Fifty Wisconsin painters and sculptors accepted the Miller Art Museum’s invitation to participate in bringing nature indoors for the “Wildlife Biennial XIV” exhibition.” Paintings and drawings, highly realistic carvings, life-size bronze bird sculptures, humorous interpretations of animal family activities, and non-traditional contemporary depictions of nature subjects are included in the exhibit, which continues through July 21.
Artists participating in this year’s exhibition include nationally known and award-winning carvers Gary Eigenberger of Green Bay, Marcus Schultz of Denmark, and Todd Wohlt of Appleton. Others, such as Sally M. Berner of Green Bay, are members of the prestigious national organization Society of Animal Artists (SAA).
Door County artists featured in the exhibit include David and Jeanne Aurelius, Karen Becker, Pete Bosman, Thomas L. Copet, Todd Copet, Dan Cross, Bill Dehos, James Ingwersen, Emery Krueger, Richard Mueller, Sandra Place, Tom Seagard, and Harvey Stahl.
This exhibition is made possible by sponsors Jack and Lois Bauer, George and Kristi Roenning, and Margaret Utzinger.
The Miller Art Museum, located at 107 S. 4th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, is open Monday 10 am – 8 pm and Tuesday through Saturday 10 am – 5 pm. For more information call 920.746.0707.