Marine Life from Shore to Floor by Peggy Macnamara

January 15 - April 11, 2022 | Main Galleries

With a focus on wildlife, Peggy Macnamara has been the artist in residence at the Field Museum, Chicago, IL, for 30 years. Marine Life from Shore to Floor presents 35 large-scale watercolors created in partnership with Ocean Conservation Scientist Janet Voight, as Macnamara illustrates Voight’s subjects, work and findings.

New Aquisitions by Wisconsin Women: Sally Duback, Pamela Murphy, and Sandra Shackelford

January 15 - April 11, 2022 | Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine

Three new living artists have been added into the permanent collection of the Miller Art Museum. Wisconsin based women Sally Duback of Mequon, Pamela Murphy from Sister Bay and Sandra Shackelford of Green Bay.

48th Annual Salon of Door County High School Art

April 16 - May 23, 2022 | Main Galleries

A highlight of the Miller Art Museum’s annual exhibition program, the 48th Annual Salon of Door County High School Art highlights work from more than 100 students ages 15-18 years from each of the Peninsula’s five high schools: Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Washington Island High Schools.

For the Love of Chardin

May 28 - July 11, 2022 | Main Galleries

In celebration of the still life genre, For the Love of Chardin presents 45 works inspired by the 18th-century French painter, Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin from members of the New York-based art collective, Zeuxis. The artists of Zeuxis offer analysis and tribute to one of history’s most accomplished still life painters.

Landscapes of Absence by Brandon Bauer

July 16 - September 12, 2022 | Main Galleries

St. Norbert College Associate Professor of Art Brandon Bauer explores the ethical issues around the use of Isis propaganda within the media and the tactics of dehumanization that serve to promote propaganda as a mediated spectacle. Large-scale landscape images that once contained scenes of terrorist violence are rendered void of the human element in order to acknowledge the natural settings and reassert dignity.

47th Juried Annual

September 17 - October 31, 2022 | Main Galleries

A pillar of the Miller Art Museum’s annual exhibition calendar, the Juried Annual features new and exciting contemporary work by Wisconsin visual artists ages 18 and older, providing a survey of the artistic talent and achievement across the state in painting, drawing, graphics, and photography. The submission period for entries opens Monday, June 13 and closes Monday, August 15 at 5:00pm.

Hanseatic: The Life and Work of Karsten and Ellen Topelmann

November 5 - December 30, 2022 | Main Galleries

In acknowledgement of the final season of a 50-year career, Hanseatic tells the story of a family, and the building of a thriving art gallery, in celebration of Door County legacy artists and founders of Hanseatic Gallery, Karsten and Ellen Sprogø Topelmann.

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