Sturgeon Bay’s Miller Art Museum will reveal a new exhibit on Feb. 14, titled CREATIVE POWER.
The exhibit follows Charles L. Peterson in the Permanent Collection, which features 19 works by the nationally-recognized maritime artist. The final day to view Peterson’s work is Feb. 12, 10 am – 7 pm.
CREATIVE POWER is a traveling exhibition of works administered by ARTS for ALL Wisconsin. The works featured were created by youth and adults with physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. The aim of the exhibit is to center the creative expressions, experiences, and perspectives of such artists.
“Representation for people of all abilities is critically important,” Miller curator Helen del Guidice said. “The Miller Art Museum is committed to providing a platform for all artists, ensuring these very unique and vibrant voices are seen by our communities in Northeast Wisconsin.”
Breakthrough, oil on canvas by Rick Yanke. Submitted.
The exhibition will be on view on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine through April 6.
The Miller Art Museum is located at 107 S. 4th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay.