Deborah Dendler, local sculptor, has two sculptures in the Neville Museum Art Exhibition in Green Bay: “Diogenes” and “After the Bath.”
“Diogenes” is an epoxy bronze portrayal of the Greek philosopher Diogenes who carried a lit lantern through the streets of Athens during the daytime, saying he was looking for an honest man. “After the Bath” is a terracotta figure of a new mother and her baby sharing a tender moment after the bath. Still gracefully draped with a towel, she holds the infant in a close embrace.
This is the first public exhibition of “Diogenes.” “After the Bath” was first exhibited publically at The Hardy Gallery in 2015. The exhibition runs from May 14 – July 3, Tuesday through Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm, and Sunday, 12 – 5 pm.
Dendler has also been invited to exhibit a portrait in the Miller Art Museum’s Door Prize for Portraiture. Dendler’s drawing, “The Red Sweater” is a very personal red chalk portrait of her grandson wearing a sweater handmade by his great-great-grandmother. The show runs from June 4 to July 26, Monday 10 am – 8 pm 8; Tuesday through Saturday 10 am – 5 pm at Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay.
For more information visit deborahdendler.com.