A nonprofit art organization promoting art, artists, and land conservation.
Welcome to Gallery 224
Gallery 224 proudly presents
ARTservancy Artist in Residence,
Join Us for an Opening Reception
Saturday, May 6th, 6-7:30 pm
Deb's paintings, inspired by a yearlong
residency at Spirit Lake Preserve,
a property of the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust
will be on display from May 4-28, 2023
The month of May marks World Migratory Bird Day.
In partnership with Lake Michigan Bird Observatory
(LMBO), formerly Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory (wglbbo), Gallery 224, Students of PWSSD
and ARTservancy Artists will host a show, Taking Flight, opening Friday, May 19th, 5-7pm..
A Gallery 224 Film Experience
We invite you to view
وادی میں With ma, at the Gorge ( 20 mins)
& nature, we have some questions. (5 mins)
Laj P. Waghray & Red Crane Films
at Gallery 224 located in the rear of the interior space.
These meditative films allow viewers to process loss and address questions regarding access to natural spaces.
Gallery 224's Spring Hours:
Thursdays- Sundays, 11am-4pm
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Gallery 224 has a 10-year history in the Port Washington community, hosting over 50 art exhibitions and featuring the work of over 600 artists.
We are currently highlighting ARTservancy, a year-long artist residency program to promote the visionary work of both artists and conservationists.
Each month, our Current Exhibition will feature a different ARTservancy artist resident in the windows at Gallery 224, as well as virtually on our website.
In our interior space, we showcase a changing collection from local artists, typically curated and based on theme.
Our Artist Catalogue includes works from past ARTservancy residents, artists-in-residence at Studio 224 and the complete print archive of past Port Washington Artist, Shirley Shanen Gruen.
Join in with Gallery 224 Events hosted by our volunteers, residents and partners.
Among the many changes experienced at Gallery 224, the most significant has been the loss of our founder, Jane C. Suddendorf.
Jane is greatly missed by those in the south-eastern Wisconsin arts community. Her encouragement and vision continues to influence our artists, spaces and programming.
Please consider joining those already donating on Jane's behalf and continuing her legacy.
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Winter Gallery Hours:
Thursday through Sundays
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
303 N Franklin Street
Port Washington, WI 53074
(formerly Shirley Schanen Gruen's Studio)