Graduating seniors to exhibit work at UW-L show
“End” is the title of this year’s fall senior exhibition in the University Art Gallery on the first floor of the Center for the Arts, 16th and Vine streets. The exhibit opens with a reception from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, and runs through Wednesday, Dec. 12.
“End” signifies the closing of a chapter in the students’ lives and displays skills they have acquired during that time. As artists ready to enter the professional world after graduation in December, “End” also points to new beginnings beyond college.
The exhibit features a diverse collection of media and content including printmaking, painting, jewelry, metalwork and photography. Artists in the exhibit include: Amber Brader, Joanne Clark, Tristan Donaldson, Danielle Lund, Dani Wallace and Marissa Welhouse.
Regular gallery hours are noon-8 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, noon-5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and during events in Toland Theatre. Admission is free.
Get more information about the University Gallery and art program at www.uwlax.edu/art.
If you go-
Who: Six graduating UW-La Crosse art students
What: “End,” this year’s fall senior exhibition
When: Opens with a reception from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, through Wednesday, Dec. 12.
Regular gallery hours: noon-8 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, noon-5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and during events in Toland Theatre.
Where: University Art Gallery, first floor, UW-L Center for the Arts, 16th and Vine streets.
Images attached -
[1 brader-amber.jpg ] Interior, digital inkjet print, by Amber Brader
[2 Donaldson-Tristan.jpg] Descent, digital inkjet print, by Tristan Donaldson
[3 Lund-Danielle.JPG ] 21st century American Flag, multiplate intaglio print, by Danielle Lund
[4 Wallace-Dani.jpg ] Columbine, multiplate intaglio print, by Dani Wallace
[5 Welhouse-Marissa.JPG ] Eaten Away, woodcut, by Marissa Welhouse.
Studio Gallery is having two Openings and Receptions this Friday and Saturday. Check out their blogsite for more information.
(from Ellen Roles)
ART Review Thursday–Critique and Lessons
Date for next ART Review Thursday is Thursday October 18, 2012.
Days: 1st and 3rd Thursday
Where: South Side Neighborhood Center 1300 S. 6th St. La Crosse
Fee: $2.00 for use of the hall
Focus of Critique and Lessons
2-dimensional art: watercolor, oil, acrylic, pastel, drawing, collage…
Completed paintings brought for response, comments, and critique by the group.
Help given for painting in the planning stages.
Some teaching or lessons or goals for the next couple of weeks: Maybe some ideas about unity, variety, balance, backgrounds, value, perspective, complements, equipment and much more.
Not a time to paint
For more information contact email@example.com
In October, VIVA Gallery (Viroqua Independent Visual Artists Cooperative) welcomes Fine Art Photographer Jack Hill. Jack studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Center of the Eye School of photography I Aspen. Colorado.Jack began his work with film photography. He now uses the knowledge gained from traditional photography with digital techniques and processes. He makes his own prints using archival pigment inks with a variety of fine art papers.
Jack who resides in the beautiful and photogenic Kickapoo River Valley works to create pictures that reach out with an invitation to enter emotionally and explore. He loves images that grow and allow for a deepening relationship. His goal is to present work which stimulates the people that view it.
Meet Jack and view his work at VIVA’s First Thursday reception on October 4th from 5:00 pm to 7:00pm. The gallery is located at: 217 South Main Street in Viroqua. For more information contact the gallery at 608-637-6918 or visit us on the web at http://vivagallery.net/. See Jack’s work at the artist cooperative gallery throughout the month of October, as well as the work of 18 member artists.
The VIVA Featured Member Artist for October is : Anne Tedeschi, Watercolorist. She will have “Pouring Watercolor” Demonstrations on October 13 &17th : 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM.
Have dinner at the Rooted Spoon following the artist reception. Call: 609-637-2223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.