Key Milwaukee

December 2013

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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KEY GALLERIES ART GALLERIES can yield incredible, one-of-akind gifts. Located in the Historic Third Ward, KATIE GINGRASS GALLERY has moved from its long-time Broadway location to the Marshall Building at 207 E. Buffalo St. Presented by Joan Houlehen and Mary Bock for the Katie Gingrass Gallery through Jan. 4, Tea for Two features over 45 teapots from local, national and international artists. These teapots range from abstract to whimsical and from functional to frivolous. Created from a variety of media including ceramic, mixed media, fiber, stoneware and porcelain, each piece tells its own story and evokes a specific mood. Price points range from $90 to $2,000. Discerning teapot collectors and tea enthusiasts will be enchanted by this collection. "Irises" by Tripti Yoganathan RIVERVIEW ANTIQUE MARKET, 175 S. Water St. just across the Milwaukee River from the Historic Third Ward, is the destination for vintage art and photos from the area's leading antique dealers and decorators. The market is open seven days a week, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Especially during the holidays, we love to head north to historic Cedarburg, just 30 minutes north of downtown. "Morning Glory" by Jerry & Jenni Davis A new favorite stop is ELVIA'S ARTEGALLERY BOUTIQUE, located at the Washington Avenue Shoppes, W62 N590 Washington Ave., in the heart of Cedarburg. Owner Elvia Pena-Savage creates beautiful works of art in watercolors, acrylics and oils. The colors used in the abstract artworks range from strident bolds to dreamlike pales, but every artwork beckons to the visitor. Clearly, the longer you spend with Pena-Savage's work, the more you see. An example of her artwork is on the following page. Contact the gallery at 262-388-4507. Also in Cedarburg, don't miss THE PINK LLAMA GALLERY ( which has an address of W62 N580 Washington Ave., but is entered through the rear porch across the street from the red and white pagoda. The gallery features fine art, accessories and more. "Round & Round It Goes" by Hank Hall 36 Head a bit north and east from Cedarburg to Port Washington. Along with its picturesque harbor on Lake Michigan, Port Washington

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