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Lardiere Gallery & Studio E P H R A I M

This trip carry the beautiful back with you. ™ Original paintings, limited edition prints, aluminum wall sculptures. 100% silk scarves & cashmere scarves & new bracelets, all derived from Geoffrey Lardiere’s original paintings. Open Weekdays 2:00 to 5:30 Saturday 1:00 to 5:30 / Sunday By Chance First corner North of Ephraim Public Beach on Hwy 42, at 9868 Hidden Spring Rd, Ephraim, WI (920) 854-1885, www.lardiere.com

Celebrating Our 22nd Season


MAP KEY ALGOMA Atelier Of 1 Algoma Sculpture & Fine Art 2

Robert Ray Gallery

STURGEON BAY 3 Lily Bay Pottery The Miller Art Museum 4

Popelka Trenchard Glass 5

JACKSONPORT 6 Idea Gallery EGG HARBOR Angela Lensch Gallery 7 8 Birch Creek Music Performance Center Cappaert Contemporary Gallery 9

10 O ff The Wheel Pottery

Plum Bottom Gallery 12 Woodwalk Gallery 11

BAILEYS HARBOR 13 Door Shakespeare

FISH CREEK 14 Art of Door County 15 Cottage Row Framing & Gallery

SISTER BAY 38 Coventry Gallery 39 Fine Line Designs Gallery

16 Door Community Auditorium

40 Frykman Studio Gallery

17 Edgewood Orchard Galleries

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Hartmann Signs & Art Gallery

18 Emmett Johns Gallery

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Mill Road Gallery

19 Connie Glowacki Gallery 20

Susan Hale

Liz Maltman 22 Northern Sky Theatre 21

Peninsula Players Theatre 23

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Peninsula School Of Art

Stacy Small Rupp 26 TR Pottery 27 White Rose Healing Arts Studio 25

ELLISON BAY 43 The Clearing Folk School 44

Lynn’s Pottery 46 Stillwoods Fine Arts Studio and Gallery 45

WASHINGTON ISLAND 47 Island Players 48 Sievers School of Fiber Arts/The Sievers Shop 49

The Trueblood Performing Arts Center

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Washington Island Literary Festival

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Washington Island Art and NatureCenter

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Washington Island Music Festival

EPHRAIM 28 Artzy Studio 29 Blue Dolphin House & BDH Studio

George Burr Gallery Polly Joubert 31

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Lardiere Gallery & Studio

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Paint Box Gallery

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PKJ Designs Jewelry & Michael Beaster Funiture

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Nicholas Stelter

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8 Calendar of Events 28 Cover Feature: Wence & Sandra Martinez 38 Public Art Galleries 58 Theater / Arts

ALGOMA & STURGEON BAY..............22 JACKSONPORT & EGG HARBOR.......24 BAILEYS HARBOR...............................26 FISH CREEK.........................................32 EPHRAIM..............................................42 SISTER BAY..........................................49 ELLISON BAY........................................53 WASHINGTON ISLAND........................54 INDEX....................................................62

EDITOR HEIDI HODGES LAYOUT/DESIGN MARIE RAYOME-GILL CONTRIBUTOR FAITH FRYKMAN PROJECT MANAGER JACQUELINE CURTIS ADVERTISING CONSULTANTS JUDY STEGER, KATIE VITELA, COREY COLTON, JAKE EVEN PUBLISHED BY DOOR COUNTY MAGAZINE ON THE COVER: Various weavings from the Martinez Studio, with design by Sandra Martinez and weaving by Wence Martinez. The weaving at the top right of the page illustration is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend, along with a 6' x 9' tapestry by Wence of that design. Many of the others are part of private collections. Wence and Sandra are the 2019 Cover Artists of the Door Peninsula Arts Guide.

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Who was the first creative soul? BY HEIDI HODGES I wish I could step back in time and meet the first inspired soul to view the Door County landscape. I’d like to watch as that trailblazing artist saw the landscape as something more than an opportunity to log and farm and fish and utilize. Someone who saw this peninsula not as a means to an end, but as the end itself. I’d want to get up close and see the spark—the moment the forests and shores, the water and wildflowers fed that person’s soul. Maybe the earth stood still for a heartbeat. Or maybe it raged with urgency and passion. It could have been a Woodland Native American. Maybe a European immigrant. Maybe a traveler who stumbled upon this place, trying to get from here to there. It wouldn’t be the last person. The spark ignited a fire, and more artists arrived, roused and inspired. The creative were called by a special “something” that resides on this peninsula. The arts community grew. It was built on the shoulders of luminary potters, painters, poets, singer-songwriters, actors, authors—

people who needed a space to allow their creativity to flow, unfettered. Late artist like potter Abe Cohn and painter Gerhardt Miller were pioneers in the modern arts scene. More followed. The art community grew and thrived. It continues to thrive, welcoming new generations that heed the call. Each stirred by some quality in this unique place, and surrounded by likeminded souls—creative people who set their roots deep in this stubbornly rocky soil. Yes, rocky soil. Let’s be honest, it’s not always easy. While the tourism season has been expanding, it is a peninsula of extremes. Extremely busy during the spring, summer and early autumn, and extremely subdued in the off season. But they persevere. They find a way to deal with strange pace. This place would not be the paradise it is without our artists. That’s why this guide exists—to help you find them. And maybe you’ll stumble upon a work of art that feeds your soul, the way the peninsula feeds our artists.

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1-3 SCRAPBOOK SPECTACULAR. Landmark Resort. 7643 Hillside Rd., Egg Harbor. Time, space and advice on scrapbooking and journaling. www.thelandmarkresort.com. 920-868-5164. 1-3 RIGHT TO LIVE. Third Avenue Playhouse, 239 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Guest artist Habibah Sheikh directs members of the community, students and adults, in an original devised theater piece based on real narratives from refugees. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com. 920-743-1760. 2 MARY WHITE DREAMING OF SPRING. Plum Bottom Gallery, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Featuring paintings and demonstrations by Mary White. Wine and light hors d'oeuvres. Free. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819.

2-3 THE CLEARING FOLK SCHOOL WINTER PROGRAM EXHIBIT. The Clearing, Ellison Bay. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Art, fine crafts, nature studies and projects created during the Winter Program of more than 90 classes will be featured. Free. www.theclearing.org 920-854-4088. 4 THE PLAY'S THE THING. Bjorklunden in Baileys Harbor. Play reading by Peninsula Players. Play TBD. 7 p.m. Free. www.peninsulaplayers.com 920-868-3287. 7 MARITIME SPEAKER SERIES. Door County Maritime Museum. 120 N. Madison St. Sturgeon Bay. Tom Wenstadt speaks on Title XI vessels built in Door County. www.dcmm.org. 920-743-5958. 8 WINE AND CHEESE GALA. Mr. G's Logan Creek Grill, 5890 Hwy 57, Jacksonport. A festive evening featuring locally-crafted wines, cheese. Live music. Proceeds go to scholarships for Southern Door students involved in FFA programs. 6 – 9 p.m. Tickets at www.doorcountywineandcheese.com 920-493-3712.

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14 COMEDY CLUB. Landmark Resort. 7643 Hillside Rd., Egg Harbor. Live comedy performance. Optional buffet dinner. For tickets, www.thelandmarkresort.com. 920-868-5164. 16 FAMILY ART DAY. Peninsula School of Art, 3900 Cty F, Fish Creek. 9 a.m. – noon. Free for families with children ages 3 to 17. Drop in any time for art-making fun. www.peninsulaschoolofart.org. 920-868-3455. 16 ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADE. Downtown Sturgeon Bay. 11 a.m. Celebrate your Irish spirit. www.sturgeonbay.net. 23 JUSTIN FLOM. Southern Door Auditorium, 2073 Cty DK, Brussels. Nationally touring illusionist well-known for YouTube series and television show. Show at 7 p.m. Tickets online at www.sdauditorium.org or 920-493-5979. 27 WHITE GULL INN FOLK CONCERT. 4225 Main St., Fish Creek. Singer-songwriter Susan Gibson. 6 p.m. Optional pre-concert fixed-price dinner, 6 p.m. Concert, 8 p.m. www.whitegullinn.com. 920-868-3517.

APRIL 2019

1 THE PLAY'S THE THING. Bjorklunden in Baileys Harbor. Play reading by Peninsula Players. Play TBD. Free. www.peninsulaplayers.com 920-868-3287. 4 OPENING NIGHT: SHOOTING STAR. Third Avenue Playhouse, 234 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Two former lovers who meet after 25 years while snowed in at an airport. Featuring Amy Ensign and Doug Mancheski. “Pay what you can” preview April 3. Runs through April 20th. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com 920-743-1760. 4 MARITIME SPEAKER SERIES. Door County Maritime Museum. 120 N. Madison St. Sturgeon Bay. Speaker to be announced. www.dcmm.org. 920-743-5958. 6-7 SCRAPBOOK SPECTACULAR. Landmark Resort. 7643 Hillside Rd., Egg Harbor. Time, space and advice on scrapbooking and journaling. www.thelandmarkresort.com. 920-868-5164.

11 COMEDY CLUB. Landmark Resort. 7643 Hillside Rd., Egg Harbor. Live comedy performance. Optional buffet dinner. For tickets, www.thelandmarkresort.com. 920-868-5164. 12, 14 LEAP: A HUMAN KINDNESS PROJECT. Southern Door Community Auditorium, 2073 Cty DK, Brussels. Students from Door County will perform a vibrant production featuring dance, music and the spoken word with multimedia imagery woven together to tell the powerful true-life stories of social injustice, oppression, and our constant struggle with self worth. 7 p.m. Tickets: www.sdauditorim.org. 920-493-5979. 13 THINK SPRING: IKEBANA SHOW OPENING. Plum Bottom Pottery, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Enjoy the art of flower arranging. Wine and hors d'oeuvres. Free. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819. 20 FAMILY ART DAY. Peninsula School of Art, 3900 Cty F, Fish Creek. 9 a.m. - noon. Free for families with children ages 3 to 17. Drop in any time for art-making fun. www.peninsulaschoolofart.org. 920-868-3455.

MAY 2019

1 WHITE GULL INN FOLK CONCERT. 4225 Main St., Fish Creek. Award-winning bluegrass band Mile Twelve. 6 p.m. optional pre-concert fixed-price dinner; 8 p.m. concert. www.whitegullinn.com. 920-868-3517. 3 KING ARTHUR'S QUEST. Southern Door Community Auditorium, 2073 Cty DK, Brussels. A presentation by Missoula Children's Theater featuring local children in grades K-8. $5 tickets at www.sdauditorim.org. 920-825-7311. 3-5 SCRAPBOOK SPECTACULAR. Landmark Resort. 7643 Hillside Rd., Egg Harbor. Time, space and advice on scrapbooking and journaling. www.thelandmarkresort.com. 920-868-5164. 4-5 SELF-GUIDED POTTERY STUDIO TOUR AND SALE. Door County Potters’ Guild Annual Studio Tour and Sale. Potteries of Door County open their doors for this annual celebration of the start of the summer season. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. www.doorcountypottersguild.com.

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calendar 4 STURGEON BAY ROTARY SHIPYARD TOURS. Participating shipyards in Sturgeon Bay. Tickets available at shipyard entry. www.sturgeonbay.net. 920-743-6246. 9 COMEDY CLUB. Landmark Resort. 7643 Hillside Rd., Egg Harbor. Live comedy performance. Optional buffet dinner. For tickets, www.thelandmarkresort.com. 920-868-5164. 15 OPENING NIGHT: THE ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS OF LEONARD PELKEY. Third Avenue Playhouse, 234 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Featuring Alan Kopischke. “Pay what you can” preview May 14. Runs through June 9th. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com 920-743-1760. 18 FAMILY ART DAY. Peninsula School of Art, 3900 Cty F, Fish Creek. 9 a.m. – noon. Free for families with children ages 3 to 17. Drop in any time for art-making fun. www.peninsulaschoolofart.org. 920-868-3455. 18 BLESSING OF THE FLEET FESTIVAL. Throughout Baileys Harbor. Paying tribute to both past and present fishing and maritime industries in Baileys Harbor. Scottie Rally and Annual Parade of Scots. Fish boil, arts & crafts, food, drinks, live music, Range Light tours, and much more. www.baileysharbor.com. 920-493-5878. 18 PLANT SALE. The Garden Door, 4312 Hwy. 42, Sturgeon Bay. Annual Door County Master Gardeners Association plant sale. Annuals and perennials. 8 a.m. – noon. 18-19 SPRING ART CRAWL. Ellison Bay. Explore one-of-a-kind art galleries, shops, and nature trails. Enjoy refreshments and demonstrations while browsing this unique event. Maps are available at all member galleries. Facebook.com/EllisonBayArts. 920-854-4839. 25-26 DOOR COUNTY FESTIVAL OF NATURE. Ridges Sanctuary, 8166 Hwy. 57, Baileys Harbor. A celebration of Door County's natural beauty. Field trips and nature activities for all ages. $25-$90, cost varies based on type and length of field trip. www.ridgessanctuary.org. 920-839-2802.

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1-2 FREE FUN WEEKEND. Throughout Door County. All day entrance to any Wisconsin State Park, forest, trail and recreation area is free. Residents and non residents may fish without a license (other fishing regulations apply.) 7-9 DOOR COUNTY LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL. Throughout Door County. Annual event includes boat excursions and guided land-based tours to all 11 historic Door County lighthouses. Visitors have access to lighthouses that aren't typically open to the public, including Chambers Island, Plum Island and Sherwood Point lighthouses. www.dcmm.org. 920-743-5958. continued on page 12 >>>

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8 GOAT PARADE. Hwy. 42, Downtown Sister Bay. All goats and wanna-be goats are invited to participate. 920-854-3230. 8 PAPER: SHOW OPENING. Plum Bottom Gallery, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeurves. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819. 12 NORTHERN SKY THEATER OPENING NIGHT. Original musicals rotate nightly during summer season that runs through late August. Performing under the stars in Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. 920-854-6117. www.northernskytheater.com. A fall season follows, indoors. 13-16 STEELBRIDGE SONGFEST. Downtown Sturgeon Bay in Sturgeon Bay. The annual Steel Bridge Songfest returns once again to Sturgeon Bay to celebrate preservation through the power of music. Over 150 artists perform all original music at 12+ venues throughout the city. 920-743-5571. www.SteelBridgeSongfest.org. 14 EPHRAIM HERITAGE DAY. Free admission to Ephraim's cultural sites, including the Ephraim Historical Foundation's historical locations, including museums. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. www.ephraim.org. 920-854-9688 . 15 FYR BAL FESTIVAL. Downtown Ephraim in Ephraim. Festival re-creates traditions of early Norwegians celebrating midsummer. Enjoy live music, art and craft show, alpacas and llamas, a raffle, silent auction, regatta, children's activities and arts and crafts. Evening ends with presentation of Fyr Bal Chieftan, bon fires along the shore and fireworks. www.ephraim-doorcounty.com. 920-854-4989. 15 DOOR COUNTY BEER FESTIVAL. Brann Field, 8113 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor. A celebration of craft beer, local food, culinary artisans, and live music on the shores of Door County. For tickets and information: www.doorcountybeerfestival.com. 15 KICK OFF TO SUMMER. Sunset Park, 747 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Activities for children and families; arts and craft stations, kayak demonstrations, music, games. www.sturgeonbaywi.org 920-746-2912.

