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.
Visual ArtDec 5th, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Green Gallery presents two very different artists who somehow work together.
Visual ArtNov 30th, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Photography, writing and podcasts create a different kind of exhibit that captures life in prison.
Visual ArtNov 20th, 2018 by Jennifer Rick
Haggerty exhibition, "Ordinary Violence," tallies the toll of prison on family members.
Nov 14th, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Cory Fells “100 Womxn Project” offers a male photographer celebrating the strengths of mostly minority women.
Visual ArtNov 7th, 2018 by Todd Mrozinski
Ryan Woolgar uses images and murky letters and numbers to probe the ineffable.
Visual ArtNov 2nd, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Artist Mark Mulhern’s vibrantly colored paintings portray a world of parties, none of them political.
Visual ArtOct 26th, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Door County artist Craig Blietz, whose work is at MOWA, makes cows cool.
Visual ArtOct 16th, 2018 by Todd Mrozinski
Artist David Niec’s subtle oil paintings capture the moon’s subtle changes.
Visual ArtOct 12th, 2018 by Catherine Jozwik
Photographer David Plowden poignantly captures a disappearing era of blue collar work and workers.