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Thank You

Posted on May 31, 2023
On October 5, 2011, I began my journey as a Woodson Art Museum educator. To the Woodson Art Museum, all I can say is thank you for the memories, the friendships, the growth, and the time well spent over the past decade plus.

The grass really is greener on the other side

Posted on May 17, 2023
In my experience, there’s nobody who takes better care of a lawn than a retired educator / sports coach.

Life is an Artful Sketch

Posted on May 03, 2023
My new hope is to stay motivated enough to pick up a pencil and a sketchbook or wipe the dust off my watercolors and just start making more often – something I was reminded of by Fidelia Bridges and D.C. Everest art students.

Moments Prime for Prine

Posted on April 19, 2023
Road trips with coworkers can have their awkward silences. Long, awkward silences.

Travelin’ On

Posted on April 05, 2023
If you have a sense of adventure, share an interest in art, enjoy good food and camaraderie, Woodson Art Museum travel is for you.

Not over, but on top of the hill

Posted on February 15, 2023
There were no candles. We didn’t sing “Happy Birthday.” But yesterday was an important milestone. The Woodson Art Museum officially turned fifty years old.

Struttin’ Their Stuff

Posted on February 08, 2023
With CWHP Board President Lada Xiong-Vang, Vice President Boly Vang, 29 volunteer models, the support of many Central Wisconsin Hmong Professional representatives, energetic and comedic emcee Maa Vue, two showtimes, and a gallery full of eager audience members, Saturday’s “Regalia Runway” was a huge success.

Roots Grow Deeper Than You Think

Posted on January 11, 2023
Little did Adolph Knoedler know, the roots he planted in Little Bull Falls would grow deep enough to keep his descendants in that home 130 years later.


Posted on December 28, 2022
Today’s Woodson Wanderings blog post is my last and the last of 2022.

A Sweet Deluge

Posted on December 21, 2022
Now, right before the Christmas and new year holidays, several of our Woodson Art Museum admirers from near and far, send us a continual supply of sweet treats including home-made truffles, toffee, nuts, candies, fruits, and more.