16 BIRCH CREEK MUSIC CONCERTS OPENING NIGHT. Birch Creek Music Performance Center, County E, Egg Harbor. Season includes percussion, symphony and jazz. Concerts run through mid August. www.birchcreek.org. 920-868-3763. 18 PENINSULA PLAYERS OPENING NIGHT. Fish Creek. America's oldest summer theater company returns to its waterfront “Theater in a Garden” with a varied collection of plays. For information on current productions that run through mid October. www.peninsulaplayers.com. 920-868-3287. 19 OPENING NIGHT, DOOR SHAKESPEARE. Bjorklunden Garden, 750 Boynton Lane, Baileys Harbor. Presenting Henry V and Merry Wives of Windsor. Season runs through August 24. www.doorshakespeare.com 920-839-1500. 21 EGGY CHALK ART CONTEST. Kress Pavilion, 7845 Church St., Egg Harbor. Open to all. Entrants can be individuals or groups. Coloring in the sidewalk squares around pavilion. www.eggharbordoorcounty.org. 920-868-3717. 22 DOOR COUNTY WINE FEST. Sunset Park, 747 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Enjoy unlimited tasting of award-winning wines. Food available. Live music. Tickets required. www.doorcountywinetrail.com. 22 OPEN DOOR PRIDE. Martin Park, 207 S. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Celebrating the LGBTQ+ community in Door County. Live music, vendors, food, beverages. Family friends. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. www.opendoorpride.org. 22 UNCORK SUMMER. Wickman House, 11976 Mink River Road, Ellison Bay. Enjoy small-plate, gourmet dishes from restaurants throughout Door County, as well as samplings from local markets, wineries, and distilleries. Well-known local acoustic musicians will perform live throughout the day. www.uncorksummer.com. 920-854-3305. 22 FIBER: SHOW OPENING. Plum Bottom Gallery, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeurves. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819. continued on page 14 >>>

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23 PADDLEFEST. Waterfront Park, Sister Bay. Test out new kayaks and stand up paddle boards. Yoga, disc gold tournament, volleyball. 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. www.cometosisterbay.com. 920-854-7598. 26 OPENING NIGHT: THE DIG. Third Avenue Playhouse, 234 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. A sister tries to protect her brilliant schizophrenic brother from the outside world. “Pay what you can” preview June 26th. Runs through July 20. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com 920-743-1760. 29-30 DC RENAISSANCE FAIRE. 5226 Monument Point Rd., Egg Harbor. Encounter magic, juggling, music, jousting, dragons, unicorns, fairies, knights, pirates and the King and Queen. Merchants, food. Admission fee. www.dcrenfaire.com.

JULY 2019

3-7 FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS. Various celebrations, parades, live music, music, arts and crafts, fireworks at different locations throughout Door County from Rock Island to Maplewood, including Fish Creek, Egg Harbor, Baileys Harbor, Washington Island and Gills Rock. 6-7 DC RENAISSANCE FAIRE. 5226 Monument Point Rd., Egg Harbor. (See above.) www.dcrenfaire.com. 6 ROOT BEER FESTIVAL. Heritage Village at Big Creek. 2041 Michigan St. Sturgeon Bay. Families celebrate everything root beer. Sampling tickets, food and floats available for purchase. 920-421-2332. 7 FFA ALUMNI DAIRY BREAKFAST. Country View Farms, 5706 N. Country View Rd, Sturgeon Bay. Farm fresh, all-you-can-eat breakfast. Music, hayrides, petting zoo and more. Rain or shine. 6 – 11:30 a.m. 10-14 DOOR COUNTY FOLK FESTIVAL Throughout Baileys Harbor. Celebrating ethnic folk dancing and music from many countries. Dance and music workshops, parties, concerts, childrens' program, fish boil dinner and much more. www.dcff.net. 847-846-8139.

11-14 ART, CRAFT and AMISH QUILT SALE. Mr. G's Fernwood Gardens, Jacksonport. 5980 Hwy. 57. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. www.jacksonportcraftcottage.com. 920-823-2288. 13 THE GARDEN DOOR OPEN HOUSE. UW Peninsular Research Station Hwy. 42 in Sturgeon Bay. Featuring free garden-related programs. 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. www.dcmga.org. 920-743-5406. 13 PLUM BOTTOM GALLERY'S ANNUAL ART GALA. 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. New art from a wide selection of artists. Serving heavy hors d'oeuvres and libations. 3-7 p.m. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819. 13-14 BELGIAN DAYS. Brussels Town Park. Music, parade, food and beverages. 16 OLD FASHIONED ICE CREAM SOCIAL. The Clearing. 12171 Garrett Bay Rd., Ellison Bay. Enjoy ice Cream Factory ice cream with fixings. Free and open to the public. www.theclearing.org. 920-854-4088. 19-21 LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. Southern Door Auditorium. 2073 Cty. DK, Brussels. Community musical, 7 p.m. www.southerndoorauditorium.org. 920-493-5979. 20 CHERRY DE-LITE FESTIVAL. Country Ovens. 229 E. Main St. Forestville. Fun-filled day with kids activities, food, product samples and more. www.countryovens.com 800-544-1003. 20 CHERRY FETIVAL. Seaquist Orchards, 11482 Hwy 42 Sister Bay. Make your own cherry pie, children's games, food, live music. www.seaquistorchards.com. 920-854-4199. 20 SUMMER HARVEST CHERRY FEST. Lautenbach's Orchard Country Winery and Market. 9197 Hwy. 42, Fish Creek. Complimentary wine and food tasting, cherry-picking, tours, live music and more. www.orchardcountry.com. 920-868-3479. 21-27 PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL. Throughout Door County. A combination of free and ticketed events. Artists have six days to paint Door County. Collector's preview party and Gala Auction. www.doorcountypleinair.com. 920-868-3455.

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July 29 – Aug. 9 WASHINGTON ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL. (See above) July 31 – Aug. 4 DOOR COUNTY FAIR. (See above)

3 CHERRY FEST. Lakeside Park, Jacksonport. Historical display, car show, fine arts & crafts, food, music. www.jacksonport.net. 920-823-2288. 3 SCANDINAVIAN DANCE FESTIVAL. Throughout Washington Island. Over a hundred costumed dancers of all ages perform in the evening. www.washingtonisland-wi.com 920-847-2179. 3-17 ART AND TREASURES SALE. Miller Art Museum, 107 S. 4th Ave., Sturgeon Bay. Unique items, donated by museum members, artists and businesses, at bargain prices. www.millerartmuseum.org. 920-746-0707. 10 PAINTED DOOR COUNTY: SHOW OPENING. Plum Bottom Gallery. 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeurves. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819. 6-24 PENINSULA MUSIC FESTIVAL. Door Community Auditorium, Fish Creek. A professional symphony orchestra presenting nine concerts in three weeks. Professional musicians come from all over the world to be part of this annual festival. www.musicfestival.com. 920-854-4060. 9 UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND. Southern Door Auditorium. 2073 Cty. DK, Brussels. USCG Band celebrates maritime Week in Door County with free community concert. www.southerndoorauditorium.org. 920-493-5979. 10-11 CLASSIC & WOODEN BOAT FESTIVAL. Door County Maritime Museum, Sturgeon Bay. The entire family can take in beautiful classic and wooden boats, the two-person team boat building/racing Sikaflex event, and a unique display of "Paint the Bay" plein air creations and more. www.dcmm.org. 920-743-5958. 10 MARITIME ON MADISON. West Side of Sturgeon Bay. Family-friendly day of live entertainment, food, childrens activities. In partnership with Door County Maritime Museum and the Wooden Boat Festival. www.sturgeonbay.net. 920-743-6246.

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10 DOOR COUNTY FESTIVAL OF FINE ARTS. Waterfront Park in Sister Bay. Featuring demonstrations and artwork for sale by Door County's finest artists, live musical performances, hands-on art activities for all ages. www.cometosisterbay.com. 920-854-3230. 10 DOOR COUNTY SPORTS AND CLASSIC CAR SHOW. Harborview Park, 7809 Hwy. 42, Egg Harbor. Judging events, live music. www.eggharbordoorcounty.org. 920-868-3717. 10 GERMAN FESTIVAL. Heritage Village at Big Creek. 2041 Michigan St. Sturgeon Bay. Exhibits of German steins, Hummel figurines and nutcrackers. Dress for occasion. www.doorcountyhistoricalsociety.org. 920-421-2332. 16-18 THRESHEREE & ANTIQUE MACHINERY SHOW. 5005 Country View Dr. Valmy WI. Live music, tractor pulls, barn dance food. www.valmythresheree.org. 920-743-4859. 17 JEWELRY SHOW. Plum Bottom Gallery, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. Featuring artist Angela Olson Luberger. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeurves. Free. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819.

19 ADULT BAND CAMP CONCERT. Birch Creek Music Performance Center, 3821 Cty. E, Egg harbor. 2 p.m. Concert. www.birchcreek.org. 920-868-3763. 24 BLUES ON THE BAY. Ellison Bay Community Park. 11953 Hwy. 42. Featuring blues artists. Bring your own chair or blanket. 3 – 9 p.m. 24 DEATHS DOOR BBQ. Washington Island Airport. Annual BBQ competition with 100% certified judges and thousands in prize money. www.deathsdoorbbq.com. 920-535-0504. Aug. 30 – Sept. 2 QUILT SHOW. Harbor Ridge Winery, Egg Harbor. Annual event featuring 200 unique quilts. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Closing early on Monday. Free admission. www.harborridgewinery.com. 920-868-4321. Aug. 31 – Sept. 1 GILLS ROCK ART FEST. Gills Rock Coffee. 12625 Hwy. 42. Twenty artists showcase their work, demonstrations. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Aug. 31 – Sept. 1 MARINA FEST. Live entertainment and music, food & drinks, classic boats, fireworks. www.sisterbaymarina.com. 920-854-4118.

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1 BELGIAN KERMISS. Brussels Town Park. 1366 Junction Road. Celebrate harvest with live music, food, kids games. 920-825-7555. Aug. 30 – Sept. 2 QUILT SHOW. Harbor Ridge Winery, Egg Harbor. (See above) 4-7 BoomeRaging: From LSD to OMG w/Will DURST. Third Avenue Playhouse, 234 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Comedian Will Durst returns with his tribute to the history, growth, joys, achievements and looming terrors of the Baby Boom generation in today's youth-obsessed society. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com 920-743-1760. 7 VINTAGE DAY. Heritage Village at Big Creek. 2041 Michigan St. Sturgeon Bay. Picnic dinner, live music, programs, demonstrations, food, surrounded by Model A Fords. 920-421-2332 for tickets. continued on page 18 >>>

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7 CORN FEST. Schopf's Dairy View Country Store. County I, Carlsville. Featuring a 20-acre Corn Maze, children's games, bakery items, food, raffle, silent auction, plus corn and pie eating contests. Proceeds benefit Sunshine House. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 920-743-7943. 12 OPENING NIGHT: TOMFOOLERY. Third Avenue Playhouse, 234 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. A collection of songs by Tom Lehrer, a math professor who delighted millions during the '50s and 60s with his dry, cynical but good-humored attacks on racism, pollution, pornography and...mathematics. “Pay what you can” preview September 11th. Runs through October 20. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com 920-743-1760. 14 EGG HARBOR ALE FEST. Harborview Park, 7809 Hwy. 42. Egg Harbor. Enjoy unlimited sampling of more than 40 brewers and 120 different craft beers, live music, free trolley shuttle service, and more. Tickets required. www.eggharboralefest.com. 14 BARN DOOR FLEA & VINTAGE DAY. Liberty Grove Historical Museum Site. 11871 Hwy. 42. Ellison Bay. Outdoor flea market of vintage items. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. www.libertygrovehistorical.org. 920-839-5022. 15 WILDLIFE BIENNIAL XIX SHOW OPENING. Miller Art Museum, 107 S. 4th Ave. Stureon Bay. 5 – 6:30 p.m. www.millerartmuseum.org. 920-746-0707. 19-22 WASHINGTON ISLAND LITERARY FESTIVAL. Trueblood Performing Arts Center in Washington Island. For those who love to read,and those who wish to write. This year's theme will be "Generational." www.washingtonislandliteraryfestival.org. 21 FAMILY ART DAY. Peninsula Art School, Fish Creek. Open to all families with children ages 3 to 17. No registration necessary. Free. www.peninsulaschoolofart.org. 920-868-3455. 21 FALL HARVEST FEST. Lautenbach's Orchard County Winery & Market. 9179 Hwy. 42, Fish Creek. Live music, food and wine tasting and harvest-related events. 920-868-3479.

21-22 AUTUMN FEST & CLASSIC AUTO SHOW. Baileys Harbor Town Hall, 2392 Cty. F. Live music, food, art fair. Free admission. www.baileysharbor.com. 920-839-2366. 21 HARVEST FESTIVAL, CAR SHOW AND STREET ART AUCTION. Throughout Sturgeon Bay. Classic car show, craft show, food booths, childrens activites and live entertainment. Street art auction at 5:30. www.sturgeonbay.net. 920-743-6246. 28 EPIC DOOR COUNTY TREASURE HUNT. Throughout Door County. A day of discovery, prizes and adventure. Maps, clues, prizes and celebration dinner. www.doorcountytreasurehunt.com. 920-868-1457. 26 ARTrageous BENEFIT. Hidden Acres Farm, 11141 Beach Road, Sister Bay. A showcase event designed to sell artwork by recognized women artists of Door County. Event begins at 2 p.m. Sale begins at 4 p.m. Refreshments and entertainment. A portion of the sale will benefit the Women's Fund of Door County. $5 admission. 920-746-1786 www.womensfunddoorcounty.org. 28 FROM THE LAND: SHOW OPENING. Plum Bottom Gallery, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeurves. Free. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819.

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1 CARLSVILLE GOES PINK. Throughout Carlsville, Hyw 42. Charity event for Door Cancer. Pink pumpkins galore. www.carlsvilledoorcounty.com. 920-743-2228. 5 SEAQUIST ORCHARD APPLE FESTIVAL. 11482 Hwy. 42, Sister Bay. Apple launching, pumpkin painting, mazes, live music. 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. www.seaquistorchards.com. 920-854-4199. 10-13 ART, CRAFT and AMISH QUILT SALE. Mr. G's Logan Creek Grille, 5890 Hwy. 57 Jacksonport. View or purchase original hand-made Amish quilts and other crafts. www.jacksonportcraftcottage.com. 920-823-2288.

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calendar 11-13 TOWNLINE ART FAIR. Fine Line Designs Gallery, 10376 Hwy. 42, Ephraim. Display and sale of visual arts and crafts. Featuring professional juried artists from across the Midwest. www.finelinedesignsgallery.com. 920-854-4343. 12 APPLE DAY. Heritage Village at Big Creek. 2041 Michigan St. Sturgeon Bay. Learn about history of apples, and enjoy a variety of apple treats. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. 920-421-2332. 12 IRON POUR BENEFIT. Peninsula School of Art. 3900 Cty. F, Fish Creek. Benefit for community art education programs at PSA. Live music food, refreshments. Create a 5” x 5” iron tile. 4 – 8 p.m. Tickets info at www.peninsulaschoolorart.org. 920-868-3455. 12-13 FALL FUN FEST & CIDER PRESSING PARTY. Washington Island Farm Museum. Bring your own apples or buy a bucket to press into a gallon of cider. There will be entertainment, wagon rides, dip your own caramel apples on the spot, brats, chili, hot and cold fresh pressed cider. Kids old fashioned games on Saturday at 1 p.m. www.washingtonisland-wi.com. 920-847-2179. 12-13 FALL LIGHTHOUSE TOURS. Throughout Door County. www.dcmm.org. 920-743-5958. 12-13 JEWLERY: SHOW OPENING. Plum Bottom Gallery, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. Annual celebration of gallery's jewelry artists. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeurves. Free. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819. 12-13 PUMPKIN PATCH FEST. Throughout Egg Harbor. Carnival rides, art fair, silent auction, live music, scarecrow and pumpkin displays, food. www.eggharbordoorcounty.org. 920-868-3717. 18-20 SISTER BAY FALL FEST. Throughout Sister Bay. End-of-season bash. Parade, live music, street food, art fair, auto show, children's activities. www.cometosisterbay.com. 19-20 FALL ART CRAWL. Throughout Ellison Bay. Explore one-of-a-kind art galleries, shops, and nature trails. Enjoy refreshments and demonstrations while browsing this unique event. Maps are available at all member galleries. www.ellisonbayarts.com. 920-854-4839.

