Gallery Night Participants – May 3, 2019

GREATER METRO MADISON

1      ARTWORKING

1966 S Stoughton Rd • 608.442.5294 • artworking.org

ArtWorking supports artists and entrepreneurs with intellectual and developmental disabilities. ArtWorking is celebrating the grand opening of its new studio space this Gallery Night. R A

 

2      BARBARA WESTFALL ART GLASS

8328 Swan Rd, Mt Horeb • 608.843.7515 • barbarawestfall.com

An art glass gallery located on a farm overlooking the Sugar River Valley. Raffle, appetizers, beverages, and music. Sign up for a class beforehand to make a personalized art glass plate. R A

 

3      BLOOMING GROVE MONTESSORI

4560 Rustic Dr • 608.658.9121 • bloominggrovemontessori.com

Come and experience different works from local artists in our community. Enjoy touring the beautiful Montessori environment located on our sprawling ten acre property. R M

 

4      DAN’S TAXIDERMY, BIZARRE BAZAAR, AND EXQUISITE CORPSE TAXIDERMY

5522 Fieldstone Ln • 608.249.5854 • danstaxidermy.comexquisitecorpsetaxidermy.com

Visit our Wunderkammern of taxidermy and oddities. Enjoy traditional, surreal, and avant-garde mounts of extreme elegance. Delight in obscure anthropomorphic mouse tableaus and taxidermy related jewelry. R

 

 

 

DOWNTOWN

1      ANTHOLOGY

230 State St • 608.204.2644 • anthologymadison.com

A local paper and gift shop featuring Wisconsin-themed goods by Madison artists and designers. R

 

2      ARTIST & CRAFTSMAN SUPPLY – FOYER GALLERY

203 W Gorham St, LL • 608.251.2977

Artist and Craftsman Supply will be hosting our semi-annual customer art show in “The Foyer” Gallery! An eclectic mix of local talent showing in a Salon style. R

 

3     AUGUST

414 State St • 608.720.1037 • august-shop.com

Presenting an audiovisual installation by collaborative artists Emma Pryde and Sage Caswell. Sound, moving image, and sculpture are used to create an immersive environment representative of a fantasy dreamscape. R M

 

4     CAPITOL LAKES

333 W Main St • 608.283.2000 • retirement.org/madison

On view in the Atrium and Henry Street Café: The Madison Watercolor Society. Plaza Photography Gallery will feature Brent Nicastro’s Tracks in the Sand. R A

 

5     DRIFTLESS STUDIO: NATURE GALLERY & GIFTS

214 State St • 608.230.5153 • anneconnorphotography.com

Farm Life in Black and White takes a whimsical look at goats, donkeys, horses, and more—all presented in black and white! R

 

6     FAIR TRADE COFFEE HOUSE

418 State St • 608.268.0477 • johnmixblog.wordpress.comdeviousphoto.com

Landscape and portrait oil and pastel works by John Mix. Band, concert, DJ, and rock photography by Matt Apps.

 

7     GARVER GALLERY

18 S Bedford St • 608.256.6755 • garvergallery.com

Featuring our Spring Collection. Works by Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz, Gregg Kreutz, Art Werger, John Wilde, Lee Weiss, Manel Anoro, Elizabeth Ivers, and more. R

 

8     HAWKS QUINDEL, S.C.

409 E Main St • 608.257.0040 • hq-law.com

Proudly featuring live painting by Hanna Bruer and displaying artwork from local artists, available for purchase. R A

 

9     JAMES WATROUS GALLERY

201 State St, Overture Center, 3rd floor • 608.263.1692 • wisconsinacademy.org/gallery

Uprooted: Plants in a Changing Climate Five Wisconsin artists exhibit new work focused on the plants and plant communities that are threatened in Wisconsin. R

 

10     LITTLE LUXURIES

230 State St • 608.255.7372 • littleluxuriesmadison.com

Stop by to see unique, handmade ceramics by local potter Emily Coyne! Meet the artist, enjoy a refreshment, and check out some awesome functional art! R A

 

