Gallery Night Participants – October 4, 2019

GREATER METRO MADISON

Greater Metro Madison

1      BLOOMING GROVE MONTESSORI

4560 Rustic Dr • 608.658.9121 • bloominggrovemontessori.com

Please join us at Blooming Grove Montessori for Fall Gallery Night to enjoy works from local artists, view our school’s facilities, and explore our 10 acre property. R M

 

2      CALMING GROUNDS

3866 Johns St • 608.332.2297

Functional pottery, textile design, art quilts, and furniture with highly figured and exotic timbers. R

 

3      THE GALLERY AT ACCESS WISCONSIN

1113 Stephenson Ln, Waunakee • 608.513.2611

Timestacking photographer Mark Weller and abstract painter Issis Macias collaborate on the subtle colors, textures, and bold designs of nature. R A

 

 

DOWNTOWN

Downtown Map

 

1      100STATE

316 W Washington Ave #675 • 675 608.268.9384 • 100state.com

Movement. Artists from around the world display their unique narrative and what immigration means to them: how it has shaped their lives, identities, and perspectives as Americans and artists. R A M

 

2      ANTHOLOGY

230 State St • 608.204.2644 • anthologymadison.com

Come celebrate our first anniversary in the new space and 11th year in business! Local paper and gift shop known for original Wisconsin designs. R

 

3      THE BUBBLER AT MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY

201 W Mifflin St • 608.266.5975 • madisonbubbler.org

The featured exhibition is Women’s Work, which showcases pieces from the Forward Art Prize Applicants. Emily Balsley, Bubbler Artist-in-Residence, leads interactive art-making. Open from 7-9pm. R A M

 

4      CAPITOL LAKES

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

On view in the Atrium and Henry St. Cafe: prints and paintings by John Miller. Plaza Level Photography Gallery: Michael Rausch’s Portraits of Powwow. R A

 

5      FAIR TRADE COFFEE HOUSE

418 State St • 608.268.0477

George Roesch Johnson pursues the mythic qualities of ordinary life in his figurative paintings, relief carvings, or documentary photography. Ellen Reynolds Hall explores color, light, and our natural world through oil paint.

 

6      GARVER GALLERY

18 S Bedford St • 608.256.6755 • garvergallery.com

We’ll be featuring our 2019 Fall Collection. Artists included: Lee Weiss, Linda Koenig, Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz, Elizabeth Ivers, Gregg Kreutz, Hugh Mandelert, and many more. R

 

7      JAMES WATROUS GALLERY

201 State St, Overture Center 3rd Floor • 608.265.6500 • wisconsinacademy.org/gallery

Side-by-side solo exhibition: Helen Hawley, The Blues of the Rain and Gabriel Pionkowski, Touching—Self—Touching.

 

8      LITTLE LUXURIES

230 State St • 608.255.0622 • littleluxuriesmadison.com

Enjoy refreshments while perusing our artisan gift offerings! R

 

9      MADISON’S CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

The Grove at the Top of State,W Mifflin & State St • visitdowntownmadison.com/events/downtown-doors-2019

Join in the fun by decorating our Downtown Door! We’ll have a special door set up for the public to paint as part of our Downtown Doors project.

 

10      MADISON LOCAL MOTIVE

646 W Washington Ave, Ste #E • 608.807.2800 • madisonlocalmotive.com

Madison Local Motive invites you to our next edition of showcasing local artists Tsela Barr, Athena Gates, and more!

 

11      MADISON MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

227 State St • 608.257.0158 • mmoca.org

Ray Yoshida: The Spaces in Between is on view in the Henry Street Gallery. Preparations are being made for the Wisconsin Triennial – stop by to sneak a peek!

 

12      MMoCA MUSEUM STORE

227 State St • 608.257.3222 • mmoca.org

Stop in to the Museum Store to see Mata Ortiz pottery, the featured artwork for Gallery Night.

