Artdose Art Guide VOL XXII featured artist, Amy Soczka

Written by Erika L. Block Amy Soczka has dedicated her life to creating contrasting beauty in a constantly evolving environment. She is best known for her large-scale paintings of densely-grown landscapes featuring “not-quite real” flowers and foliage. Her current work is a series of acrylic paintings on canvas depicting lush floral motifs, geometric and natural patterns, … More Artdose Art Guide VOL XXII featured artist, Amy Soczka

Endangered Spaces, Historic Places Exhibition by the Water’s Edge Artists at the Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center 520 East Mill Street Plymouth, WI 53073 http://www.plymoutharts.org This exhibition ends May 30, 2014 Water’s Edge Artists – Painters for Preservation –is an alliance of plein air artists dedicated to artistically recording historic, endangered or threatened places. Our generous sponsor for this exhibit is the Plymouth Rotary Club. The Water’s Edge Artists meet monthly … More Endangered Spaces, Historic Places Exhibition by the Water’s Edge Artists at the Plymouth Arts Center

Receptions Photos from Liz Lange and Tony Merten’s Exhibitions

Yesterday the Artdose Art Guide was out snappin’ photos of Liz Lange‘s current exhibition at UW-Sheboygan titled, “House Beautiful: Exploring the Ordinary Domicile Unassuming and Unconventional” and Tony Merten’s exhibition at Seranya Studios titled, “Fusion for Metal: Passion for Art”. There is plenty of time to visit these two locations. Click on the names below … More Receptions Photos from Liz Lange and Tony Merten’s Exhibitions