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Gallery artists, Tony Conrad and Rob Neilson talk about Public Art in Appleton on WHBY.com

Gallery artists, Tony Conrad and Rob Neilson talk about Public Art in Appleton on WHBY.com. Click here to listen to some of the projects that they have in the Fox Valley as well as the importance of community involvement. 


Gallery artist, Sara Willadsen at The Draw

If you missed gallery artist, Sara WIlladsen’s reception at The Draw in Appleton there is still time. Partly Heard Song Exhibition ends September 25, 2016. The Draw is located at 800 S. Lawe Street, Appleton, WI 54915.

A big thanks to Sara Risley for sharing these photos.

About Sara.

Sara Willadsen exhibits a show of new work for a large-scale painting installation. Sara’s work is an ongoing exploration of process and formal elements influenced by the forms and hues of architecture and her surroundings. She earned a BA in Studio Arts at Lakeland College and an MFA in Painting from Northern Illinois University. In 2015 she completed a residency at Eastside International in Los Angeles, and in May 2016 her work featured in the New American Paintings: Midwest Edition exhibition at Elmhurst Art Museum. She has exhibited nationally.

The Mastermind Behind Downtown Appleton’s Mandalas Project: Tony Conrad

Credit Source: Posted on Aug 22, 2016 by

Congratulations to gallery artist, Tony Conrad for designing a unique and exciting project in Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Click here to read the article. 

All photographs were taken by Kim Thiel Photography


Up and Close: Their Art. Their Stories (OFFICIAL TRAILER)

The Frank Juarez Gallery in collaboration with Kidder Films is proud to present the official trailer – Up and Close: Their Art. Their Stories. This documentary follows four distinct gallery artists throughout Wisconsin taking a closer look at their process, their art and their stories.


Location: Frank Juarez Gallery, 604 Erie Avenue, Sheboygan, WI 53081

Date: Saturday, November 16, 2013

Time: Screening starts at 7pm.

To attend this screening please RSVP here [link]

A limited supply of Up and Close: Their Art. Their Stories DVDs will be available at $15 during the screening.