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Closed Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 23rd

 

Christmas Eve -  Open 10 am - 2 pm - Sunday, December 24th 

 

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New Years Eve - Open 10 am - 2 pm  - Sunday, December 31st

 

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS 


Theresa Abel and Kelli Hoppmann 

 - Stones and stoics
NOVEMBER 10 - DECEMBER 31, 2023

 

Madison based painters, Theresa Abel and Kelli Hoppmann, have a decades-long friendship and creative partnership. Hoppmann creates allegorical tableaus of the human condition, often verging on surreal, which blend human with animal and character with costume, complicating notions of identity in highly narrative works. Abel draws her visual vocabulary from medieval religious iconography to examine both the fiction and dogma of stories she learned from her Catholic upbringing. Abel is particularly interested in the role once held by the church of commissioning and housing works of art and sees the modern institutions which now assume this role as proxy for modern religion. 

 

In-Person Artist Talk with Theresa Abel and Kelli Hoppmann

Saturday, November 8th, 2 pm

 

CUP SHOW
November 10 - December 31, 2023

 

Perhaps the simplest, most utilitarian vessel, the cup possesses an immense history and enormous formal variation. This exhibit showcases cups in their many forms by Chris Alveshere, Tom Bartel, Karl Borgeson, Winthrop Byers, Jeff Campana, Craig Clifford, Nick DeVries, Paul Donnelly, Delores Fortuna, Daniel Garver, Chase Gamblin, Chris Gustin, Rick Hintze, Noelle Hoover, Maggie Jaszczak, Tom Jaszczak, Kyle Johns, Stacey Hardy, Bryan Hopkins, Joanne Kirkland, Tim Kowalczyk, Nancy Kubale, Debbie Kupinsky, Lynda Ladwig, Glynnis Lessing, Kate Marotz, Rachelle Miller, Ryan Myers, Ted Neal, Charlie Olson, Wendy Olson, Deshun Peoples, Peter Pincus, Matt Repsher, Melanie Sherman, Juliane Shibata, Mark Skudlarek, Shumpei Yamaki. 

 

 

No. 5: Storm Windows by Richard Jones

November 10 - December 31, 2023

 

Since closing his glass studio, Studio Paran in 2020, Madison-based artist Richard Jones has focused on art that recycles defunct and discarded objects and materials. For this installation Jones imagines a room cobbled from salvaged windows and lumber with views of skies seen and unseen, buffeted by internal winds. At the outer edges, other windows open to gardens within and without.

 

In-Person Artist Talk with Richard Jones - Saturday, December 2nd, 2 pm

 

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