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  • Door County Wearable Art Show Returns Oct. 5-6

    The Door County Wearable Art Show (doorcountywearableartshow.com) will return to the Sister Bay Village Hall, 10693 N. Bay Shore Drive, on Oct. 5, 9 am – 5 pm; and Oct. 6, 10 am – 4 pm. Admission is free. The show’s artists are tuned in to the drama and subtleties of the season, creating pieces […]

  • Egg Harbor Galleries Host Artist Demo Day

    Art lovers can visit two Egg Harbor galleries Oct. 5 to watch demonstrations.  Guest artist Leslie Perrino will take her small kiln to Cappaert Contemporary Gallery (920.868.3987), 1-3 pm, to share the basics of applying glass powder to a copper base and, in just minutes, coming out with a shiny, hot, colorful surface known as […]

  • Rossol’s Photography on Display at Cedarburg Art Museum

    Two of Jim Rossol’s photos have been juried into the Cedarburg Art Museum. A team of three jurors evaluated 100 digital artwork entries from eight states for the museum’s sixth annual juried exhibition, titled Night Owls, and 68 works were selected. Rossol (jimrossol.pixels.com) is an award-winning fine-art photographer who lives in Baileys Harbor. Night Owls […]

  • Meet Sculptor and Storyteller Mark Fischer at Townline Art Fair

    Native American sculptor Mark Fischer will be at Fine Line Design Gallery’s Townline Art Fair on Oct. 12, 10 am – 5 pm; and Oct. 13, 10 am – 4 pm. See his art, and meet the artist and storyteller in person. Woodland pictographs and petroglyphs, traditional Oneida beaded and porcupine quill-work patterns, and a […]

  • BookNook Gardens Opens Fundraising Store in Egg Harbor

    The nonprofit BookNook Gardens group is opening a headquarters and fundraising store, The BookNook Garden House, in the “little blue building” at 4666 Orchard Road in Egg Harbor. The store will offer local, beautifully handmade and crafted garden accents, apparel, tote bags, prints and paintings.  The Garden House is currently promoting its birdhouse egg collection. […]

  • Art in Ephraim Event Returns Oct. 12-13

    The Ephraim Business Council will host the second annual Art in Ephraim weekend Oct. 12-13, when visitors and community members are invited to gallery-hop through the village’s businesses to experience all that Ephraim’s artisan community has to offer. Visitors can pick up a punch card at the Ephraim Visitor Information Center, Artzy Studio, Balistreri Fine […]

  • Celebrate! Sculpture Returns to Egg Harbor

    The nonprofit Public Arts Initiative of Egg Harbor, which purchases and displays public art in Egg Harbor, welcomes everyone to walk through the village to enjoy the third season of the art show Celebrate! Sculpture. It brings new outdoor sculpture to the village for public display through the end of October. This season there are […]

  • TAP Features Work by Jeanne Kuhns in Lobby Gallery

    Third Avenue Playhouse will feature the work of Jeanne Kuhns in its lobby gallery through Oct. 20. Kuhns gained an appreciation of painting from her grandmother, whom she watched paint in her studio, with the scent of turpentine and cedar trees in the air. Kuhns began painting seriously again in 1996 and sought out the […]

  • Plum Bottom Opens ‘From the Land’ Exhibit

    Plum Bottom will host Art Show 6: From the Land Sept. 28 – Oct. 11, with an artist reception to be held Sept. 28, 1-4 pm, at the Plum Bottom Road location. From the Land features the newest collections of mosaics by Shaka Evans, pottery by Pat Black, wood bowls by Ed Brogan and jewelry […]

  • ‘Here and Now’ at Artzy Studio

    The recent plein air festival in Door County was the inspiration for Cynthia L. Koshalek’s new acrylic paintings of familiar Door County scenery. Barns, fields, birch trees, flowers, birds and beaches are a few of the themes she’s exploring, and she’s sharing them through her Here and Now exhibit, which is on display at Artzy […]

