Water and Science are Focus for UU Artists

See works by artists Patt Huss and DK Palecek at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Gallery, now through September. Meet the artists on Aug. 12, 11 am – 1 pm.

A Wisconsin contemporary abstract painter, Huss is intrigued by nature, the human figure and water as it gently flows and winds its way into a good portion of her work. Observing weathered rocks, and broken worn walls, she seeks to “create richly textured paintings that reflect age and history making.”  

Palecek is an oil painter based in Northeast Wisconsin. Her fascination with art is based on the link between the eye and the brain. The brain can assimilate and translates volumes of information into an experience within seconds. For her, painting is this process in slow motion. She describes, “I paint with this delightful, ceaseless challenge all around me. I will never tire of the thrill of this phenomenon.”

The UU Gallery is free and open to the public. It is located at 10341 Hwy 42 in Ephraim. Hours are from 1 – 3 pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 11 am – 12 pm Sunday.

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