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06.12.2013 | | Posted at 01:08 PM

Erickson Features Retrospective on Carol Rowan

By Peggy Sue
This past weekend several  galleries in the Historic Third Ward opened intriguing exhibitions that will lead up or continue through summer gallery night. All three appear in the Marshall Building on the corner of Buffalo and Water, which makes viewing the artwork pure pleasure when housed in one space. On the first floor of the Marshall building at Katie Gingrass Gallery, �...
06.10.2013 | | Posted at 08:14 AM

Folliard Exhibits Fascinating Trio of Artists

By Peggy Sue
On some of the first sunny days this June, the past weekend offered a smattering of art openings throughout Milwaukee, especially in the Historic Third Ward. Friday evening and all day Saturday the artists attending the exhibitions were available to answer questions from admirers or those desiring to learn more about the art. Located on Milwaukee Avenue, Tory Folliard Gallery quietly filled with v...
01.24.2013 | | Posted at 06:23 PM

Part I: Jeremy Popelka in "Color!"

By Peggy Sue
Exhibitions around the downtown area opened on Gallery Night & Day, although these opportunities also present a chance to talk with artists, to uncover what inspires them to create their singular form of art. During Gallery weekend there is plenty of art to peruse and then discuss. But perhaps the most fascinating conversations come from the artists who choose to explain their beginnings, proc...
11.14.2012 | | Posted at 12:23 AM

A Trio of New Exhibitions Christens Renovated Space

By Peggy Sue
At a grand reopening party on November 9, the Historic Third Ward’s Portrait Society Gallery hosted a trio of new exhibitions. Three recently enlarged galleries complement an additional room for art storage and documentation that completed a long summer of innovation meets renovation. Each fresh space impressed owner/curator Debra Brehmer’s well-wishers that celebrated with her on Friday eveni...
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10.17.2012 | | Posted at 04:21 PM

New England's Aho Returns to Milwaukee

By Peggy Sue
 ERIC AHO: ABSTRACTION ALIGHTS ON CANVAS First, one defines Abstract Expression as: An artist's liberty to convey attitudes and emotions through non traditional and usually non representational means. Then one means to define alight: to illuminate or set on fire. For art enthusiasts who have difficulty appreciating abstract paintings or abstract expressionism to be exact, the definition...
Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008
The Milwaukee Public Market, the symbol of a rejuvenated Third Ward, will expand this December as Good Harvest Market of Pewaukee moves into the former Broadway Produce Co. building. In addition to retaining the old “Commission Row” flavor, the market also aims to stay true to its mission of supporting local farm ers and businesses.
Saturday, April 19, 2008

Today @ various downtown Milwaukee locations

Galleries all over the city open their doors today with special exhibits as part of Milwaukee’s latest Gallery Day event. The Tory Folliard Gallery— now a well-established member of the Historic Third Ward’s thriving arts district—hosts its “20th Anniversary Celebration.” Woodland Pattern Book Center, a newcomer to . . .
Friday, April 18, 2008

Tonight @ the greater metro Milwaukee area

It’s that time again: Galleries all around the city open their doors as part of Gallery Night tonight and Gallery Day tomorrow. Among the draws: The Tory Folliard Gallery— now a well-established member of the Historic Third Ward’s thriving arts district—hosts its “20th Anniversary Celebration;” Woodland Pattern Book . . .

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