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ARTservancy 2020 - 2021

Kelly Alexander

Krista Allenstein

Eddee Daniel

Leslie Fedorchuk

Devon Hugdahl

Barbara Manger

Mary Mendla

Danielle Pahlisch

Glenda Puhek

Vicki Reed

Tori Tasch

Emily Verbeten


ARTservancy 2021 - 2022

Mauriah Donegan

Sally Duback

Warren Enström

Frankie Suzanne Garr

Kristin Gjerdset

Angela and Justin Bitner

Jayce Kolinski

Berel Lutsky

Marsha Mcdonald

Heidi Parkes

Karen and Patrick Robison

Tom Smith

Beth Stoddard

Laj Waghray

Jaymee Harvey Willms

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ARTservancy 2022 - 2023

Holly Buchholz

Sarah Eichhorn

Heather Eiden

Samantha Hanneman

Lisa Leick

Ashley Lusietto

Deb Mortl

Julia Scheckel

Chuck Stebelton

James Toth

Jeff Zimpel

ARTservancy began in September of 2018 and has now grown to include five partnerships with the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust, the River Revitalization Foundation, the Lake Michigan Bird ObservatoryTall Pines Conservancy and the Milwaukee Area Land Conservancy. 


Artist Residents create a body of artwork inspired by the property, culminating in a month-long exhibition at Gallery 224. Programming is offered throughout their residency year, include an ongoing blog featuring the artist on A Wealth of Nature, on-site tours, performances, workshops and demonstrations. 


ARTservancy encourages collaborations with community partners to highlight access and give permission to create in natural spaces, breaking down the gates of a metaphorical Walled Garden.  ARTservancy's mission is to protect and establish empathetic roles in these spaces, while advocating for equal, safe and innovative artwork.  

Past artists in residence not listed above| The 2018-2019 Artists in Residence 

Reflections from Artist Residents


Eddee Daniel

Imagine all of these things are possible right in the middle of the city.

But, of course, there’s no need to imagine. Just head for the Milwaukee River Greenway.


Krista Allenstein

I am not educated in native plant species and my knowledge of trees is limited, so my appreciation of Sidney Woods was one of color, shape and texture.

Emily Verbeten

My work with Zinn preserve encapsulates my unique perspective as I walk down the path through the conifers, through the marsh, and let the preserve teach me as I bridge the worlds of science and art.

Follow Along with ARTservancy Residents on Instagram

Make sure to tag and follow @ARTservancy to keep up with Artist Residents as they share creative practices, programs, exhibitions and news. 

Why Support ARTservancy?

  • Visibility: ARTservancy  fosters  increased awareness of the value of green space on a creative, personal and experiential level. while providing visibility for both artists and conservationists.  It is an opportunity to reach an audience  who might not be aware of the ongoing and difficult tasks of preserving green space.  Artists are able to tell a story and inspire in a way that information alone does not.  

  • Fiscal Partnerships: Partnerships increase and build a more diverse audience for the cause.  Financial support for ARTservancy drives the continuation of deep collaborative partnerships and provides artists the freedom that allows creativity to bloom.  With your support, Gallery 224 will be able to provide direct financial support to ARTservancy artists for programming and projects.  Sponsoring one or more artists is a special way to support ARTservancy while providing a unique opportunity to get to know the artists who bring ARTservancy to life.  

  • Sharing Information:   ARTservancy helps create a more informed audience by providing an educational and interpretive component for audience engagement. The more we know about these sacred places and the animals, birds and insects that inhabit them, the better we can appreciate and protect them. 

  • Artist Support:  ARTservancy provides artist support through a rotation of exhibitions at Gallery 224. All of the art represented at Gallery 224 is created by ARTservancy artists both past and present, providing ongoing visibility for ARTservancy programming.

ARTservancy in partnership with

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