 

13      MADISON SENIOR CENTER

330 W Mifflin St • 608.266.6581 • madisonseniorcenter.org

Relevant, inclusive, enlightened. Our Annual Photo Affair highlights the creative talent of adults 55+ in our community. R M

 

14      OVERTURE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Overture Galleries • 201 State St 608.258.4428 • overture.org

Receptions for Galleries I, II, & III with artwork by Aaron Laux, Katherine Steichen Rosing, Anwar Floyd-Pruitt, Xiaoyue Pu, Yeonhee Cheong, and Jayne Reid Jackson as well as Phoenix from the Ashes in the Playhouse Gallery. R A

 

15      WISCONSIN VETERANS MUSEUM

30 W Mifflin St • 608.267.1799 • wisvetsmuseum.com

Draw at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum during Gallery Night! No artistic experience is necessary. Featuring live drawing by award winning Wisconsin veteran artist, Shawn Ganther.

 

16      ARTIST & CRAFTSMAN SUPPLY

203 W Gorham St • 608.251.2977

Please join us as we celebrate you! Artist & Craftsman Supply is proud to present our semi-annual customer art show.

 

WILLY STREET/EAST WASHINGTON

Willy St and East Washington

 

1      AMERICAN FERAL GALLERY

2150 E Washington Ave

Paintings, antiquated photography, sculpture, and more! R

 

2      CIVA GALLERY 212

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

RE LIT: The works of Maria Amalia Wood and Natalie Salminen Rude re-engage forgotten artifacts, freshly showcasing and restoring their relevance for new audiences. R A

 

3      FUEGOS—STEAK • TAPAS • VEGAN

904 Williamson St • 608.229.6920

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

 

4      GIANT JONES BREWING COMPANY AT MAIN STREET INDUSTRIES

931 E Main St • Suites 9 & 16 (Enter on Brearly St) • 608.620.5172 • jenie.org

Jenie Gao’s new show, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Antidisestablishmentarianism in Repose, pushes boundaries of rules imposed upon us. JK. Drink Giant Jones beer. Tour my new studio. #25words R A

 

5      GIB’S BAR

1380 Williamson St • gibs.bar

Madison-native Goldie Bennett leverages academic craft in visceral portraits exposing a conflicted and illuminating view on LGBTQ identity politics. Erotic, raw, and vital. R

 

6      HATCH ART HOUSE

1248 Williamson St • 608.237.2775 • hatcharthouse.com

Special exhibit of local artist Nicci Martin’s upcycled, colorful, and sometimes quirky functional art, sculptures, and paintings. R A

 

7      MADISON GREENHOUSE STORE

1354 Williamson St • 608.819.8822 • madisongreenhousestore.com

Decorative and functional ceramics by Zach Zitske and Arielle Harmann. Botanical and pastoral paintings by Beth Galantha and Tiffany Olson. Mixed media by Celeste Huff. R

 

8      THE MARQUETTE HOTEL

414 S Baldwin St • madisonmarquettehotel.com

Join us for unique artwork, clothing, music, and refreshments in our gorgeous cafe space. Learn. Explore. Immerse yourself in the arts. R A M

 

9      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

 

10      PRISM

924 Williamson St • 608.405.3151 • prismmadison.com

We hope to present the area’s best LowBrow, Pop-Surrealism, and Dark Art to MMoCA’s Gallery Night patrons! R

 

11      QUALITY CBD

1222 Williamson St • 608.770.2021 • timtogstad.com

Oil paintings, new works displayed alongside some older classics. Several larger canvases. The artist will give a brief talk at 8:00. R A M

 

12      ROBINIA COURTYARD

829 E Washington Ave • 608.478.0101

Robinia Courtyard hosts four different spaces with four different galleries, including an outdoor sculpture garden. R

 

13      STATE LINE DISTILLERY

1413 Northern Ct • 608.268.6201 • statelinedistillery.com

Artists Anna Sumi and Jeremiah Logemann are back at State Line to showcase their talents. Curated art and thoughtfully created cocktails all in one night! R A

 

14      WILLY ST POP-UP

1150 Williamson St • willystpopup.com

Pop in to support local artists and enjoy fused glass finery, including glass flowers; hand-crafted silver jewelry; local artist paintings; refurbished furniture; and more! Refreshments will be served…so pop in! R

