sanguinetti, Jacob Aue Sobol, and Donovan Wylie. Magnum was founded as a photographic cooperative in 1947; the Postcards project invites a group of these photographers to our city to capture the particular qualities unique to the area, during different seasons.

Postcards from America is generously supported in Milwaukee by the Herzfeld Foundation.

Milwaukee Art Museum, Lubar Auditorium
Thursday, January 23, 2014, 6:15 PM
Free with Museum admission

January 11, 2014

Presented by the Historic Third Ward Association, the 26-year-old Gallery Night and Day is the premier art event in Milwaukee for both the experienced art connoisseur and the beginning admirer. An evening of gallery hopping and art viewing begins Friday, January 17 and continues during the day on Saturday, January 18. This winter, the quarterly event showcases 40 venues throughout the downtown Milwaukee area. Walker's Point Center for the Arts (WPCA) is proud to host the Coalition of Photographic Arts’ (CoPA) Annual Juried Photo Exhibition and also the WPCA Featured Member Exhibition: Paul Matzner

Presented by the Historic Third Ward Association, the 26-year-old Gallery Night and Day is the premier art event in Milwaukee for both the experienced art connoisseur and the beginning admirer. An evening of gallery hopping and art viewing begins Friday, January 17 and continues during the day on Saturday, January 18. This winter, the quarterly event showcases 40 venues throughout the downtown Milwaukee area.

January 10, 2014

Menomonee Valley Partners, Inc. and Zimmerman Architectural Studios announce the launch of a newly created Menomonee Valley Artist in Residency Pilot Program for 2014. The residency will focus attention on interconnections between culture, community and ecology in the Valley. As the inaugural Artist in Residence, photographer Eddee Daniel brings to the role a vision of the Menomonee Valley as a dynamic and vital part of the fabric of Milwaukee, where economic and community development is integrated with parks and natural areas.

Menomonee Valley Partners, Inc. and Zimmerman Architectural Studios announce the launch of a newly created Menomonee Valley Artist in Residency Pilot Program for 2014. The residency will focus attention on interconnections between culture, community and ecology in the Valley. As the inaugural Artist in Residence, photographer Eddee Daniel brings to the role a vision of the Menomonee Valley as a dynamic and vital part of the fabric of Milwaukee, where economic and community development is integrated with parks and natural areas. Daniel will be working out of the offices of Zimmerman Architectural Studios. The residency opens to the public on gallery night, January 17, when a display of Daniel’s work will be exhibited at Zimmerman, 2122 W. Mount Vernon Ave., Milwaukee, WI.

December 23, 2013

Call for Photographs:

CoPA members are invited to submit two images for display at the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens (FBBG) Gift Shop.   Fifteen images will be selected for exhibit and sale in the Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop. 

 

 “Promise of Spring”

Coalition of Photographic Art at the

Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop

 

Exhibition Dates: January 26 – February 20, 2014

 

Call for Photographs:

CoPA members are invited to submit two images for display at the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens (FBBG) Gift Shop.   Fifteen images will be selected for exhibit and sale in the Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop. 

Theme:  “Promise of Spring” Artistic images depicting the “Promise of Spring.”

Venue:Boerner Botanical Gardens, Gift Shop, 9400 Boerner Drive, Hales Corners, WI 53130

November 20, 2013

CoPA member Martha Coaty's photograph Fog Induction is included in the 38th Annual Juried Exhibit at The Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay WI, and received a  Special Merit award. The exhibit includes 42 artists from Door, Brown, Manitowoc, Kewaunee and Oconto counties. A total of 55 works, all in two-dimensional media, were selected.

CoPA member Martha Coaty's photograph Fog Inductionis included in the 38th Annual Juried Exhibit at The Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay WI, and received a Special Merit award. Regarding Fog Induction, Coaty says "Lake freighters such as the Herbert C. Jackson near 700 feet in length and carry 25,000 tons of cargo throughout the Great Lakes waterway.  The Jackson hauls iron ore, grain, stone or coal.  Lakers dock in Sturgeon Bay for winter lay-up.  On this cold day, a loud noise of steam releasing from the Jackson caught my attention.  The fog and silhouette of men moved in and out with the wind.  I made this picture in black and white in reference to the many shipwrecks and loss of crew members on the Great Lakes and to the long lives of the vessels themselves."

The Miller Art Museum's 38th Annual Juried Exhibit includes 42 artists from Door, Brown, Manitowoc, Kewaunee and Oconto counties. A total of 55 works, all in two-dimensional media, were selected for this exhibition.

If you go:

November 9, 2013

The Coalition of Photographic Arts - Milwaukee and Walker’s Point Center for the Arts are pleased to present CoPA’s 7th Annual Midwest Juried Photo Exhibition, an annual opportunity for emerging and established artists from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota to exhibit their contemporary photography.  This year’s juror is Karen Irvine, Curator and Associate Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago.

The Coalition of Photographic Arts - Milwaukee and Walker’s Point Center for the Arts are pleased to present CoPA’s 7th Annual Midwest Juried Photo Exhibition, an annual opportunity for emerging and established artists from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota to exhibit their contemporary photography.  This year’s juror is Karen Irvine, Curator and Associate Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago.

