Greendale Library Hosts Wisconsin Regional Art Program

Sept. 15, 2010

The Greendale Public Library just completed a very successful Wisconsin Regional Art Program. For over a month the Library has had over 100 pieces of art on display by 40 artists.

On Saturday the 11th, the Library held a program and an announcement of which works were either local honorable mentions recipients or State Exhibit winners.

 

 

 

Audrey Bunchkowski Three Gills Watercolor STATE EXHIBIT

Marcy Calkins Escape Acrylic STATE EXHIBIT

David Carpenter Chinese Garden Colored Pencil STATE EXHIBIT

Polly Edgar The Map of a World Watercolor & Ink STATE EXHIBIT

Shannon Finger Turkish Street Vendor Oil STATE EXHIBIT

Joseph Hargreaves Urban Scape Print STATE EXHIBIT

Beth Ann Huxsol Café Intervention Oil STATE EXHIBIT

Louise Joyner Pears Watercolor STATE EXHIBIT

Mari Kosmatka Summer Morning Painting STATE EXHIBIT

Shirley Kroening Other Worlds Mixed Media STATE EXHIBIT

Jean Pascek Flight Watercolor Mixed Media STATE EXHIBIT

Mary Prince Little Turtle’s Pow Wow Watercolor STATE EXHIBIT

Michael Sirus Polish Iron Black and White Photography STATE EXHIBIT

J. M. Wood What Lurks in the Shadows Oil STATE EXHIBIT

Sherry Ackerman Jefferson Street Watercolor HONORABLE MENTION

George M. Cunningham Going Fishing Watercolor HONORABLE MENTION

John L. R. Edgar Canyon Country Transparent Watercolor HONORABLE MENTION

Megan Goetz I Wonder Painting/Graphics (Acrylic, Collage) HONORABLE MENTION

Anita L. Hagen Jester Nother Birthday Hat Watercolor HONORABLE MENTION

Mary Lou Lindroth Flicker in Snow Watercolor HONORABLE MENTION

Susan Nitzke Show-off Watercolor HONORABLE MENTION

Ajit Parekh Spider Woman Photograph HONORABLE MENTION

Lynda Reitz A Single Rose Acrylic HONORABLE MENTION

Jocelyn Schmidt Skull Scratchboard HONORABLE MENTION

Margaret Schumann On the Shelf, Now Watercolor HONORABLE MENTION

Kelly Marie Steitz #3 Green Batik HONORABLE MENTION

Ryan Walczyk Fish Digital Photography HONORABLE MENTION

Helmut G. Zendek Barn in Whitnall Park Photography HONORABLE MENTION

 

 

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