 

15      WISCONSIN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED

754 Williamson St • 608.255.1166 • wcblind.org/events/gallery-night

Featuring artists who are blind or visually impaired. Opening reception takes place from 5–8 pm with a gallery talk around 6 pm. Artists available afterward to discuss their art and answer questions. A musical artist with a visual impairment provides entertainment throughout the evening, and complimentary refreshments will be served. R A M

 

ATWOOD/WINNEBAGO

Atwood Winnebago Map

 

 

1      ARTS + LITERATURE LABORATORY

2021 Winnebago St • artlitlab.org

Verse / Us: Language and Power an invitational exhibition featuring six artists exploring how language shapes our identities and the world we live in. R

 

2      THE ATWOOD

2116 Atwood Ave • ryanjrobinson.art

Showcasing modern portraits by local artist Ryan J. Robinson. R

 

3      BARE KNUCKLE ARTS

1949 Winnebago St • 608.852.1394 • bareknucklearts.com

Chloe Hougan utilizes bold colors, repeated symbols, and marks to create complex compositions, reminiscent of aerial views of the Dane County farmland that she calls home. R

 

4      CAFÉ BRITTOLI

2326 Atwood Ave • 947.395.7459 • josephtaylorart.com

Dyed and laminated maple has been cut, carved, hand sanded, and arranged on planks of wood collected from any number of past lives to create calm distant landscapes. R

 

5      EYEOPIA

2134 Atwood Ave • 608.316.7999 • eyeopia.com

20th anniversary trunk show and sale featuring Lafont. Watercolors by Ken Marsden. R

 

6      GARVER FEED MILL

3241 Garver Green • garverfeedmill.com/gallerynight

Art and artisans abound in the premier of Gallery Night at Garver. Featuring vintage Garver items and artifacts, photography, street art, flower mandala making, edible art, music, and more. Food and beverage available includes American Skillet Company (skillet s’mores), Surya Cafe (vegan) and Ian’s Pizza (full menu). M

 

7      GOODMAN COMMUNITY CENTER

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

 

8      THE IDEAL BAR

1968 Atwood Ave • 608.244.9702 • jojensenart.com

Imagine financial loss reborn as art. The detritus of ‘sconnie gambling culture transformed into fantastic sculptures that are visual puns about the dangers of gambling. R

 

9      MIDWEST CLAY PROJECT

2040 Winnebago St • 608.255.9240 • midwestclayproject.com

MCP is proud to host an exhibition of current studio member ceramics. Pottery demonstrations will be ongoing throughout the evening. R A

 

10      MODERN TALISMAN

1937 Winnebago St • 608.630.8230 • moderntalisman.com

Neighborhood shop featuring hand-crafted jewelry, including our own Elemetal earrings and pendants, and gifts of beauty, magic, and meaning from around the world. R

 

11      OHIO TAVERN, EXQUISITE CORPSE TAXIDERMY

224 Ohio Ave • 608.213.6183 • theohiotavern.comexquisitecorpsetaxidermy.com

Our Wunderkammern of taxidermy and oddities has a new home this fall. Enjoy surreal, avant-garde mounts of extreme elegance. Delight in obscure anthropmorphic mouse tableaux and metal and bone jewelry.

 

12      PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

2401 Atwood Ave • 608.249.1537 • pcucc.org

An exhibit of art created by students from Lowell Elementary School. All students, kindergarten through 5th grade, are invited to participate. R M

 

13      STONE FENCE

2322 Atwood Ave • 608.238.4331 • stonefenceofmadison.com

Local artist Sandra Schoen. R A M

 

14      STUDIO PARAN

2051 Winnebago St • 608.242.1111 • studioparan.com

Expect the unexpected. A

 

15      TABLE WINE

2045 Atwood Ave #111 • 608.284.9732 • tablewinemadison.com

5 Years of Andy Stoiber: celebrate smutty fun and a love for wine with this photography retrospective. Drink specials all night. R

 

16      THRESHOLD

2717 Atwood Ave • 608.286.3827 • atthreshold.com

Presentations by Threshold’s in-house artists and community partners: k8iwampus, mbloeschcreative, flymeditation, Open Circle Studio, SoulCollage®, lilianairl, Yellow Dog Productions, carlylois, and more!

