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Gallery Night

A list of venues participating in Fall 2023 Gallery Night.

People standing in an art gallery while looking at artwork.

Friday, November 3, 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




17 South Fairchild Street. FL 7 • 608.628.0422 •

Join us at Mingle & Masterpieces a vibrant showcase of Madison’s artistic talent. Experience live painting, fine wines, and captivating art in a coworking hub.



230 State Street • 608.204.2644 •

Get a head start on your holiday shopping at this local paper and gift store featuring original Wisconsin-themed designs.

Artist and Craftsman Supply

203 West Gorham Street Suite 1 • 608.251.2977 •

Please join us from 5-8 PM to celebrate the work of various local artists! If you’re feeling inspired to create, we’ll be offering 15% off all purchases made between 5-8 PM.

Capitol Lakes

333 West Main Street • 608.283.2000 •

Atrium and Cafe: Karen Watson-Newlin, The Eye and the Mind – Ventures in Acrylic and Mixed Media. Plaza Gallery: Marcia Getto, Abstract Expressionism – An Inspired Way of Seeing.


The Garver Gallery

18 South Bedford Street • 608.256.6755 •

VINTAGE WISCONSIN: Artists Gone but Not Forgotten. Aaron Bohrod, Lee Weiss, Lois Ireland, Sylvia Bogust, and more.


James Watrous Gallery

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

MEND: the work of repair features textile works by Heidi Parkes and sculpture by Glenn Williams, Siara Berry, Sylvie Rosenthal, and Jaymee Harvey Willms, artists whose work touches on diverse aspects of mending and repair.

Local motive

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

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


Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

227 State Street • 608.257.0158 • @mmocamadison

Visit MMoCA to see Federico Uribe: Metamorphosis in the State Street Gallery and The Shop and RECOLLECT: Sam Gilliam in the Henry Street Gallery.

Overture Galleries

201 State Street • 608.258.4169 •

Gallery I – Jennifer Bastian & Heather Rasmussen, Burning at Both Ends | Gallery II – Molly Krolczyk & Rita Yanny, Parallel Paths | Gallery III-Brenda Gratton, Leora Saposnik & Carolyn Benforado, Objects May Appear Closer Upon Refection | Playhouse Gallery-Garbology, Sharon Kilfoy, Pat Kroth, Mackenzie Madison, Emily Popp, TetraPAKMAN, Sonia Valle.

Sprinkman Real Estate + Design

622 West Washington Avenue, Suite 100 • 608.467.9596 •

Sprinkman Real Estate + Design will be featuring the works of Ann Schaffer (watercolor), Jill Stevens (wood) + Wendy Franklin (fiber art). Please join us!


Willy Street/East Washington

Willy Street/East Washington

A Place to Be

911 Williamson Street • 608.957.1875 •

Caroline Harvey and other guest artists will feature all handmade goods such as pottery, serving and decorative trays, lamps, paintings, stationary, textiles etc.


American Feral

2150 E Washington Avenue • 608.213.6666 •

A celebration of our finest artists. Over 25 award winning museum quality artists come together to foster community and celebrate each other. A high-density, High-quality reason to gather.


Change boUtique

1252 Williamson Street • 608.237.2707 •

Change Boutique is hosting local artists Huda Alalawi and Rukaya Qadour as they debut their new brand, Warda Bayda. This brand represents a new beginning for them as refugees who have resettled in Madison.


Christ Presbyterian Church

944 East Gorham Street • 608.257.4845 •

WHAT SHOULD I BRING? A visual exploration of the sparing but powerful words restorative justice, mercy, and humility as they reflect true religious faith.


Cornucopia, Inc.

2 South Ingersoll Street • 608.249.7477 •

Cornucopia is an arts and wellness center. Our members (artists) use a variety of media.


100 S Baldwin Street • • @commonwealthdevelopment

Join us for a night of art, altars, and cultural celebration by LOUD (Latinos Organizing for Understanding & Development), as we showcase the beauty of Dia de Los Muertos.


Creative Energy Designs, Inc.

125 South Dickinson Street • 608.256.7696 •

Artists Paul Mason, Bruce Woods, Rebecca A. Rettenmund, and others! Stop in for live music and snacks & drinks while you look at some great art!

