Vision, passion, and commitment to the visual arts in Wisconsin

Written by Frank Juarez In 2006, I visited one of my best friends in Virginia. A common interest of ours is visiting art galleries and art museums. On a sunny afternoon, we found themselves in downtown Richmond. I stumbled upon a visitor’s guide, which featured art galleries, artists, restaurants, boutiques, and so on. During this … More Vision, passion, and commitment to the visual arts in Wisconsin

Introducing Thom J. Ertl – assemblage artist

Thom J. Ertl is a Milwaukee-based artist and owner of Thom J. Ertl Designs. Thom J. Ertl Designs is contemporary urban assemblage. It incorporates, unexpectedly combines, and repurposes common everyday items into modern, artistic, practical original home furnishings and interior design. Thom J. Ertl Designs is a hybrid of over 35 years of artistic experience—merchandising, … More Introducing Thom J. Ertl – assemblage artist

Photographers, Corey and Cindy Hoppenrath to be featured in Art SLAM

Two early members of Lakeshore Artists Guild, Corey and Cindy Hoppenrath are Manitowoc residents, and Wisconsin based photographers, who have enjoyed traveling and the outdoors all of their lives.  The last twenty plus years, they have been doing their favorite things together, cameras in hand. Their subjects vary from scenic, wildlife, still life, and most … More Photographers, Corey and Cindy Hoppenrath to be featured in Art SLAM

The Light of Thy Favor exhibition at the Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center “The Light of Thy Favor” Exhibition in Gallery 110 North   Featuring Artists Colette Odya Smith & Tom Kubala Exhibition Dates: August 10, 2018 through October 5, 2018 Contact: Donna Hahn, Executive Director Phone: (920.892.8409) Email: donna@plymoutharts.org Web: http://www.plymoutharts.org PLYMOUTH, WI – Artists and close acquaintances Colette Odya Smith and Tom Kubala … More The Light of Thy Favor exhibition at the Plymouth Arts Center

Artdose Artist Directory Spotlight: Claudette Lee-Roseland

Claudette Lee-Roseland’s process involves the manipulation of color, value and shape. She starts with the application of many colors in a haphazard fashion, infusing the canvas or board with energy. Colors and shapes overlap one another. At some point, she may cover the support with a transparent color to create a uniformity to the painting. … More Artdose Artist Directory Spotlight: Claudette Lee-Roseland