UW-Stout Showcases Students' Summer Art
Just because it’s summer vacation doesn’t mean UW-Stout’s art students are resting. Gallery 209 at UW-Stout is hanging a student show called Exposing Our Underdraws throughout the summer featuring about 20 pieces of art across different mediums and techniques. Fall Creek native Brittany Tainter’s “Dishonor” – which is a series of three large charcoal drawings of feathers – and “Larry and Ethel” – oversized charcoal portraits by Kelly Christianson – are just a couple of the pieces on display. Other works include acrylic, pen, gesso, ink, marker, graphite, and watercolor. Exposing Our Underdraws will run throughout the summer at Gallery 209 in the Applied Arts Building, 415 13th Ave. E in Menomonie. It’s open 10am-4pm Tuesday through Thursday.