 

17      MAVEN VOCAL ARTS

1951 Winnebago St • 608.220.2234 • mavenvocalarts.comlisahirchert.com

Curated butterfly specimens paired with classic literature provide a new take on beloved stories in these enchanting framed compositions by artist Lisa Hirchert. R

 

18      LAUER REALTY GROUP

2229 Atwood Ave • 608.467.3220 • facebook.com/Ryan-Esser-ART-224602891043108/

View the work of Ryan Esser.  These stunning paintings were made using oil on canvas and glass and capture so much detail. R

 

19      WINNEBAGO WELLNESS

1915 Winnebago St • 860.941.2880

Winter Wood Spirits by Artist Susan Krause: on ground and suspended. Tea concoctions, chair massage, and DJ. An open house of talk therapists and body workers. R M

 

NORTH MADISON

North Madison

 

1      ARTS FOR ALL WISCONSIN (FORMERLY VSA WISCONSIN)

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

Ethereality: The Art of Joyce J. Gust features evocative works by the native Wisconsin artist that transcend the physical world while exploring elemental connections to it. R

 

2      BIEROCK

2911 N Sherman Ave • 608.515.8087

Art in a bar! Craft beer, good food, and local creations!

 

3      CRUCIBLE

3116 Commercial Ave • 608.640.4441 • cruciblemadison.com

Crucible presents a selection of dark and mysterious artistic offerings, with DJ’d music in the background. M

 

4      TANDEM PRESS

1743 Commercial Ave • 608.263.3437 • tandempress.wisc.edu

Join us until 8pm to view new works by Derrick Adams and Mickalene Thomas in our gallery, tour our studio space, and enjoy a performance by UW-Madison jazz students (5-7pm). R M

 

 

CAMPUS

Campus Map

 

 

1      GALLERY 800 UBD

800 University Bay Dr • 608.238.0623 • gallery800ubd.org

Ann Schafffer’s Journey from points around the world is expressed in pastels with rich colors, strong value changes, then layered and blended for drama. R

 

2      LYNN MECKLENBURG TEXTILE GALLERY

1235 Nancy Nicholas Hall • 1300 Linden Dr 608.262.1162 • sohe.wisc.edu/hlatc

Intersections, curated by Kendra Greendeer (Ho-Chunk) and Dakota Mace (Diné), explores the interrelationship of Indigenous American cultures through textiles. R A

 

3      MEMORIAL UNION GALLERIES

800 Langdon St • union.wisc.edu/art

Join WUD Art in exploring the fragility of life, playing with space, and confronting the climate crisis through our galleries. More information on our website! R

 

4      RUTH DAVIS DESIGN GALLERY

Nancy Nicholas Hall • 1300 Linden Dr • 608.262.8815 • sohe.wisc.edu/design-gallery

Sixteen contemporary artists take inspiration from the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection to create varied original works in their group show, Points of Departure. R A

 

5      CHAZEN MUSEUM OF ART

750 University Ave • 608.263.2246 • chazen.wisc.edu

Fabrice Monteiro: The Prophecy Opening Reception. Fabrice creates characters that emerge from landscapes to deliver a warning to humanity. 5:30 P.M. Artist discussion 6:30 P.M. Reception with refreshments & canapé. Music by Mandjou Mara.  R A M

 

 

MONROE/REGENT

Monroe Regent Map

 

1      CALABASH GIFTS

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

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

Pranav Sood: Little Thing Called Love. Sood’s chromatic, graphic op-art paintings give evidence of love that transcends structures of both culture and geography.