11     LOCAL MOTIVE

646 W Washington Ave, Ste #E • madisonlocalmotive.com

Local Motive is having an art showcase by local artists in our renovated train car. This first event is the inception of a recurring quarterly event. Artist talk by Tim Togstad at 8pm. A

 

12     MADISON MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

227 State St • 608.257.0158 • mmoca.org

Celebrate the opening of Tyanna Buie: After Image. Buie gives a talk at 6:30 pm. Also opening, enjoy Shimon Attie’s The Crossing, presented in collaboration with UW-Madison students. R A M

 

13     MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY

201 W Mifflin St • 608.266.5975 • madisonbubbler.org

Luck of the Draw: Vol 2 exhibits drawings by artists from across the county. Explore art on all floors of the library: Artist-in-Residence, Taylor W. Rushing; first floor: Ashley Lusietto; second floor: Lonnie Evans. R

 

14     MADISON SENIOR CENTER

330 W Mifflin St • 608.266.6581 • madisonseniorcenter.org

An eclectic exhibit of art by adults age 55+ who live in Dane County. R

 

15     MMoCA MUSEUM STORE

227 State St • 608.257.3222 • mmoca.org

Meet Katie Vaughn, award winning writer and author of “100 Things to Do in Madison Before You Die.” Books will be available for signing and purchase from 5-8pm.

 

16     MONONA TERRACE COMMUNITY AND CONVENTION CENTER

1 John Nolen Dr • 608.261.4000 • mononaterrace.com

Art on the Rooftop is a free sculpture exhibition featuring outdoor works by regional artists. Join us for a reception to celebrate the opening of the exhibition. R

 

17     OVERTURE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

201 State St • 608.258.4177 • overture.org/galleries

Gallery I: Folks Jerry Butler & Shelby Kahr. Gallery II: Into the Light Maryam Ladoni & Kayla Story. Gallery III: Future History Now: A Retrospeculative Simone & Max. Talk. Write.Listen, an interactive storytelling activity about fatherhood with Kayla Story. R A

 

18     WISCONSIN VETERANS MUSEUM

30 W Mifflin St • 608.267.1799 • wisvetsmuseum.com

Don’t miss the new art exhibit, In My Spare Moments: The Art of Harold F. Schmitz, highlighting the environment in WWII that inspired Schmitz’s art. R

 

19     100STATE INC

316 W Washington Ave, Suite 675 • 608.268.9384 • 100state.com

Through traditional and nontraditional mediums, exhibiting artists explore their past, present, and future to share how their work affects the personal sense of inherent being. R M

 

 

 

WILLY STREET/EAST WASHINGTON

1     A PLACE TO BE

911 Williamson St • 608.630.2508

Enjoy collections of fabric, beads, scarves, and artifacts old and new from various parts of the world. R

 

2     AMERICAN FERAL GALLERY

2150 E Washington Ave

Paintings by Jason Levy. Sculpture and drawings by Jake Furnald. Oil and watercolor by Philip Salamone. Antiquated photography by Eric Baillies. Paintings and prints by Camille Davis. Wood and metal by Jamie Stanek. Undetermined media by Pete Hodapp. R

 

3     CIVA | CHRISTIANS IN THE VISUAL ARTS

849 E Washington Ave, Ste 212 • 608.433.9339 • civa.org

Bright, colorful, contemporary two-dimensional works. R

 

4     COMMON WEALTH GALLERY

100 S Baldwin St, 3rd Flr • 608.516.4046 • briangarfieldart.com

Local artist Brian James Garfield presents his acrylic butterfly paintings symbolizing themes of life and nature. R

 

5     CREATIVE ENERGY DESIGNS, INC.

125 S Dickinson St • 608.256.7696 • creativeenergydesignsinc.com

Photography by Dennis Palmer. Watercolor by Paul Mason. Refreshments and live jazz. Art Auction to follow at 9:30 pm—A Benefit for the Wil-Mar Center’s Capital Campaign. R M

 

6     EARLEY DESIGN

1231 E Wilson St • 608.256.5171

Furniture by Kevin Earley, including some early Earleys. Videos by Renee Roeder Earley as well as early art by later members of the Earleys, including music. R M