About the Juror:
Karen Irvine is Curator and Associate Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP) at Columbia College Chicago.
She has organized over forty exhibitions of contemporary photography at the MoCP and other institutions and written essays for numerous artist monographs and magazines. Irvine is a part-time instructor of photography at Columbia College Chicago. She received an MFA in photography from FAMU, Prague, Czech Republic, and an MA in art history from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

List of Exhibitors:

November 7, 2013

Doors open at 6:00 pm

Kasana Cafe    

241 N Broadway

Doors open at 6:00 pm

 

Kasana Cafe    

241 N Broadway
Suite LL-2
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Neighborhood: Third Ward

September 24, 2013

Submissions are now open for the 7th Annual Midwest Juried Exhibition, to be held at Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, 839 S. 5th St., Milwaukee WI 53204. This year's esteemed juror is Karen Irvine, curator and associate director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP) at Columbia College Chicago.

Exhibition Dates: December 6, 2013 –January 18, 2014

Submissions are now open for the 7th Annual Midwest Juried Exhibition, to be held at Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, 839 S. 5th St., Milwaukee WI 53204

Exhibition Dates: December 6, 2013 –January 18, 2014

 

KAREN IRVINE, JUROR

Karen Irvine is Curator and Associate Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago.

She has organized over forty exhibitions of contemporary photography at the MoCP and other institutions and written essays for numerous artist monographs and magazines. Irvine is a part-time instructor of photography at Columbia College Chicago. She received an MFA in photography from FAMU, Prague, Czech Republic, and an MA in art history from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Eligibility

This juried exhibition is open to all photographic artists who reside in Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, and Iowa, who may submit up to four entries with a $40, non-refundable entry fee. There is no fee for active/paid CoPA members; this is considered a membership benefit.

September 16, 2013

The beauty and restorative power of water will fill the Community Room Art Gallery at Unitarian Universalist Church West from August 29 through October 10, 2013. Featuring the work of local artists Ellen Anderson, Cari Bravo, Andrea Guzzetta, Brad Krause, Jim Maki, Sarah Seifert, Jerry Styberg, and Steven Yeo, Water Art benefits the Milwaukee Riverkeeper, whose mission is to protect water quality and wildlife habitat in the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic River corridors and to advocate for sound land use in these watersheds.

The beauty and restorative power of water will fill the Community Room Art Gallery at Unitarian Universalist Church West (UUCW) from August 29 through October 10, 2013. 

Featuring the work of local artists Ellen Anderson, Cari Bravo, Andrea Guzzetta, Brad Krause, Jim Maki, Sarah Seifert, Jerry Styberg, and Steven Yeo, Water Art benefits the Milwaukee Riverkeeper, whose mission is to protect water quality and wildlife habitat in the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic River corridors and to advocate for sound land use in these watersheds. 

September 8, 2013

KNOCK KNOCK is the theme of Doors Open Milwaukee 2013, because it is doing just that. This year, the event is expanding its scope and knocking on the doors of some new Milwaukee sites, such as the Wisconsin Gas Building, Soldiers Home, Century City Business Park (formerly A.O. Smith/Tower Automotive), The Moderne, Polaris at the Hyatt Regency, Global Water Center and Bryant's Cocktail Lounge. Also new to Doors Open this year are sites from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative, such as Sherman Park Commons Senior Living Center, Villard Square Branch Library, Shrager AuctionGalleries and much more.

KNOCK KNOCK is the theme of Doors Open Milwaukee 2013, because it is doing just that. This year, the event is expanding its scope and knocking on the doors of some new Milwaukee sites, such as the Wisconsin Gas Building, Soldiers Home, Century City Business Park (formerly A.O. Smith/Tower Automotive), The Moderne, Polaris at the Hyatt Regency, Global Water Center and Bryant's Cocktail Lounge. Also new to Doors Open this year are sites from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative, such as Sherman Park Commons Senior Living Center, Villard Square Branch Library, Shrager Auction Galleries and much more.

September 1, 2013

Sara Risley will be the first photographic artist to share work at the River Edge Gallery in Thiensville Wisconsin. Her solo show "Enigma Variations" opens on Friday September 13th, 2013, with a reception from 5-8pm.  "Enigma Variations", inspired by the mysterious classical symphony of the same name by Edward Elgar, will feature new work by Risley on metal and watercolor paper.

Sara Risley will be the first photographic artist to share work at the River Edge Gallery in Thiensville Wisconsin. Her solo show Enigma Variations opens on Friday September 13th, 2013, with a reception from 5-8pm.  Enigma Variations, inspired by the mysterious classical symphony of the same name by Edward Elgar, will feature new work by Risley on metal and watercolor paper.

"As I was creating much of the work for this show, I listened to a piece of music called Nimrod, part of a classical symphony by Elgar commonly referred to as Enigma Variations. The word enigma is from the Latin aenigma meaning to speak in riddles.  For Elgar, the enigma was a hidden theme among the 14 movements or variations of his symphony.  He never revealed the secret though there has been much speculation since its debut.  He was pleased with his little joke and took that secret to his grave. 