 

3      FINE EARTH STUDIO & GALLERY

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

Pottery wheel demos and class info. Wood fire ceramics by Crystal McParland. Octopus mugs by Sara Gordon. R A

 

4      HIGHER FIRE

2132 Regent St • 608.233.3050 • higherfireclaystudio.com

Featuring fresh new pottery from two talented artists: Delores Fortuna of Galena, IL, and Craig Kitzman of Deerfield, WI. Plus new jewelry by Hannah Wong (hrsdesigns). R

 

5      HOTELRED

1501 Monroe St • 608.819.8228 • hotelred.comhannabruer.com

Join us for an evening of local art featuring the work of Hanna Bruer. Hanna’s expressionist paintings feature illegible text imbedded in abstract layers. R A

 

6      LAMOP HAIR STUDIO

2201 Regent St • 608.843.9090 • Facebook: Lamop-Hair-Studio

Stop by to see unique botanical photographs by Kay Gundlach, Annette Knapstein, and Becky McKenzie. Each photographer shares her own interpretation of this perennially favorite subject. R

 

7      MONROE STREET ART CENTER

2526 Monroe St • 608.232.1510

The Monroe Street Art Center will be displaying artwork from various students. Please come by and take a look!

 

8      MONROE STREET FAMILY DENTAL

2702 Monroe St, Ste 101 • 608.204.0222

Celebrating our 10 Year Anniversary and local artwork at Monroe Street Family Dental. Featuring a retrospective of those who have shown art since we opened. R A

 

9      MILWARD FARRELL FINE ART

2701 Monroe St • 608.238.6501 • milwardfarrellfineart.com

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

 

10     BLOOM BAKE SHOP

1851 Monroe St • 608.509.7669 • bloombakeshop.comartelementals.com

Bloom Bake Shop and Art Elementals, a local Boutique Art Agency, host a night of street and abstract art from over a dozen contemporary artists. R M

 

WEST MADISON

West Madison

 

1      THE FLOAT FACTOR

326 Junction Rd • 608.279.1009 • thefloatfactor.com

Local art by Beth Pfeffer, Karin Medall, Ross Buttner, Angela Thompson, David Neff, Sharon Lundholm, and Owen Gwynne. Discounts on Floats. All ages are welcome! R

 

2      MADISON BALLET STUDIOS

6734 Odana Rd • 608.278.7990 • madisonballet.org

School Director, Rachelle Butler, choreographs “Living Sculptures” on students from the school as her father, Jerry Butler, and sister, Vanessa Butler, display their works. R

 

3      MADISON CHOCOLATE COMPANY

729 Glenway St • 608.286.1154 • madisonchocolate.comjamiestanek.comphotochemist.net

Elevating nature’s habitats with shaped elements of craft and function with 19th century photographic techniques by Eric Baillies and compositional wood designs by Jamie Stanek. R A

 

MIDDLETON

Middleton

 

1      JOHN/CHRISTINE DESIGNS

1835 Parmenter St • 608.824.0392 • johnchristinedesigns.com

Inspired by Ikebana Japanese design concepts, Mark Anderson and Carmen Zajicek fuse natural elements such as exotic woods, birch bark, and juxtapose them with ceramics and metals. R A

 

2      MIDDLETON ART & FRAMING

6771 University Ave, Ste 108 • 608.203.6196 • middletonframing.com

An exhibit of Karen Watson-Newlin’s original paintings. Grounded in interpretations from nature, Karen’s paintings emphasize texture through brush and knife application. R A

 

3      MIDDLETON CENTER

7611 Elmwood Ave • 608.575.1018 x1 • rooted-veins.square.site/home

Come visit our newest addition to Middleton Center located at 7611 Elmwood Avenue! Our lobby will be home to a Rooted Veins, which is comprised of a mother and two daughters who specialize in unique stained glass decor. All designs are handmade in Wisconsin. Light refreshments will be provided. R A

 

4      NATIONAL MUSTARD MUSEUM GOURMET GIFT SHOP

7477 Hubbard Ave • 608.831.2222 • mustardmuseum.comjdwolfepottery.com

JD Wolfe Pottery, handmade in Wisconsin, and the Curator’s Mustard Art. R

 

5      THE REGAL FIND

1834 Parmenter St • 608.852.2695 • theregalfind.comleslieiwai.com

A mix of minimalism and whimsy, Hutch is Leslie Iwai’s newest installation populated by her collection of vibrant handcrafted vinyl rabbit sculptures. R