 

7     GIANT JONES BREWING COMPANY

931 E Main St, Ste 9 (entrance on Brearly) • 608.620.5172 • andyrubin.com

New prints and paintings by Master Printer Andy Rubin. R

 

8     GIB’S BAR

1380 Williamson St

An exhibition featuring several UW MFA candidates, including Roberto Torres Mata, Lesley Ann Numbers, Carissa Kalia Heinrichs, and Kayla Story. R

 

9     HATCH ART HOUSE

1248 Williamson St • 608.237.2775 • hatcharthouse.com

Special exhibit of Bruce Furlin’s upcycled sculptures and Peggy Engsberg Furlin’s contemporary paintings. R A

 

10     MADISON GREENHOUSE STORE

1354 Williamson St • 608.819.8822 • madisongreenhousestore.com

Decorative and functional ceramics by Zach Zitske and Arielle Harmann; hand-blown glass by Josh McKiernan; metal by Tim Sprengelmeyer; paintings by Beth Galantha and Tiffany Olson. R

 

11     PIECES UNIMAGINED

1228 Williamson St • 608.280.1155 • piecesunimagined.com

From furniture to jewelry, food and drink…we are all things local tonight! Wine tastings from Table Wine and Bos Meadery. R A

 

12     QUALITY CBD

1222 Williamson St • 608.977.1280 • timtogstad.com

Sip CBD-infused kombucha, buy a canvas, and freestyle paint. Be inspired by our gallery of local artists. Sign up for tribal belly dancing, painting, and many other classes. Jewelers’ party and live DJ. R

 

13     SPRINKMAN REAL ESTATE

613 Williamson St, Ste 202 • 608.467.9596 • sprinkmanrealestate.com/dinesdowntown

TRANSIT, an exhibition of large scale, urban-inspired paintings by Urban Life Collective will be featured. R

 

14     STATE LINE DISTILLERY

1413 Northern Ct • 608.240.0099 • statelinedistillery.com

Various works by artists Jeremiah Logemann of Flags Over Wisconsin and State Line’s own Anna Sumi. A

 

15     U-FRAME IT

857 E Johnson St • 608.257.7717 • uframeitmadison.com

Photographer and artist A.E. Mader will feature her hand-colored black and white photographs, collages, and decoupage. R

 

16     WILLY ST POP-UP

1150 Williamson St #105 • willystpopup.com

We are a community of local makers who love making all kinds of art and love sharing it with others. R

 

17     WILLY STREET COOP EAST

1221 Williamson St • 608.251.0884 x2322

James H. Widder creates water-soluble oil paintings of Wisconsin scenes. Working from photography, James transforms the photos with his favorite colors and forms.

 

18     WILLY STREET TREASURE SHOP

1370 Williamson St • bradleygrochocinskiphotography.com

Featured artists: Bradley Grochocinski Photography (prints of Madison) and James Anderson Art (hand-engraved and kinetic jewelry, container lockets). R

 

19     FUEGOS

904 Williamson St • 608.229.6920 • fuegosmadison.com

Presenting wall art and furniture, with complimentary chips, guacamole, and salsa and free house-made sangria tasting. R

 

20     ROBINIA COURTYARD

829 E Washington Ave • 608.698.8174 • robiniacourtyard.com

Robinia Courtyard hosts 2-3 artists throughout their establishment. Current artists: Natalie Ergas in the Main Hall, Jonah Welch in Black Locust Cafe. R

 

 

 

ATWOOD/WINNEBAGO

1     ARTS + LITERATURE LABORATORY

2021 Winnebago St 608.556.7415 • artlitlab.org

2019 ALL Prize Recipients’ MFA thesis exhibitions: Long Range Signal by Adriana Barrios and Slumgullion by Taylor W. Rushing. ALL JazzFest at Schenk’s Corners. R M

 

