Levee Contemporary celebrates year 2 in downtown Princeton, Wisconsin. Like many galleries throughout the world, they were faced with the uncertainty of keeping the doors open. Transitioning their art programming into the virtual world that we lived in since the start of the pandemic to now, has presented the opportunity for reinvention and adaption to continue to provide quality exhibitions to its collectors, patrons, artists, and community. To celebrate, the afternoon was full of music by local musicians, art, and great company.
Happy 2nd Anniversary, Levee Contemporary!
featuring work by Andrew Blanchard and William Goodman
Fact or fiction, truth or yarns spun a’plenty? As summer is upon us and our daily habits begin to include the activities and people we have longed to return to, it’s hard not to consider the notions of putting such a traumatic time in our nation’s history to rest.
Post-pandemic life is not entirely scot free from the underlying issues that are rearing their ugly heads, both out-in-the-open and behind closed doors. With equal measures of child-like nostalgia as well as real-world complexity, Blanchard and Goodman’s combined bodies of work speak to the everso sought out race to explain, coverup, reveal, and/or pretend the validity of our own personal histories.
MakeBelievable is on view at Levee Contemporary through August 27, 2021.
About Levee Contemporary
Levee Contemporary is a commercial gallery and art space located in Princeton, Wisconsin. Levee Presents a diverse range of artists and artwork, striking a critical balance between progressive works that challenge its audience and creative content that excites viewers with simple acts of enjoyment and visual stimulation. Levee has become a regional favorite, whether for a local or a vacationer.
Friday thru Sunday 10am–5pm; 518 W Water St. Princeton, WI 54968; 920.393.8653; leveecontemporaryart.com