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Watercolors on View at Boerner Botanical Gardens, Aug. 19-Sept. 11

Watercolors by Terry A. Fischer will be on display Aug. 19–Sept. 11 in the Garden House.

By - Aug 17th, 2016 12:43 pm

Hales Corners, WI (Aug. 17, 2016) — Watercolors by Terry A. Fischer will be on display Aug. 19–Sept. 11 in the Garden House at Boerner Botanical Gardens, at 9400 Boerner Drive.

Fischer is a self-taught painter living in southeastern Wisconsin. Her work has been shown at Kenosha’s Anderson Museum, the Kenosha Art Museum, the Wustum Museum in Racine, and the Milwaukee Art Museum and is included in many private collections. Her subject matter includes landscapes, florals, and portraits of people and pets.

Fischer’s work will be on display in the Garden House from 8 a.m.–6 p.m., seven days a week. Visitors can meet the artist Sunday, Aug. 21, from noon–5 p.m.

The Botanical Gardens are open daily until dusk.

Admission to the Botanical Gardens, which includes admission to the Garden House, is $5.50 for adults age 18 and up; $4.50 for students of any age with IDs, Milwaukee County seniors age 60 and up with IDs, and people with disabilities; and $3.50 for youths age 6-17. Free admission is offered to Milwaukee County residents with ID and proof of residency on “First Tuesdays,” the first Tuesday of the month through September. Admission to the gardens requires wearing the official daily wristband.

For more information, call the Botanical Gardens at (414) 525-5601.

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