The opening of the “Watercolor
Wisconsin 2012” exhibition was a watery affair in more ways than one. Outside
the grand old house, known in Racine as the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine
Arts, water poured from grey skies
If the human body is a canvas, then tattooing and piercing deserves the status of art. Fittingly, then, human canvases and body art are the focus of a new exhibition called “Flesh. Metal. Ink,” now on display at the Walkers Point Center for the Arts. Curated by Gene Evans of Milwaukee’s Luckystar Studio, the . . .