The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County is hosting Kristi Roenning: Mindscapes – an exhibit of abstract acrylic paintings that make the invisibility of thought and emotion visible – through Nov. 27. Roenning found that the free flow of paint and color lent itself well to this exploration of giving form to the formless.
Working in her rural Sturgeon Bay studio, Roenning creates paintings that reflect her inner and outer landscape. They have been part of local, state and national juried exhibits and invitationals; reside in public and private collections; and are available at Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor.
Prior to moving to Door County 25 years ago, Roenning taught art in Wisconsin schools for 18 years and was named Wisconsin Art Educator of the Year in 1992. She was also an instructor of art education at Lawrence University and continues to teach art through retreats, workshops and lectures.