Key Milwaukee

October 2012

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

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KEY GALLERIES GALLERY NIGHT AND DAY is always a treat in Milwaukee, but especially in the fall when the weather is crisp and the refreshments, as well as the art, are enticing. This year more than 70 galleries and retailers, pri- marily in downtown's Historic Third Ward and East Town areas, are participating in the Oct. 19 & 20 event. For a list of all participants, see the events listing at DAVID BARNETT GALLERY, 1024 E. State St. at Prospect Ave. features The Cow Jumped Over The Moon. Cow Art From Around The World, opening Oct. 19. See artworks from Old Masters to con- temporary, Rembrandt to Leroy Neiman. Experience life aboard a WWII sub Stroll the streets of a 19th century port town Operate locks & sail a boat downriver Fire up a 65-ton steam engine Come to River Rendezvous June 30 & July 1 DELIND GALLERY OF FINE ART, 450 E. Mason St., focuses on Plein Air Then and Now! In the early 1800s, the independent spirit of Parisian artists took painting "out of doors." See early American paintings and drawings in that style, as well as outstanding paintings by 'spirited' Wisconsin artists, Oct. 4-Oct. 27. For a change of pace, head to the Historic Third Ward and the KATIE GINGRASS GALLERY, 241 N. Broadway. Through Dec. 31, The Green Exhibition features work from local and national artists inspired by nature or created from found/recycled objects. Inside the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, 929 N. Water St., is the MORNING GLORY GALLERY. For Gallery Night, see hand-painted silks by Joanna. Snag an early holiday gift with one-of-a-kind scarves and men's ties and meet the artist Friday night. And, as always, the gallery features fine crafts from more than 50 Wisconsin artists. Visit the gallery before a show (or during intermission). Regular gallery hours are noon-6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. INOVA (UW-MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF VISUAL ARTS), 2155 N. Prospect Ave., features the work of Milwaukee's most talented artists, completed after being selected as 2011 Fellows of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Mary L. Nohl Fellowship program. mobile app at: Get the free 36 In picturesque Port Washington, visit BLUE HERON ARTISAN'S GALLERY. The gallery is located at 102 E. Pier St. in a historic 1929 fire sta- tion building, and features works by more than 25 artists. The atmosphere here is welcoming to visi- tors and supportive for artists.

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