Reflections on Feminism
Martha Wilson and regional artists at the Portrait Society Gallery
â€śThe Personal is Political: Martha Wilson and MKEâ€ť opens on Saturday, June 8 with a reception held from 6-9 p.m. The exhibition will be displayed through July 14 at the Portrait Society Gallery, 207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 526.
â€śHere and Now: New Works on Canvas by David Schaeferâ€ť
Katie Gingrass Gallery
207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 100
Visit the Katie Gingrass Gallery to take in the works of Neo-Impressionist, David Schaefer. Using densely textured oil paint, the artistâ€™s work explores the nature of light, shadow and reflection as interpreted by the human eye. Displaying with Schaefer is student artist Michael Ware, whose abstract ceramics evoke the organic forms of the natural world. â€śHere and Nowâ€ť opens on Saturday, June 8, with a reception from 12-3 p.m. The exhibit runs through July 31.
â€śSky/Water: David A. Sear Solo Exhibitionâ€ť
2622 N. Wauwatosa Ave.
Wauwatosaâ€™s Gallery 2622 displays new artworks by David A. Sear. Sweeping and atmospheric, these charcoal, acrylic and colored pencil works depict the rolling hills and mirrored lakes of beautiful Manitowoc, Wis. The exhibit opens on Friday, June 7 with a reception from 6-9 p.m., and will be displayed through June 30. Gallery 2622 is open by appointment; call 414-257-2622.