25-26 DARK SONGS. Third Avenue Playhouse, Sturgeon Bay. Songwriters perform after a full week of writing and recording new original collaborative material in the spirit of the "dark" holidays of late autumn. For performance locations and times: www.holidaymusicmotel.com. 920-743-5571. 25-27 JACK 'O LANTERN DAYS. Throughout Fish Creek. Mask making, pumpkin carving, Halloween parade, costume parties for kids, adults and dogs. www.visitvishcreek.com. 920-868-2316. 26 FAMILY ART DAY. Peninsula Art School, Fish Creek. Open to all families with children ages 3 to 17. Featuring mask-making for Fish Creek's Jack 'o Lantern Days. No registration necessary. Free. www.peninsulaschoolofart.org. 920-868-3455. 26 THRILLS ON THIRD AVENUE. Sturgeon Bay. Pumpkin painting, costume parade and contest, haunted house, carnival games. www.sturgeonbay.net. 920-743-6246.

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22-24 CHRISTMAS BY THE BAY. Throughout Sturgeon Bay. Tree lighting ceremony Friday evening. Holiday parade Saturday. Carriage and trolley rides. Santa at Door County Historical Museum. Sunday Brunch with Santa at Stone Harbor. www.sturgeonbay.net. 920-743-6246. 22-24 STURGEON BAY ARTS CRAWL. Throughout Sturgeon Bay. Over 20 artists open their homes, studios and galleries in Sturgeon Bay. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Each day. Kick off party November 22, 5 – 7 p.m. www.sturgeonbayartcrawl.com. 28 THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE. Jacksonport. Eclectic holiday parade begins at 10:30 a.m. www.jacksonport.net. 29-30 CAPTURE THE SPIRIT. Throughout Sister Bay. Santa Claus, extended shopping hours, art fair, cookie decorating for kids. 29-30 HOLLY DAYS. Throughout Egg Harbor. Old-fashioned winter weekend. Breakfast with Santa, elf hunt for children, tree lighting, caroling, horse-drawn wagon rides. www.eggharbordoorcounty.org. 920-868-3717.

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7 ADVENTure. Ephraim Moravian Church in Ephraim. Display of creches from around the world, enjoy refreshments, learn how to make Moravian stars and Moravian Christmas Eve beeswax candles. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. www.ephraimmoravian.org. 920-854-2804. 7 MERRY-TIME FUN KIDS DAY. Door County Maritime Museum, 120 Madison St. Sturgeon Bay. Kids events and Santa on the Tug. www.dcmm.org. 920-743-5958. 7-8 ORNAMENTS: SHOW OPENING. Plum Bottom Gallery. 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. Christmas ornaments. 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeurves. www.plumbottomgallery.com. 920-743-2819. 7 EPHRAIM'S CHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE. 9996 Hwy. 42. Fun family crafts, sing alongs, carols, sweets sale, Santa, horse-drawn wagon rides, tree lighting. www.ephraim-doorcounty.com. 920-854-4989. 7 HARBOR HOLIDAY. Throughout Baileys Harbor. Arts and crafts, cookies, hot chocolate, Santa an a firetruck in parade, tree lighting. www.baileysharbor.com. 920-839-2366.

10 CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE. Throughout Carlsville. Food and wine tasting, shopping and other holiday specials. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. www.carlsvilledoorcounty.com. 920-743-2228. 10 JINGLE, JINGLE, MIX & MINGLE. Door County Maritime Museum, 120 Madison St. Sturgeon Bay. Horsdoeuvres buffett, live auction and Merry-Time Festival of Trees raffle drawing. 5:30 p.m. www.dcmm.org. 920-743-5958 for tickets and reservations. 12-13 HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE. The Clearing, 12171 Garrett Bay Rd. Ellison Bay. Holiday treats and student art. Fresh, indoor “Christmas forest.” www.theclearing.org. 920-854-4088. 14 A NATURAL CHRISTMAS. Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor. Toast marshmallows around the campfire, take a trip to the lantern room of the Range Lights or hike through the twilight forest. Live traditional music. Wreath making workshops and simple crafts. www.ridgessanctuary.org 920-839-2802. 18 THIRD AVENUE PLAYHOUSE OPENING NIGHT. Third Avenue Playhouse, 234 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay. Play TBD. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com 920-743-1760. 21 FAMILY ART DAY. Peninsula School of Art, Fish Creek. Free for families with children ages 3 to 17. www.peninsulaschoolofart.org. 920-868-3455. 26-31 HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Old Gibraltar Town Hall in Fish Creek. The holidays are a time for reunion. This winter, reunite with Northern Sky Theater performers for an evening of songs of the season, holiday humor and a good old-fashioned sing-along. For 2019 dates and times: www.northernskytheater.com. 920-854-6117. 31 NEW YEARS EVE FIREWORKS AND CHERRY DROP. Throughout Sister Bay. Ring in 2020 with county's only fireworks display. Ice skating, bon fires, midnight cherry drop. www.cometosisterbay.com. 920-854-3230.

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AE5977 Fremont Rd., Algoma. Visit international artist Bren Sibilsky’s cozy studio/gallery and enjoy original, hand-sculpted artwork in bronze, bonded bronze, porcelain and clay. Open May-September, Fri through Mon, noon-5, or call 920-487-4200 for an appointment. Visit www.brensculpture.com for 2019 class schedule. SEE AD ON PAGE 3

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ROBERT RAY GALLERY

520 Parkway Street, Algoma. Robert Ray Gallery is a new exciting fine art exhibition space located next to the marina on Parkway Street in Algoma. Artists include Aaron Bohrod, Alicia Czechowski, Patrick Farrell, Bill Jauquet, Bren Sibilsky and John Wilde. Visitors can enjoy views of the neighboring iconic red pierhead lighthouse and Heritage Park. Hours: May to Oct are Thu & Fri 12 - 5, Sat 11 - 5, and Sun 1 - 5. Nov to Apr weekends only. 920-495-6677. More info on our facebook page.

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POPELKA TRENCHARD GLASS

107 S 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay. A year-round public art museum in a beautiful, comfortable setting featuring changing exhibits and a stunning collection of 20th c. Wisconsin art, including the work of nationally lauded artist Gerhard Miller. Exhibit specific programs, demos and lectures, tours, kids’ activities and a museum store! Free admission and parking. Fully accessible. Open Mon-Sat, closed Sun. Located downtown in the Sturgeon Bay Library. www.MillerArtMuseum.org

64 S 2nd Ave, Sturgeon Bay. Meet the artists and see how it’s made. For over 18 years, this downtown contemporary gallery/studio shows the fine art glass and oil paintings of nationally known artists Stephanie Trenchard and Jeremy Popelka. Blowing demonstrations and classes are listed on our website. Open daily May-Oct. Limited winter hours. 920-743-7287; www.PopelkaGlass.com SEE AD ON PAGE 17

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LILY BAY POTTERY

3450 N Lake Michigan Dr, Sturgeon Bay. Hand built studio gallery and gardens on Lake Michigan. Pottery is thoughtfully designed by Linda Sheard. Stoneware clay covered with wood ash glazes fired in a gas reduction kiln make each piece unique. Open 10-5, Tue-Sat, mid-May thru Oct. 920-412-4872 www.LilyBayPottery.com SEE AD ON PAGE 13

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IDEA GALLERY

Idea Gallery is a visionary gallery of contemporary art showcasing the work of nationally recognized artists in all media. The acclaimed gallery is located in the middle of the peninsula amongst the beautiful countryside of West Jacksonport. Traveling east from Hwy. 42, the gallery is just a short drive on Plum Bottom Rd., (2 miles past Plum Bottom Pottery) or from Hwy. 57 out of Jacksonport, take Cty. Rd. V. Either route meets at the intersection of Cty. Rd T. where you'll find the unique and distinctive gallery next to Bley's Tavern. Open daily 11-5 pm, May-October and Dec. 11-4 pm or year-round by appointment. 920-655-1340 Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @ ideagallerydoorcounty. You can view new work throughout the year on our website: ideagalleryart.com

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ANGELA LENSCH GALLERY

7653 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. Featuring the unique, hand-woven, gold and silver jewelry of owner and resident jewelry artist, Angela Lensch, in her turn-of-the-century log cabin. The gallery also features an exceptional collection of fine art made by local and regional artists. Featuring a new collection of outdoor kinetic copper sculptures by Dave Riemer. Open May-Oct, 10-5 Closed Wednesdays. 563-380-5358; www.AngelaLensch.com

Music Performance Center

2019 Summer Concerts

Over 30 music concerts featuring Birch Creek’s faculty of nationally renowned and 8 internationally acclaimed professional Music Performance Center musicians. Advanced 2019 Summer Concerts Over 30 music concerts featuring music students Birch Creek’s July 3 - 13 July 17 - 27 faculty ofalongside nationally perform renowned and July 31 - Aug 10 internationally June 20 - 29 the faculty for acclaimed professional pieces and musicians. Advanced FAll Concert Series september - december selected music students pre-show music in July 17 - 27 July 3 - 13 perform alongside July 31 - Aug 10 June 20 - 29 the faculty for the gazebo. birchcreek.org/tickets FAll Concert Series september - december selected pieces and SEE AD ON PAGE 23

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Off the Wheel Pottery

3 miles east of Egg Harbor on County E. 3821 Cty E, PO Box 230, Egg Harbor WI 54209 920-868-3763; www.birchcreek.org; mainoffice@birchcreek.org Birch Creek is Door County’s unique summer music education venue offering public concerts in an historic performance barn from June 20-August 10. Nationally and internationally renowned professional musicians are featured in Percussion & Steel Band, Symphony and Big Band Jazz performances starting at 7:30 PM, with student prelude music at 7:00 PM. Adult Band Camp in mid-August and Fall Concert Series in September-October. Annual Christmas and Valentine’s concerts. Office Hours: In-Season Mon-Fri 9:00 AM–5:00 PM, Saturday 2:00 PM–8:00 PM; Off-Season Mon-Thur 9:00 AM–4:00 PM, Fri 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM. SEE AD ON PAGE 24

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CAPPAERT CONTEMPORARY GALLERY

7901 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor. A Beautiful gallery housed in a turn of the century log home with sunset water views as you stroll the garden path and sculpture garden. Featuring paintings by resident artist, Ginnie Cappaert, and take a sneak peek into her log studio in the garden to view works in progress. The gallery also showcases contemporary works of art in ceramic, glass, sculpture, mixed media and jewelry by other fabulous artists. Open daily at 10 a.m. May- Oct. 920-868-3987 www.cappaertcontemporary.com SEE AD ON PAGE 27

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OFF THE WHEEL POTTERY

4234 County E. Egg Harbor (1.3 miles east of Hwy 42) Resident potter, Renee Schwaller, invites you to enjoy handcrafted functional and decorative work in her historic timber framed barn, granary and working studio. Featuring pottery, sculpture, glass and jewelry by over twenty five artists. Open May-Oct, 10-4:30 pm; closed Sun. 920-868-9608. www.offthewheelpottery.com SEE AD ON PAGE 25

Reneé Schwaller RESIDENT POTTER

Beautifully Handcrafted Pottery and Fine Art Offering original art work by twenty five artists

4234 Cty. E, Egg Harbor, WI 920.868.9608

www.offthewheelpottery.com 1.3 miles east of the village

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PLUM BOTTOM GALLERY

4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor. Artist-made jewelry, paintings, sculpture and pottery from over 50 nationally collected artists. Specializing in the newest work of resident porcelain artist Chad Luberger and jewelry artist Angela Olson-Luberger. Explore perennial gardens and beautiful art at this Door County art destination. Come to Plum Bottom and Experience Art, Finely Crafted. May-Oct open daily 10-5; Nov-Apr open Fri-Tue 10-4. 920-743-2819 www.PlumBottomGallery.com SEE AD ON PAGE 72

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WOODWALK GALLERY AND EVENTS

6746 County Rd G, Egg Harbor, WI 54209 5 miles south of Egg Harbor just off Hwy 42. 920-629-4877 www.woodwalkgallery.com magic@woodwalkgallery.com Woodwalk Gallery is a unique mix of evocative art in a scenic historic barn setting. Over 70 artists captivate the imagination with

painting, metalwork, wood, glass, jewelry, furniture and more. Enjoy the colorful gardens, outdoor art, trails and serenity. Jeanne Kuhns Friday Night Concerts, Midsummer Music Festival. Wedding and Event Use. Open daily 10am-5pm, Saturday 10-3 May-Oct. Open Fri-Sun 11-4 Nov or by appointment. SEE AD ON INSIDE BACK COVER

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DOOR SHAKESPEARE

7590 Boynton Lane, Baileys Harbor On the banks of Lake Michigan, in a magical garden called Björklunden, people of all ages gather to enjoy William Shakespeare’s plays. From June – August 2019, some of the finest of professional actors will entertain with Henry V and The Merry Wives of Windsor. Family and supplemental programming offered. 920-839-1500 or www.doorshakepeare.com SEE AD ON PAGE 5

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Wence Martinez at his studio in Teotitlan de Valle, Mexico.

Wence and Sandra Martinez: Martinez Studio STORY & PHOTOS BY HEIDI HODGES

Sometimes the planets and moons, the yarn and the looms, all line up perfectly.

It’s sort of a “Hey! You got chocolate on my peanut butter! You got peanut butter on my chocolate” situation—but substitute design and weaving in place of sugary sweets.

During a recent interview, artist Sandra Martinez tries to explain how it all came to be. But time is short. Weaver Wence Martinez is preparing to leave for Oaxaca, Mexico, that very night. The interview is squeezed in. They’ve told the story before. Probably hundreds of times. But it’s still remarkable, and bears retelling. Sandra was living in Chicago after having graduated from UW-Green Bay. She worked a regular job, but continued in her art.

