MOWA On The Lake 

MOWA collaborates with Milwaukee’s premiere lakefront retirement community Saint John’s On The Lake to further awareness of Wisconsin art and artists. The gallery features four exhibits every year and runs in conjunction with Milwaukee’s Gallery Night and Day. Opening receptions and artists’ talks are part of the celebration and help create more awareness and appreciation for the work.

Saint John's On The Lake
1800 N. Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Hours: Every day, 10:00-5:00

Upcoming Exhibition
Fresh Impressions: Contemporary Wisconsin Printmakers April 17–July 16
Image for Fresh Impressions: Contemporary Wisconsin PrintmakersJayne Reid Jackson
On Fortune’s Throne
Etching – Softground/ Aquatint

Following World War II, Wisconsin developed a national reputation for quality printmaking;  more than 60 years later, printmaking is still going strong in the state.  Fresh Impressions is a group show featuring many of the best printmakers from around Wisconsin and across the varied types of printmaking.

Featured artists include Ann Fischer Athas, Cathy Jean Clark, Rachel Durfee, Joel Elgin, Jayne Reid Jackson, Linda Kelen, Christine Style, Larry Basky, Bonnie de Arteaga, Ray Gloeckler, Jan Jahnke, Gregory Martens, Nancy Mc Gee, Brian Pirman, Jeb Prazak, Lynn Schoenecker, Jan Serr, Sandra Starck, Julie Sutter-Blair, Ken Swanson, Arthur Thrall, Rina Yoon, and John Young.

Related Programs

Artist Talk
Thursday, April 17 | 7:00

Milwaukee Museum Mile Day
Sunday, May 4 | 11:00-4:00
Experience a rich collection of art and architecture on a self-guided tour of five Milwaukee museums at the 3rd Annual Milwaukee Museum Mile Day.

Logo for the Milwaukee Mile

The Museum of Wisconsin Art On The Lake is now part of the Milwaukee Museum Mile, a collaboration of five museums along Lake Michigan, on Milwaukee’s historic East Side. In addition to the Museum of Wisconsin Art On The Lake, visitors on the Milwaukee Museum Mile can also visit North Point Lighthouse, the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, and the Charles Allis Art Museum.