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Iconic Wisconsin

November 8, 2017 - January 21, 2018

The diverse works of 56 artists from Wisconsin and three surrounding states provide an expressive portrait of our state’s landscape, culture, heritage and more. The highlights of this exhibition of nearly 75 works reveal unique aspects of Wisconsin that are not found elsewhere. 

At the November 11 opening reception, six artists were recognized with awards.  Patrick Doughman, Cedarburg, garnered Best of Show with his acrylic painting Georgia Waits.  A second place award went to Martin Keey, West Bend, for his photograph Burke Brise Soleil, while Dan Ingebrigtson, Franklin, earned a third place award for his cast bronze sculpture, Bass


Honorable Mention awards were presented to Karla Fuller, Oconomowoc, for a 3D mixed media collage Thirty Workers' Cottages: A Portrait of Humble Beginnings; Laurie Haig, Whitefish Bay, for a quilted work, Road to the Ferry; and Julianne Hunter, Mequon, for an acrylic painting, New Door on an Old Barn.  

Artists in Iconic Wisconsin: Christine Alfery, Nancee Ariagno, Chris Behrs, Michael Bunton, W. Joseph Christiansen, Martha Coaty, Patrick Doughman, Patti Doughman, Audrey Dulmes, Joe Estrada, Tom Ferguson, Thomas Ferrella, John French, Karla Fuller, Veronica Gagliano, Laurie Haig, Sue Haislmaier, Brian Hartmann, Walter Healey, Julianne Hunter, Bruce Hustad, Dan Ingebrigtson, Frankie Johnson, Shelby Keefe, Marin Keey, Judith Kervin, David Kurtz, Brian McCormick, John McGee, Barbara McHugh, William Millonig, Martin Morante, Deb Mortl, Kate Mueller, Judith Gahn Murphy, Julie Nielsen, Sandy Pape, Thomas Pscheid, Sabrina Rembert, Lynn Rix, Susan Robison-Strane, Jim Rossol, Lynne Ruehl, Pamela Ruschman, Darlene Wesenberg Rzezotarski, Chris Sommerfelt, Steven Stanger, Beth Stoddard, Alice Struck, Eve Sumsky, Min Kyoung Sung, Connie Taagen, Barbara Vater, Helen Waldschmidt, David Williams, Mindy Sue Wittock, Doug Witz.
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