The top plein air artists of Northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Penninsula return to the Rahr-West Art Museum for 'The Art of Preservation,' a celebratory juried art exhibition of our shared surroundings. WEA's “painters for preservation” work in a variety of media, including oil, pastel, watercolor and acrylic.
The exhibition includes both studio and artwork created "en plein air" on a variety of subjects. Featured artists include: Mary Rypel Anderson, Abrams, WI; Marina Beyer, Kewaunee, WI; Phyllis Brillowski, Sheboygan, WI; Pam Clausen, Kewaunee, WI; Mary Costantino, Menominee, MI; Cynthia Dirtzu, Marinette, WI; Charles Eaton, Menominee, MI; Kathleen Eaton, Menominee, MI; Evelyn Grasse, Sheboygan, WI; Kitty Lynne Klich, Sheboygan Falls, WI; Ken Marsden, Marinette, WI; Jay Parsons, Oostburg, WI; Mara Pionek, Green Bay, WI; Daniel A. Rizzi, Plymouth, WI; Russell Schwindt, Manitowoc, WI; Madonna Siles, Sturgeon Bay, WI; Robert Theaker, Two Rivers, WI; Cynthia Tumpach, Green Bay, WI.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.