This show represents the work of fifteen artists linked together by their reactions. Each artist had only one week to react to the artwork that was created by the person working just before them. Each reaction reveals ideas related to an artist’s personality, visual style and his or her view of the world. All of the work is connected by the shared love of making things and the willingness to find inspiration from another artist's ideas.
Welcome to Parallel Portals. Allow us to unlock the doors for you. Glide in on whichever vehicle suits you best, be it spiritual, scientific, or recreational.
Curated by artist Amy Schmutte, this art exhibit includes nine artists. Each artist's work will be accompanied by a journal, for you (the passenger) to express your perception of your own journey upon viewing this other-worldly art.
The Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts is glad to introduce a self-taught talent to the Milwaukee community. In this modestly sized exhibit of mostly very small works, Mr. Winston displays his unique talent for creating small masterpieces.
Photographs record history. Photographs document social change and preserve memories. Photographs verify one’s identity. Before 1920 Palestine women’s passports had no photographs, nor were there any female photographers. Born into Lutheran pastor’s family in Bethlehem in 1894, Karimeh Abboud rapidly rose to prominence in a traditionally male-dominated profession after receiving her first camera as a teenager. Her photos are important historical records of life in Palestine in the early 1900s.