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Arts Day Wisconsin 2019

On March 12th, Arts Wisconsin hosted its annual Arts Day at the Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, Wisconsin. Frank Juarez Gallery/Artdose Art Guidewere a donor sponsor of this highly anticipated advocacy event for the Arts.

Investment in the arts and creativity is an investment in Wisconsin’s future.  Arts Day 2019 celebrates the diversity and variety of Wisconsin’s entrepreneurial arts and creative sector, demonstrates the ways in which creativity revitalizes communities across the state, and shares those stories with representatives and decision-makers.


The Artdose Driving Art Tour – October 18, 2014, 10am-4pm

Artdose Art Guide is happy to announce the 2014 Artdose Driving Art Tour. What is a driving art tour you may be wondering. Well, it is a one-day art event where the public can experience the local arts in North East Wisconsin. Art galleries, arts center, and artist studios will be open from 10am-4pm with a social gathering at Two Fish Gallery from 5pm-7pm.  Two Fish Gallery is located at 244 East Rhine Street in Elkhart Lake. 

Mark your Calendar

Saturday, October 18, 2014

10am-4pm

All questions can be directed to Frank Juarez at frankjuarezgallery(at)gmail.com.

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The Artdose Driving Art Tour ad was designed by Amy Jarvis.

Visit her at www.facebook.com/amyjarvisart.

Racine Arts Council Time Share Exchange Reception at the Frank Juarez Gallery

Frank Juarez Gallery

1109 North 8th Street

Sheboygan, WI 53081

frankjuarezgallery.com

 

Photos by Dale Van Minsel.

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Dale Van Minsel, photographer

Born in Wisconsin. Currently live and work in Southeastern Wisconsin. Dale has worked with the art and craft of photography since 1978 having served as event and public relations photographer for two local colleges over the course of my professional career. His personal work mostly involves creating unique images using the iPhone and photo apps. I’ve always enjoyed creating “altered landscapes” using whatever medium was available at the time but iPhoneography and photo apps really allow him to create unique images without cost or equipment limitations. He has participated in exhibitions throughout East-Central Wisconsin as well as participated in group exhibits in New York City and Ferrara and Verona Italy. He is an artist member of Sheboygan Visual Artists and a professional level member of Wisconsin Visual Artists. 

Website: www.dvanminsel.com

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts 2014 Inaugural Membership Exhibition

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts

51 Sheboygan Street

Fond du Lac, WI 54935

thelmaarts.org

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts 2014 Inaugural Membership Exhibition runs from May 8 through June 22, 2014

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Dale Van Minsel, photographer

Born in Wisconsin. Currently live and work in Southeastern Wisconsin. Dale has worked with the art and craft of photography since 1978 having served as event and public relations photographer for two local colleges over the course of my professional career. His personal work mostly involves creating unique images using the iPhone and photo apps. I’ve always enjoyed creating “altered landscapes” using whatever medium was available at the time but iPhoneography and photo apps really allow him to create unique images without cost or equipment limitations. He has participated in exhibitions throughout East-Central Wisconsin as well as participated in group exhibits in New York City and Ferrara and Verona Italy. He is an artist member of Sheboygan Visual Artists and a professional level member of Wisconsin Visual Artists. 

Endangered Spaces, Historic Places Exhibition by the Water’s Edge Artists at the Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center

520 East Mill Street

Plymouth, WI 53073

www.plymoutharts.org

This exhibition ends May 30, 2014

Water’s Edge Artists – Painters for Preservation –is an alliance of plein air artists dedicated to artistically recording historic, endangered or threatened places. Our generous sponsor for this exhibit is the Plymouth Rotary Club.

The Water’s Edge Artists meet monthly to creatively capture both celebrated and humble environmental or historically significant treasures. The group engages with one another and the public, both as individuals and as a whole, through collaboration with and financial support of local environmental and historic preservation stewardship organizations. 

Through these joint efforts, WEA endeavors to stimulate awareness of the need to protect and celebrate our unique, precious and essential natural resources and historic places.

Image courtesy of the Plymouth Arts Center

Image courtesy of the Plymouth Arts Center

2014 Waters Edge

Image courtesy of the Plymouth Arts Center

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Image courtesy of the Plymouth Arts Center