Current Exhibitions 

Jenie Gao: Survival Tools

April 14–July 29, 2018
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Experience this site-specific installation by Madison artist and printmaker Jenie Gao who believes that the common denominator behind current discussions about technology, war, human rights, and climate change revolve around what people believe is necessary to "survive" in this world and in the future—even if their ideas differ on possible solutions. 

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Daniel Gerhartz: The Continuum of Beauty

April 14–July 29, 2018
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Nestled deep in the woods near Kewaskum, in Wisconsin’s lush Kettle Moraine, sits Daniel Gerhartz’s studio. Inside, it feels as though you have stepped back in time to the grand manner painting of the Gilded Age. Canvases finished and unfinished line the walls. Paints, brushes, and a palette flank an enormous wooden easel; overstuffed chairs, props, and luxurious fabrics await the next model. Gerhartz, born in Kewaskum in 1965, practices a form of Realism that traces its origins to the great figurative and portrait painters of the late nineteenth century.

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Joy Ride: Designing Trek

April 14–August 5, 2018
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Experience Trek bikes like never before! This museum-wide exhibition highlights Waterloo-based Trek Bicycle's dedication to cutting-edge innovation and craftsmanship and its commitment to framing people's healthy lifestyles around the world. View 38 bicycles including an original 1976 steel road bike, Cedarburg native Eric Larsen's South Pole fat bike, and Jens Voigt's 'hour record bicycle' on which he recording the longest distance traveled in a single hour—to name a few.

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High Thread Count: Art Quilts by Pat Kroth

February 15–May 14, 2018
Image for High Thread Count: Art Quilts by Pat Kroth Pat Kroth, Revisiting Jackson, Cotton, rayon, tulle, metallic threads, silk, satin, lace, ribbons, rick-rack, cording, pins, stamps, jewelry, beads, toys, coins, candy wrappers, sequins, and paper clips, 2010 (detail)
Contemporary fiber artist Pat Kroth explores transparencies and layers through a myriad of found objects. Kroth sews the objects and fabric together to create abstract compositions that are equal in both physical and psychological depth.
 
This exhibition is held at Saint John’s On The Lake.

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