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Sunday, March 10, 2013

The silent images of Jessica Z. Schafer

 The “Z” in Jessica Z. Schafer’s name surely must stand for “Zowie!” She’s a young photographer enamored with classic film. She lives Downtown and recently rented a studio (as a Plaid Tuba Productions affiliate) in the Third
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Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013

Rookwood Revisited

Hermes (aka Mercury) looked slightly blue standing in the buff in the entry courtyard at the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, though his stone-cold body wasn’t entirely nude. Tied around his trim waist
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Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013

Kevin J. Miyazaki and ‘Dark Blue’ photos at the Haggerty

 Why wonder about water on Mars, when there’s plenty to ponder from the shores of Lake Michigan? Photographer Kevin J. Miyazaki navigated the lake’s 1,800-mile perimeter this past summer with a portable studio ready to record, via digital C-prints, the diverse personalities
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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
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Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012

Reflections on Milwaukee’s art scene

Put “The” in front of “Milwaukee Art Scene” and it takes on a new glow, but what (and where) is this golden place? In the 1980s, was it in Walker’s Point, along with Art Muscle magazine and the new Walker’s Point
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Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012

Paintings and More at Milwaukee’s Grand Hotel

Sweetly sentimental paintings are not for me, but here I stand on the north side of the second floor mezzanine in the Pfister Hotel. Concierge Roc Whitesell is at my side, explaining why the oil painting The Kittens (signed J. LeRoy)

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