A nonprofit art organization promoting art, artists, and land conservation.
Gallery 224 | ARTservancy | Studio 224 was founded by Jane C. Suddendorf. Jane started this gallery in Port Washington as a simple place for students to create art and disply art. The original space was donated to help the cause. Eventually moving to its current location on 303 N Franklin Street.
Jane was always behind the scenes, never one to be in the limelight. Her last show, just a simple gathering, held a few months after she passed was titled To be Continued. . . which showcased posters for the many art shows she sponsored since the conception of the gallery.
Her love of art, land conservancy, and the wonderful community of artists she built continues today.
Gallery 224 has a 10-year history in the Port Washington community, has hosted over 50 art exhibitions and featured the work of over 600 artists.
We are currently promoting 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, well as virtually on our website.
On rotating view and for sale on our Artist Catalogue includes works from past ARTservancy residents, artist residents from Studio 224 and the complete print archive of past Port Washington Artist, Shirley Shanen Gruen.
ARTservancy is an artist residency program from Gallery 224 to promote the visionary work of artist and conservationists. Partnerships include the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust, the River Revitalization Foundation, the Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory, Tall Pines Conservancy and the Milwaukee Area Land Conservancy
Contact ARTservancy Director
Studio 224 is a collaborative studio space and home to a project-based Artist Residency Program. The studio includes a darkroom, a monotype press, and an etching press, as well as individual and common workspaces.
Studio 224 is committed to preserving, teaching, and providing the space to engage in alternative photographic processes, printmaking, and rich conversation between these practices. Programming includes workshops and informal sharing and learning opportunities for artists. The studio has supported over 40 artists residencies to date.
Contact Hal Rammel, Studio 224 Manager
PWSAC Port Washington Saukville Arts Council is the administrative umbrella of our organization. We support Artist Residency Programs and exhibitions while providing public exposure for artists and the opportunity to sell their work. We believe the presence of art strengthens and enhances the community both culturally and economically.
Contact: Alaina Rosenthal, Financial Manager email@example.com