Issue #356 April 18, 2018

‘Fire in Their Bellies’

exhibit highlights couple’s shared creative life as artists and educators

Pamela Powers, UW-Stout News

Mickey Mouse helped inspire William Schulman to become an artist, starting him on a career path that led to being an art teacher and founder of UW-Stout’s art education department ...

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Issue #354 Mar. 21, 2018

Wrapped up in the Process

Gorski takes home Best In Show at ArtsWest 39

Marie Anthony, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Shopping carts and rag rugs didn’t mean much to Paula Gorski as a young girl. It wasn’t until years later when she was alone in her studio that she realized just how much the seemingly inconsequential ...

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Issue #352 Feb. 21, 2018

Tempted to Touch

Artfly pop-up encourages viewers to engage with art

Haley Wright, photos by Andrea Paulseth

ArtFly, a contemporary pop-up art gallery that turns conventional spaces – such as a garage, a basement, or a local store – into a space to experience art for a single day or night is about to put on its biggest show to-date. Kelsey Wenberg, artist and genius behind ArtFly ...

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Issue #350 Jan. 24, 2018

She Has Talent in Store

9-year-old brings her unique artwork to market

Cassandra Kyser

At 9 years old, Presleigh Olson-Buehler is already an accomplished artist and entrepreneur. She recently started selling her artwork at Tangled Up in Hue in downtown Eau Claire, and so far, she is the youngest artist to do so ...

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