Mary Blotti Anderson of Fish Creek has been juried into the “Culture + Agriculture” exhibit currently showing at the Marshfield Clinic’s “New Visions Gallery” in Marshfield, WI. The juried show runs through September 3 and opened with a reception on July 11 in honor of the 98 artists displaying their work.
Anderson’s entry was “Past 150 Years in Gibraltar Township,” an acrylic painting created along with a body of work celebrating Gibraltar’s Sesquicentennial in 2008.
The painting, created with the help of a grant by the Peninsula Arts Association/Wisconsin Arts Board, includes historical landmarks of Gibraltar Township’s past and present.
Anderson’s work often features farming scenes, water tanks, and remnants of past agriculture in the Door County area, as well as water scenes. Her pastels are shown at the Paint Box Gallery in Ephraim and the Door County Art League Gallery at the Top of the Hill Shops in Fish Creek.