Think Spring: Guests received a rare glimpse of spring at Samara
Garden and Home’s indoor garden party. Visitors mingled under arbors and
trellises, eying and buying exquisite, handmade garden art and antique
In a grand scale art celebration in Southeastern Wisconsin, two museums reached important milestones this past week. The Museum of Wisconsin Art (now called MOWA), opened its doors this April to four new galleries, a gift shop and expansive, sparkling educational facilities. Their first exhibition “Antifragile; Contemporary Glass” features elite Wisconsin glassmakers transforming the difficult...
In a serendipitous complement to the Milwaukee Art Museum’s recently opened exhibition “Color Rush: 75 Years of Color Photography in America,” Tory Folliard Gallery presents their interpretation of how artists explore color in the exhibition titled “COLOR!” While no photography arrived at Folliard’s gallery this winter, ten fine artists find their individual expression by working...
Color pictures are posted on
the Internet, social media and even on the ubiquitous cell phone. The 21st
century documents every moment in living color, but how and when did this
phenomenon begin? The Milwaukee Art
After 15 years as the Milwaukee Art
Museum’s director of exhibitions and publications and curator of earlier
European Art, Laurie Winters has
taken two challenging new positions. Last July, Winters announced her
The end of the year brings a flurry of new resolutions for 2013. However, several days remain to close out 2012. Find the time to say a final farewell to several exhibitions when waving goodbye to 2012 while welcoming 2013. 1. One: Revisit Rembrandt’s “Portrait of the Artist” at the Milwaukee Art Museum, or view this amazing painting for the first time. The pain...
Art Watch for the Week: December 1-8 Keep the artistic soul in sync with these festive activities that also celebrate the holidays in creative style. Plan ahead to enjoy these events with a friend and welcome the season. “James Charles Jewelry Show” at Elaine Erickson Gallery on the first Floor of the Marshall Building, Historic Third War...