Visual ArtMar 6th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
America’s Gilded Age loved the French artist’s paintings. A Milwaukee Art Museum show considers them anew.
Visual ArtFeb 26th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Painter Alexis Rockman captures the threatened beauty of the Great Lakes in Haggerty show.
Visual ArtFeb 18th, 2019 by Todd Mrozinski
MIAD show features women artists from many countries bridging cultures and colors.
Visual ArtFeb 8th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Septuagenarian Wisconsin Painter Charles Munch loves — and worries about — nature.
Visual ArtJan 29th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Artists collaborate and improvise to create freshly made art at Real Tinsel Gallery.
Visual ArtJan 23rd, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Octogenarian Artist Peter Dahlke’s “Dream Spaces” features magical boxes filled with curious objects.
Visual ArtJan 11th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Portrait Society presents two young artists with playful but worried views of the world.
Visual ArtJan 7th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Lynden Sculpture Garden’s indoor show offers models of his large, playfully precise sculptures.
Jan 4th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
MOWA’s exhibition challenges notions of how glass can be used to create art.
Visual ArtDec 20th, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Ian Sonsyadek paints from the perspective of city workers, contractors, residents.
Visual ArtDec 17th, 2018 by Todd Mrozinski
Galerie Kenilworth’s exhibition of Emily Tripp and Brennen Steines is playfully potent stuff.
Visual ArtDec 14th, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Illinois artist Mark Forth’s paintings, at Tory Folliard Gallery, turns familiar American scenes into an eerie world.