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Wence & Sandra Martinez She explained she was creating forms and figures that, while not actually derivative of anything specific, had a feeling of primitive art, like petroglyphs. It was something that welled deep inside. She had pursued ceramics through half her college career (at UWGB), she explained, then “these drawings” pulled her in a different direction during the other half. “I had a mentor who didn’t discourage it,” she said. “He told me ‘If this speaks to you...’” It did. Two of Sandra’s friends, Kathy Navis and Diane Magolan, suggested her figure drawings might look interesting if they were woven. They had recently been to Oaxaca and visited the famed nearby weaving village of Teotitlan de Valle where almost 90 percent of the population weaves. So she sent one of her pieces of art to the village. “Six months later, this weaving comes, with intricate curves that the weaver just nailed.” Sandra was so taken with the resulting weaving, she visited Oaxaca herself. “I went looking for the exact person who did it. And...it was Wence.” “He had been working in Oaxaca with fine artists,” said Sandra. “My drawing had been shopped around to weavers and nobody wanted to do it,” she explained, until it was given to Wence. “I found it to be refreshing,” Wence said. He explained that he had been working on a large piece that was very detailed. But his brother approached him and said, “I have this (drawing)...do you want to do it?” “And I said, ‘Yes!’” So he took a break from the larger, more detailed piece to work on Sandra’s challenging design. He remembers the day well, when Sandra and her friends arrived, unannounced, to the village. She was fresh off the plane and all the overland travel, when she arrived at the village. She and her two friends went knocking on the door of Wence’s family’s home. He was just about to leave, he explained, only moments from stepping out. His mother answered the door, and called out “Wence! Where are you! There are three beautiful girls

Wence Martinez works on a commissioned weaving while wintering at his home and studio in Teotitlan, Mexico.

looking for you!” “Not many people have photos of the first moment they met,” said Wence. Someone had taken pictures, and the moment was preserved. “I pulled out 14 new designs,” said Sandra. “And told him I didn’t have any money, so... go slow.” Once back in Chicago, she shopped the resulting weaving around. Then, a stroke of luck. The Convergence International Textile Conference was being held in Chicago that year. “I found backing to bring Wence, and to show our work,” Sandra said. But, the event was in six months, and they needed more work. So, with the new urgency, she told him to step up the timeline. That was 1988. Sandra spent that following winter in Oaxaca. Over the years, their collaboration grew. They married in 1992 and in 1994, opened their first gallery together in Door County, in a chicken coop at the Fieldstone Gallery north of Jacksonport. Then, in 2000, they found their current home and gallery, the Martinez Studio, on Hwy. 57, just south of Jacksonport. A lot has happened since then, but perhaps the most remarkable affirmation of their continued on page 30 >>>

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artistic journey was learning they had won the 2018 United States Artist Fellowship Award. It was an honor they were nominated for anonymously, along with other luminaries in the arts from throughout the nation. The privately-funded granting organization recognizes “the most compelling artists working and living in the United States.” WENCE Wence started weaving in his Oaxacan village at an early age, while also working as a shepherd. Today, he owns a second home near the base of the small mountain where he once led sheep. At age 14, he received a scholarship to study at the National Institute of Tapestry in Mexico City where he learned from a master weaver from France who taught gobelins—a French style of tapestry. He learned the basics from his grandfather and father in Oaxaca, he explained, and the finer style of weaving in Mexico City. “(Gobelins) is a more fine kind of weaving. Weaving as fine art, not traditional patterns,” Sandra said. Wence also learned how to dye his own wool. He continues that practice, using Aniline dyes from Switzerland and vegetable dyes he creates, using natural materials like indigo, cochineal, pomegranate, pecan shells and goldenrod. While in Oaxaca, he forages

for traditional plants and lichens that produce earthy colors. He never bleaches the wool, so his yarns have a natural tonal variety. “That is something we are known for,” Sandra explained. “We hear from collectors that it is a soothing element in the home. You can tell it is hand spun, and line by line, there are tonal differences.” Wence returns frequently to his village, training his weavers, most notably working with his daughter and son-in-law who, for the past five years, have been weaving for the Martinez Studio full time. This past winter, Wence traveled to Oaxaca once again to work and teach there. SANDRA Sandra creates her distinctive work, some to be woven, some framed as paintings, some developed into her latest sculptures. Her artist’s space on the upper floor of the gallery is filled with pieces in progress. Her path to becoming a full-time artist took a few twists, including working as an arts administrator in Minneapolis at one time and doing odd jobs in Door County—along with Wence—as their gallery presence grew. It was all helpful in the long run, she said. “A lot of things led me down the path of not being afraid of the business end and to be creative about it,” she said.

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Wence & Sandra Martinez Her art strikes a deep chord—it harkens to something primitive. It feels somehow “familiar,” but, she explains, “It’s not lifted from another culture. It’s in my head. But it is influenced by ancient mark-making. ” “‘Symbol’ communicates in non-specific and specific ways,” she said. She described her process. “It’s a stream of consciousness kind of drawing. Just an outflow of my own heart, I suppose,” she said, describing her work. With the pieces that are meant to be woven, “They start out small. We see if it (the image) will adapt well to weaving,” she said. “Wence is the colorist, dying all the wool, and deciding where details could be added, elegantly—considerations that only a weaver could weigh in on.” MARTINEZ STUDIO Sandra and Wence were both 28 when they met. “It’s that classic time when you start to recognize what you want to do and be,” said Sandra. ‘To have a partner who has that same dedication and same level of joy...the perfect storm. There is so much extra energy when we feed each other.” Together their collaboration has received a lot of attention. Their biggest collector of their work has 35 pieces, Sandra said. They have two pieces in the Smithsonian and others in the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago and the Museum of Wisconsin Art. The Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay has one of Sandra’s paintings and a weaving Wence’s daughter did of it. That local and national presence “did not feel feasible,” Sandra said, until seven years ago when friends and clients suggested they get their work outside Door County. It wasn’t long before the Smithsonian and other arts organizations became aware of what they were doing. They started entering juried shows, and won awards. Then, last year they learned they had won the major fellowship from United States Artists Fellowship. “It’s like mini MacArthur Fellowship,” Sandra explained, still in awe of the recognition. Once they learned of the nomination, the artists were given time to provide supporting materials. “The writing alone took me a month,” said Sandra. “It was very daunting. I

In their studio's upper level work space, Sandra Martinez spreads out a design she created that will be used in an upcoming weaving.

had a lot of help.” It took six additional months to learn the results. While the award is certainly nice, the more important aspect is the recognition, Sandra said. “When the real gate keepers in the field become aware of what artists are doing. When you get the nod...” Because, as Sandra points out, there is a lot of weaving in the world. To be singled out is a very big honor.. “We’ve had a 30-year collaboration that has been so fruitful.” Part of their success has been their persistence, said Wence. And their location in Door County. “The county attracts so many people, and you never know who it is,” he said. He explained that a few well-known people have walked through the Martinez Studio doors. That’s because “(well-known people) can be incognito here. You don’t have to wear professional masks and shields you would normally would.” And yet, conversely, local artists are often noticed in the county—revered, even. “People do recognize me and the artwork we make,” said Wence.”I feel very much at home here after 30 years in the community.” “In some small way, we are cultural ambassadors,” said Sandra. “Wence may be the first Mexican...they respect,” she said, carefully. “Loving bridges get built through the artwork.”

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ART OF DOOR COUNTY

4199 Main Street -Founders Square-Fish Creek. A Door County art gallery featuring local artists and scenes of familiar landmarks and favorite icons of the peninsula. Maps, vintage postcards and nautical charts of the surrounding lakes and islands, framed and unframed. Wood charts, trays and clocks of Great Lakes and Lake Michigan. Local woodland watercolors, detailed oil paintings and photographs, cards, and ship models. 920-868-1008

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COTTAGE ROW FRAMING & GALLERY

9197 Hwy 42, one-half mile south of Fish Creek in the big red barn at Orchard Country Winery. Delightful gallery of traditional Door County art set in the charming atmosphere of a renovated barn. Custom framing by Myron and Anne Rogers. May-Oct open daily 10-5, Sun 10-4. Open weekends Nov-April. 920-868-2626. www.CottageRowGalleryDC.com SEE AD ON PAGE 35

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DOOR COMMUNITY AUDITORIUM

3926 Hwy 42, PO Box 397, Fish Creek. Door County’s center for the performing arts, big-name entertainment and educational opportunities. The Auditorium and Link Gallery of Children’s Art bustle year-round with exhibits, concerts, movies, lectures and performances presented by a diverse mix of acclaimed professionals, community groups, emerging regional talent and student artists. 920-868-2728. www.DCAuditorium.org SEE AD ON PAGE 36

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EDGEWOOD ORCHARD GALLERIES

4140 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek. Since 1969, an award-winning gallery featuring original artwork including paintings, glass, jewelry, furniture and outdoor sculptures. Over 150 artists represented in a beautifully restored fruit barn, an inviting courtyard and a tranquil sculpture garden. Celebrating our 50th Anniversary season in 2019. Open daily 10 am-5 pm, May - October. www.EdgewoodOrchard.com SEE AD ON PAGE 2

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EMMETT JOHNS GALLERY

9100 Hwy 42, Fish Creek (next to Sweetie Pies at The Settlement Shops). Est. 1980. Originally known for his pastel portraits (a Door County tradition), Emmett also exhibits paintings reflecting his love of the Door County landscape and bold, colorful contemporary abstract paintings. Mid-June to mid-Oct open daily 10-5. 920-868-3880 www.EmmettJohns.com

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is a “Colorist” oil painter from Cedarburg, WI. Vibrant use of color and pattern are the hallmarks of her landscape paintings. Susan’s award winning works convey a sense of optimism and energy. Her paintings are featured at Edgewood Orchard Gallery in Fish Creek and at her Cedarburg studio. www.susanhaleart.com SEE AD ON PAGE 42

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CONNIE GLOWACKI GALLERY

Top of the Hill Shops, Unit B23, Fish Creek. “Watercolors with Spirit.” Gallery and art demonstrations. Nationally known, awardwinning artist demonstrates as she creates realistic and impressionistic watercolors and drawings. Original watercolor paintings, limited-edition prints and notecards available. Open daily 10-5. 608-774-4737. www.Connie-Glowacki.com

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LIZ MALTMAN

Liz Maltman, Marisch Art. Fish Creek by appointment, 920-868-2279. Showing also at Fine Line Designs Gallery, Ephraim and The Cookery Restaurant, Fish Creek, and local and regional invitational exhibits. Unique and Colorful, Original paintings in oil, pastel or mixed media Inspired by Nature in Door County en Plein Air. Lizandrick.com SEE AD ON PAGE 44

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The Inspirational Abstract Works of Gale Ritchey The Works of Gale Artist Ritchey TheInspirational ProfessionalAbstract Higher Psychic Healer The Professional Higher Psychic Healer Artist

JJ Jeffery Jeffery Taylor, Taylor, Fish Fish Creek Creek & White Rose Healing Arts & White Rose Healing Arts Studio Studio

Fractal Energy: Paintings & Photographs for Meditation & Place Photographs for Meditation & Place InFractal DepthEnergy: PsychicPaintings Sessions:&People/Animals/Personal/Professional In Depth Psychic Sessions: People/Animals/Personal/Professional THE PET PSYCHIC IN DOOR COUNTY THE PET PSYCHIC IN DOOR COUNTY Gale is a cutting edge professional unique in her abilities. Gale is a cutting edge professional unique in her abilities. Focusing on creativity/healing/empowerment/transitions for 30 years Focusing on creativity/healing/empowerment/transitions for 30 years 9281 Maple Grove Rd., Fish Creek Open Fri/Sat 11-4 Late May-Mid Oct OBA 9281 Maple Grove Rd.,www.galeritchey.com Fish Creek Open Fri/Sat 11-4 Late May-Mid Oct OBA 921-421-2344 www.galeritchey.com 921-421-2344 PLEASE SEE LISTING FOR DETAILS PLEASE SEE LISTING FOR DETAILS

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NORTHERN SKY THEATER

Box Office: Moving in 2019 – Please Call Ahead. Amphitheater: 10169 Shore Rd, Fish Creek. Mailing: PO Box 273, Fish Creek, WI 54212 920-854-6117 www.NorthernSkyTheater.com; info@northernskytheater.com Original musicals under the stars! Northern Sky is a unique wonder-filled Door County entertainment experience – “As much a Door County tradition as homemade cherry preserves…one of the most exceptional professional troupes in the country.” (Chicago Tribune) Presenting three shows in rotating repertory outdoors at Peninsula State Park Amphitheater, June – August featuring the world premiere “We Like It Where?” Fall season features the premiere “Dad’s Season Tickets” indoors at Northern Sky’s new Creative Center on County Road A in Fish Creek SEE AD ON PAGE 41

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PENINSULA PLAYERS THEATRE

Door County’s premiere professional theatrical treasure, presenting Broadwayquality comedies, dramas and musicals in an enchanting shoreline setting. Now in its 84thseason, America’s oldest professional resident summer theater enchants visitors and locals alike while providing a truly unforgettable theatrical experience. June 18 – Oct. 20, 2019. 920-868-3287. www.peninsulaplayers.com SEE AD ON PAGE 32

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PENINSULA SCHOOL OF ART & GALLERY

www.PeninsulaSchoolofArt.org 920-868-3455. Whether you are an art appreciator or aspiring artist, Peninsula School of Art offers a year-round calendar of experiences just for you. From fine art workshops with nationally-recognized artist educators, to engaging summer programs for kids ages 3½ to 17-years-old, compelling exhibitions; and fun, art-centered events in Door County. April – October: Mon-Sat, 8am-5pm. November – March: Tues-Sat, 8am-5pm SEE AD ON PAGE 37

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as a Door County native and member of the Wisconsin Watercolor Society, Stacey tries to capture the “Spirit” of Door County – fresh, tranquil and charming are words used to describe her work. Original watercolor paintings, limited edition prints and hand-painted notecards. Represented by Cottage Row Gallery, one-half mile South of Fish Creek on Hwy 42 at Orchard Country Winery. 920-866-3608. Inkdroparthaus.com SEE AD ON PAGE 43

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TR POTTERY LLC

4133 Main St, Fish Creek. Tony and Renée Gebauer work on-site creating functional pottery designed and priced to be used and enjoyed as part of daily life. Also featured in the gallery are one-of-a-kind wood-fired pots. Open daily in season, demonstrations 2-3 pm Mondays, June-Aug. 920-868-1024. www.TRPottery.com

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WHITE ROSE HEALING ARTS STUDIO

9281 Maple Grove Rd, Fish Creek. Experience the Inspirational Works of Gale Ritchey. Professional Higher Psychic, Healer, Artist. Fractals since 1989. Offering Paintings, Photography, Insight Sessions for People/ Animals/Professionals. Special Events, Feng Shui, Astro Reports, Workshops. Gale is a cutting edge professional unique in her abilities, focusing on creativity/healing empowerment for 30+ years. Precise Insight Expanding Creative Potential. Open Late May-Mid Oct, Fri-Sat, 11-4, OBA. 920-421-2344. www.GaleRitchey.com SEE AD ON PAGE 34

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Door County Plein Air Festival Door County Plein AirIron Festival Community Pour Community Pour FamilyIron Art Days Family Art Days

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MILLER ART MUSEUM:

The Miller Art Museum, given to Door County by Ruth and Gerhard Miller in 1975, is located within the Door County Main Library in Sturgeon Bay. It features changing exhibitions as well as works from the permanent collection, including the late Gerhard Miller's watercolor and egg tempera paintings. Visit www.millerartmuseum.org for updated information.

EXHIBITIONS

THROUGH APRIL 14: Mitli Mitlak (Like You, Like Me). A visual

storytelling exhibition by contemporary artists from Holland, Belgium, Greece, Lebanon, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Oman, Syria, Iran, Iraq, and the United States. This exhibition will focus on displacement, identity, and Arabic culture in the present moment. Opening reception: March 2, 3 – 4:30 p.m. APRIL 20 – MAY 27: 45nd Annual Salon of Door County High School Art. Outstanding student work from the five Door County high schools. Opening reception: April 20, 5 – 6:30 p.m.

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JUNE 1-JULY 22: Alicia Czechowski: Beyond the Painted Surface. Alicia Czechowski creates vividly representational oil paintings done out of a direct line of artistic influence from the Ashcan school. These range from still life portraits showing animal skulls, shattered porcelain, the body at rest, and detailed object landscapes. Opening reception: June 1, 5 – 6:30 p.m. JULY 27-SEPTEMBER 16: Extraordinary Things: Wisconsin Surrealism in the Permanent Collection. As the curator Alfred Barr said, “Magic Realists try to convince us that extraordinary things are possible simply by painting them as if they existed.” This exhibition explores the works of Wisconsin surrealist and magic realist artists, including Gerhard Miller. Opening reception: July 27, 5 – 6:30 p.m. SEPTEMBER 21-NOVEMBER 4: Wildlife Biennial XIX. The Wildlife Biennial celebrates artists' fascination with living creatures in Wisconsin’s natural environment and throughout the world, and features artwork in a variety of media. Opening reception: September 21, 5 – 6:30 p.m. NOVEMBER 9-DECEMBER 23: 44nd Juried Annual Exhibition. Featuring contemporary work in painting, drawing, graphics and photography by artists living and working in the Northeast Wisconsin region. Opening reception: November 9, 3 – 4:30 p.m.

LINK GALLERY:

The Link Gallery, which literally links Gibraltar Schools with the Door Community Auditorium in Fish Creek, is an exhibit space dedicated to showcasing artwork by youth throughout Door County and the world beyond. The gallery presents fresh and imaginative artwork that comes from the hands, hearts, and minds of children. Door Community Auditorium, Friends of Gibraltar, and Gibraltar Schools work together to support this gallery space for children’s artwork. Visit www.dcauditorium.org/category/the-linkgallery for updated information.

