A Trip to the Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum

Frank Juárez Photos by Artdose Magazine On February 18th, I headed to the eastside of Milwaukee to see the current exhibition at the Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum. The last time I visited this museum was 2018 for the Forward Wisconsin exhibition. This visit was long overdue.   The Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum is underContinue reading “A Trip to the Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum”

Art as Medicine: The Nexus of Well-Being and Art at the Rochester Art Center

 New Works by Anne Labovitz Submitted Rochester, Minnesota – In a new exhibit created especially for the Rochester Art Center, Minnesota-based, international artist, Anne Labovitz, examines the innumerable ways art and creativity benefit both community and the individual. The Nexus of Well-Being and Art explores the connection of well-being and art expressed through painting, sculpture, installation, andContinue reading “Art as Medicine: The Nexus of Well-Being and Art at the Rochester Art Center”

Deep Time: Paintings by Jason Van Roo at Between Two Galleries

MILWAUKEE, WI – Var Gallery will feature the artwork of Jason Van Roo at its first exhibition of 2022 called “Deep Time.” Rooted in a relationship with the natural world, Van Roo’s work invites the viewer to let themselves get lost in the deeply rendered layers of acrylic and pastel, which lean into the grainContinue reading “Deep Time: Paintings by Jason Van Roo at Between Two Galleries”

Review: Recognizing Success Amidst the Pandemic

Rachel Hausmann Schall It can be exhausting to continuously dwell on discussing how the pandemic has hindered or completely halted the familiarity of our everyday routines, impacted how we attend events, sustain careers, and maintain relationships. As a change of pace, focusing on the positives allow us to celebrate the successes born out of theContinue reading “Review: Recognizing Success Amidst the Pandemic”

Art Is Heating Up in Wisconsin

written by Frank Juarez About two weeks ago, I found myself a bit overwhelmed with the amount of exhibitions and events that have been popping all over the state of Wisconsin. I try to keep my finger on the Wisconsin art pulse. As places start to open, it does make it difficult to keep up.Continue reading “Art Is Heating Up in Wisconsin”

Indiana Green 2021 Invitational at Center for the Visual Arts

I find the art world to be a fascinating ecosystem. An ecosystem that calls for adaptation to life’s challenges and obstacles. What I mean is that is our Indiana Green 2020 Invitational was scheduled to be on exhibit at the Caestaecker Gallery (on the campus of Ripon College) in Ripon. Mid-March of 2020, I receivedContinue reading “Indiana Green 2021 Invitational at Center for the Visual Arts”