September 1, 2013

Dr. Meredith Watts and his wife and research partner, Simone Ferro, will be giving a lecture on their Brazil research at the University of Wisconsin-Washington County (West Bend) on Tuesday evening, September 17, at 6:30. The Friends of Matt Zillig are sponsoring a social featuring Brazil food samples immediately following this lecture. The UWWC art gallery will be open before and after the lecture, and will feature a photography display of Brazil by Dr. Watts.

Dr. Meredith Watts and his wife and research partner, Simone Ferro, will be giving a lecture on their Brazil research at the University of Wisconsin-Washington County (West Bend) on Tuesday evening, September 17, at 6:30.  

The Friends of Matt Zillig are sponsoring a social featuring Brazil food samples immediately following this lecture. The UWWC art gallery will be open before and after the lecture, and will feature a photography display of Brazil by Dr. Watts.

If you go:

Cultural Traditions
Discovering Brazil's rich cultural traditions of music, dance and Carnaval

Tuesday September 17 2013 at 6:30 p.m.

University of Wisconsin-Washington County, Room 201

For further information: meredith@uwm.edu

July 29, 2013

CoPA members Colleen Gunderson, Geri Laehn, Roy Schmidt and Steven Yeo, along with Thomas Moran, will have work on exhibit in The Spring City Fine Art Photographers 4th Annual August Art Show at Studio 723 in Waukesha. The show takes place on Saturday August 3rd during the Waukesha Art Crawl, and includes a "meet the artists" reception from 5-9 pm.

CoPA members Colleen Gunderson, Geri Laehn, Roy Schmidt and Steven Yeo, along with Thomas Moran, will have work on exhibit in The Spring City Fine Art Photographers 4th Annual August Art Show at Studio 723 in Waukesha. The show takes place on Saturday August 3rd during the Waukesha Art Crawl, and includes a "meet the artists" reception from 5-9 pm.

If you go:

The Spring City Fine Art Photographers 4th Annual August Art Show

Saturday August 3, 2013

Studio 723

723 Clinton Street, Waukesha, Wisconsin

262.391.3903

http://www.springcityphotographers.com/

For further information, contact Geri Laehn: gerilaehn@gmail.com

This exhibit is free and open to the public.

July 3, 2013

Are you a fan of auto racing?  Learn how to get the shots you see in the magazines. CoPA member Roy Schmidt will be teaching an "Auto Racing Photography" class on Thursday, July 11 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Art's Cameras Plus in Greenfield, WI. Roy has photographed Indy cars, NASCAR and short-tracks around the Midwest. In this two hour class, you’ll learn the best setting to stop action or get the feeling of motion in your picture.  Roy will help you choose the best vantage points, and how to anticipate what’s going to happen before it actually does.  You’ll even be prepared for the all-important post-race events.

June 21, 2013

CoPA member PJ Boylan's photographs “Immortality” and "Nautilus" were chosen for the Juried Photography Show at the Anderson Arts Center in Kenosha, WI. An opening reception will be held on Sunday June 23 from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m., including presentation of awards at 2:15.

CoPA member PJ Boylan's photographs “Immortality” and "Nautilus" were chosen for the Juried Photography Show at the Anderson Arts Center in Kenosha, WI. An opening reception will be held on Sunday June 23 from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m., including presentation of awards at 2:15. 
If you go:
Juried Photography Show

June 23–August 4, 2013
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays through Sunday: 1-4 p.m. (Closed Mondays)
Anderson Arts Center

121 Sixty-Sixth Street, Kenosha, WI 53143
262.653.0481

For further information, visit the website: http://www.andersonartscenter.com/
This exhibit is free and open to the public.

June 13, 2013

CoPA member Colleen Gunderson's photographs “Fog Fence” and "Windowsill in Winter" were chosen for Visions XV, a juried exhibition featuring art in various media, at the Riverfront Arts Center in Stevens Point, WI. "Fog Fence" received an Honorable Mention. On display through July 21, Visions XV features new works by 70 local and regional artists. This multimedia exhibition represents of a variety of creative expression; including ceramics, mixed media, photography, watercolor, wood sculpture and more.

CoPA member Colleen Gunderson's photographs “Fog Fence” and "Windowsill in Winter" were chosen for Visions XV, a juried exhibition featuring art in various media, at the Riverfront Arts Center in Stevens Point, WI. "Fog Fence" received an Honorable Mention.
On display through July 21, Visions XV features new works by 70 local and regional artists. This multimedia exhibition represents of a variety of creative expression; including ceramics, mixed media, photography, watercolor, wood sculpture and more. Juror Dan O'Neal states the work chosen is "authentic...with a voice of its own", manifested "in the brilliant use of materials, colors, and/or audacity of usage in unique ways".
If you go:
Visions XV

June 13–July 21, 2013
Riverfront Arts Center

1200 Crosby Avenue, Stevens Point, WI 54481
715.343.6251

This exhibit is free and open to the public.