The PBS Wisconsin television show Wisconsin Life highlighted Algoma sculptor and painter Bren Sibilsky as a feature story during its Jan. 9, 7 pm, episode. (Check pbswisconsin.org/schedule to see other airing times.) After communicating throughout the summer and fall, the TV crew interviewed Sibilsky at her studio and gallery and took lots of videos and still photos.
Sibilsky is a full-time sculptor and painter whose work resides in many collections throughout North America and Europe. Her work has been juried into many regional and international shows, including the International ARC Salon as a finalist in sculpture six times, and Best in Sculpture for Manhattan Arts International many times for various exhibitions. She has also participated in demonstrations and exhibitions at the Miller Art Museum, Francis Hardy Gallery, Arc Gallery, Koehline Museum, Fairfield Center for Contemporary Art, Linden Gallery and Barnsite Gallery, among others.
Sibilsky graduated from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and is represented in galleries in Arizona, Wisconsin and New York. She has done intensive figure study with international sculptor Hanna Jubran and bronze-casting study with Ken and Mary Davidson.