March 22-May 3
Art, All Ages
Plymouth Arts Center invites the public to attend the opening reception of “Spring Reflections,” a brand new art exhibition featuring the Pastel Paintings and Basketry of Portage Artist, Roberta Condon and the Acrylic and Oil Paintings of Cedarburg Artist, Claudette Lee-Roseland. The reception will be held on Friday, March 22, 2019 from 4:30pm to 7:00pm. Admission is free. Live musical entertainment will be provided by pianists, Brittany Seifert from 5-6pm and Beth Munns from 6 to 7pm. Complimentary appetizers and desserts will be served. There will be a cash bar. The show will be on display in Gallery 110 North through May 3rd. “Spring Reflections” is generously sponsored by Margaret Wittkopp/Veritas Financial Services and Wittkopp Funeral and Cremation Services.
Roberta Condon is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and a member of the Handweavers Guild of America. Her works are featured in her own gallery in Portage, as well as in regional and national shows and in private and corporate collections. Her fiber art of basketry and vessels is creating something that is a historic tradition. Pine needle and grass coiling into baskets inspired by forest and desert floor, flowing currents and found items stretching the traditional forms and materials to embrace contemporary meanings. Roberta said, “I’m not only making art for my own and future generations, I am embodying the work of my ancestors.” Roberta’s paintings of pastel are works of art that abstract nature with hard and soft edges expressing the brilliance and the murky shades of the natural view. Visit Roberta’s website: www.robertacondon.com Roberta is graciously sharing her expertise by teaching a Pine Needle Basketmaking Workshop at the Plymouth Arts Center on Saturday, April 6th from 9am to 3:45pm. Pre-registration is required.
Claudette Lee-Roseland, as a professional artist working with acrylic and oils, she loves playing with shape, color, value and form to create movement of the viewer’s eye throughout the painting, infusing the surface with energy for a look that the viewer will find pleasurable and continue to see something new. Claudette has been creating art and teaching art for more than 25 years. She began her artistic life with drawing lessons from a local painter before she went to kindergarten. Her interest in art was fueled early on with trips to the Chicago Art Institute. In college, she studied with Lester Schwartz, a well-respected Wisconsin artist of the time. Following graduation, she became an educator who added artistic events into her social studies curriculum whenever possible while perusing painting on a personal level. Visit Claudette’s website: claudetteleeroseland.com
The Plymouth Arts Center is a non-profit community arts organization founded in 1993 to promote and nurture the visual and performing arts in all of Western Sheboygan County and beyond. The PAC’s mission is to: Enliven the Spirit of our Community and To Enrich the Lives of All, by Providing Diverse Experiences in the Arts. Wisconsin artists are showcased in Gallery 110 North in six uniquely different exhibits per year. The PAC offers an ongoing and vibrant schedule of live musical and theatrical performances, art classes, and a gift shop featuring member artwork. Tour/School groups are encouraged to visit and may schedule complimentary tours. Regular hours are: Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm; Sat-Sun. Noon to 3pm; or by special appointment. Closed on Mondays and Holidays. For more information, visit the PAC website: www.plymoutharts.org and follow us on Facebook and Twitter or call 920.892.8409.
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.