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  • ‘Tension in the Ordinary’ at James May Gallery

    James May Gallery (jamesmaygallery.com) presents Tension in the Ordinary: Winter Invitational, featuring Cristian Andersson, Melissa Dorn, Karla Lauden and Elyse-Krista Mische. The regional artists in this diverse group deal with ideas of mortality, obsession and amnesia through multiple media, including performance, installation, drawing, fibers and painting.  On Feb. 8, 5:30-8 pm, visit the new James […]

  • Focus on Fiber at Miller Art Museum

    The Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay will host the first event in its 2020 Second Thursday series Feb. 13, 10:30 am, kicking off a new year of free, public programming. Baileys Harbor textile artist Susan Hoffmann will speak in the museum’s main gallery about her journey as an artist.  Her talk will complement the […]

  • Valentine’s Day Pop-up Shop at Blossoms Flower House

    This Valentine’s Day, Feb. 13-14, 10 am – 5 pm, Blossoms Flower House, 10352 Hwy 42 in north Ephraim, will host a free pop-up shop featuring fine art by local painter Andrea Naylor of the Pelican Gallery, beautiful florals by designer Jackie Ehlert of Blossoms Flower House, and premier chocolates by Kara Builta of DC Chocolate […]

  • Next PenArt Teen Workshop Program Is Feb. 22

    The Peninsula School of Art’s (PenArt) monthly Teen Workshop Program offers a range of hands-on learning experiences designed for teens who are interested in exploring their creative potential. Each workshop provides mentorship from contemporary artist educators, peer feedback and skill-building in 2D, 3D and digital media. Upcoming workshops include Creative Expression through DSLR Photography with […]

  • ‘Love on Holiday’ Returns to TAP Feb. 7-8

    The Holiday Music Motel will host the ninth annual celebration of togetherness that only weather-driven isolation can bring! More than 30 songwriters will take inspiration from the works of visual artists during a one-of-a-kind pairing of image and song that will culminate in the Love on Holiday concert Feb. 7-8, 7:30 pm, at Third Avenue […]

  • Valentine’s Show on Feb. 1 at Plum Bottom’s Downtown Gallery

    Plum Bottom’s downtown gallery, 7813 Hwy 42 in Egg Harbor, will host its annual Valentine’s Day show Feb. 1, 10 am – 4 pm, featuring the work of resident jewelry artist Angela Olson Luberger. She has created a distinctive collection of spinner rings, earrings and necklaces that will make great gifts for that special someone.  Mary […]

  • PenArt Invites Submissions for What We Make Showcase

    Peninsula School of Art (PenArt, PeninsulaSchoolofArt.org) invites community members to submit artworks to What We Make: Peninsula School of Art Community Showcase. An opening reception will be held Feb. 13, 4-6 pm; and the exhibition will close March 28.  To be eligible, submitters must have participated in an Open Studio, Teen Workshop, Critique Group and/or […]

  • Update on Peninsula School of Art’s Door to Creativity Campaign

    Identity is an important part of any community, and it’s something that’s often many, many years in the making. The visual arts have been an important part of Door County’s identity for many decades, and one of the institutions that has helped to build this identity is the Peninsula School of Art (PenArt) in Fish […]

  • Meadows Gallery Hosts Scand Family and Friends 

    The Meadows Art Gallery has begun its eighth season with Scand Family and Friends, an exhibit that features people and artists who have a special connection to Scandia Village. The show is open now and will close Feb. 14. Refreshments will be served at a reception Jan. 25, 3-5 pm. The exhibit highlights traditional art […]

  • Love on Holiday Returns for Ninth Year 

    Now in its ninth year, the Holiday Music Motel will again host Love on Holiday (HolidayMusicMotel.com/LoveOnHoliday), an interdisciplinary, collaborative event in which visual art inspires song. The public will be able to see the works chosen for this year’s event Jan. 28 – Feb. 8 at the new SWY231 Gallery, next door to Third Avenue […]

