|Calvin Nicholls shares techniques he developed
to create his paper sculpture.
|Jason Ramey discusses and demonstrates
wood bending using a steam box.
|Ramey assists students (including me)
in a wood-bending workshop.
|Sherrie York teaches students linocut printing before
they try designing and making a print of their own.
|Students ink a woodblock during Sherrie York’s
residency, “Let the Good Times Steamroll.”
|York and area students place fabric over a large, inked
woodblock that is about to be pressed with a large roller.
|Nancy Laliberte and Gil Dellinger paint
en plein air near the Wisconsin River.
|Jan Stommes paints in the courtyard of St. John’s Episcopal Church during Paint the Town: A Plein-Air Paint Out
held on the opening weekend of Celebrating Summer: Plein-Air
Painters of America.
|Paul Rhymer works with Dave Jones
during a Rhymer workshop.
|Paul Rhymer pours molten bronze during one of
many school and public demonstrations
throughout his weeklong residency.
|David Huchthausen leads one of two gallery walks
discussing the glass artwork in his 40-year retrospective.
If 2013 is an indication, the future looks bright for the Woodson Art Museum. We have a great lineup of exhibitions scheduled – Magic, Upcycled Style, Pop Art, and more – along with some amazing artist residencies. Visit often to experience all that we have planned to foster the visual arts in central Wisconsin and beyond.