The Transplanted Art Show
Saturday & Sunday 11-5PM
361 E Becher Street, Milwaukee, WI 53207
Lakefront Festival of the Arts, The Morning Glory Art Fair, Mount Mary’s Starving Artist Show, and many other art fairs have canceled this year. These are a vital source of income for our local artists. A group of eleven Wisconsin Designer Craft Council Artists are banding together to put on a show of our own at my studio in Bay View. The public is invited to come and support us and our work, plus get in their art fair fix.
We will be joined by Fiber artists Erika Mock and Kathy Johnson, Jewelers Kim Wilson and Linda Franzblau, Ceramists Jean Wells, Andrew Linderman, and Jef Raasch, Photographer Fred Fischer, Mixed Media Artist Mary L Hager, Leather Artist Ilze Heider and Metal Sculptor Debbie Radke.
Following all safety protocols, the show will be held outdoors, and we will be limiting the visits to two related guests per booth at one time. Artists will be donning our masks and asking our visitors to do the same. Our Fiber Artists Erika and Kathy will have plenty of stylish hand crafted masks available. Hand washing, sanitizing, and six foot distancing will be our goal, all while having fun.
For more information visit: https://jefraasch.net/the-transplanted-art-show
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