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Gallery Night

A list of venues participating in Spring 2023 Gallery Night.

People standing in an art gallery while looking at artwork.

Friday, May 5, 2023 • 5–9 PM* • Free Admission

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current conditions related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, some participating venues may have specific requests for visitors. Please follow all recommended and requested safety guidelines for this event.

*In addition, some venues have set their own hours outside of the 5–9 PM event.

A=Artist Talk or Demonstration
M=Live Music or Performance



1 Anthology

230 State Street • Stop 1 • 608.204.2644 •

A local paper and gift shop celebrating 15 years on State Street, featuring original designs by Madison artists on a variety of goods.

2 Artist and Craftsman Supply

203 West Gorham Street Suite 1 • 608.251.2977 • • @ArtistCraftsman_Madison

Please join us from 5-7pm to celebrate the work of our artist for the month of May! If you’re feeling inspired to create, we’ll be offering 15% off all purchases made between 5-7pm.

3 Capitol Lakes

333 W Main Street • 608.283.2000 • 

Atrium Gallery and Henry Street Café – Ann Schaffer, PAUSE: Meditations in Pastel, Plaza Level Gallery – Ric Hartman, The Art of Ray Gloeckler: It was a good life

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4 The Garver Gallery

18 S Bedford Street • 608.256.6755 •

Nurtured in Madison Featuring: Art Werger, Gregg Kreutz, Lee Weiss, Linda Koenig, Elizabeth Ivers, John Wilde.


5 Governor’s Mansion Inn

130 E Gilman Street • 608.571.2866 •

Visual Cadence explores concepts of time, horology and the rhythm of life, featuring “time-stacking” photography of Mark Weller and abstract paintings of Martin Gutierrez.


6 James Watrous Gallery

Overture Center for the Arts • 201 State Street, 3rd floor • 608.733.6633 x 25 •

Alison Gates: Points of Departure & Colin Matthes: The Days Go By Like Wildness. Paired solo exhibitions featuring embroidered texts and knitted bikinis by Gates, and ink drawings from Matthes’ daily practice and Essential Knowledge series.

7 Local Motive

646 W Washington Avenue • Train Car #5 • 608.960.8446 •

Creative and inspiring works by local artists in the community, shown inside a renovated train car.


8 Madison Children’s Museum

100 N Hamilton Street • 608.256.6445 •

Play for free and enjoy all of the museum’s exhibits and art activities from 5-8 pm, featuring Window Friends, a new installation by Katie Hudnall. Guided tours at 5:30 and 7:00 highlighting the work of Erika Koivunen, Jarka (Jaroslava Sobiskova), Chris Murphy, and Aaron Howard.

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9 Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

227 State Street • 608.257.0158 • • @MMoCAMadison

Explore Christina Ramberg: Vertical Amnesia. Experience Ava Wanbli: Sertraline Dolls. Celebrate the talent of youth with Young at Art and MISE-EN-SCÈNE.

10 Madison Senior Center

330 W Mifflin Street • 608.267.8650 •

Artful Affair is an annual art exhibit that features local artists who are age 55+.

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11 Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center

One John Nolen Drive • 608.261.4000 •

Art on the Rooftop is a free sculpture exhibition featuring outdoor works by regional artists.


12 Ovation 309

309 W Johnson Street • Sky Club • 608.661.4309 •

Painter and muralist Julie Vornholt will be displaying floral oil paintings and drawings. Artist Brooke Leland will be displaying her surrealistic prints, paintings, and drawings.

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13 Overture Galleries

201 State Street • 608.258.4169 • • @OvertureGalleries

Playhouse Gallery, 50 artists explore Democracy;
Gallery I, Maeve Leslie & Hong Huo Substance/Presence;
Gallery II, Katharina Marchant & Lorraine Reynolds-Meditations on Hope;
Gallery III, Cameron Anderson & Joyce Gust – Looking Out/Looking Up.


Willy Street/East Washington

Willy Street/East Washington

1 American Feral

2150 E Washington Avenue • 608.213.6666 •

American Feral Galleries Spring Show promises to be another amazing display of talent and community gathered in celebration of each other. Over 22 Artists museum quality artist and friends in one place.


