Celebrating the Visual Arts in North East and South East Wisconsin

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19th Annual Juried Show: Alive in the Arts Opens June 6th at the Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center

520 East Mill Street

Plymouth, WI 53071

www.plymoutharts.org

June 6 – August 1

Gallery 110 North’s 19th Annual Juried Art Exhibit

Screen shot 2014-04-14 at 2.24.38 PMWisconsin professional artists and Wisconsin residents for whom fine art is an avocation will be featured in the Gallery 110 North’s 19th Annual Juried Exhibit, “Alive in the Arts.” “Alive in the Arts” opens on Friday, June 6th, 2014 with a festive reception from 4:30-8pm. This exhibition truly emulates the continuing mission of the Plymouth Arts Center to focus on the original artwork of artists living and working in Wisconsin. Gallery 110 North is the perfect setting to celebrate the quality works being created today by artists all across our state.

The juror for this 19th annual juried competition is Kristin Gjerdset, the Associate Professor and Head of the Art Department at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee. Her artwork is exhibited nationally.

The Alive in the Arts exhibit is generously underwritten by Community Bank and Trust and 20/20 Visions, Dr. Sharon Roberts and Dr. Brad Wicklund.

Image above: Brent Villareal, “Organic Plug”, plaster,  7”x6”x4.5”, 2013 Best of Show.

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