© Carol Hettinga
© Sharon Rotz
© Sharon Feathers
Reception will include music by harpist Callie Bates.
Poetry readings by several of the poets.
Over 95 artists, poets and emerging artists from all over Wisconsin are showing works and poetry writings are showing their work.
Mrs. Dana Hammond, Art Instructor, and Ms. Martha Handrick, English instructor, at LUHS will be sharing the artwork and poetry from their classes in this exhibition.
Artists invited to participate in this exhibition include: Christine Alfery, Jackie Alberg, Nancy TeWinkel Lauren, Mary Burns, Niki Childrey, Linda Crone, Terry Daulton, Ann Egan, Sharon Feathers, Andy Fenner, Lora Hagen, Wayne Houston, Rene Iannarelli, Leslie Johnson, Karen Kappell, Dave Kapszukiewicz, Rich Klatt, Gail Kniska, Michael Koehler, Susan Lansdown, Kay Lorbiecki, Maureen Luzenski, Azael Meza, Lee Michlein, Nancy Pacquet, Sue Pucci, Bill Radant, Jerry Rayala, Sharon Rotz, Jane Schmaltz, Barbara Schneider, Joan Stephens, Ginny Stiles, John Twiggs, Ann Waisbrot, Pauline Wittry, Cole Punches, Shiela Punches and Helen Wolk.
Poets invited to participate in this exhibition include: Christine Alfery, Mariana Abliedinger-FSPA, Sharon Hart Addy, William P. Anderson, Sharon Auberle, Jane Banning, BJ Best, Kimberly A. Blanchette, Mary Burns, Ester Cameron, Geoff Collins, Bruce Dethlefsen, Dianne Diederich, Kevin Ducey, Ann Egan, Larry Eriksson, Louisa Loverridge Gallas, Kathryn Gahl, Elizabeth Haling, Caleb Hauser, Kathryn R. Johnson, Jan Kocmoud, Michael Koehler, Daniel Kunene, Peg Lauber, Nancy TeWinkel Lauren, Estella Lauter, Kay Lorbiecki, Maryellen Marnholtz, Camille Wade Maurice, R.Gene McKenzie, Azael Meza, Lee Michlein, Michael Michlein, Mark Nesslar, Bernice Newton-FSPA, Annie Parcels, Elmae Passineau, Kathleen Hayes Phillip, Stephen Platko, Diana Randolph, Jane Schmaltz, Barb Schmeling, Barbara Schneider, Nina Shephard-FSPA, Patricia Smith, Shannon Fenner Thielman, Elizabeth Tornes, Susan Twiggs, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Robert Edwin Wills, Pauline Wittry-FSPA and Judith Zuckerman.
Preview of Exhibition at: www.howardyoungartgallery.com –
website updated daily with new images and poetry.
The Howard Young Art Gallery, located in the Howard Young Medical Center at
240 Maple Street, Woodruff Wisconsin, is dedicated to supporting and exhibiting the art work of Wisconsin fine artists.