Breanne Sallee • St Paul, Minnesota
Breanne has spent the past three years attending two energetic boys and a handful of chickens, while throwing pottery in her backyard studio. Originally from Spencer, her pottery pieces both reflect nature and serve as unique containers to display natural beauty. She primarily creates pieces that are functional – mainly vases and dinnerware – and is now exploring ceramics as decorative sculpture.
Opening Reception: Friday, October 7, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Deanna Mabeus • Marshfield, Wisconsin
Upon moving to Marshfield from California six years ago, Deanna fell in love with Wisconsin. Her series of oil and acrylic paintings depict the landscape, wildlife and flora of the marsh. The reflection of the sky in the water, the sway of grasses in the breeze, the shadows created by the sun’s rays through the trees, or the sound of geese in the distance captivate and compel her to somehow capture that moment in time, conveying a visual journey of quiet solitude and natural beauty.
Opening Reception: Friday, November 4, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Spencer Elementary Student Art
A variety of media and thematic elements are reflected in the 2D works of these young artists.
Nature in Abundance
Sandra K Lange • Medford, Wisconsin
When Sandra semi-retired in 2020, she set down the bottle, picked up a paintbrush and hasn’t looked back! Painting has not only enriched her life, but also saved it! As a life-long tree hugger, it was only fitting that nature landscapes would become her specialty. Acrylics are her comfort zone, but she also dabbles in watercolors, abstracts and other media.
Opening Reception: Friday, January 6, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Wisconsin Art Education Association North Central Regional Youth Art Month Show
Featuring the artwork of elementary and high school students, this North Central Regional Exhibit of the Wisconsin Art Education Association offers viewers a curated display that presents pieces of many genres and styles. These works will be adjudicated, and the winning pieces sent to the State Youth Art Month Show in Madison. Celebrate the creativity of our youth and the region’s inspiring visual arts education programs.
Closing Reception: Saturday, February 25, Noon – 2:00 pm
Feathers and Flowers
Roxie Wetterau • Spencer, Wisconsin
An avid gardener and bird watcher, this Spencer photographer seeks to draw attention to an individual blossom or bud, rather than the larger view. By capturing the shape, texture and color at various angles and perspectives, the artist creates an image through which the viewer can witness details that would otherwise be overlooked. Roxie’s exhibit highlights the intricacy of flowers and the majesty of avian life, exploring the striking aesthetics of the natural wonders found in her own backyard.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 3, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Lyrical Color Poem Paintings
Sher Schier • Tomahawk, Wisconsin
A graduate of Marshfield Senior High, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, Sher is a contemporary artist whose work focuses on the nature of love and the uplifting power of harmony. Her paintings merge classic and modern sensibilities, incorporating the properties of music, nature, love and design. Explore the emotional effects of visual images and experience nature through this peaceful and calming exhibit.
Opening Reception: Friday, April 14, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Spencer High School Student Art
Enjoy the 2D and 3D fine art pieces of Spencer High School’s maturing young artists.