September 12, 2021, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
SE Chapter of the Wisconsin Visual Artists
Transitions by the SE Chapter of the Wisconsin Visual Artists
Exhibition dates: September 12 – October 17
It is when we are in TRANSITION that we are most completely alive.
Transitions are a part of life, some are good and some are…well, they are not good. It is all how you react to them. Forty artists of the Southeast Chapter of the Wisconsin Visual Artists accepted the challenge to interpret the theme of this show through a piece of art.
The artists of the Southeast Chapter employed a wide range of diverse mediums and styles in the creation of their work. Oil, acrylics, pastels, colored pencil, watercolors, photography, collage, and bronze are some of the mediums used by the artists. And they explored styles from realism to abstract.
The following artist are featured in this exhibition:
Alexa Hollywood, Angie Cope, Ann Baer, Anne M Raskopf, Barbara Rae Schaefer, Bonita Bruch, Bruce A. Niemi, Charles F Wickler, Christine Buth Furness, Cindy Hansen, Denise Presnell, Frank Korb, Gail M. Willert, Jean D. Sobon, Jeanne Cole Panka, John Steines, Judy Sebranek, Katheryn Corbin, Kathleen Leahy Pulz, Kathy A Kerner, Ken Vonderberg, Kristine Hinrichs, Lee Grantham, Maggie Smith, Marcia Hero, Mark Weller, Mauree Childress, Michele St. Amour, Patrick M. Doughman, Patti A, Belbin, Phyllis Bankier, Rosie Hartman, Roxane Mayeur, Ruth Vonderberg, Stephanie Wessels, Steven Bauer, Susan E. Boehm, Terry A. Fischer, Timothy Rozwadowski, and Valerie J. Christell.
About the Wisconsin Visual Artists – Southeast Chapter
Connect. Educate. Empower. WVA champions and supports visual artists working within the state by forging partnerships that make creative opportunities possible.
Wisconsin Visual Artists is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership-based organization of visual artists working in all media and styles. All visual artists living in Wisconsin may become WVA members.
Full history, information, and benefits are listed online at wisconsinvisualartists.org.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, there will be an opening reception, however, we will not be serving refreshments.
Gallery open Tuesday-Sunday, 1:00pm-4:00pm.