Gallery 224 presents, Eddee Daniel
Stop down by our window in the month of February to see the artwork of ARTservancy Artist Resident, Eddee Daniel.
This exhibition features artwork inspired by
the Milwaukee River Greenway,
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Followers of The Natural Realm know Eddee as the photographer and writer of many a blog post, as well as a board member of Preserve Our Parks and Project Director of A Wealth of Nature.
Trained as an art educator at UW—Madison and UWM, Eddee had a rewarding 30-year career teaching art at Marquette University High School before retiring to pursue his personal practice full time. His lifelong avocation has been an abiding love of nature and concern for the environment.
Eddee is the author of Urban Wilderness: Exploring a Metropolitan Watershed, as well as a large bibliography of self-published photography books. The design of books is an important aspect of my artistic practice. A collaborative book about the Milwaukee River Greenway is in progress.
disappearing into the depths of a riverside forest, into a valley between tall bluffs, on a trail beneath a sheltering green canopy.
kayaking downstream on a wide, scenic river with moods ranging from placid pools to turbulent whitewater.
hearing only the sounds of wind in the trees, water gurgling over rocks, and bird song.
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