Fri. Nov. 17

The Two Andersons

The art exhibit will feature works painted en plein air by Matt and Marc Anderson. Their collection of landscape paintings were created on location across Wisconsin. The Andersons, who are not related, do share a kinship in traditional oil painting as well as the inspirational and next-level artistic experience that is painting outdoors.

L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Fri. Nov. 17

Sculpture Tour Eau Claire

Enjoy this outdoor, interactive, free exhibit of sculptures displayed nearly year-round, twenty-four hours a day. The sculptures are owned by the artists who created them and are loaned to Eau Claire’s exhibit for 48-50 weeks. Each May a new set of sculptures arrives in the Eau Claire community for display and enjoyment.

Along Water Street, N. Barstow Street, Phoenix Park, and the Mayo Clinic Health Systems campus in downtown Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

9am-9pm Fri. Nov. 17

Ink & Paper

The Volume One Gallery & Local Store in Eau Claire hosts this gift-worthy local print sale in November and December each year. Focused on selling affordable, mostly unframed works, the sale features more than 500 pieces of 2D work on paper from nearly 100 artists.

The Volume One Gallery (Inside The Local Store) 205 N. Dewey St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

9am-4:30pm Fri. Nov. 17

Holiday Art Fair

Unique & affordable gifts by local artists. Functional pottery, warm winter scarves, beeswax candles, shiny, shiny jewelry, fine art, beautifully framed photography, metal sculptures, greeting cards, and so much more all at affordable prices.

Janet Carson Gallery 316 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

10am-5pm Fri. Nov. 17

Men of Clay

Featuring John Onkka of St. Croix county and John Clazmer from Racine, WI. Onkka's career spans over 40 years with one-of-a-kind wall murals and landscape-inspired stoneware. Clazmer specializes in Raku and wood fired pottery but also creates wheel-thrown stoneware.

B-Framed Galleries 313 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-4pm Fri. Nov. 17

Valley Art Association – Annual Member Exhibit/Show

No cost for admission to the exhibit. There will be artwork available for sale. The theme of the exhibit is "Happy Accidents,"  which is defined as focusing on art planned one way and for some reason the finished piece was different than what had been originally envisioned.

The Heyde Center for the Arts 3 South High St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

11am-7pm Fri. Nov. 17

18th Annual Fine Arts and Crafts Fair

Enjoy the finest in arts and crafts shopping on all three floors of the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts. Shoppers will be treated to Victorian holiday decorations, jubilant music, and the magic of the season not to mention the work of more than 30 local and regional artists and fine crafts persons. Their work includes jewelry, painting, pottery, photography, sculpture, woodwork and more.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts 205 Main St. E, Menomonie

Cost: FREE donations accepted

noon-8pm Fri. Nov. 17

Choix Roses

Galaudet Gallery is bringing you a room full of roses in Choix Roses showing roses by the famed botanical artist Pierre J. Redoute.

Galaudet Gallery LLC 618 S Farwell St, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

noon-8pm Fri. Nov. 17

Shakers and Makers: American Folk Art and Beyond Art Exhibit

This eclectic art exhibit begins with art made by 1800’s Shakers alongside fine artists of today and makers of our region. Challenging stereotypes of both folk art and fine art brings fun and interesting art into Galaudet Gallery

Galaudet Gallery LLC 618 South Farwell, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

6:30-8:30pm Fri. Nov. 17

The Paint Shack

Have fun painting on canvas, wood, bags, glasses and more. Made easy and fun as a trained instructor walks the class through the process. Check the website for more information on scheduled events and classes.

The Paint Shack 2524 Golf Road Suite 2c, Eau Claire

Cost: $10-40

Age: All Ages

Ongoing Events For 11/17/2017

karaoke/DJ, galleries, classes, etc

Men of Clay

Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until Jan. 31, 10am-5pm