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A Clean Poorly Lighted Space
A Clean Poorly Lighted Space is a gallery located within the Applied Arts Building at the UW-Stout. ACPL Space specializes in realizing various contemporary art endeavors from artists everywhere.
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Menomonie, U.S.A. 54751.
Contact: Jennifer Ekstrand. 715-387-2523. Fax . .
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
165 North Park Ave.
Neenah, U.S.A. 54956.
Contact: . 920-751-4658. Fax . .
Bradley Family Foundation Sculpture Park
2145 West Brown Deer Rd.
Milwaukee, U.S.A. 53217.
Contact: . 414-276-6840. Fax . .
Carl Peterson Gardens
Swedish immigrant Carl Peterson transformed his garden into a stone-embellished fantasy land of animals, fountains, and birdbaths. Fifteen of his surviving large-scale works are installed outdoors in the Arts Center’s garden.
608 New York Avenue.
Sheboygan, U.S.A. 53081.
Contact: Ruth DeYoung Kohler. 920-458-6144. Fax . Open daily during daylight hours.
Fred Smith's Wisconsin Concrete Park
Price County native Fred Smith began creating what is known today as the Wisconsin Concrete Park. Smith, a lumberjack, tavern owner, farmer, and dance hall musician, created over 230 figures depicting his vision of the local culture and the world.
N8236 South Highway 13.
Phillips, U.S.A. 54555.
Contact: . 715-339-7282. Fax . .
Gallery 218
207 E. Buffalo St., Ste. 218.
Milwaukee, U.S.A. 53202.
Contact: . 414-643-1732. Fax . Dates and times are subject to change gallery is open Saturday afternoons. Sundays by chance..
Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection
1300 Linden Drive, Univ of Wisconsin.
Madison, U.S.A. 53706.
Contact: Diana Zlatanovski. 608-262-4847. Fax . .
James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden
The James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden is dotted with concrete sculptures loosely connected by a woodland path at his family’s summer log cabin site. A love of nature and a deep-seated spirituality is evident in Tellen’s work.
5634 Evergreen Drive.
Sheboygan, U.S.A. 53081.
Contact: Ruth DeYoung Kohler. 920-458-6144. Fax . Open daily during daylight hours.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
The Arts Center presents contemporary American art emphasizing sculpture, photography, crafts, new genres, installation art, ongoing folk traditions, and the work of self-taught artists and has galleries, a theatre, a gift shop, and café.
608 New York Avenue.
Sheboygan, U.S.A. 53081.
Contact: Ruth DeYoung Kohler. 920-458-6144. Fax 920-458-4473. Mon-Wed-Fri: 10am-5pm Tues-Thurs: 10am-8pm Sat-Sun: 10am-4pm.
Landmarks Gallery Inc.
231 N 76th St.
Milwaukee, U.S.A. 53213.
Contact: . (414) 453-1620. Fax . Sunday & Monday Closed Tuesday - Friday 10 am- 5 pm Saturday 10 am - 5 pm.
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin, features its internationally renowned "Birds in Art" exhibition each fall, diverse changing and collection exhibitions, educational programs, sculpture garden, and always-free admission.
700 North Twelfth Street.
Wausau, U.S.A. 54403.
Contact: Kathy Kelsey Foley. 715-845-7010. Fax 715-845-7013. Tues–Fri 9am–4pm First Thurs of each month 9am–7:30pm Thursdays during Birds in Art 9am–7:30pm Sat–Sun Noon–5pm Closed Mon & holidays, including New Year’s Day, Easter, July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas.
Lynden Sculpture Garden
The Lynden Sculpture Garden offers a unique experience of art in nature through its collection of more than 50 monumental sculptures sited across 40 acres of park, lake and woodland, including works by Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, and others.
2145 W. Brown Deer Rd..
Milwaukee, U.S.A. 53217.
Contact: Polly Morris. 414-446-8794. Fax 414-446-8492. Spring hours (March 12 – May 13) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 am – 5 pm* Thursday: CLOSED Saturday, Sunday: 12 pm – 5 pm Summer hours (May 30 - October 2) Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 10 am - 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am - 7:30.
Margaret Woodson Fischer
700 N. 12th Street.
Wausau, U.S.A. 54403-5007.
Contact: Kathy Kelsey Foley. 715-845-7010. Fax . .
Milwaukee Art Musem
700 N. Art Museum Drive.
Milwaukee, U.S.A. 53202.
Contact: Daniel T. Keegan. 414-224-3200. Fax . .
Mississippi River Sculpture Park
Life size bronze figures in this park illustrate history and prehistory near the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers. 26 figures are planned. The first four , Black Hawk, Dr. Beaumont, Victorian Lady and Voyageur are now installed.
St. Feriole Island, PO Box 395.
Prairie du Chien, U.S.A. 53821.
Contact: Florence Bird. 608-326-5333. Fax . Open all year 24/7.
Nassau County Museum of Art
One Museum Drive.
Racine, U.S.A. 11576.
Contact: Constance Schwartz. (516) 484-9338. Fax . .
National Museum of Wildlife Art
2820 Rungius Road PO Box 6825.
Jackson Hole, U.S.A. 83001.
Contact: James C. McNutt, Ph.D.. 307-733-5771. Fax . .
Racine Art Museum
441 Main Street.
Racine, U.S.A. 53403.
Contact: Bruce Pepich. 262-638-8200. Fax . .
Woodlot Outdoor Sculpture Garden
15 Evergreen Dr..
Sheboygan, U.S.A. 53081.
Contact: . 920-458-4798. Fax . .
Wriston Galleries
Wriston Art Center Galleries 711 E. Boldt Way.
Appleton, U.S.A. 54911.
Contact: . (920) 832-6621. Fax . .
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