Stained glass has been admired for its beauty from medieval times to the present. Tana Phillips, of Unity, utilizes the Tiffany Foil Method to bring her beautiful, custom designs to life. Her creations often feature elements of nature and are the focal point of many area homes and churches.
Open House: Friday, October 7, 5–7 p.m.
Landscapes and character studies in transparent watercolor paintings will validate the talent of Amherst Junction artist, James McKnight. These expressive images are inspired by his rural, central Wisconsin surroundings, and a touch of the exotic, as observed from abroad.
Open House: Friday, November 4, 5–7 p.m.
This delightful, uplifting exhibit showcases young artist's creativity in a variety of mediums.
Dave Lyons, of Pittsville, offers a display of functional stoneware, as well as non-functional decorative American Raku pottery. In the hands of this master potter, lumps of clay become color-filled, unique works of art.
Open House: Friday, January 6, 5–7 p.m.
Barb Lassa, who resides in Wisconsin Rapids, formerly of Milwaukee, started her photography adventure with film and in the darkroom. Now, Barb has grown to love the digital world. Through her lens, we view iconic Wisconsin farm life and a variety of seasons—Barb captures it all, even Santa Claus!
Open House: Friday, February 3, 5–7 p.m.
A talented group of creative woman, known to many as the Curtiss Quilters, will fill our gallery with their exquisite designs that feature a variety of techniques, both hand stitched and machine quilted. This group is as diverse in quilting styles as their quilted creations.
Open House: Friday, March 3, 5–7 p.m.
A graduate of Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Carol Stewart, of Stevens Point, challenges herself to paint in different styles and mediums. She enjoys bringing to life birds, animals, flowers and landscapes with the stroke of her brush. Carol's ability to capture the essence of her subject is truly a remarkable talent.
Open House: Friday, April 7, 5–7 p.m.
This collection celebrates student accomplishments with new techniques and expressions of personal creativity.
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