Art, All Ages
The Plymouth Arts Center invites you to join us Friday, October 9th, 2020 for the opening reception of a brand new exhibition entitled: “Recent Work by the Wisconsin Watercolor Society.” The reception will be held from 5-7pm. Live musical entertainment will be presented courtesy of Katie Christensen. Admission is free. The exhibition will be on display in Gallery 110 North through November 27, 2020.
Presenting sponsors for this show are Franz Backus and Conrad and Barbara Barrows.
The Wisconsin Watercolor Society was established in 1952 in Milwaukee. The group began with a few members and has grown to almost 100 members from throughout Wisconsin. The WWS was the first organization to be devoted exclusively to watercolor painting. Its purpose was then, and still is, to promote watercolor as an important medium with exhibits throughout the state of Wisconsin and to serve as a catalyst for those genuinely interested in watercolor.
Plymouth Arts Center gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4 pm, Saturday - Sunday, Noon-3 pm. Closed Mondays and Holidays. Admission to Gallery 110 North is always free thanks in part to our generous sponsors. Tour Groups are always welcome. Please visit the Plymouth Arts Center Gift Shop for fine art gifts made by our members. For more information contact The Plymouth Arts Center, 920-892-8409 or visit us at www.plymoutharts.org
Jan. 22, 2021
Art, All Ages
Eight creative couples will be sharing their love of artistry in a brand-new art exhibition entitled, “A Couple’s Winter Blast,” at the Plymouth Arts Center. The show will open in Gallery 110 North with a reception from 5-7pm on Friday, January 22, 2021. The exhibition is generously sponsored by Plymouth Furniture. Musical entertainment will be provided by Thomas Pibal. The featured couple artists are Pam and Richard Bronk, Phyllis and Bob Hoopman, Jane and Keary Kautzer, Sylvia & Mark Mondloch, Donna & Mark Rittorno, Karen and Patrick Robison, Eileen & Don Urness and Angelynn Brown and Eric Paulson.
4/2/2021 to 4/30/2021
Art, All Ages
The art created by the Waters Edge Artists reflects their passionate interest in the conservation of land, waters, and historical sites in Wisconsin. Members come together from as far north as Michigan’s UP to as far south as Milwaukee. During the summer months, WEA partners with various organizations that are dedicated to these same goals by setting up their easels outdoors and painting “en plein air” at their fund-raising events. Through sales of their paintings, they have raised awareness as well as funds to further the conservation initiatives of the Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust, Niagara Escarpments Resource Network, Lakeshore Natural Resource Protection, Natural Resources Foundations of Wisconsin and others