Artists Join Forces in Marshall Building
inside the building will assist visitors with locating galleries and merchants,
as well as provide suggestions to those interested in a particular art form.
Refreshments and entertainment on alternate floors will help to sustain
visitors hoping to visit each of the evening’s participants.
Building Manager Bob
DeToro has encouraged both established and new artists to create ventures in
the Marshall Building. Gallery 218 found a space here six years ago, while just
this month Morgan Oldenburg opened SPILL on the lower level.
For the Sept. 10 event,
Portrait Society Gallery owner Debra Brehmer hosts photographers J. Shimon and
J. Lindemann to sign catalogs from the current “Real Photo Postcard Survey
Project.” In October, Bridget Griffith Evans and Gene Evans plan to incorporate
their two working studios into one, large third-floor space that will
reintroduce Luckystar Studio.
creative living merchants, fabric designers, fine artists, framers, gallery
owners, interior designers and photographers contribute to a growing collective
that aims to develop into a solidified organization. Looking to the future, the
Marshall Building plans to establish interactive events between the seasonal
Gallery Night and Day offerings to engage the community with fresh, creative
The premiere event in
September provides an opportunity for visitors to ask questions and learn more
about collecting or producing art, as well as incorporating art into their
daily environments at a home or business. A complete list of venues is
available inside the building; further questions may be directed to Gallery
218’s Judith Hooks by calling (414) 643-1732.
Also on Sept. 10, from 5-8 p.m., Tory Folliard Gallery hosts a reception to introduce new exhibits by Terrence James Coffman and Brook Slane.