2     BARE KNUCKLE ARTS

1949 Winnebago St • 608.852.1394 • bareknucklearts.com

Relief sculptures of retired Ripon College Art Professor Gene Kain. These steel polychrome reliefs are his personal expression about seeing, curiosity, and wonder. R

 

3     BARRIQUES – ATWOOD

2166 Atwood Ave • 608.286.1500 • barriquesmarket.com

Handcrafted jewelry, weavings, fiber designs and indigo dyed art by local artists Melissa Jenkins and Jen Falkowski.  Stay and enjoy our signature gallery night cocktail! R

 

4     EYEOPIA

2134 Atwood Ave • 608.316.7999

20th Anniversary Grand Eyewear Sale. Abstract art by Gary Scott.

 

5     GOODMAN COMMUNITY CENTER – BRASSWORKS BUILDING

214 Waubesa St • 608.241.1574 • goodmancenter.org

See more than 20 artists in the event hall of the Goodman Community Center’s new Brassworks Building. Fabric arts, photography, watercolor, jewelry, pottery, and more! R

 

6     LAUER REALTY GROUP

2229 Atwood Ave • 608.467.3220 • lauerrealtygroup.comisthmusportrait.com

The Isthmus Portrait Gallery by Chris Collins on display. R

 

7     MEGNA PAINTING

2726 Atwood Ave • 608.438.2845 • megnapainting.com

We are showcasing watercolorist Ivy McConnell of ivysillustrations and Jen Karpinsky of BlissArtStudios with alcohol ink paintings. R

 

8     MIDWEST CLAY PROJECT

2040 Winnebago St • 608.255.9240 • midwestclayproject.com

Join us for an exhibition of ceramic art created by current studio members. All items for sale; stop by early for the best selection. R A

 

9     MODERN TALISMAN

1937 Winnebago St • 608.630.8230 • moderntalisman.com

Featuring uncommon jewelry by owner Ramsey Finger and other artists, plus globally sourced amulets, handcrafts, and gifts of beauty, magic, and meaning. R

 

10     MONONA BANK

1965 Atwood Ave • 608.284.8383 • mononabank.com

Join us for a night of entertainment featuring local artists displaying a variety of artwork throughout our lobby and covered driveup. Live music by ALL Jazz and refreshments. R M

 

11     PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

2401 Atwood Ave • 608.249.1537 • pcucc.org

A display of art created by the children of Lowell Elementary School. R M

 

12     REVOLUTION CYCLES

2330 Atwood Ave • 608.244.0009

Art Pedaler: Celebrating the world of bicycling. R

 

13     STONE FENCE

2322 Atwood Ave • 608.238.4331 • stonefenceofmadison.com

Stop by and see new work from many artists: Brian McCormick, Les Dorscheid, Erin Kubinek, Sandra Kunkle-Schoen, Shad Williams, Sarah West Whitcomb, Tara Potter, and more! R M

 

14     STUDIO PARAN

2051 Winnebago St • 608.242.1111 • studioparan.com

Sylvan Meditations, new artworks by Richard Jones; glasswork and drawings. Glassblowing demonstrations. R A

 

15     TABLE WINE

2045 Atwood Ave #111 • 608.284.9732 • tablewinemadison.com

Lead Feather Press features their small-batch letterpress prints. Drink specials all night. R

 

16     THRESHOLD

2717 Atwood Ave • 608.286.3827 • atthreshold.com

Beth Racette’s Gaia Gathering, an arts extravaganza and mobilizing event for the well-being of Earth. Synapsis Collectivo’s Nuestra Tierra, Nuestro Hogar (Our Earth, Our Home) by Richie Morales, Evelyn Galindo, Juan Dehoyos, and friends. R A M

 

 

 

NORTH MADISON

1     BEAR AND BOTTLE

601 N Sherman Ave • 608.630.8800 • bearandbottlewi.comnorthside-art.org

We are happy to represent the Northside of Madison and to feature art from the NorthSide Artists Group, a growing collective of visual artists!