THROUGH EARLY MAY: Gibraltar School 100 Year Anniversary MID MAY – MID JUNE: Gibraltar Senior Projects Exhibit MID JUNE – MID NOVEMBER: The Art of Empathy—All Five County School Districts

GUENZEL GALLERY:

Housed in a round barn at the Peninsula School of Art in Fish Creek, the Guenzel Gallery is dedicated to promoting the visual arts through education, exhibitions and community outreach. Its exhibitions feature educational themes and incorporate the work of nationally recognized artists. The gallery is open year-round. Visit www.peninsulaschoolofart.org for updated information. MAY 24 THROUGH JULY 13: Magic Landscapes: Contemporary Landscape Painting. Seven nationally-recognized artists offer interpretations of landscape through contemporary painting. Opening reception: May 24, 4 – 6 p.m. JULY 21-AUGUST 10: Door County Plein Air Festival. The 2019 Door County Plein Air Festival celebrates the tradition of outdoor painting with some of the finest painters from Door County and across the country from July 21st – 27th. Nearly forty artists will put brush to canvas during the event that also includes daily artist demonstrations, tours and presentations. Children's plein air event July 27th. The public exhibition and purchase of works runs from July 27 – August 10. AUGUST 16-OCTOBER 5: The Future of Collage. Exhibit highlights artists' diverse approaches to collage and assemblage. Opening reception: August 16, 4 – 6 p.m. OCTOBER 12: Iron Pour Benefit. For a small contribution, participants of all ages may create their own iron tile by etching into a sand-and-resin mold. All are invited to witness the fiery pour, listen to live music and enjoy seasonal continued on page 40 >>>

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refreshments. Fee to participate, free to watch. 4 – 8 p.m. OCTOBER 11-NOVEMBER 29: Wax: Contemporary Methods. Wax is an extraordinarily versatile medium, making it the perfect vehicle for artistic experimentation. Opening Reception: October 12, 4 – 6 p.m. (in conjunction with Iron Pour Benefit event.) DECEMBER 6-JANUARY 24: The Animal: A Relationship Re-examined. At a time when scientists warn that humans may be causing the sixth mass extinction, how do we see and relate to animals? Through paintings, works on paper and sculpture, The Animal exhibit explores our lives and encounters with animals. Opening Reception: December 6, 4 – 6 p.m.

MEADOWS ART GALLERY:

Located in the front hall of the Meadows apartments at Good Samaritan Scandia Village in Sister Bay, the gallery is the brainchild of Donna Denardo, senior living manager, and Tom Seagard, a lifelong artist who has owned the Mill Road Gallery in Sister Bay with his wife and fellow artist Brigitte Kozma, since 1971. Together, Denardo and Seagard wanted to give Door County emerging and impact artists an opportunity to gain exposure and experience. Accomplished artists volunteer to share their knowledge and skills, helping mentor their emerging peers. Visit www.meadowsartgallerysisterbay. wordpress.com for updated information. EXHIBITIONS THROUGH APRIL: “Annual Door County Poets Show.” Poetry from local poets, with accompanying visual art. MID MAY - MID JUNE: “The Photography of Peter Jung.” Peter Jung is a photographer who was active from 1930 to the 70s. His work is a record of this time in areas of eastern Wisconsin including Door County.

MID JUNE – MID AUGUST : “Portraits of Individuals in Door County Who Make a Difference.” SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER: “TBA” MID OCTOBER – MID NOVEMBER: “Windows and Doors” Photographs by Dennis Connolly. MID NOVEMBER – DECEMBER: “Celebrations.” Artists who have shown with the Meadows Gallery this year and the return of favorite Gallery artists. MID DECEMBER – MID JANUARY 26: “Right off the Wall.” A blend of Christmas and the New Year featuring Door County Artists for Christmas shopping. Immediate purchases available. Holiday decorations as well.

FRANCIS HARDY CENTER FOR THE ARTS: The Hardy is located at the Anderson Dock, a national historic landmark that celebrated its 160th year in 2018. The art center, founded in 1962 in the well-known graffitied building, offers art exhibitions, special events and educational outreach programs. It's open from May through October. Visit www.thehardy.org for updated information.

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST GALLERY: The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County, located in Ephraim, has a pubic art gallery with monthly art exhibitions featuring the work of local artists in all media. The gallery also has an impressive permanent collection that includes the work of Anglea Lensch and Louis Smolak. Hours are 1-4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to noon Sundays. Visit www.uufdc.org for updated information. THROUGH MARCH: PROTEST: Bearing Witness, Seeking Justice

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APRIL-MAY: Carol Schalla, Pastels JUNE: Paintings by Marjorie Mau: Stacked Planes, the Niagara Escarpment JULY: Textiles with Text by Alison Gates; Following Twisted Paths AUGUST: Printmaker Chris Style Stories and Inspirations SEPTEMBER: Photography by Dennis Connolly; Connections, the Beauty and Commonality of Humanity OCTOBER-NOVEMBER: Pastels by Jean Crane DECEMBER-JANUARY 2020: Painting by Steven Wysocki: Midwest Light

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MELZER GALLERY: Located 3 miles east of Egg Harbor at Birch Creek 3821 Cty. E, Egg Harbor, the gallery opened in 2008 with “Birch Creek Through Lens and Brush," an exploration of the music academy as a source of inspiration for visual artists. The exhibit has evolved through the years and now displays "Birch Creek Associates - Celebrating 25 Years" which features photography that documents the work and successes of Birch Creek's volunteers. While visiting, peruse the Dutton concert barn and enjoy original photographs, paintings, drawings, textiles, and posters that illustrate the rich history of Birch Creek. Visit www.birchcreek.org for updated information. At press time, most galleries were still in the process of finalizing their exhibition schedules and opening receptions. For updated exhibit information, contact the galleries.

June 12 - August 24

PENINSULA PARK AMPHITHEATER - FISH CREEK

We Like It Where? - WORLD PREMIERE

Based on the true “mouse that roared” story of Winneconne’s 1967 hilarious publicity stunt to secede from Wisconsin.

Book by Corrie Beula Kovacs & Stephen Kovacs; Music & Lyrics by Stephen Kovacs

Dairy Heirs

A modern-day Moo-sical: home grown, hearty, plenty sweet with a side of tongue in cheek.

Book by Joel Kopischke & Eva Nimmer; Lyrics & Story by Joel Kopischke Music by Alissa Rhode

Windjammers

Lake Michigan, 1876. A coming of age tale of courage and adventure amid high waves, fresh air, legend, and song.

Book by Robin Share; Music by Clay Zambo; Lyrics by Robin Share & Clay Zambo

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NORTHERN SKY’S NEW CREATIVE CENTER THEATER

Dad’s Season Tickets - WORLD PREMIERE

A nostalgic musical celebration of family, folly and the Green Bay Packers. Book, Lyrics & Music by Matt Zembrowski

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10329 Hwy 42, Ephraim. Featuring the jewelry, ceramics and paintings of award winning artist Cynthia L. Koshalek. Artwork is displayed in a charming, Paris style boutique. Daily demonstrations in the butterfly garden or studio. Also shabby chic furniture, hand blown glass, pewter sculptures, fiber, and garden art. Come visit the art studio or take a photo of the 12’ Eiffel Tower. “A Little Bit Of Paris In Door County.” Open May-Oct, Thu-Mon, 10:30 am- 4:30 pm. 608-438-7633 Facebook.com/ARTZY SEE AD ON PAGE 48

BLUE DOLPHIN HOUSE & BDH STUDIO

10320 N Water St, Ephraim, WI 54211. BDH is a gallery of distinctive home, garden and functional arts from over 100 artists and crafts persons from the USA. Our contemporary collection spans from original paintings to fine wood working and exceptional contemporary glass and jewelry to ceramics all in a setting of towering pines, log buildings and perennial gardens. Blue Dolphin House has been a Door County Destination for over 50 years. Open daily 10-5 pm in season and weekends year-around. 920-854-4113. www.bluedolphinhouse.com SEE AD ON PAGE 45

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Susan Hale Oil Oil Paintings Paintings

Represented Represented by by Edgewood Edgewood Orchard Orchard Gallery Gallery 4140 4140 Peninsula Peninsula Players Players Rd, Rd, Fish Fish Creek Creek

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Stacey Small Rupp watercolors

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Connie Glowacki “T“T ww ilig ilig hthattaEt pEhpra hra imim ””

“Watercolors with Spirit” “Watercolors with Spirit”

Original Art Original Art Limited Edition Prints Limited Edition Prints Special Gift Items Special Gift Items Top of the Hill Shops, Top of the Hill Shops, B23 Fish Creek B23 Fish Creek 1-608-774-4737 1-608-774-4737 www.connie-glowacki.com www.connie-glowacki.com DOOR PENINSUL A ARTS

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GEORGE BURR GALLERY

10325 Hwy 42, North Ephraim. Featuring the breathtaking pastel landscapes by resident artist George Burr. Also representing Scot Schmidt, Donna Best, Bryan Becker, Gary Wick, Michael Sherman and others. Functional and decorative pottery, jewelry, magnets, cards, limited edition prints, gifts, coasters, yard art and much more. See our new prints on metal. Open daily 10-5. 920-854-7877. www.GeorgeBurr.com SEE AD ON PAGE 49

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POLLY JOUBERT

Fine Folk Art Paintings Highly detailed acrylic paintings done in the folk art tradition and featuring the buildings, people, animals and activities which typify life in the upper Midwest during the last two centuries. View her unique paintings at Fine Line Designs, 10376 Hwy. 42, just north of Ephraim, 920-854-4343. www.pollyjoubertart.com

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LARDIERE GALLERY & STUDIO

Join us in celebrating our 22nd season. First corner north of Ephraim public beach on Hwy 42, at 9868 Hidden Spring Rd. Meet Door County’s most award-winning artist Geoffrey Lardiere, whose works are in more than 10,000 public and private collections. Contemporary original paintings, limited-edition prints, and interior/exterior aluminum wall sculptures. 100% silk & cashmere scarves, & new bracelets, all derived from Geoffrey Lardiere’s original paintings. Open weekdays 2-5:30; Sat, 1-5:30; Sun. by chance. 920-854-1885, off-season: 850-349-9767. www.Lardiere.com SEE AD ON INSIDE FRONT COVER

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"Homestead" pastel on paper 20"x24" "Homestead" pastel on paper 20"x24"

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PAINT BOX GALLERY

10426 Hwy 42, North Ephraim. Est. 1961. A working gallery, open all year with a Fine Art Hospital for your damaged fine art. 920-495-4352. We are also Gresko and Sons Textiles. 920-495-4353. SEE AD ON PAGE 53

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On Pioneer Lane behind Chef's Hat and next to Trixie's in Ephraim. One-of-a-kind original artwork. Door County Memories Jewelry CollectionTM by Pamela Jeffcoat. Unique and offbeat furniture by Michael Beaster. Paintings and cards by Marcia Nickols. Pins, pendants and boxes by Betty Williams Carbol. Wooden bowls by Richard Einerson. 36th season. Open daily mid-May - Oct. 920-854-9229. SEE AD ON PAGE 46

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NICHOLAS STELTER

A contemporary glass artist from Wisconsin. He creates striking glass vessels which explore simplicity in line and form. Mimicking the unpredictability of nature, you will find his pieces are surprisingly complex. See his work in Door County at Fine Line Designs just north of Ephraim. 10376 Hwy 42, Ephraim. 920-854-4343. www.stelterglass.com SEE AD ON PAGE 50

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WATER STREET GALLERY

9930 North Water St., Ephraim A Door County art gallery featuring beautifully detailed original oil paintings of familiar landmarks and historic images of Door County’s rich rural past by local artist Fredric Bridenhagen. Maps, vintage posters and nautical charts of the surrounding lakes and islands, ship models. Local woodland watercolors, photographs, and cards. 920-854-5215 ArtDoorCounty.com SEE AD ON PAGE 47

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ZABLER DESIGN JEWELERS

9906 Water St, Ephraim. Original contemporary designs, original antique revival designs, period antique jewelry, museum-quality ancient Greek & Roman coins, high-grade watches. Diamonds, largest selection of natural pink & yellow diamonds and rare gems such as Alexandrite, Tanzanite, Tsavorite, and Padparadscha Sapphire. Opening Memorial Day weekend. Noon-5 during season. See website for additional hours. 920-854-4801. www.ZablerDesign.com SEE AD ON PAGE 4

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“A Little Bit of Paris In Door County” “A Little Bit of Paris In Door County” Featuring Jewelry, Ceramics & Featuring Jewelry, Ceramics & Paintings by Award Winning Artist Paintings by Award Winning Artist Cynthia L. Koshalek Cynthia L. Koshalek

Art, Glass, Garden Art, Candles, Art, Glass, Garden Art, Candles, Fiber, Furniture and Sculpture. Fiber, Furniture and Sculpture. Open Thurs.-Mon. 10:30-4:30, May-Oct. Open Thurs.-Mon. May-Oct. 10329 HWY10:30-4:30, 42, Ephraim 10329 HWY 42, Ephraim 608-438-7633 • Facebook.com/Artzy 608-438-7633 • Facebook.com/Artzy

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10547 Koessl Lane, Sister Bay. Featuring donated fine art and craft items, all proceeds are used to support the not-forprofit Coventry Care Medical Clinic. Stop in and you will find quality works at bargain prices. 9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday (except holidays) year round. 39

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FINE LINE DESIGNS GALLERY

10376 Hwy 42, Sister Bay. Showcasing sculpture, original paintings, custom wood furnishings, jewelry, and fiber art rich in color and texture. Unique, original gifts and collectable artworks by more than 80 nationally known artists can be found indoors and out. Open daily May-Oct. Limited winter weekends or by appointment. 920-854-4343. www.FineLineDesignsGallery.com SEE AD ON PAGE 9

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FRYKMAN STUDIO GALLERY

2566 S Bay Shore Dr (Hwy 42), Sister Bay. Gallery features whimsical hand-carved woodcarvings and oil paintings by David Frykman, Door County nature photography by Heather Harle Frykman and Lucas Frykman, and pottery and sculpture by Steve Jorgenson. Woodcarvings (including pieces made from the reclaimed wood of Eagle Tower) by David Frykman. Open daily May-Oct, 10-5; and weekends in winter. 920-854-7351. www.FrykmanGallery.com

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Fine Folk Art Paintings

“In the Campfire’s Glow”

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HARTMANN SIGNS & ART GALLERY BY CAROL H. CHAMPEAU

10673 Sumac Lane, Sister Bay, 2.5 miles east of Sister Bay on County ZZ. Collection of Hex Signs & mini barn quilts, commercial & residential signs, wood & metal signs, truck lettering, sandblasted signs, computer-generated vinyl letters, graphic design. Open daily 10-3 May-Oct., winter Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., 10-3 or by appointment. 920-854-5378. www.hexsignsdc.com E-mail: Signshop1972@gmail.com

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MILL ROAD GALLERY

2328 Mill Rd, Sister Bay. Brigitte Kozma – representational realism. Landscapes, portraiture in oils and pastel. Tom Seagard - abstracted realism. Wildlife, different directions in mixed media. Images of Door County and the tropics. Originals, prints, and giclees. Demonstrations. Conversation. Artists Ernest Beutel, Dottie Diggs, Bren Sibilsky, represented. 48th season. 920-854-4416 www.millroadgallery.com SEE AD ON BACK COVER

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THE CLEARING FOLK SCHOOL

The Clearing Folk School offers classes in the arts, fine crafts, humanities and natural sciences in a wooded setting on the water. On the State and National Registers of Historic Places. For information, stop at the visitor center at 12171 Garrett Bay Road in Ellison Bay, call 920-854-4088 or visit www.TheClearing.org SEE AD ON PAGE 55

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COUSIN’S WALK

11940 Lakeview Rd, Ellison Bay. You’ll find recycled vintage collage jewelry and wall decor, painted decor for your home from pillows to furniture and clothing also! Also needle-felted scarves and cherry creations to remember your time in Door County. Who knows what treasures you may find. Like the seasons, things are always changing. 920-854-1926 SEE AD ON PAGE 54

