Past Exhibitions

Eye of the Beholder

African Americans Collecting Art

May 20, 2020 - September 27, 2020


This exhibition shares the artwork from private collections of 22 select collectors from Milwaukee and surrounding southeastern Wisconsin.  With a passionate unique pursuit, the exhibition features a diversity inherent to each collector's individual tastes.

Guest curated by Evelyn Patricia Terry.

Sponsored by:

Virtual Tour with Guest Curator, Evelyn Patricia Terry

Part 1

Part 2

Collecting Discussion
Panel Discussion featuring Blaine Gibson, June Perry-Stevens, Evelyn Patricia Terry, Wyman Winston, and Una Van Duvall.
Thanks to Cedarburg Art Museum staff: Allison Wray, Mary Chemotti, and Samantha Landre.
Valuing The Black Owned Art Gallery
Panel Discussion led by Cynthia Henry and featuring Blaine Gibson.

Contributing Collectors:

Mary Ali-Masai

Carol A. Barnett

Sequoia Blackwell

Randy Bryant & Cecilia Gore

Irma & John W. Daniels, Jr.

Jenelle Elder-Green

Dorothy Greer & the late Calvin Greer

Blaine & Maureen Gibson

Cynthia Y. Henry & the late Gregory D. Stanford

Josephine Hill

William Johnson

Cory & Michelle Nettles

June Perry-Stevens & Bill Stevens

Sande Robinson

Dominique Samari

Nancy Simuel

Evelyn Patricia Terry

Una Van Duvall

Della Wells

Wyman Winston

Troy Yancey 

Earth & Water: Sculpture by Teresa Lind

June 10, 2020 -  October 11, 2020

The convergence of femininity and grit is explored through the Cedarburg Art Museum’s summer 2020 sculpture series. Metalsmith Teresa Lind transforms her feminine figures into earth and water goddesses, not only representing these elements, but humanity’s stewardship of them. Open and free to the public, viewers are invited to wonder through the museum’s outdoor sculpture garden to experience the debut of Lind’s new sculpture series,“Earth and Water”.

At the root of Lind’s oeuvre is inspiration found from the strong women who surround her including her students at UW-Whitewater. Her sledge hammer wielding female students exemplify the balance between being feminine and powerful through gritty manual labor. Lind materializes this theme by shaping feminine forms with iron, aluminum and cement. Beyond her comment on femininity, she transfigures her female forms to earth and water goddesses for this series. Lind hopes her work will encourage the viewer to ponder not only what it means to be female, but consider what our responsibilities are as humans to the earth and water.

Sponsored by:

Steve Puttrich: 

Beauty of Life at All Stages


May 20, 2020 - September 27, 2020  

For Steve Puttrich, flowers are a metaphor for life.  Beauty is found in every stage and through Puttrich's paintings, we can experience flowers in all their stages of grace.  

Sponsored by:

Hillside of Color, Oil, 9x12

Twin Moonflowers, Oil, 11x14

Morning Light on Hydrangea Grove, Oil, 11x14

More to come...



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