Eager for Artwork? Visit a Virtual Art Gallery
As we all explore creative ways to celebrate summer, take a moment to check out how local artists, students, and galleries are showing their work to the community! ArtFly, an Eau Claire-based art gallery, typically hosts multi-faceted events hosted in unexpected places, “giving the public an opportunity to see thought-provoking art in a new environment.” In May, as part of Creative Economy Week, ArtFly set up its first virtual exhibition, Multidimensional. The exhibit featured 11 artists from the Chippewa Valley community. In a similar way, UW-Eau Claire’s Bachelor of Fine Arts students put together an online gallery for the Spring 2020 BFA Art Exhibition. The exhibit features work by BFA degree candidates Sarah Jo Ferraro, Katie Mattis, Payton Sullivan, and Jake Taylor. Visitors to the exhibit get the chance to view ceramic works, digital paintings and multimedia installation (featuring video, sculpture, textiles, light, and poetry.) You can learn more and check out the gallery at www.uwec.edu.