Category: Art News

  • Miller Hosts Bechtold Landscape Retrospective

    The exhibition, “Rodger Bechtold: Translated Landscapes,” will continue through July 22 at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay. This retrospective includes representative work from the previous ten years along with paintings newly created for the exhibition.

  • J. Jeffery Taylor Hosts Jeweler Ricky Frank Trunk Show

    Beginning May 30, the J. Jeffery Taylor Gallery in Fish Creek will host an exclusive trunk show for premier goldsmith and enamellist, Ricky Frank. The show will continue through the first week in June.

  • Craft Cottage Features New Handcrafted Items

    A part of the Door County Peninsula for 24 years, the Jacksonport Craft Cottage features Door County’s premier collection of Amish quilts, fine arts and crafts.

  • Mother and Son Featured at Mr. Helsinki

    Artwork by Baileys Harbor artist Donna Brown will be on exhibit from May 23 through June 27 at Mr. Helsinki Restaurant and Wine Bar in Fish Creek. The title for the exhibit, “Door County Impressions,” denotes both the process involved in creating the artwork, as well as the subjects used.

  • Pinc Opens The Flying Pig Back Gallery Series

    The artwork of Jeremy Pinc, an artist based out of Fort Atkinson, WI, will be the first exhibited in the 2008 Back Gallery Series at The Flying Pig Gallery and Greenspace.

  • Fine Line Designs Gallery Announces Second Exhibit of Season

    Fine Line Designs Gallery is pleased to announce their second exhibit of the season, which runs June 13 through July 9, with the artist’s reception being scheduled for Saturday, June 14 from 4 – 6 pm.

  • Door County Art League opens showcase gallery

    Wednesday, May 21, two days before the grand opening of the Door County Art League Gallery, a straight line of white string was taped to the gallery’s almost bare walls while the floor was full.

  • First Stuff-o-Rama Flea Market

    The first Stuff-o-Rama flea market of the season is set for Saturday, June 14, on the grounds of Domicile and Stuff in Sister Bay. Vendors from Door County and beyond will be selling antiques, junque, household items, collectibles, and treasures in the old apple orchard located at 10592 on Highway 57.

  • Bauernmalerei Demonstration

    Door County Art League (DCAL) artist Marjory Allingham will be demonstrating Bauernmalerei from 10 am – 5 pm on Saturday, May 31 at the Door County Art League Gallery in the Top of the Hill Shops on Highway 42 and County F in Fish Creek.

  • Local Artist Chosen for Prestigious Exhibition

    Sister Bay artist Bonnie Paruch, a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, was recently selected as an exhibitor in the Signature Member Exhibition to be held this summer at the Bennington Center for the Arts in Bennington, VT.

  • Peninsula Art School Youth Contest Winners

    Almost 50 young artists, ranging in age from one and a half to 16, competed for the top prize of a free summer workshop scholarship at the Peninsula Art School during the school’s Family Day on Saturday, May 17.

  • Peninsula Art School Showcases Work by Faculty

    The summer faculty of the Peninsula Art School reveal the roots of their style and inspiration in an exhibit entitled “Now & Then: Current and Early Works by Faculty,” on view June 20 to July 17 in the school’s Guenzel Gallery.

  • Fairfield Art Center Announces June Events

    The summer season has arrived, and the Fairfield Art Center in downtown Sturgeon Bay is preparing a variety of June events and activities. The art center will be introducing its brand-new “Find it at the Fairfield!” scavenger hunt, sponsored by the Artists Guild, on June 6 and an artists’ talk and slide-show presentation on June 12.

  • Bren Sibilsky Opens “The Alchemy of Nature, Myths & Magic”

    Internationally recognized sculptor and painter Bren Sibilsky will unveil her new exhibition, “The Alchemy of Nature, Myths & Magic,” on Tuesday, June 3, at the Fairfield Art Center in downtown Sturgeon Bay.

  • Spring Art Crawl in Ellison Bay Gives a Sneak Peak

    Art is blooming all over Ellison Bay this spring! Seven galleries in Ellison Bay open wide their studios and galleries to art lovers and collectors Saturday, May 17 and Sunday May 18 from 10 am – 5 pm.

  • Artistic “Celebration of Life on the Lake” in Kewaunee County

    Through the months of April and May students from Kewaunee and Algoma schools, as well as home school children and adult community members, have gathered at Clay on Steele in Algoma to create works of art celebrating life in Northeast Wisconsin on the Lake Michigan shore.

  • Two Wisconsin Artists Featured at Charlene’s Gallery Ten

    Charlene Berg at Gallery Ten in Gills Rock is anticipating the forthcoming summer art scene with a roster of ten new local and regional artists in featured solo-exhibits and the works of more than 100 others on display in her collection.

  • Linden and Barnsite Galleries Team Up

    Scott Tallman Powers and 22 oil painters from the U.S. recently painted for three weeks in Southwestern China. The trip, which was organized in cooperation between the Barnsite Gallery in Kewaunee and the Linden Gallery in Ellison Bay, provided these painters with the opportunity to surround themselves with the rich cultural traditions of the region.

  • DCAL “Sprummer” Show Opens

    In addition to artwork on display at the new Door County Art League Showcase Gallery in Fish Creek, members artwork can be seen at Trattoria Dal Santo, 147 N.

  • Door County Art League Showcase Gallery

    The Door County Art League (DCAL) will hold a grand opening for its new Showcase Gallery on Friday, May 23. The gallery will be open from 10 am – 5 pm, and a reception will be held from 5 – 9 pm, during which the public is cordially invited to meet and mingle with DCAL artists, enjoy refreshments, and peruse the many original pieces of art.