  • Monica Ramirez Brings Vitality to Art Alcoves

    Monica Ramirez, the founder of Mona Lucy’s Art, is sharing her vitality and energy at the Hope United Church of Christ’s Art Alcoves. She works in multiple media, including oil, acrylic and watercolor. Her exhibit will be open Monday – Friday, 9 am –1 pm, with an opening reception planned for Sept. 29, 11:30 am […]

  • Exploring the Human Connection through Windows and Doors

    The Meadows Gallery welcomes the public to Windows and Doors: A Photographic Exhibit, featuring the photography of Door County photographer Dennis Connolly, who chose this theme because current news reports are full of discussions about walls – and not just physical ones.  Segregation and division are becoming more defined through gender, race, religion, politics, economics […]

  • Two-Person Exhibit Opens at James May North Gallery

    Join James May North Gallery, 219 State St. in Algoma, for the opening of an exhibition featuring Marshall Maude’s ceramics and Mary Anne Jordan’s textiles. Curated by Jimmy Eddings, the exhibition brings together two of his mentors from graduate school at the University of Kansas. The opening reception will be held Oct. 4, 5:30-8 pm, […]

  • Wearable Art Show Welcomes Two New Exhibitors

    The free Door County Wearable Art Show will return Oct. 5, 9 am – 5 pm; and Oct. 6, 10 am – 4 pm, to the Sister Bay Village Hall. Newcomers will be Joan Kennedy of Journey Fiber Arts and Baileys Harbor artist Peter Ciesla of Bazyli Studio.  Kennedy’s botanically inspired wearable art celebrates the […]

  • American Craft Week Comes to Door County

    As part of American Craft Week, Ellison Bay Pottery (ellisonbaypotterystudios.com) will present Try It on Oct. 5, 12-3 pm: a chance to try throwing at the wheel with resident potter John Dietrich. American Craft Week began as a small, grassroots effort to enhance the knowledge and appreciation of handmade American craft. Now it has become […]

  • Idea Gallery Highlights Sculptures by George Ouimette

    Idea Gallery, a visionary gallery of contemporary art, is showcasing the ceramic sculptures of George Ouimette, who teaches art at Southern Door High School. This is his second season with Idea Gallery. “George’s work is literally visionary … On his walks, he picks up branches and formulates his ceramics and glazes around the characteristics of […]

  • Swedish Photographer to Speak about Auschwitz at James May Gallery

    Örjan Henriksson, an award-winning Swedish photographer, will show his Auschwitz KZ I-II photographs alongside new minimalist landscape paintings by Kyle McKenzie, a Missouri Southern University professor of art, Oct. 3-28 at Algoma’s James May Gallery. Join the artists at the gallery for an artists’ talk and an intimate preview of the exhibition Oct. 3, 7 […]

  • This Weekend in Door County: A Speakeasy, AutumnFest & Oktoberfest

    AutumnFest in Baileys Harbor Baileys Harbor’s AutumnFest welcomes the start of fall this weekend with a variety of fun events that seek to offer something for everyone. From a speakeasy casino party to a classic car show, farmers’ market and 5K running event, partake in one activity or do them all for a fun-filled weekend […]

  • New Season, New Saturday Programs at PenArt

    Saturdays are made for making, viewing and learning about art at Peninsula School of Art (PenArt). Beginning in September at its campus at 3900 Cty F in Fish Creek, PenArt will offer free and low-cost programs focused on local families, children, teens and art appreciators, including monthly Family Art Days, monthly teen workshops and a […]

  • Special Fiber Show at Turtle Ridge Gallery

    The Chicago Botanical Gardens inspire Mary Ellen Sisulak’s work in plant and animal forms as she pairs stones with leather mixed-media paintings, and the gardens will host art by Sisulak during the American Craft Exposition – an exhibit of 140 fine artists – Sept. 19-22.  She will show a series of native moths and butterflies […]