(ARTservancy artist resident, Mary Mendla at Fairy Chasm State Natural Area. Photo by Eddee Daniel)

October Featured ARTservancy Artist, Mary Mendla

Mary Mendla's artwork, inspired by her time at Fairy Chasm State Natural Area, is currently on view at Gallery 224, and virtually on our website.

ARTservancy artist, Mary Mendla talks about her recent work inspired by her year-long residency at Fairy Chasm State Natural Area.  Mary shares her experience with ARTservancy and what it means to wander longingly in a forest in search of mystery.  You can watch a video recording of the Zoom talk here: 

Mary Mendla presents via Zoom her work for ARTservancy

Treasures of OZ

 

October 14-21st, visit the 'Treasures of Oz', and experience the most beautiful-in-autumn places from ARTservancy partner,

Ozaukee Washington Land Trust

 

Gallery 224 Window and Virtual Exhibitions

 

We look forward to welcoming you back to Gallery 224 at our new location, when it is safe to gather indoors again.  Meanwhile, we will continue to feature monthly, in our window exhibition space, a different ARTservancy resident at Gallery 224.  The exhibition can be viewed from outside, as well as virtually on our website.  

 

In November, we will feature the work of Glenda Puhek, who has been working with ceramics inspired by her time at Turtle Park.

 

ARTservancy

We are pleased to announce the ARTservancy artists for 2020-21, and are truly excited to have such a diverse range of artists and art media represented.  This should make for an interesting program year coming up, with some possible on-site collaboration.  In addition, photographer and blogger Eddee Daniel will once again feature participating artists on his blog, A Wealth of Nature and graphic designer, Tyra Baumler from Tessera Design will be designing our promotional material.

Stay tuned for programming details and updates.

ARTservancy is a year-long artist in residence program in partnership with the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust and the Milwaukee River Revitalization Foundation, and the Milwaukee Land Conservancy.

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