2 Atwood Atelier

931 E Main Street Suite 16 • 608.345.7745 •

Atwood Atelier is an art school run by Philip Salamone, focusing on a classically inspired approach to contemporary painting. Come visit our new space and view the works of a collection of participating artists.


3 Barefoot Hands Bodywork

600 Williamson Street, Suite P • 608.770.1022 •

An immersive exploration of the five elements of Chinese medicine. Featuring the artwork of Ecca Silvera and a live performance piece flowing into ecstatic dance.


4 Common Wealth Gallery

100 S Baldwin Street • •

Between Memory is a group exhibition featuring stories where handmade paper transforms into various installations, bringing the human experience into a visible and palpable form.


5 Cornucopia Arts and Wellness Center

2 S Ingersoll Street • 608.249.7477

We feature artwork in a variety of media. We serve those in mental health recovery and allies.

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6 Creative Energy Designs, Inc.

125 S Dickinson Street • 608.256.7696 •

Local artists including Diana Lynn Craine – Photographer. Snacks, drinks, and live music!

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7 Giant Jones Brewing

931 E Main Street Suite 9 • Enter through the pink door on Brearly St. • 608.620.5172 •

Join us for the UW Madison Printmaking Student Spring Show as the current class reveals their works!


8 Gibs Bar

1380 Williamson Street •

Solo exhibition of surrealist artist Man Bird XL: over 20 large scale paintings and sculptures. Epic landscapes creating an existential lens into the subconscious.


9 Madison Greenhouse Store

1354 Williamson Street • 608.819.8822 •

Handmade ceramic planters by Zach Zitske, Charming animal & mushroom ceramic art by Arielle Harmann, and paintings by Tiffany Olson.


10 Madison Marquette Hotel and Cafe

414 S Baldwin Street • 608.852.1332 • @MadisonMarquetteHotel

Madison native Sean Bakken creates multi-media sculptures out of 100% recycled and second-hand material. Athea Bakken creates textiles sculptures and garments and acrylic paintings. Kamiya Denson, an artist from Washington D.C will be bringing some of her newest handmade garments.


11 Mother Fool’s Coffeehouse

1101 Williamson Street • 608.259.1301 •

Ron Czerwien will be exhibiting some of the Dada and Surrealist inspired images he has created using a text-to-image AI generator.


12 State Line Distillery

1413 Northern Court • 608.960.9360 • • @StateLineDistillery

Come out for earrings and vegan body care by Madreyerba and get a special piece of permanent jewelry by Life Weld Spent! See you at State Line.


13 TAG | Tease Art Gallery

1222 Williamson Street • 608.977.1280 • • @TeaseArtGallery

Artists Timothy Togstad, Triangulador, Paul Chase, Nancy Dutmer, and Corey Moody showcase abstract expressionism, unconventional found objects, large-scale portraits, and versatile art forms at Tease Art Gallery.

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14 Working Draft Beer Company

1129 E Wilson Street • 608.709.5600 •

Artist-in-Residence Kiera Fischer is a Madison local who you may know from Cafe Domestique. Her Surrealist landscapes reflect our eastside Madison neighborhoods. Imagery of homes along the Yahara, Lake Monona at sunset; Madisonian memories in technicolor.


15 Yahara House-Journey Mental Health

802 E Gorham Street • 608.280.4700 •

Yahara House, a program of Journey Mental Health focuses on recovery through social connection, meaningful activity, and reintroduction to employment. Member’s artwork will be featured.




1 Aventine – Prime Urban Properties

1958 Atwood Avenue • 608.256.1453 •

Printmakers of Madison Featuring Rachael Griffin – A celebration of one of Madison, WI’s most celebrated artistic traditions featuring contemporary prints.

2 The Division st. “Art House”

210 Division Street • 608.770.8374

Sculpture garden environment created by sculptor and mosaic artist Laurie Rossbach. Open studio and garden tour.


3 Garver Canvas

Garver Feed Mill • 3241 Garver Green • 901.264.0228 •

Solo exhibition Who Turned Out the Lights? by Bird Ross, an ongoing study into how disparate materials can be the perfect companions in any problem that needs solving.