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Hatch art house

1248 Williamson Street • 608.237.2775 • @hatcharthouse

Showcasing a special exhibition of printmaker and ceramicist Zoe Francis Craig’s new works. Hatch is an eco-friendly art gallery and gift shop celebrating our local creative makers and artists.


kChongo Arts Space

1236 1/2 Williamson Street • 608.503.0013 • @kchonguero

kChongos Arts Space presents Silence and Sound, an installation of resonance and found sounds. A sound circle will cycle throughout the evening.


The Marquette Cafe

414 South Baldwin Street • 608.239.2928 • @TheMarquetteMadison

We will be showing a large variety of arts in the cafe this fall! Metal work from Sean Bakken, pottery by Ash Kyrie, drawings by Michael Ward, and mixed media and textiles by Athea Bakken.


State Line Distillery

1413 Northern Court • 608.960.9360 • • @StateLineDistillery

Featuring Megan Mara’s vibrant acrylic portraits of celebrities. Using a palette knife and globs of paint, each portrait is undoubtedly an explosion of color intended to spark the interest of any passerby.


Tease Art Gallery / Quality CBD

1222 Williamson Street • 608.977.1280 •  • • @tominnis 

Paintings by Tim Togstad. Music by Tom Innis.

R A  M

Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired

754 Williamson Street • 608.255.1166 •

The Council is displaying the work of several Wisconsin artists living with vision loss. The pieces represent a variety of media, including paint, photography, and tactile arts.


Working Draft Beer Company

1129 East Wilson Street • 608.709.5600 •

Working Draft will be featuring Emily Schanowski’s artwork, our current artist in residence! Her work features animals, nature, and spooky things with an emphasis on precise line-work, distinct color palettes, and humor.




Atwood Atelier

931 East 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.


Gallery Aventine

1958 Atwood Avenue •

This show will feature paintings and works on paper by J Myszka Lewis that explore various concepts related to patterns through deconstructed and repeated floral imagery.


Garver Canvas

Garver Feed Mill • 3241 Garver Green • 901.264.0228 •

Between Land and Sea print exhibition by Adriana Barrios in Garver Canvas. Ticketed 90s Dance Party in the Atrium starting at 9 PM.


Goodman Community Center Brassworks Building

214 Waubesa Street • 608.241.1574 •

22+ artists including printmakers, painters (oil, acrylic & watercolor), pottery, soaps, fabric art, and other crafters.

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Ground Floor Studios Artists’ Cooperative and Friends Linden CoHousing

107 Sutherland Court • 608.843.5416 • @ground_floor_studios_madison

Ground Floor Studios Artists’ Cooperative houses 10 artists including metal smiths, several painters, etchers, printmakers, and a potter. Artists from Linden CoHousing will also be displaying their work.

R  M

Lake Ridge Bank – Atwood Avenue

1965 Atwood Avenue • 608.284.8383 •

Come enjoy a night of incredible artwork, great music, and tasty food at Lake Ridge Bank’s stunning Schenks Corner location!


Lauer Realty Group – Atwood Ave

2229 Atwood Avenue • 608.467.3220 • @paul.yurkovich

Photographer Paul Yurkovich’s familiar yet overlooked scenes, when contemplated and viewed in still frames, display the comedy, tragedy, and beauty contained within our lives.


Marzen Gallery

2345 Atwood Avenue • 608.709.1453 •

Please join us for a celebration of Indigenous American artwork and cultural examples of contemporary craft.


Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ

2401 Atwood Avenue • 608.249.1537 •

Art created by all the students of Lowell Elementary School from Kindergarten to 5th grade



56 Corry Street • 608.241.4605 • • @Sector67Madison

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


Studio Paran

2051 Winnebago Street • 608.242.1111 •

Offerings of glass art from 30 years of work by Richard Jones.

Talbot Gallery 2118

2118 Atwood Avenue • 608.241.4082 •

Featuring over four hundred original works of art including photography, painting, printmaking, digital art, sculpture, and collage by local, regional, and international artists

R  A M



Bloom Bake Shop

1851 Monroe Street •

Photographer Tom Turnquist showcases his ethereal images in hopes of providing joy, peace, and wonder to his viewers.


