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  • Stuff-o-rama Sale in Sister Bay

    Celebrate Labor Day weekend on Saturday, August 30, at the final Stuff-o-rama flea market of this season. The flea market will be held on the grounds of Domicile from 8 am – 3 pm.

  • Wood Pen Turning Demonstration at DCAL Meeting

    Gene Stanis will be guest speaker at the Door County Art League’s (DCAL) monthly meeting on Monday, August 25, beginning at 7 pm at the Gibraltar Fire Department meeting room.

  • Hardy Seeks Creative Professionals for Partnerships

    The Francis Hardy Center for the Arts (FHCA) is seeking arts professionals interested in sharing their knowledge with local youth to participate in the center’s ETC – Exposure to Creativity – program.

  • The FHCA Announces Second 2008 Art Studio Tours

    The Francis Hardy Center for the Arts (FHCA) in downtown Ephraim is pleased to announce the second 2008 Art Studio Tour taking place on Friday, August 29 from 4 – 9 pm.

  • Woodwalk Gallery Highlights Abstract Work

    The opening reception for “Abstract Works In Series” will take place Sunday, August 24 from 4:30 – 7 pm, featuring the music of Jeanne Kuhns and Lynn Gudmundsen, as well as complimentary beverages and light appetizers, at Woodwalk Gallery.

  • Whitefish Dunes Special Program

    Join Artist Elaine Cregan on Friday, August 22 from 1 – 3 pm for an afternoon of watercolor painting in nature. In this special program, participants will learn basic techniques while enjoying the natural beauty of Whitefish Dunes State Park.

  • Trillium Quilt Guild Show

    In 1998, six quilters who attended a quilting class at The Clearing together decided to form a quilt guild. Their first meetings were held in the Gathering Room at the Meadows Apartments in Sister Bay, but as the membership grew, the group became more formalized.

  • Copper Canvases by Gowen Featured

    The Santa Fe Shop in Fish Creek is excited to present the new works of Copper Canvases by New Mexican Artist Greg Gowen. Gowen’s art is a natural expression of who he is as a person – an innovator, a designer, a renovator; dreaming and thinking outside the box.

  • Whimsical Door County Works on Display

    Door County watercolorist Randy Rasmussen will be showing works from his “whimsical series” at the Vitamin Store located 1300 Highway 42/57 beginning August 16 and running through September 16.

  • Altered Art & Collage Featured at Pipka’s

    Artist Pipka Ulvilden creates elaborate and detailed original art for her Santa figurines, and she always uses the same kind of paints. But when she’s working on her collage art, Pipka hunts through antique stores, her own memorabilia, bits of cloth and paper to create unusual and personal pieces.

  • “12 Artists Under 30” on Exhibit at Peninsula School of Art

    Curious to get a glimpse of an eclectic new art scene in the county? New works by 12 twenty-something year-olds will be on display from Friday, August 22 through Friday, September 12 at Peninsula School of Art, in the Youth Barn near the school’s main entrance.

  • “An Eye for Art” Featured at Pangaea Gallery

    David Franke, Door County abstract artist, describes his exhibit “An Eye For Art” at Pangaea Gallery as having little to do with the cliché, “The eyes are the windows of the soul.

  • “Doork” Offered in Silent Auction

    For reasons known only to him, Jim Maronek has been collecting weird headlines from the Door County Advocate over the last 20 years. Now, he has assembled them into a large montage named “Doork.

  • Art Bargains Abound at Miller Art Museum

    Art lovers and bargain seekers will enjoy coming to the Miller Art Museum (MAM) for a weeklong “Art Sale, Etc.” This museum fundraiser will take place Saturday, August 23 through Saturday, August 30 from 10 am – 4 pm on the mezzanine level of the museum where shoppers can search for any number of items at bargain prices.

  • Cultural and Artistic Programs Offered Abroad

    The Linden Gallery and Barnsite Gallery recently announced two new all-inclusive programs at the Linden Centre in Southwest China. The offerings include a plein air painting tour and a textile tour of this region of China.

  • Hackett Featured at Jacksonport Craft Cottage

    The Jacksonport Craft Cottage, now celebrating 25 years in Door County, is pleased to welcome the outstanding work of David Hackett into their premier collection of Amish Quilts, fine art and crafts.

  • Frykman Studio Gallery Hosts Reception for Winnipeg Artist

    An artist’s reception will be held on Saturday, August 23 for master potter Steve Jorgenson at the Frykman Studio Gallery in Sister Bay. Jorgenson has produced beautiful and functional stoneware pottery in his Winnipeg, Manitoba studio for 35 years.

  • Simple, Captivating Nostalgia

    This month, Pamela Murphy is a featured artist at Fine Line Designs Gallery, located just north of Ephraim, for her seventh season.

  • Edgewood Hosts Jewelry Trunk Show

    Edgewood Orchard Galleries will be hosting a jewelry trunk show and a reception to meet jeweler Alexandra Irene Jackson on Saturday, August 16 and Sunday, August 17.

  • “Northern Lights” Show at Clay Bay Pottery

    Clay Bay Pottery will be hosting a reception for their eighth annual “Northern Lights” lamp show on Saturday, August 16 from 10 am – 5 pm. The public is welcome and refreshments will be served.