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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Timothy Cobb Fine Arts reopens in the Marshall Building

 On July 12-13, the Marshall Building’s newest resident gallery, Timothy Cobb Fine Arts (TCFA), officially opens. Displaying 17th-21st-century paintings and decorative art objects from the United States, Europe and Asia, Cobb’s
Monday, June 10, 2013

Emilie Clark gets to the bottom of life and death

 Call it “channeling compost,” but be advised that artist Emilie Clark’s vision goes well beyond the compost-rich soil in the larger, lush plot known as Lynden Sculpture Garden, 2145 W. Brown Deer Road. It reaches deep into the
Monday, June 10, 2013

‘30 Americans’ at the Milwaukee Art Museum

 Join the Milwaukee Art Museum in celebrating works by modern African American artists that span the 1970s through to the present. With subject matter encompassing race, politics, history, sexuality and gender, and
06.05.2013 | | Posted at 11:39 AM

Emilie Clark in the Garden with the Four "R's"

By Peggy Sue
For the Wisconsin summer, the Lynden Sculpture Garden imports New York artist Emilie Clark’s exhibition titled “Sweet Corruptions,” while they continue their thought provoking series, “Women, Nature, Science.” Clark’s installations “In the Garden,” seen and used on a June Sunday was a prelude to the season itself when walking through the monumental art on the groun...
06.03.2013 | | Posted at 11:01 AM

Artist Emilie Clark on Compost, Domestic Life and Ecology, Part I

By Peggy Sue
In a continuation of the Lynden Sculpture Garden’s Series “Women, Nature, Science," the exhibtion “Emiiie Clark: Sweet Corruptions” opened June 2 on what evolved into a day with bright sunshine overlooking the vibrant green acreage from all Wisconsin's May rain. Clark had travelled from the East Coast to be at the gardens the past few days to oversee several components to her complex and...
Thursday, May 30, 2013

‘Treasures from the Allis Collection’

Visit the Charles Allis Decorative Art Museum for an exhibit that unveils the immense history within the museum’s walls. As a wealthy industrialist at the turn of the 20th century, Charles Allis was uniquely suited to engage his
04.11.2013 | | Posted at 08:24 PM

Exhibition Series on Women, Science and Nature Opens

By Peggy Sue
The Lynden Sculpture Garden recently opened what they define as “the first in a series of occasional exhibitions” under the overall theme of  “Women, Science and Nature.” At the April 7 opening this month, a fiber artist introduced the series in the exhibition “Shelia Held: Rappaccini’s Daughter.” The Wauwatosa artist works on a loom at the age-old art of weaving. While Held...
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013
 The Lynden Sculpture Garden finds artistic benefits in Milwaukee’s chilly weather.Jessica Meuninck-Ganger and Nathaniel Stern return from a trip to South Africa to present their exhibition “Surfacing”
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013

Kevin Giese: Winter Chapel (4)

 Fifty-plus years ago as a teen seeking the “meaning of contentment,” I listened to Elvis wail “Crying in the Chapel” and decided it was strictly cornball. My mature preferences lead me to the spiritual highs discovered in woodlands
01.04.2013 | | Posted at 12:05 AM

Art & Cultural Initiative Housed inside Sweet Water

By Peggy Sue
Bay View’s Sweet Water Organics, a leader in urban agriculture, will be expanding to house an experimental art/cultural space directly inside the facility that already grows hydroponic crops. By naming the cultural undertaking ReciproCITY, Sweet Water plans to inspire artists, architects, media, scientists, scholars and a host of other interested professionals to push the cul...

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