WVA
WVA NE Chapter Members Show

Wisconsin Visual Artists Northeast Chapter Members Show, an annual exhibition featuring two and three-dimensional work that this year highlights the work of 38 member artists. The WVA began in 1900 as the first professional association of artists in the state and has continued for 123 years as an educational, supportive, and connective force for artists within Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Visual Artists Northeast Chapter Members Show, an annual exhibition featuring two and three-dimensional work that this year highlights the work of 38 member artists. The WVA began in 1900 as the first professional association of artists in the state and has continued for 123 years as an educational, supportive, and connective force for artists within Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Visual Artists Northeast Chapter Members Show, an annual exhibition featuring two and three-dimensional work that this year highlights the work of 38 member artists. The WVA began in 1900 as the first professional association of artists in the state and has continued for 123 years as an educational, supportive, and connective force for artists within Wisconsin.

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Expressions of Place:
Painting en Plein Air

Expressions of Place, an invitational exhibit, highlights plein air painting in celebration of the rich history of the practice on the Door Peninsula. Works by artists Brian Sindler (Chicago, IL.), Shelby Keefe (Milwaukee), Marc Anderson (Sturgeon Bay), Stephanie Lord (Sturgeon Bay, WI) and Hector Acuna (Grafton, WI) will be featured and complimented by a selection of plein air works curated from the Museum's permanent collection.

Expressions of Place, an invitational exhibit, highlights plein air painting in celebration of the rich history of the practice on the Door Peninsula. Works by artists Brian Sindler (Chicago, IL.), Shelby Keefe (Milwaukee), Marc Anderson (Sturgeon Bay), Stephanie Lord (Sturgeon Bay, WI) and Hector Acuna (Grafton, WI) will be featured and complimented by a selection of plein air works curated from the Museum's permanent collection.

Expressions of Place, an invitational exhibit, highlights plein air painting in celebration of the rich history of the practice on the Door Peninsula. Works by artists Brian Sindler (Chicago, IL.), Shelby Keefe (Milwaukee), Marc Anderson (Sturgeon Bay), Stephanie Lord (Sturgeon Bay, WI) and Hector Acuna (Grafton, WI) will be featured and complimented by a selection of plein air works curated from the Museum's permanent collection.

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Travel Beyond Your Horizon
Travel Beyond Your Horizon

Plan your visit across Wisconsin to explore the state’s most vibrant and charming communities, home to renowned art museums that together make up Wisconsin Art Destinations. 13 art museums are working together to raise the profile of Wisconsin as a destination for the visual arts by inviting visitors of all backgrounds, inclinations and levels of interest in art to explore and experience the state’s art museums and surrounding destinations! Learn more here!

Plan your visit across Wisconsin to explore the state’s most vibrant and charming communities, home to renowned art museums that together make up Wisconsin Art Destinations. 13 art museums are working together to raise the profile of Wisconsin as a destination for the visual arts by inviting visitors of all backgrounds, inclinations and levels of interest in art to explore and experience the state’s art museums and surrounding destinations! Learn more here!

Plan your visit across Wisconsin to explore the state’s most vibrant and charming communities, home to renowned art museums that together make up Wisconsin Art Destinations. 13 art museums are working together to raise the profile of Wisconsin as a destination for the visual arts by inviting visitors of all backgrounds, inclinations and levels of interest in art to explore and experience the state’s art museums and surrounding destinations! Learn more here!

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A year-round art museum located in the heart of historic downtown Sturgeon Bay on Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, fostering the creative life of the community.

About the Miller Art Museum

Founded in 1975 through the generosity of Gerhard and Ruth Miller, the Miller Art Museum is Door County’s year-round center for exhibition, education and creative enrichment in the visual arts and the Peninsula’s only fine art museum, housing a dynamic permanent collection of 20th c. Wisconsin art. The Museum’s main gallery features regularly changing exhibitions, embracing a wide range of subjects and media, both historic and contemporary; the second floor Gerhard CF Miller wing surveys the extraordinary life and work of celebrated dean of Door County artists Gerhard CF Miller.

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