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LYNN’S POTTERY

12030 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay Lynn LaLuzerne invites you to see her new work for 2019. Featuring free form and wheel thrown pottery, hand decorated and glazed with an eclectic color palette. Watch her work in her studio in a unique, 100 year old building. Open Tuesday thru Sunday 10 am-4 pm 920-421-4384 46

STILLWOODS FINE ART STUDIO AND GALLERY

11930 Lakeview Road, Ellison Bay. Stillwoods Fine Art Studio and Gallery shares in the creative spirit of Door County with art featuring the textures, forms and colors of the North Woods. See the grandeur of the Door Peninsula through the pastels, photographs, digital art, and stained glass from our collection. Open 1-4, Thurs-Sat midMay through October. 920-421-0687 stillwoodsartgallery@icloud.com; www.stillwoodsartstudiogallery.com

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ISLAND PLAYERS

Washington Island’s year-round community theater 35th year in business! Our summer show will reflect our anniversary by offering scenes from some of our most loved plays and musicals throughout the years. Performances will be July 5, 6 and 7 at the TPAC. Acting Camp will be held at the Red Barn. The dates for the two sessions are: July 8-12 for ages 7-9, and July 15-19 for ages 10-14. Please email wislandplayers@gmail. com for more information. Rylee Johnson will once again be leading the camps, teaching improv theater games and helping campers write, produce and star in an original skit on the final day of each session for their family and friends. www.washgintonislandplayers.org SEE AD ON PAGE 56

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SIEVERS SCHOOL OF FIBER ARTS/THE SIEVERS SHOP

986 Jackson Harbor Rd. Sievers offers classes in weaving, quilting, basketry, knitting, wearables and more for adults, late May-Oct. Dormitory available. Original fiber arts and crafts by Sievers students and teachers are sold, along with quality knitting and weaving yarns, fiber art books and supplies. 920-847-2264. www.SieversSchool.com SEE AD ON PAGE 56

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THE TRUEBLOOD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

The TPAC has an outstanding season planned for 2019! Headliners include Jeffrey Foucault, Julian Hagen, Michael Perry, Michael Mile’s “Senegal to Seeger” Donna Russell’s production of “Gone But Not Forgotten’’ and a one man show on Winston Churchill! Visit our website at www.truebloodpac.com to see where creativity flourishes on Washington Island! SEE AD ON PAGE 57

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WASHINGTON ISLAND LITERARY FESTIVAL

19-22 September 2019: “Generational” A weekend’s immersion for readers and writers of all levels. World-renowned authors Jane Hamilton, Scott Russell Sanders, Rebecca Makkai, Bao Phi and others provide workshops, presentations, inspiration. Attendees personalize schedules for this extraordinary, “moveable feast” on our glorious island. www.washingtonislandliteraryfestival.org for details. SEE AD ON PAGE 57

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WASHINGTON ISLAND ART & NATURE CENTER

1799 Main Rd. Located in a historic school house, with works by local and regional artists. Nature Room staffed by a naturalist with many hands-on exhibits. Weekly art and nature classes. Open June 10- Sept. 15, Mon-Sat, 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Sun. 11:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; after Labor Day 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. daily. 920-847-2025 or 920-847-2657. www.wianc.org SEE AD ON PAGE 57

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WASHINGTON ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL

PO Box 235, Washington Island. July 29 - August 9, 2019. Chamber and choral music by world-class musicians at the Trueblood Performing Arts Center, casual seminars, Children’s Music Camp and “Under the Big Top” featuring local musicians. Our 28th Season! www.WashingtonIslandMusicFestival.com SEE AD ON PAGE 56

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Island Players is a non-profit community theater group. Our talented actors and directors work with us on a volunteer basis, and this year is our 35th year in business! Our summer show will reflect our anniversary by offering scenes from some of our most loved plays and musicals throughout the years. Performances will be July 5, 6 and 7 at the TPAC. Acting Camp will be held at the Red Barn. The dates for the two sessions are: July 8-12 for ages 7-9, and July 15-19 for ages 10-14. Please email wislandplayers@gmail.com for more information. Rylee Johnson will once again be leading the camps, teaching improv theater games and helping campers write, produce and star in an original skit on the final day of each session for their family and friends. We thank everyone for their continued support over the years and look forward to making our 35th year one to remember.

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School Of Fiber Arts FINE CRAFTS & GIFTS

Classes in weaving, quilting, basketry, knitting, wearables and more. Featuring original fiber arts, handmade fine crafts, gifts and quality yarns in a destination knitting shop. 986 Jackson Harbor Road, 920-847-2264, Open daily, late-May - Oct. www.sieversschool.com

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Washington Island MUSIC FESTIVAL

World-class musicians and their families gather on Island for two weeks (July 29August 9, 2019) of classical chamber music concerts, casual seminars, preconcert talks, Children’s Music Camp and “Under the Big Top” featuring local musicians. Come enjoy our beautiful Island and all it has to offer. Watch our web site for details. www.WashingtonIslandMusicFestival.com

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1799 Main Rd. Gallery for local and regional artists. Nature room with hands-on displays. Art classes, nature hikesand classes and workshops. Gift shop with educational toys and books. Call: 920-847-2025 or 920-847-2657 June 10-Sept.15 Mon - Sat: 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sundays: 11:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. After Labor Day, 11: 00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. daily www.wiance.org

A weekend’s immersion for readers and writers of all levels. World-renowned authors Jane Hamilton, Scott Russell Sanders, Rebecca Makkai, Bao Phi and others provide workshops, presentations, inspiration. Attendees personalize schedules for this extraordinary, “moveable feast” on our glorious island. www.washingtonislandliteraryfestival.org for details

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THE TRUEBLOOD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

The TPAC has an outstanding season planned for 2019! Headliners include Jeffrey Foucault, Julian Hagen, Michael Perry, Michael Mile’s “Senegal to Seeger” Donna Russell’s production of “Gone But Not Forgotten’’ and a one man show on Winston Churchill! Visit our website at www.TrueBloodPac.com to see where creativity flourishes on Washington Island!

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Exciting line ups in store for 2019 COMPILED BY HEIDI HODGES

THEATER DOOR SHAKESPEARE

Door Shakespeare has been bringing the Bard to the shores of Door County since 1995. Since that time, the company has been exploring the works of Shakespeare and other related playwrights, at their up-close, intimate and exciting venue, growing every year. Performances are outdoors, under a sprawling maple tree at the Björklunden campus, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, just south of Baileys Harbor. Door Shakespeare’s 2019 season runs from June 19 through August 24, featuring Shakespeare's Henry V and The

Merry Wives of Windsor. For tickets and show times, call 920-839-1500 or visit www.doorshakespeare.com.

PENINSULA PLAYERS

Situated on spectacular waterfront property on Peninsula Players Road between Egg Harbor and Fish Creek, the Peninsula Players is in its 84st season—America’s longest running professional resident summer theater. Its modern stage house is in keeping with the theater’s open-air pavilion feel for which it is famous, but is protected from the elements. The season consists of five plays:

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JUNE 18 – JULY 7 A Trick of the Light. A world-premier comedy. Eddie discovers an astonishing skill—he can become invisible. JULY 10 – JULY 28 A Murder is Announced. A gripping whodunit from the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie. Miss Marple makes her Peninsula Players debut as she searches for a killer. JULY 30 – AUGUST 18 Ghost The Musical. Based on the Paramount Pictures film of the same name. AUGUST 21 – SEPTEMBER 1 Silent Sky. The touching human story behind an important scientific discovery. SEPTEMBER 4 – OCTOBER 20 George Washington's Teeth. False teeth, false history and genuine laughter. For information, call 920-868-3287 or visit www.peninsulaplayers.com.

THIRD AVENUE PLAYHOUSE

Door County’s only year-round professional theater company, Third Avenue Playhouse presents riveting performances of contemporary and classic plays and musicals in its 84-seat Studio Theatre. TAP brings audiences face-to-face with powerful stories by creating the most intimate theatrical experience possible. Located in downtown Sturgeon Bay. www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com or call 920-743-1760. MARCH 1-3 Right to Live. Guest artist Habibah Sheikh directs members of the Door County community, students and adults, in an original devised theater piece based on real narratives from refugee and diaspora communities of Middle Eastern origin. APRIL 4 – APRIL 20 Shooting Star. The story of two former lovers who meet after 25 years while snowed in at an airport. MAY 15 – JUNE 9 The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey. A detective unravels the story of Leonard Pelkey, a tenaciously optimistic

and flamboyant fourteen-year-old boy who goes missing. A luminous force of nature whose magic is only truly felt once he is gone, Leonard becomes an unexpected inspiration as the town's citizens question how they live, who they love, and what they leave behind. JUNE 26 – JULY 20 The Dig. A sister tries to protect her brilliant schizophrenic brother from the outside world. JULY 25 – SEPTEMBER 1 La La Lucille. The 100th anniversary production of George Gershwin's first musical—not seen since its original production of Broadway in 1919. SEPTEMBER 4 – 7 BoomeRaging: From LSD to OMG w/ Will Durst. Comedian Will Durst returns with his tribute to the history, growth, joys, achievements and looming terrors of the Baby Boom Generation in today's youthobsessed society. SEPTEMBER 12 – OCTOBER 20 Tomfoolery. A collection of songs by Tom Lehrer, the Harvard-educated math professor who delighted millions of fans during the 1950s and 60s with is dry and cynical, but good-humored attacks on racism, pollution, pornography, the military, the Boy Scouts and, of course, mathematics. DECEMBER 18 – 29 Play TBD. StageKids Christmas dates TBA.

NORTHERN SKY THEATER

Surrounded by tall pines and covered with nothing but a starlit sky Northern Sky Theater has set its stage deep in the woods of Peninsula State Park since 1990 (with an even earlier history that many remember— it's parent company the Heritage Ensemble started in 1970), with the mission of providing original, professional musicals. The 2019 season runs June 12 through August 24, followed by an indoor fall season from August 30th through October 26th at the new Northern Sky Creative Campus in Fish Creek. continued on page 60 >>>

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(A state park sticker is not required to see the summer shows in the park.) This year, the company rolls out two world premiers, one for the summer season and one for the autumn. We Like It Where? by Corrie Beula Kovacs and Stephen Kovacs, celebrates ordinary people doing extraordinary things and is based on the true “mouse that roared” story of the town of Winneconne's brief secession from Wisconsin. When the tourist-dependent burg is inadvertently left off the 1967 state highway map, Winneconnians take matters into their own hands. They concoct an ingenious publicity stunt to secede from the state, uniting their struggling community and making international news in the process. Audience-favorites Dairy Heirs and Windjammers round out the summer season. The Fall Season premiers Dad’s Season Tickets, by Matt Zembrowski. The show is a nostalgic musical celebration of family, folly and the Green Bay Packers. When Frank Kosinski’s three grown daughters learn that one will inherit his treasured Packer season tickets, old rivalries are rekindled as the sisters try to prove who is most deserving. Set in 1996, as the Packers march inevitably toward football's ultimate prize, the sparring siblings learn that theirs is a bond not easily broken, and that family isn't everything; it's the only thing.

For information, call 920-854-6117 or visit www.northernskytheater.com.

ISLAND PLAYERS

Washington Island’s year-round community theater's mission is to bring quality theater experiencers to the Washington Island community through performances and programs for adults and school children. From January through May, the first Sunday of every month, Island Players present brief scenes, poetry and a chance to perform in a casual, low pressure atomosphere at the island Recreation Center. Then, this summer, the Players present 35 Years of Island Players: A Review July 6 – 8 at the Trueblood Performing Arts Center on the island. The company will once again sponsor an Acting Camp for youth at The Red Barn. Students aged 7-9 on July 8-12; students ages 10-14 on July 15-19. www.washingtonislandplayers.org.

MUSIC THE WASHINGTON ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL,

Celebrating over two decades of festival performances, The Washington island Music Festival takes place July 29 through August 9 and features symphony orchestra, chamber and choral music by world-class musicians at the Trueblood Performing

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Arts Center on the island. In addition to concerts, the festival includes open rehearsals, casual seminars and children's programs. Information can be found at www.washingtonislandmusicfestival.com.

PENINSULA MUSIC FESTIVAL The Peninsula Music Festival is a Door County tradition spanning 66 years. The festival includes nine concerts August 6-24th featuring some of the finest performers in the classical music world. Concerts are 7:30 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday during the festival time at the Door Community Auditorium in Fish Creek. Tickets are available through the Festival office, 10347 N. Water St. (off Hwy. 42) Unit B in the Green Gables Shops, in Ephraim, or online at www.musicfestival.com. 920-854-4060.

DOOR COMMUNITY AUDITORIUM

The Door Community Auditorium in Fish Creek continues its nearly 30-year tradition of bringing big-name entertainment to the Peninsula. In past years, legendary performers like Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Bob Newhart, the Indigo Girls and many others have graced the Auditorium’s stage. Shows ae scheduled throughout the year. Go online for updated schedules at www.dcauditorium.com or call the Auditorium box office at 920-868-2728.

THE BIRCH CREEK MUSIC PERFORMANCE CENTER ,

located three miles east of Egg Harbor on County E is Door County’s unique summer music school and concert venue where top professionals come together by day and perform by night in the 500-seat “Dutton Concert Barn.” The schedule for its 43st updated season of performances features: Percussion & Steel Band: June 16-29 Symphony: June 30-July 13 Jazz: July 14-August 10 For complete information, concert dates and times, and special event concerts, visit www.birchcreek.org or call 920-868-3763.

OTHER MUSIC AND THEATER There are so many venues, both public and private, it is nearly impossible to list all. Most communities offer weekly free outdoor concerts during the summer. Venues like Fishstock in Fish Creek and the Woodwalk Concert Series have been drawing big names to their stages for years. Smaller venues, such as cafes restaurants and taverns, host acclaimed musicians. There are also community theater groups like Rogue Theater in Sturgeon Bay, that perform high-quality theater.

MIDSUMMER'S MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Midsummer’s Music Festival is in its 28th season. The classical/chamber music ensemble features world-class musicians from Lyric Opera of Chicago, Pro Arte Quartet, Aspen Music Festival and Atlanta Symphony to name a few. Concerts are performed from June through September (with special spring and winter concerts) in intimate settings throughout Door County including art galleries, churches, retreats and private homes. Visit www.midsummersmusic.com or call 920-854-7088.

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To locate a specific artist’s work, find the artist. The venue where the artist’s work is shown follows the name. For example, Debra Abrams’ work can be seen at Edgewood Orchard Gallery. And, under “E” in the index, Edgewood Orchard Gallery is listed with address, phone and page numbers, and the orange #17 points to their location on the fold-out map. Please note that the map in this guide includes dots for advertisers only. However, the index does include all venues where the listed artwork can be seen throughout the season, including their address and phone numbers.

