The gallery of the LuCille Tack Center for the Arts presents monthly exhibits by area visual artists. Displays may be viewed during opening receptions and at the time of a performance.
Fire & Fiber—A Fusion of Two Artists as Friends
Kathleen Rulka & Tina Cleveland • Marshfield, Wisconsin
Fusion, or synthesis, is the process of combining two or more distinct entities into a new whole. Fire and Fiber is a fusion of two very distinct art forms (pottery/glass and textiles) and is an exhibit forged in friendship and a mutual love of creativity. egnace.com | selfpropelledcreations.com
Opening Reception Friday, October 4, 5-7 p.m.
Beau & Kara Lasiewicz • Auburndale, Wisconsin
Whether working individually or collaboratively, this husband/wife duo crafts utilitarian and functional, yet beautiful, sculpture and works of art. Their contemporary, mixed media pieces are inspired by thoughtful, fun, or inquisitive subject matters. beauandkarastudios.com
Opening Reception Friday, November 1, 5-7 p.m.
Spencer Elementary Student Art
A variety of media and thematic elements are reflected in the works of these young artists.
Movement Through Art
Scott Menzel • Pella, Wisconsin
A digital contemporary fine artist and designer, Scott uses digital software to paint and draw, then utilizes the "dye-infused metal" process to create his art. These abstract and semi-abstract works of art shimmer softly on the surface and are rich in color and movement. The driving force behind Scott's energetic artwork is to "rock and shock" the world with bold, visual poetry. menzelfineart.com
Opening Reception Friday, January 3, 5-7 p.m.
Explorers: A Childhood Unplugged
Elizabeth Sallee Bauer • St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin
Using subjects that are near and dear, Elizabeth's photographs depict her three children's colorful childhood set in natural surroundings. Always eager to explore a new environment, these adventurers are captured with love by their mother's camera. flickr
Opening Reception Friday, February 7, 5-7 p.m.
Outdoors in the Wisconsin Landscape
Dana M. Johnson • Marshfield, Wisconsin
"Every painting has a story" is the mantra of Dana M. Johnson who loves to be immersed in the outdoors, even with the often-unpredictable elements of sudden weather change and bugs. Dana has spent the past year painting in Central and Northern Wisconsin. danamjohnson.com
Opening Reception March 6, 5-7 p.m.
Peace & Love: Truth & Beauty
Sher Schier • Tomahawk, Wisconsin
Sher exhibits a series of Lyrical Color Poems and Contemporary Landscapes that are intimate records of heart, mind and soul. Mixed media paintings & drawings embody her love for the language of color and the transformative power of gentle nature. sherschier.com
Opening Reception Friday, April 3, 5-7 p.m.
Spencer High School Student Art
Both 2D and 3D fine art pieces will be displayed by Spencer's maturing young artists, as will sculptural works by students in the Tech Ed Department.
Feel free to contact us with questions and/or comments.