June 7-8, 2019
Art, All Ages
Join us this spring for a fantastic two-day self-guided tour of the greater Sheboygan County area artist’s private studios, galleries, and boutiques. The 5th Annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour will be held Fri.,June 7, 2019 from 10am to 6pm and Sat. June 8th from 10am to 5pm. 40+ artists at nearly 20 different venues will be showcased this year. You’ll have a chance to meet painters, printmakers, potters, furniture makers; fiber, glass, metal and leather artists, photographers and more. There will be demos, door prizes, and the opportunity to purchase original, fine art directly from the artists who created it. Admission is free! The Plymouth Arts Center is the presenting organization and will serve as the tour headquarters as well as hosting artists in its greatroom. The Spring Art Tour is sponsored by Sargento, McKenzie Financial, Huberty CPA’s and Trusted Advisors, Bank First, and 1420 the Breeze Radio Station. The Plymouth Arts Center is located at 520 East Mill Street, Downtown Plymouth, WI. More information and maps may be found on our website: www.plymoutharts.org, or call (920) 892-8409.
The Plymouth Arts Center initiated this premier event in 2015 to increase the visibility of the many fine artists working and living in the greater Sheboygan County area and to encourage an appreciation for the role that artists play in the vitality of our communities. For visitors, it’s a rare opportunity for an up close-and-personal arts experience, as some of the private studios are only open to the public during this once a year special event.
The 19 participating venues are: Plymouth Arts Center: Phyllis Brillowski, Kris Morse, and Dennis Ninmer. Indicates Multiple Artists at this location: Abler Art Glass/John and Bonnie Abler, and Naomi Abler-Schulz; Larry Basky Studio and Gallery; Bowl Dog Woodturning-Dick Bemis; Lori Beringer Fine Art Studio; Chrysalis-Pam & Richard Bronk Art Studio and Barbara Hollenback; Eagle Feather Artisan Studio/Dave Horn; Phyllis and Robert Hoopman Studios, Judy Beyer and Ann Juneau; Lakeshore Art Supplies, Cooper Diers and Erica Huntzinger; Artensoul Studio/Peg Haubert; Mike McArdle Art & Photography; Old Town Hall Studio/Gallery/Eileen and Don Urness; Redemption Cove Studio, Linda Boehlke, Jay Parsons, Irene Schmitz; Silver Creek Pottery & Forge, Mark and Sylvia Mondloch and Jeremiah Backhaus and Shelby Johnson; Seranya Studios Art Boutique-at the Hub, Susan Radke, Kathy Cooney, Richard Rooker, and Dieter Stipe; Sheboygan Visual Artists-SVA/Works by 80 artists; gmThull Creations/Gale Thull; Two Fish Gallery, Patrick and Karen Robison.
The Plymouth Arts Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization solely supported through membership dues, sponsorships, corporate and private donations, grants, and through fundraising events. Gallery 110 North, our stunning art gallery, features rotating art exhibitions showcasing Wisconsin artists. A wide variety of art workshops and education programs for both adults and youth, are offered year-round as well as a performing arts-musical and theatrical series, a gallery gift shop and a host of special events such as the “Cheese Capital Jazz & Blues Crawl,” “Paint the Town, en Plein Air,” bus trips, and more. The Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour helps to fulfill the Plymouth Arts Center’s mission which is……..to enliven the spirit of our community and to enrich the lives of all by providing diverse experiences in the Arts.
Gallery 110 North and Member’s Gift Shop hours are: Tuesday-Friday 10:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday and Sunday, Noon to 3:00pm. We are closed on Mondays and Holidays. Admission to the Gallery is always FREE!
Download a copy of the Spring Art Tour Brochure - Click HERE
May 4, 2019
Theatre, All Ages
Sat., May 4, 2019, Broadway Comic Murder Mystery, “The Play That Goes Wrong,” Appleton PAC
May 10, 2019 - August 3, 2019
Art, All Ages
The power of the oceans, inland seas, and rivers is unlimited. Accessibility to water enables the founding and sustaining of civilization in wildly diverse locations across the planet. We are charged with the continuous preservation of this, our most important resource. Artists are invited to enter original works with a personal view of its impact.