While the upcoming exhibitions, American Impressionism and Forest Folklore, are being installed, the north galleries will be closed. During these transition days, visitors can experience artwork from the Museum’s collection, on view in the Museum’s south galleries and in the sculpture garden, and Art Park – the Museum’s interactive family gallery in the lower level. Connect with us at 715.845.7010 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.More »
Two distinct exhibitions featuring American Impressionism paintings and touchable low-relief sculptures of folktales open at the Woodson Art Museum on Saturday, December 5. American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists’ Colony and Forest Folklore: A Multisensory Experience remain on view through February 21, 2016, and will be enlivened by an array of programs for all ages, including snow sculpture, gallery walks, workshops, and hands-on activities led by visiting artists who explore exhibition themes.More »
Exhibitions drawn from the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum’s collection complement the 2015 Birds in Art exhibition, on view through November 29. Well Drawn: Collection Highlights remains on view through November 29; other collection exhibitions remain on view through February 21, 2016 and beyond.More »
Recently I spent eight amazing days in New York City. The Woodson Art Museum’s director Kathy Foley and I immersed ourselves in the art, culture, food, aromas, and sounds of the Big Apple during the annual American Art Week. A truly sensational experience.More »
New paper birds – adorned with memories, lovely comments, and sketches – continue flocking to the commemorative birch tree grove, Birds of a Feather: 40 Years Together. Visitors, invited to jot or draw Birds in Art memories, have responded enthusiastically. Be sure to visit before Birds in Art 2015, on view through November 29, flies away!More »
I have my share of vices; procrastination isn’t one of them. I’m a planner and an organizer. I like all my ducks in a row . . . literally.