Tag Archives: Bonnie Gale
Stretching to New HeightsPosted on July 17, 2019
Much folding, bending, and shaping occurs at the Woodson Art Museum, I realized during a recent origami project. Rising Cranes – the newest addition to the sculpture garden – celebrates the paper-folding art of origami. Inspired by Rising Cranes, many Museum members folded paper cranes during the summer’s exhibition preview reception. It was a lively time for those who participated.
Weaving Willow Encourages GrowthPosted on June 26, 2019
Last week, artist Bonnie Gale returned to the Woodson Art Museum for an artist residency and to pay a visit to Living Willow Dreams, one year after she and assistant Jonna Evans installed the living willow structure in the Museum’s sculpture garden. Living Willow Dreams offers a lush, green garden-retreat where visitors can take a moment to sit and observe the busy, although often overlooked, activities of summertime garden inhabitants.
Cultivating Connections through Botanical ArtPosted on June 12, 2019
How many times have colorful blooms caught your eye and caused you to wonder “what is that flower?” During a recent trip to southwest Wisconsin, conspicuous purple flowers clustered along roadsides and woodland edges garnered attention and conversation. Visit the Museum often with friends and family to discover the many ways botanical art fosters connections between people and plants and deepens appreciation for beauty, creativity, and each other.
Living Willow DreamsPosted on August 08, 2018
Check out Living Willow Dreams in the sculpture garden now and throughout the months ahead to watch its seasonal changes.
As the Willow GrowsPosted on June 27, 2018
This week visiting artist and landscape architect Bonnie Gale and her assistant, Jonna Evans, began working on a willow sculpture in the Woodson Art Museum’s Margaret Woodson Fischer Sculpture Garden. The seven-foot-tall domed structure uses ten-foot-long willow rods harvested in New York and transported to Wausau.