4 Goodman Community Center Brassworks Building

214 Waubesa Street • 608.241.1574 •

Goodman Community Center will host 20+ artists. Pottery, watercolors, fabric arts, jewelry and fabric arts.

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5 Ground Floor Studios Artists’ Cooperative (formerly Winnebago Studios)

107 Sutherland Court • 608.843.5416 • @ground_floor_studios_madison

Ground Floor Studios Artists’ Cooperative is the first artists’ cooperative in Madison and has nine studios housing a ceramicist, abstract and realistic painters, etchers, metal smiths, and printmakers.

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6 Insight Counseling & Wellness

1943 Winnebago Street • 608.244.4859 • 

Susan Klein, artist. Featuring ceramics and watercolor/ink/acrylic paintings with a nature theme.


7 Lake Ridge Bank- Atwood Avenue

1965 Atwood Avenue • 608.284.8383 •

Stop by Lake Ridge Bank’s Atwood location for some great local food and beverages, incredible artwork, and the live music of Patchouli and Terra Guitarra.


8 Lauer Realty Group-Atwood Ave

2229 Atwood Avenue • 608.467.3220 •

Joanna Kutter’s inspiration comes from the Wisconsin woodlands that surround her studio. She creates abstract landscapes and botanical themed mixed media paintings.


9 Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ

2401 Atwood Avenue • 608.249.1537 •

An exhibit of art created by students of Lowell Elementary School. All students in grades K-6 are included.


10 Sector67

56 Corry Street • 608.241.4605 • • @Sector67Madison

Stop in to see Sector67 member creations including metal, wood, 3d printing, laser cutting, etc.


11 Studio Paran

2051 Winnebago Street • 608.242.1111 •

Presenting functional wet felted bird pods by Terri Wolf and “small offerings” flower alters by Richard Jones. Fundraiser for 350 Wisconsin.

12 Table Wine

2301 Atwood Avenue • 608.609.9092 •

Artwork by Steph Hagens who focuses on found object mixed media and watercolor paintings. Drink specials all night.


13 Talbot Gallery 2118

2118 Atwood Avenue • 608.241.4082 •

The Gallery 2118 family has 15 members – Skinny Gaviar, Andy Ewen, Sharon Kilfoy, Christina Whiting, Virginia Rose, Vili Bayreva, Phyllis Stokes, Karin Bindewald, Mary Hollinger, Tom Mahony, Eugene Williams, Faye Kufahl, Wm Krupinski, Toby T. and Terry Ta

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14 Tyler Schueffner’s Akela’s Den

2002 Atwood Avenue Suite 202 • Building entry, left of Bar Corrolini front door • 608.669.4728 •

Doxx – A freelance illustrator and concept artist. A woman of color, Doxx’s art engages mental health and black empowerment using mythological themes.




1 Alvarado Real Estate Group

1914 Monroe Steet • 608.251.6600 •

Alvarado Real Estate is featuring the talented Jessica M. Gutiérrez, a Nicaraguan-American artist, and her enchanting, magical watercolors. Refreshments provided.


2 Calabash Gifts

1831 Monroe Street • 608.233.2640 •

An unusual collection of fine and interesting art and jewelry, mostly from the African continent, curated by owner Leah Kessel. Enjoy a relaxed evening with refreshments and stories, appreciating the styles and talents of the artists Calabash Gifts supports.


3 Edgewood College Gallery

1000 Edgewood College Drive • The Stream • 608.663.2300 •

Selected Works from Vox Populi Print Collective: Twenty-four members of the Vox Populi guild exhibit works promoting and celebrating multiple approaches to fine art printmaking.


4 Good Day Shop

1925 Monroe Street #120 • 608.720.1116 •

Featuring artist Sophia Parr and her hand drawn map art prints and originals. Good Day Shop is a home + lifestyle shop with mindfully-made goods by indie brands and makers.


5 Higher Fire

2132 Regent Street • 608.233.3050 •

Kim McBride: Natural Inclinations. Kim’s love of creatures and the often-fragile environments we share with them are evident in her ceramics. 10% of sales goes to environmental charities.


6 Lauer Realty Group-Monroe St

2526 Monroe Street • 608.467.6465 • @JennyBosben@LauerRealtyGroup

Jenny Bosben currently works in ceramics- small detailed pieces reminiscent of coral reef. She was an art educator for 20 years, and now is joyously submerging herself in her own work.


