ART EXHIBITS OUR DAA MEMBERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
On exhibit in the Wellington and Muranyi Gallieries at the Monroe Arts Center was the art work of DAA member, Chuck Bauer. His oil paintings of homes in and around his Madison neighborhood are a bounty of color and light.
Chuck stepped forward to fill a gap when a scheduled artist was unable to fill the galleries.
There was a reception in March for Chuck.
Exhibited in the Robert and Nan Rudd Gallery
Also on exhibit at the Monroe Arts Center in the Rudd Gallery were abstract paintings by artist Hanna Bauer. Her show, titled "Quiet Control" is a combination of large acrylic art canvases and poetry written by Hanna as she explores and deals with her emotions and experience. She added to each painting what she calls her "Scribbles." Unique art from an unique artist.
Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts
DAA member Mary Zierold displayed her fiber art in Cederburg, WI, near Milwaukee. This show was open to any fiber artist. The museum is located at N50 W5050 Portland Road in Cederburg and ran through February 2, 2020.
DAA MEMBER IN GALENA, IL GALLERY
Roger Earth of Apple River, IL, had three of his nature photographs on exhibit in the Galena Center for the Arts. The photo to the right titled Water Angel was included in this show.
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PROLIFIC ARTIST AND DAA MEMBER, ROGER GOODSPEED, HAD SHOWS IN TWO FREEPORT, ILLINOIS, LOCATIONS
Opening on March 13th, 2020, at Highland Community College, located at 2998 W. Pearl Sity Rd., Freeport. This is the 51st Annual District Juried Art Exhibit at the college. The reception was Thursday, Feb. 14th at 4:30 pm with awards presented at 5:30 pm. The exhibit ran until March 4th.
Opening on March 2nd, 2020, Roger also had art on display with a Momentum Art Guild show at the Freeport Public Library, located at 100 Douglas Street in Freeport.
Seasons of the Sugar River
Lower Sugar River Watershed Show
April 25 - May 29, 2020
Rudd Gallery Monroe Arts Center
Opening Reception Saturday, April 25th, 2020
Many 2 or 3 dimension pieces.
SEE DAA ON DISPLAY
Green County Development Corporation (GCDC) opened the Enterprise Center in the north section of Blackhawk Technical College in Monroe. This is a location for beginning and established businesses to come to receive free assistance with their business needs. We are proud to partner with them for highlighting local artists in their public spaces.
DAA artists have a very flexible rotation of art pieces with artists’ names and prices noted for pieces to be purchased. Thank you, BTC Dean, Matt Urban, for allowing Driftless Area Artists to display art on your building walls.
DAA Artists In Monroe Places of Business
See art by Elaine Bethke and Joan Stackpole at the Black Walnut Kitchen on the East side of Monroe's Historic Square until December 31, 2019. Sadly, this restaurant has closed its doors.
Art by Jeanne Ausmus, Joan Stackpole and Mary Soddy can be seen at Arts and Antiques Mall just off the Monroe Square at 1114 17th Avenue.
Kathy King displays items of pottery for sale on the main floor area of Monroe Arts Center.
Let the webmaster know where you display your art and she will add it to this post.
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