 

2     CRUCIBLE

3116 Commercial Ave • 608.640.4441 • cruciblemadison.com

Crucible will showcase artwork with a set of darker and more macabre themes, as well as larger metal sculptures. A

 

3     MADISON COLLEGE CERAMICS, JEWELRY, AND CONSTRUCTION & REMODELING PROGRAM

2125 Commercial Ave • 608.246.6100 • madisoncollege.edu

Visit Madison College’s hidden gems, new digs for ceramics/pottery, art metal jewelry, and tour little houses and sheds. Jewelry and pottery demonstrations, exhibits, and sales. R A

 

4     TANDEM PRESS

1743 Commercial Ave • 608.263.3437 • tandempress.wisc.edu

Opening reception for an exhibition in the Tandem Press Apex Gallery. 5-8 PM. Free parking. R

 

5     VSA WISCONSIN

1709 Aberg Ave, Ste 1 • 608.241.2131 • vsawis.org

VISUAL EXPRESSIONS, a Call for Art Exhibition, features more than 200 works by Wisconsin artists with disabilities. Includes paintings, drawings, mixed media, photography, and sculpture. R

 

 

 

CAMPUS

1     GALLERY 800 UBD

800 University Bay Dr • 608.238.0623 • gallery800ubd.org

Richard R. Fayram’s exhibit Traces in the Snow has original watercolors and limited edition prints highlighting Wisconsin’s seasons, beginning with the Ice Age Trail in winter. R

 

2     RUTH DAVIS DESIGN GALLERY

Nancy Nicholas Hall, 1300 Linden Dr • 608.262.8816 • sohe.wisc.edu/research-development/centers-of-excellence/cdmc/design-gallery/

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Design Studies Master of Fine Arts Exhibition.

 

3     WISCONSIN UNION GALLERIES

Gallery 1308, Union South 1308 W Dayton St • 608.262.7592 • union.wisc.edu/art

WUD’s Gallery Night starts at 6 pm at Gallery 1308 Union South, followed by a photo walk, and ending at the galleries in Memorial Union. R A

 

 

 

MONROE/REGENT

1     CALABASH GIFTS AND HOME ACCENTS

2608 Monroe St • 608.233.2640

Treat yourself to an evening viewing a collection of fine art and home accents. Jewelry, paintings, stone and wood sculptures, ceramics, tableware, tablecloths, cushions, and wall hangings. R

 

2     EDGEWOOD COLLEGE GALLERY IN THE STREAM

1000 Edgewood College Dr • 608.663.2300 • finearts.edgewood.edu/gallery/Exhibitions

Music as Art: Opera in Silk. A textile measuring 9×14 feet, featuring Battenberg lace and six embroidered panels with scenes from Italian operas. R

 

3     FINE EARTH STUDIO & GALLERY

2207 Regent St • Facebook: Fine-Earth-Studio-and-Gallery

Wheel throwing demos. Summer camp info. New functional pottery work by Crystal McParland and Sara Gordon. R A

 

4     HIGHER FIRE

2132 Regent St • 608.233.3050 • higherfireclaystudio.com

Garden Goods: unique vases for Mother’s Day bouquets and art pieces for the patio and garden. Weather permitting, enjoy our “new” outdoor gallery in the backyard. R

 

5     HOTELRED

1501 Monroe St • 608.819.8228 • hotelred.com

Enjoy an evening of local art. R

 

6     JOON

1835 Monroe St • 608.216.4511 • Facebook: joonmonroest

A celebration of POC and Queer community through outsider art. R M

 

7     MILWARD FARRELL FINE ART

2701 Monroe St • 608.238.6501 • milwardfarrellfineart.com

See the colors of spring! The gallery is bursting with new pieces from our artists, including paintings, prints, lamps, glass, and art jewelry. Reception 6-9 pm. R

 

8     MONROE STREET ART CENTER

2526 Monroe St • 608.232.1510 • monroestreetarts.org

Monroe Street Art Center is featuring artwork from various students of all ages. M

 

9     MONROE STREET FAMILY DENTAL

2702 Monroe St, Ste 101 • 608.204.0222 • monroestreetfamilydental.com

Featuring abstract watercolor and alcohol ink in resin from Hathaway Rawlinson. R A