Higher Fire

2132 Regent Street • 608.233.3050 •

Eye Candy + Cake: Members of the relatively new Madison Area Potters Guild show their recent creations, plus we proudly celebrate Higher Fire’s 25th Anniversary!


Lakeview Veterinary Clinic – Cat Annex

3506 Monroe Street • 608.692.0010 • @birgitbach

A collection of new oil and acrylic paintings by Birgit Bach mostly depicting people and animals in nature. Open 7:00-9:00 PM


Lauer Realty Group – Monroe St

2526 Monroe Street • 608.467.3220 •

Melanie has a passion for transforming spaces into works of art. Using gold leaf, acrylics, oil paint, and plaster, she creates dreamy but dynamic landscapes and city scenes from her travels.


Milward Farrell Fine Art

2701 Monroe Street • 608.238.6501 •

Featuring Max Arthur Cohn- a Modernist figurative artist. Works include oil, gouache, pen, and ink from the 1950s – 1970s. Also featuring a large selection of art jewelry, glass, and wood items. Reception 6-9


Monroe Street Family Dental

2702 Monroe Street • Suite 101 • 608.204.0222 •

Showcasing charcoal drawings by Douglas Yu and hand-woven tapestries and watercolors by Mindy Wara.


Orange Tree Imports

1721 Monroe Street • 608.255.8211 •

Orange Tree Imports will be featuring handmade jewelry by Sue Moberly, our new Monroe Street neighbor at Torn Edge Arts.




Inspiring Hope Ministries

7425 University Avenue • 608.695.8751 •

Inspiring Hope Gallery features Anastasia Wilson, BA in art. She is an artist with CP and explores her communication device through her images.


John/Christine Designs

1835 Parmenter Street • 608.824.0392 •

Featured artist, Jeff Dallas, describes his paintings, as an “exploration of the landscape through the lenses of Cubism and Romanticism.” Custom design, one-of-a-kind jewelry by award-winning artist, John Strobel, will also be on display.


Little Pop Color Shop

1833 Parmenter Street • 608.836.0427 •

Presenting a series of abstract artwork composed of bold florals and beautiful portraits by artist, Halie Struck.


Middleton Visitor Center

1811 Parmenter Street • 608.831.3399 • @2ndstarstudios

Visit artist Erin Summers, whose oil paintings are inspired by her global travels, and check out Middleton’s historic train depot. Open 5-7:45pm.


National Mustard Museum

7477 Hubbard Avenue • 608.831.2222 • @nationalmustardmuseum

The invited artist at the National Mustard Museum is Simona Aizicovici. She creates artwork using pressed plant materials — nature’s magical paints.


The Regal Find

1834 Parmenter Street • 608.833.1633 •

Local artist Michael Braley creates iconic scenes of Wisconsin using low poly art where the texture and lighting dictate the flow and placement of shapes.


North Side

North Side

Bloom Bake Shop – NorthstreeT

557 North Street •

Nancy Cox is featuring her show The Painted Season Looking Back. A collection of work inspired by nature.


The Bodgery

740 Oscar Avenue • 862.263.4363 • @thebodgery

The Bodgery is a nonprofit makerspace where people gather together to build, hack, repair, and create. Members will display a wide range of art forms.


Tandem Press

1743 Commercial Avenue • 608.263.3437 •

Closing reception for the exhibition hidden figures: unveiling selfhood. Guest curated by Teyjhana Barton-Neal, 2023 Tandem Press Curatorial Summer Intern.


Textile Arts Center of Madison

2436 Pennsylvania Avenue •

TAC is a new hub for fiber arts, offering workshops, exhibitions, and supplies. A group exhibition will be on view, featuring work from nine artists.


South Side

South Side

Arboretum Cohousing

1137 Erin Street • 608.819.2675 •

Mike Manthey’s paintings are open-ended explorations of surface. Activity that, when suspended, creates space that may provide sanctuary for the present moment.


Bare Knuckle Arts

312 West Lakeside Street • 608.698.4110 • @bareknucklearts

Join us for Gallery night at the studio with some new art!


West Side

West Side

Gallery 800 UBD

800 University Bay Drive • 608.238.0623 •

Mike Watson, oil painter, Faces from the Crowd vibrantly exhibits music icons in Colin Davidson style mixed with art influenced by van Gogh and Dali.


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.