7 Milward Farrell Fine Art

2701 Monroe Street • 608.238.6501 •

Come and explore a diverse collection of landscapes including works in oil, watercolor, mixed media and acrylics. Also featuring large selection of jewelry, glasswork and wood. Reception 6–9 PM.


8 Monroe Street Family Dental

2702 Monroe Street • Suite 101 • 608.204.0222 •

Displaying local artwork and serving refreshments.


9 Orange Tree Imports

1721 Monroe Street • 608.255.8211 •

Featuring Timothy Wayne Sanders, creative lead in the Madison-based company The Raccoon Society.


West Side

West Side

1 Gallery 800 UBD

800 University Bay Drive • 608.238.0623 •

Kayla Bauer, takes us Back to the Bay: Photographic Explorations of San Francisco and makes us long to visit.


2 Hilldale

726 N Midvale Boulevard • 608.238.6353 •

Hilldale features three murals painted by local artists, Brian Kehoe & Stefan Matioc. Recently installed is a sculpture by Boston artist, John Guthrie entitled, Hope.


3 McPherson ERI’s Mandelbaum & Albert Family Vision Gallery

1111 Highland Avenue • 9th Floor, Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research • 608.239.3243 •

Envisioning the Environment–Scenes from 12 Wisconsin Plein Air Artists: Anderson, Bauer, Crone, Faecke, Fletcher, Gilbert, Hess, Martin, Manastirli, Norsetter, Pomplun, and Vassina.


Greater Madison Area

Greater Madison Area

1 Art of Marlon

525 Aztalan Drive • 608.572.9525 •

Enjoy the light of black, with artist, Marlon Howard Banks, in celebratory homage to African American experience in connection to storytelling of diaspora traditions.


2 Crimson Artist Collective Pottery Studio and Gallery

1031A N Edge Trail, Verona • 608.618.0598 •

Join us in celebration of our newly opened pottery studio and gallery in Verona. Members will be showing their work and refreshments will be served.


3 Grasshopper Goods

171 W Main Street, Stoughton • 608.334.4708 •

Mel Kolstad specializes in tiny drypoint prints and collages, many under 2″ square! She loves creating small, affordable artworks for any residence or office space. She will be here to describe her art processes.


4 Inspiring Hope Ministries

7425 University Avenue, Middleton • 608.836.4673 •

Featuring Inspiring Hope Artists including Chris Hindle and Alex Haunty expressions of Hope, paintings, gifts, cards, mugs for sale.


5 Kylee’s Gift Cottage

6711 Frank Lloyd Wright Avenue, Middleton • 608.712.3440 •

Artist Michael Anderson will have art work on display during Gallery Night. The evening will include goodies to enjoy while shopping in the store.


6 Studio of Douglas Hyslop

6525 Grand Teton Plaza • 608.695.6617 •

I portray human figures in a hopefully appropriate emotional space. To this end, the figures are both transparent and capable of mirror image reflections.

North Side

North Side

1 North Street Cabaret

610 North Street • 608.422.5646 •

Featuring art work from North Street Cabaret’s art curators Sam Johnson, Ryan Robinson and Bryan Draves. With special guest artist. Enjoy the great atmosphere in this beautiful venue located in Eken Park. 5 PM–10 PM

2 Northstreet (Bloom Bake Shop, Cafe Domestique, Young Blood Beer)

557 North Street

Islamic geometric art with acrylic or water colors, sometimes with collage.


3 Tandem Press

1743 Commercial Avenue • 608.263.3437 •

Reception for Trespasses, a Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition by Sophie Loubere, from 5–8 PM. Live jazz from 5–7 PM.


South Side

South Side

1 Arboretum Cohousing

1137 Erin Street • 608.819.2675 •

Richard Ely’s Landscapes of Wonder—colorful, whimsical torn and cut paper artworks. Enjoy refreshments in Arbco’s Common House.


2 LOUD Gallery at Omega School

835 W Badger Road (Lower level) • 608.695.2474 •

Latinos Organizing for Understanding and Development (LOUD) will feature diverse artists showcasing their painting, art work and jewelry.