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AAROEN, Rachel Jacksonport Cottage ABEL, Tim James May Gallery ABRAMS, Debra Edgewood Orchard ADAMS, Deidre Paint Box Gallery ADAMS, Luke Edgewood Orchard AGNESS, Rich Ephraim Clayworks, Plum Bottom Gallery ALEXANDER, Karolyn Paint Box Gallery 1 ALGOMA ATELIER OF SCULPTURE & ART, p. 3, 22, E5977 Fremont Rd, Algoma, 920-487-4200 ALLARD, Heather Plum Bottom Gallery ALLEN, Laurie Jacksonport Cottage ALLISON, Destiny Fine Line ALLTOP, Josefien Paint Box Gallery ALTMAN, Harold Paint Box Gallery ALTOBELL, Judith Meyers Edgewood Orchard AMO Gallery & Framery, 40 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-2259 Anderson House Shop & Gallery, 3065 Anderson Ln, Ephraim, 920-854-4142 ANDERSON, Bob Washington Island A&NC ANDERSON, Dan Cottage Row, Door County Wisconsin Gallery ANDERSON, Jack AMO Gallery, Cottage Row, Paint Box Gallery ANDERSON, John Jacksonport Cottage ANDERSON, Kari AMO Gallery, Blue Willow, Jacksonport Cottage, Kari Anderson Studio ANDERSON, Mary Blotti Paint Box Gallery ANDERSON, Ryan Washington Island A&NC ANDERSON, Tracy Woodwalk Gallery ANDERSON-STORY, Stephan James May Gallery 7 ANGELA LENSCH GALLERY, p. 23, 24, 7653 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor, 920-868-5088 ANGELICA, Marion Idea Gallery ANTHONY, Paul Blue Dolphin ANTIEL, Kayla Plosz James May Gallery

APPEL, Robert Paint Box Gallery APPLEBAUM, Leon Edgewood Orchard ARCHER, Curtis Edgewood Orchard ARCHIBALD, Ryan Idea Gallery ARMSTRONG, Mary Jane Allen Cappaert Gallery ARNESON, Wendell Idea Gallery ARNOLD, Mark James May Gallery ARRINGTON, Tracy J Jeffrey Taylor 14 ART OF DOOR COUNTY, p. 26, 32, 4199 Main St, Fish Creek, 920-868-1008 Artists Guild, 215 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-9900 28 ARTZY STUDIO, p. 42, 48, 10329 Water St, Ephraim, 608-438-7633 ARZBERGER, Denise TR Pottery ASSENSI, Silvano Cupola House Gallery ATANASOV, Heidi 2ForU Design & Gallery Aude Jewelers, 213A Main St, Luxemburg, 920-845-5860 AURELIUS, David & Jeanne Clay Bay Pottery, Edgewood Orchard AUSTIN, Ava Plum Bottom Gallery AUSTIN, Bridget Cottage Row, Paint Box Gallery AUSTIN, Phil Paint Box Gallery AVENSON-GOETTELMAN, Kelly K Avenson Photography

BECHTOLD, Rodger Edgewood Orchard BECK, Bob Paint Box Gallery BECK, Rick & Valerie J Jeffrey Taylor BECKER, Bryan George Burr Gallery BEEMAN, Ron Idea Gallery BELLEAU, Christopher George Burr Gallery, J Jeffrey Taylor BELLING, David Paint Box Gallery BENFORADO, Sarah James May Gallery BENNER, Sue Fine Line BENNETT, Martha Peninsula Jeweler BENNETT, Nathan Fine Line BENSCHER, Jennifer Plum Bottom Gallery BENSON-FITTSCHUR, Prisca Ephraim Clayworks, Margaret Lockwood Gallery, Stoneware by Prisca, Washington Island A&NC Bentley's (GM) Renaissance Gallery, 12180 Hwy 42, Gills Rock, 920-854-2787 BERGER, Molly James May Gallery BERGERSON, Judith Clay Bay Pottery BERINGER, Lori Fine Line BERNER, Sally Edgewood Orchard BERNS, Pam Paint Box Gallery BEST, Donna George Burr Gallery BEUTEL, Ernest Mill Road Gallery BEZIO, Doris Algoma Atelier BICHLER, Jamie Plum Bottom Gallery BINS, Coleen Chief Oshkosh 8 BIRCH CREEK MUSIC B PERFORMANCE CENTER, BACIGALUPO, Aaron Paint Box Gallery p. 24, 25, 61, 3821 County E, Egg Harbor, 920-868-3763 BACIGALUPO, Arnie Paint Box Gallery BIRSCHBACH, Jill James May Gallery Back Door Studio, 10048 Hwy 57, Sister Bay, 920-854-1137 BISHOP, Cheryl Angela Lensch Gallery BAIR, Miles Edgewood Orchard BLACK, Pat Plum Bottom Gallery Balistreri Fine Art Gallery, 9727 Maple BLEI, Norb Paint Box Gallery Grove Rd, Ephraim, 414-534-8017 BLIETZ, Craig Edgewood Orchard BALISTRERI, Anthony Balistreri Fine BLIXT, Ingrid Cappaert Gallery Art Gallery BLODGETT, Buzz Blue Dolphin BALISTRERI, John A Balistreri Fine Art 29 BLUE DOLPHIN HOUSE/BDH Gallery STUDIO, p. 42, 45, BALKAN, Anna Fine Line, Fine Line, 10320 Water St., Ephraim, J Jeffrey Taylor 920-854-4113 BANKER, Pamela Earth Art Studio Blue Willow, 10002 Hwy 57, Sister Bay, BANKSY Historic Island Dairy Gallery 920-854-4828 BANNING, Linda Blue Dolphin BLUE, Richard George Burr Gallery BARBIERI, Ronald George Burr Gallery Bluff House Studio, 9049 Gibraltar Bluff Rd, Fish Creek, 920-868-2882 BARENZ, Stephanie Woodwalk Gallery BOARD, Cynthia Off the Wheel Pottery BARKER, Rebecca Jacksonport Cottage BOCK, Raymond Plum Bottom Gallery BARNARD, Jane Paint Box Gallery BOEX, Paul Off the Wheel Pottery BARNES-GINGRICH, Mary Washington Island A&NC BOHLING, Ed Cappaert Gallery BARNHOUSE, Don Cupola House Gallery BOLLOW, John Off the Wheel Pottery BASCO, Carl Blue Dolphin BOLSON, Rob Paint Box Gallery BAUER, Lois Paint Box Gallery BOND, Michael Cottage Row BAUERMEISTER, Michael K Allen Gallery BONNIVIER, Cal Paint Box Gallery BAUGNIET, Chris Clay on Steele BOONE, Birdie James May Gallery BAUMAN, Ron Jacksonport Cottage BOONSTRA, Marlene Blue Dolphin Bazyli Studios, 8783 S Cedar Trail, Baileys BOPRAY, Pat Idea Gallery Harbor, 920-839-2526 BORGESON, Karl James May Gallery BEASTER, Michael PKJ Designs BORGHESI, Susan Off the Wheel Pottery BECHT, Cheryl Blue Dolphin

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BORKOWSKI, Cory O'Brien James May Gallery BORMAN, Beki Woodwalk Gallery BORRERO, John Woodwalk Gallery BOSCAMP, Dottie J Jeffrey Taylor BOUTIN, Jeff Idea Gallery BOWYER, Cat James May Gallery BOX, Robert TR Pottery BRACKEN, Greg Edgewood Orchard BRADLEY, Lana Jacksonport Cottage BRADSHAW, Dean Fine Line BRAMWELL, Ty James May Gallery BRANSFIELD, Kathy J Jeffrey Taylor BRANT, Jenni James May Gallery BRATHOL-HOSTVET, Kay Edgewood Orchard BREADON, Eoin K Allen Gallery BRESNAHAN, Dan Margaret Lockwood Gallery BRESNAHAN, Julia Woodwalk Gallery Brew Coffee House, 12002 Hwy 42, Ellison Bay, 920-421-2739 BREWSTER, Larry Scrimshanders BRIDENHAGEN, Fred Art of Door County, Water Street Gallery BRIDENHAGEN, Marshal Art of Door County, Water Street Gallery BRIDENHAGEN, Riley Art of Door County, Water Street Gallery BRIDENHAGEN, Stacy Art of Door County, Water Street Gallery BRINKLEY-CHAUDOIR, Jo Jacksonport Cottage BRINTON, Joseph George Burr Gallery BRITELL, Julia J Jeffrey Taylor BRITTON, Becky Woodwalk Gallery BROGAN, Ed Plum Bottom Gallery BROMLEY, David Paint Box Gallery BRONIKOWSKI, Ken Paint Box Gallery BRONK, Richard Edgewood Orchard BROOKS, Kerry Off the Wheel Pottery BROSKI, Cathy Edgewood Orchard BROWN, Barrie Cappaert Gallery BROWN, Challoner Jacksonport Cottage BROWN, Donna Cupola House Gallery, Donna Brown White Barn Gallery, Fine Line BROWN, Gabe James May Gallery BROWN, MARTIN Scrimshanders BRUNETTE, Linda Jacksonport Cottage BRYAN-HANSON, Shan Cappaert Gallery BUCQUET, George Edgewood Orchard BUDZIS, Jeffrey (J Louis) Jeffrey Louis Budzis Studio BUECHNER, Matthew Edgewood Orchard BULGRIN, Kendra James May Gallery BURHANS, Ira Off the Wheel Pottery BURKE, Ellie Edgewood Orchard BURKE-SMITH, Kit James May Gallery BURMEISTER, Marion AMO Gallery BURR, George George Burr Gallery BUSCHUR, Jordan James May Gallery

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CAIN, Ned Edgewood Orchard CALENDAR OF EVENTS, p. 8 CAMERON, Clarence P. Artzy Studio CAMPBELL, Bill Off the Wheel Pottery CANNON, Greta Plum Bottom Gallery CANTRELL, Dale George Burr Gallery 9 CAPPAERT CONTEMPORARY GALLERY, p. 25, 27, 7901 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor, 920-868-3987 CAPPAERT, Ginnie Cappaert Gallery, Edgewood Orchard Carats & Karats, 9922 Water St, Ephraim, 920-854-5334 CARBOL, Betty Williams PKJ Designs CARICOF, Kathleen Edgewood Orchard CARLSEN, Barry Roal Edgewood Orchard CARLSON, Donald Fine Line CARLSON, Janet Jacksonport Cottage CARLSON, Krista Plum Bottom Gallery CARLTON, Rebecca Juddville Clay Studio & Gallery CARLYLE, Ken Back Door Studio CARPENTER, Wendy Interfibers Studio Gallery, Unitarian Universalist Gallery CAULDWELL, Courtney Washington Island A&NC CAULDWELL, Jeanne Washington Island A&NC CAULDWELL, Patti Washington Island A&NC CERINICH, Victoria Wyatts Gallery CHAMPEAU, Carol H Hartmann Sign & Art Gallery Chaudoir Glass Studio, 10130 Old Stage Ln, Sister Bay, 920-854-4825 CHAUDOIR, Gary Chaudoir Glass Studio CHAVENELLE, Gail George Burr Gallery CHECKER, Janet Paint Box Gallery CHECK-MATHIS, Lin Peninsula Jeweler CHELIUS, Carl Washington Island A&NC Chez Cheryl Art Space, 8360 High Plateau Rd, Baileys Harbor, 920-421-1690 Chief Oshkosh Native American Arts, 7631 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor, 920-868-3240 CHRISTIANS, Marlee Jacksonport Cottage CHRISTIANSON, Kirsten Woodwalk Gallery CHRISTIANSON, Rebecca Jacksonport Cottage CIESIUL, Viki J Jeffrey Taylor CIESLA, Peter & Skye Bazyli Studios, Linden Gallery, Margaret Lockwood Gallery CLABOTS, Mary Jacksonport Cottage CLARK, Bridget Idea Gallery CLARK, Cathy Jean Woodwalk Gallery CLARK, Colleen Edgewood Orchard Clay Bay Pottery & Gallery, 11650 Hwy 42, Ellison Bay, 920-854-5027 Clay on Steele Pottery Studio, 221 Steele St, Algoma, 920-487-3501 CLAYTON, Deanna Fine Line

index CLAYTON, Keith K Allen Gallery 43 CLEARING, THE, p. 53, 55, 12171 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-4088 CLEVELAND, Brett Edgewood Orchard CLIFFORD, Craig James May Gallery COHEN, Ann Jacksonport Cottage COHEN, Michael Scrimshanders COHN, Michael Clay Bay Pottery COHN, Michelle Plum Bottom Gallery COMSTOCK Jr, Robert F Erinnwood Gallery COMSTOCK, Jan Erinnwood Gallery, Mill Road Gallery CONARD, Tom Clay on Steele CONNER, Charles Scrimshanders 19 CONNIE GLOWACKI GALLERY, p. 34, 43, 9331 Spring Rd, Unit B23, Fish Creek, 608-774-4737 CONNOLLY, Dennis Algoma Atelier CONNORS, Ian James May Gallery CONWAY, Rose Marie Paint Box Gallery COOK, Benjamin James May Gallery COOK, Karen Edgewood Orchard COOKE, Alison A. Idea Gallery Cookery Restaurant & Wine Bar, 4135 Main St, Fish Creek, 920-868-3634 COONEN, Luanna Plum Bottom Gallery COONRAD, Trish Fine Line CORBY, Jean Plum Bottom Gallery CORNELL, Lorna Bell Art of Door County, Paint Box Gallery, Water Street Gallery Corner of the Past (Museum), Hwy 57 at Country Ln. &, Sister Bay, 920-854-9242 15 COTTAGE ROW FRAMING & GALLERY, p. 32, 35, 9197 Hwy 42, Fish Creek, 920-868-2626 COTTONE, Lisa Plum Bottom Gallery COULSON, Shar Idea Gallery COULTER, Andrew Cappaert Gallery 44 COUSINS WALK, p. 53, 54, 11940 Lakeview Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-1926 38 COVENTRY GALLERY, p. 49, 10547 Koessel Ln, Sister Bay COVER FEATURE, p. 28 COVOTSOS, Louis Blue Dolphin COX, Steve K Allen Gallery CRAHEN, John George Burr Gallery CRANCH, Molly Plum Bottom Gallery CRANE, Jean Unitarian Universalist Gallery CROOKS, Rita J Jeffrey Taylor CROSS, Dan Idea Gallery CROWDER, Lisa Blue Dolphin, J Jeffrey Taylor CUO, Jenny Cupola House Gallery Cupola House Art Gallery, 7836 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor, 920-868-3941 CURRAN, Rosanne Jacksonport Cottage Cynthia B Johnson Studio, 7455 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-9298 CZIPERLE, Charlotte Woodwalk Gallery

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Dale Kumbalek Tonewood, 6223 Indigo Rd, Egg Harbor, 920-737-7885 DALEY, Joeann Paint Box Gallery DALHKE, Robert Edgewood Orchard DALTON, Jane Blue Dolphin Dancin' on the Door, 4614 Harbor School Rd, Egg Harbor, 920-246-9334 DANE, Robert Edgewood Orchard DANGELO, Michele Edgewood Orchard DANIEL, Mary Jacksonport Cottage DANIELS, Peta Washington Island A&NC DANIELSON, Nicholas James May Gallery DAS, Ratindra Blue Dolphin DAVENPORT, John Woodwalk Gallery DAVIES, Kelly Idea Gallery DAVIS, Bob Margaret Lockwood Gallery DAVIS, Carol Jacksonport Cottage DAWDY, Kathy Cappaert Gallery DC Deli Restaurant, 8037 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-1361 DC Studios Inc, 2571 Cty Q, Sister Bay, 920-421-1604 DE ARTEAGA, Bonnie Idea Gallery DEBERTIN, Jack Artzy Studio Degenhardt Studio Gallery, 3791 Gibraltar Rd, Fish Creek, 920-868-5039 DEGENHARDT, Patty Patty Degenhardt Studio Gallery DEIBOLT, Alysa Cappaert Gallery Del Graphics, 9356 Greywood Road, J-4, Fish Creek, 920-868-2606 DELCARSON, Jane Del Graphics, Paint Box Gallery, Unitarian Universalist Gallery DELCARSON, Richard Del Graphics, Jacksonport Cottage DELWICHE, Kelly Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery DEMINT, Tom Paint Box Gallery DENEEN, Katy Clay Bay Pottery DENEEN, Mary & Peter Clay Bay Pottery DENISSEN, Linda Jacksonport Cottage DESOTO, Pablo K Allen Gallery DEVRIES, Nick James May Gallery DIAZ, Pat George Burr Gallery DICKINSON, Franne Toe Path Studio Gallery DICKINSON, John K Allen Gallery DICK-SCHUSTER, Stacia Lost Moth Gallery & Concerts DIETRICH, John Ellison Bay Pottery Studios DIETRICH, Margaret Ellison Bay Pottery Studios DIETRICH, Thomas Ellison Bay Pottery Studios DIGGS, Dottie Mill Road Gallery DIMITROVA, Mariyana Turtle Ridge Gallery DINNING, Lynn Cappaert Gallery DIRST, Vicki Paint Box Gallery DITTMANN, Rosie Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery DOBINSKA, Pat Paint Box Gallery