  • Work by Whitney in WDCC Members’ Exhibition

    “Neptune Whaler” – a sculpture by John Whitney of Baileys Harbor – was selected for the Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council’s (WDCC) biennial members’ exhibition in Gallery 110 North at the Plymouth [Wisconsin] Art Center. The exhibit of 50 works celebrating Makers and Masters: Tradition in Transition will open Jan. 24 and run through March 6. […]

  • Family Art Day Jan. 18 at Peninsula School of Art 

    Peninsula School of Art in Fish Creek hosts free, monthly Family Art Days September through May, usually on the third Saturday, 9 am – 12 pm. Drop in anytime!  Projects are most appropriate for ages three through 12, but family members of all ages may join in the art-making. The materials, inspiration and a little guidance […]

  • ‘Textile Tableau’ Opens Jan. 18 at Miller Art Museum

    The Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay will host its first exhibition of the new year Jan. 18 – Feb. 24 in the main gallery: a diverse selection of more than 35 fiber-based works titled Textile Tableau: An Exploration of Painting with Fibers. A free public reception on Jan. 18, 3-4:30 pm, will feature […]

  • ‘Wisconsin Life’ Features Algoma Artist Bren Sibilsky

    The PBS Wisconsin television show Wisconsin Life highlighted Algoma sculptor and painter Bren Sibilsky as a feature story during its Jan. 9, 7 pm, episode. (Check pbswisconsin.org/schedule to see other airing times.) After communicating throughout the summer and fall, the TV crew interviewed Sibilsky at her studio and gallery and took lots of videos and […]

  • Apply to Create Cherry in New Street-Art Program

    Destination Sturgeon Bay is looking for artists to embellish or create a cherry for its new street-art program, Cherries Jubilee – Celebrating 20 Years of Sturgeon Bay Public Art. This collaboration of art and community, presented by Destination Sturgeon Bay and Associated Bank, will feature cherries on display throughout Sturgeon Bay starting May 11 to […]

  • Whitney’s Work to Appear in Biennial Exhibit

    “Apollo 50,” a sculpture by John Whitney of Baileys Harbor, will appear in the 2020 Wisconsin Artists Biennial at the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend. Whitney’s piece is one of 43 artworks that jurors chose from more than 900 submitted pieces. The exhibit will run Jan. 25 – March 29.

  • Ice Carvers Needed for 2020 Fire and Ice Fest

    Express your creativity in a unique medium – ice! Challenge yourself during Destination Sturgeon Bay’s Fire and Ice event on Feb. 15 and carve an ice sculpture. Destination Sturgeon Bay is seeking beginner, intermediate and advanced ice carvers for the 2020 ice carving competition, 9 am – 2 pm. Individuals and teams of all ages and skill […]

  • James May Gallery Closes, James May North Remains Open

    Absence and presence are peculiar concepts. Despite being opposites, both can be felt at the same time. This tricky philosophical puzzle will soon be put to the test in Algoma when James May Gallery owners Kendra Bulgrin and Jimmy Eddings will close that gallery and move to Milwaukee. The art scene in Algoma changed when […]

  • Plum Bottom Offers Sparkle for the New Year

    Plum Bottom Road Gallery invites all to ring in the new year during its final art show of the season Dec. 28, 11 am – 4 pm. Enjoy the latest from the gallery’s wide selection of jewelry artists, and add a bit of sparkle to your New Year’s Eve ensemble. Aimee Rivka’s opal necklaces and earrings […]

  • Plum Bottom Hosts Annual Gift Show Dec. 21

    Plum Bottom Gallery’s downtown Egg Harbor location will host its annual gift show Dec. 21, 10 am – 5 pm, to offer a wide variety of gifts, from decorative to practical. Check out the newest pieces by resident jewelry artist Angela Olson Luberger, who’s been hard at work creating one-of-a-kind pieces for that one-of-a-kind person on […]