Doerr Woodworking, 4371 Cty M, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-5631 DOERR, Michael Doerr Woodworking, Martinez Studio DOLAN, James Paint Box Gallery Donna Brown White Barn Gallery, 2496 Meadow Rd, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-2883 DONOFRIO, Justin James May Gallery DONOHOO, Sue Soo Hoo Artwear DONOVAN, Jennifer Washington Island A&NC 16 DOOR COMMUNITY AUDITORIUM, p. 32, 36, 61, 3926 Hwy 42, Fish Creek, 920-868-2728 Door County Festival of Fine Arts, Waterfront Park, Sister Bay, 920-854-2812 Door County Historical Museum, 18 N 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-5809 Door County Maritime Museum, 120 N Madison St, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-5958 Door County Natural Creations, 403 W Pine St, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-4759 Door County Plein Air Festival, 920-868-3455 Door County Wisconsin Gallery, 12371 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-4119 13 Door Shakespeare, p. 5, 26, 58, 8099 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-1500 DORE, Lester Paint Box Gallery DORN, Charity Peninsula Jeweler DOUCETTE, Al Scrimshanders Dragons Keep Studio, 5815 Sunset Ln, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-5771 DRIESBACH, David Paint Box Gallery DROBNOCK, Chris James May Gallery DROSKE, Chanda James May Gallery DUDGEON, Sarah Off the Wheel Pottery DUPONT, Gerry Scrimshanders DYMEL, Ashka Blue Dolphin

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Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum, 9462 Shore Road, Fish Creek, 920-421-3636 EAKIN, Lois Fine Line Earth Art Studio, 10580 Country Walk Dr, Sister Bay, 920-854-1912 EASLEY, Cindy Peninsula Jeweler EATON, Kathleen Fine Line EBY, Loretta Blue Dolphin, J Jeffrey Taylor EDDINGS, Jimmy James May Gallery Eden North Gallery, 8099 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-2754 17 EDGEWOOD ORCHARD GALLERIES, p. 2, 32, 4140 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek, 920-868-3579 EDWARDS, Marge Jacksonport Cottage EGAN, Anne Edgewood Orchard EGGERT, Dale Edgewood Orchard EGGERT, Dan Angela Lensch Gallery EGGERT, Kathleen Edgewood Orchard EHART, Karen J Jeffrey Taylor

EINE, Ben Historic Island Dairy Gallery, Island Lavender - E, Island Lavender - WI EINER, Terri Woodwalk Gallery EINERSON, Richard PKJ Designs EKHOLM, Judi Edgewood Orchard, Paint Box Gallery ELIAS, John Blue Dolphin ELIASON, Amy Washington Island A&NC ELLIOTT, Paddy Peninsula Jeweler Ellison Bay Arts Group, www.ellisonbayarts.com Ellison Bay Pottery Studios, 12156 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-5049 ELSHOLZ, Gail Paint Box Gallery EMERSON, Minnow Edgewood Orchard EMERY, Leslie Idea Gallery 18 EMMETT JOHNS GALLERY, p. 33, 34, 9100 Hwy 42, Fish Creek, 920-868-3880 ENGLEBERT, Cathy Edgewood Orchard ENGLISH, Ron Historic Island Dairy Gallery Ephraim Clayworks, 9922 Water St, Ephraim, 920-854-4110 EPPS, M Virginia Woodwalk Gallery ERICKSON, Ann James May Gallery ERICKSON, Kimberly Blue Dolphin ERICKSON, Richard Blue Dolphin Erinnwood Studio Gallery, 7456 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-2311 ERSKINE, Holly Waters Gallery ERSKINE, Tim Waters Gallery ESKEW, Sara Blue Dolphin ESSIG, Connie Jacksonport Cottage, Washington Island A&NC EVANS, Nate & Hallie Off the Wheel Pottery EVANS, S.D. James May Gallery EVANS, Sarka Plum Bottom Gallery EVANS, Stephanie Fine Line EVERHARDUS, Sally J Jeffrey Taylor Everlasting Doodle, 6228 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor, 920-743-8704 EWOLDT, Darlys K Allen Gallery

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FAGAN, Joan Paint Box Gallery FAHL, Ann Woodwalk Gallery FAIREY, Shepard Historic Island Dairy Gallery FANG, Xiang Linden Gallery FARBER, Marcy Cousins Walk FASANI, Ruben K Allen Gallery FEHRENSEN, Rina (Mad Art) J Jeffrey Taylor FENENDAEL, Ed Cupola House Gallery, Ephraim Clayworks, Morning Mist Studio FENNER, Andrea Paint Box Gallery FERO, Shane Fine Line FICO, Angelo K Allen Gallery FIEBER, Leonard & Martha Fine Line FIELDS, Heather & John (Fields & Fields) J Jeffrey Taylor 39 FINE LINE DESIGNS GALLERY, P. 9, 49, 10376 Hwy 42, Sister Bay, 920-854-4343

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FINNERTY, Jim J Jeffrey Taylor FIRE & LIGHT Edgewood Orchard FISCHER, Terry Woodwalk Gallery FISHER, Kate Woodwalk Gallery FITCHER, Prisca Off the Wheel Pottery FITZGERALD, Brian Ephraim Clayworks FITZGERALD, Patrick Ephraim Clayworks FLAHERTY, Judy Jacksonport Cottage FLEMING, Robin Woodwalk Gallery FORREST, Doug Edgewood Orchard FORSBERG, Eric Cupola House Gallery FORTUNATO, Delores Cappaert Gallery FOWLER, Sarah James May Gallery FRANK, Ricky J Jeffrey Taylor FRANKE, David A Idea Gallery FRASER, Austin Paint Box Gallery FRAYSETH, Marcy Idea Gallery FRICKE, Jason TR Pottery FRINK, Brian James May Gallery FRITSCHKA, Jean Off the Wheel Pottery FRITZ, Kathleen Chaney Art of Door County, Water Street Gallery FRYE, Lonn Washington Island A&NC FRYE, Rae James May Gallery 40 FRYKMAN STUDIO GALLERY, p. 49, 51, 2566 S Bay Shore Dr, Sister Bay, 920-854-7351 FRYKMAN, David Frykman Studio Gallery FRYKMAN, Heather Harle Frykman Studio Gallery FRYKMAN, Lucas Frykman Studio Gallery FRYKMAN, Faith AMO Gallery, Woodwalk Gallery

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GABLE-EPSTEIN, Christine Plum Bottom Gallery Gallery at Door Peninsula Winery, 5806 Hwy 42, Carlsville, 920-743-7431x101 Gallery of Gold, 4091 Main St, Fish Creek, 920-868-9020 Gallery of the Door County Art League, Top of the Hill Shops, Suite B22, Fish Creek, 920-868-2288 GALLOWAY, Susan Blue Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery GANOUDIS, Olga Edgewood Orchard GARTNER & BLADE Edgewood Orchard GARVIN, Elizabeth Edgewood Orchard GAUMER, Dan K Allen Gallery GEARY, Joan Woodwalk Gallery GEBAUER, Tony & Renee Cookery Restaurant, TR Pottery GEBERT, Annelies TR Pottery GEIGER, Anne-Lee Washington Island A&NC GEIGER, Charles Washington Island A&NC GEIGER, Josephine Plum Bottom Gallery GELLERMAN, Kristine Martineau Edgewood Orchard GENTOLIZO, Deidre Washington Island A&NC 30 GEORGE BURR GALLERY, p. 44, 49, 10325 Hwy 42, Ephraim, 920-854-7877

GEORGE, Brent Fine Line GERARD, Mira James May Gallery GERBER, Christopher James May Gallery GERBER, Sandra Blue Dolphin GERHARTZ, Steve Fine Line GERHKE, Robert Woodwalk Gallery GEYER, Greg (Mar) J Jeffrey Taylor GIBSON, Jessica & Ian (J&I) J Jeffrey Taylor GILBERTSON, Louise Jacksonport Cottage GILCHRIST, Lynn Lynn Gilchrist Studio Gills Rock Stoneware, 12020 Lakeview Rd, Gills Rock, 920-854-2774 GILMAN, Lynn Jacksonport Cottage GILSON-PIERCE, Gail Plum Bottom Gallery GINENESS, Doug Cupola House Gallery GIRARDINI, Julie Blue Dolphin GJERDSET, Kristin Paint Box Gallery GLABE, Ann Jacksonport Cottage GLASS ACT Edgewood Orchard GLOECKLER, Raymond Paint Box Gallery GLOWACKI, Connie Connie Glowacki Gallery GODFREY, Larry Idea Gallery GOGGIO, Kristy Fine Line GOLDBERG, Adam Blue Dolphin GONZALEZ, Paul Washington Island A&NC GONZALEZ, Rose Mary Washington Island A&NC GOODALL, Leslie Cupola House Gallery GOSSLING, Maryam Paint Box Gallery GOTTLIEB, Lori Meg J Jeffrey Taylor GRABHORN, Craig James May Gallery GRAEF, Renee Jacksonport Cottage GRANDY, Jewel Lee Washington Island A&NC GRANT, Daniel (Grant/Noren) J Jeffrey Taylor GRASSE, EVIE Woodwalk Gallery GRAY, Jola Blue Dolphin Green Path Studio Gallery, 4766 Bluff Dr, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-2983 GREENWALD, Bonnie Blue Dolphin GREGORICH, Greg Cappaert Gallery GREMMER, Sara Cupola House Gallery GRESKO-LYONS, Carol Paint Box Gallery GREY, Laurel Plum Bottom Gallery GRIMES, Bruce Paint Box Gallery GROENJES, David Woodwalk Gallery GROLL, Nan Jacksonport Cottage GRUNWALD, Barry Fine Line GRUNWALD, Wes Fine Line GRUTZA, June Jacksonport Cottage GUENZEL GALLERY, p. 39, 3906 Cty F, Fish Creek, 920-868-3455 GUILETTE, Julie Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery GUNDERMAN, Karen Idea Gallery GUZMAN, Gabriel Angela Lensch Gallery GypsySoul, 143 N 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-495-1342

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HAAG, Roger Scaturo's Café HAAS, Steven Edgewood Orchard HAID, Melissa Off the Wheel Pottery HALE, Susan Edgewood Orchard HALLSTROM, Helen Jacksonport Cottage HALVORSEN, Carol Peninsula Jeweler HAMILTON, Mary Paint Box Gallery HAMILTON, Pamela Edgewood Orchard HANCOCK, Courtney Off the Wheel Pottery HANDLER, Audrey Edgewood Orchard Hands On Art Studio, 3655 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek, 920-868-9311 HANEY, Alan Jacksonport Cottage HANEY, Cherie Idea Gallery HANG, Thu Linden Gallery HANKS, Gary Washington Island A&NC, Woodwalk Gallery HANKS, Steve Cupola House Gallery Hanseatic Art Gallery, 3060 Hwy Q, Ephraim, 920-854-4312 HANSEN, Harold Cupola House Gallery HANSEN, Jon Ellison Bay Pottery Studios HANSON, Ingrid (Hanson & Kastles) Blue Dolphin, J Jeffrey Taylor HANSON, Kellie Plum Bottom Gallery HANSON, Ken Blue Dolphin HANSON, Ken (Hanson & Kastles) J Jeffrey Taylor HANSON, Tricia T Simon Jewelers HARDY GALLERY, p. 40, Anderson Dock, Ephraim, 920-854-5535 HARRIE, Paul Edgewood Orchard HARRISBERGER, Lynn J Jeffrey Taylor HART, Jan Off the Wheel Pottery HARTLEY, Scott Fine Line 41 HARTMANN SIGNS & ART GALLERY, p. 52, 10673 Sumac Ln, Sister Bay, 920-854-5378 HARTMANN, Bonnie Paint Box Gallery HATCH, Nathan Edgewood Orchard HAUSER, Patricia Peninsula Jeweler HAYS, Jodi James May Gallery HE, Qi Linden Gallery HEDBLOM, Dave & Judy J Jeffrey Taylor HEGLAND, Peder Clay Bay Pottery HEIMBACH, Dennis Edgewood Orchard HEINRICHS, Mitch Mitch Heinrichs Gallery HELSCHER, Nan Fine Line HENDERSON, Doug & Barbara Woodwalk Gallery HENDRICKS, Eric Plum Bottom Gallery HERBECK, Ed Cupola House Gallery Hermke Timm Studio, 5008 South Cave Point Dr, Valmy, 920-743-2768 HERSCHBERGER, Patty Washington Island A&NC HESS, Candice Methe James May Gallery HEYSE, Ann Jacksonport Cottage HEYSE, Karen Jacksonport Cottage

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ISLAND PLAYERS, p. 54, 56, 60, K 870 Main St, Washington Island, K Allen Gallery, 2571 Cty Q, Sister Bay, 920-847-2215 920-854-4100 IVACIC, Joseph K Allen Gallery K Avenson Photography, 24 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-559-0504 J KAFTAN, Joseph Edgewood Orchard 27 J JEFFREY TAYLOR, p. 34, KAFTAN, Niki Woodwalk Gallery 4175 Main St, Fish Creek, KAMENICK, Rebecca Jacksonport 920-868-3033 Cottage JACKSON, Laura J Jeffrey Taylor Jacksonport Cottage - Gallery & Gifts, KAPOLNEK, Kate Jacksonport Cottage 6275 Hwy 57, Jacksonport, 920-823-2288 Karen Overbeck's Mosaic Garden, 5338 Cty TT, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-0179 JACOBUCCI, Louis Clay on Steele KARG, Rollin J Jeffrey Taylor JAHNKE, Jan Woodwalk Gallery Kari Anderson Studio, 6844 Cty T, James May Gallery, 213 S Steele St, Jacksonport Algoma, 262-753-3130 KARL WILEN, John George Burr Gallery JAMES, Peter J Jeffrey Taylor KASTER, Lavaun Paint Box Gallery JAMES, Sandy TR Pottery KAU, Dagmar Paint Box Gallery JAROSH, Jon Jacksonport Cottage KAUSS, Ali James May Gallery Jason Mann Photography Studio, 242 Michigan St, Sturgeon Bay, 920-246-8106 KEARNEY, Ann Plum Bottom Gallery KEEFE, Shelby Fine Line JAUQUET, William Edgewood Orchard KEIM, Anna Jacksonport Cottage JEFFCOAT, Pamela PKJ Designs KEISER, Sandi Woodwalk Gallery Jeffrey Louis Budzis Studio, 1595 Old KELLY, Tamara J Jeffrey Taylor School Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-4728 KELLY-BENTGEN, Christy Woodwalk JENKINS, Debra Reid Fine Line Gallery JENKINS, Jim Scrimshanders KERN, Mike James May Gallery JENZ, Tom Woodwalk Gallery JEURINK, Chrystal Jacksonport Cottage KHALSA, Ananda Edgewood Orchard Kimz Gallery Café, 229 Louisiana Ave, Jim Leathem's Door Images Studio/ Sturgeon Bay, 920-818-0558 Gallery, 2366 Log Cabin Ln, Sister Bay, KING, Marjorie George Burr Gallery 920-854-4008 KING, Stacy Fine Line JMC Specialties LLC Artzy Studio KINKEAD, Rebecca Edgewood Orchard JOHNS, Emmett Emmett Johns Gallery, Madison Avenue Wine Shop, Paint Box KIRACOFE, Daniel Scrimshanders Gallery KIRACOFE, Gary Scrimshanders JOHNSON, Cynthia Barnes Cynthia B KIRCHOFF, Audrey Paint Box Gallery Johnson Studio KIRKLAND, Diane Woodwalk Gallery JOHNSON, Fred Paint Box Gallery KIRKLAND, Joanne Ellison Bay Pottery JOHNSON, Jim Edgewood Orchard Studios JOHNSON, Kerrick K Allen Gallery KISDONK, Darlene Turtle Ridge Gallery JOHNSON, Mary Cottage Row KLEIN, Jeana James May Gallery JOHNSON, Peter Art of Door County, Water KLEIN, Paul Fine Line Street Gallery KLEMAN, Rose Plum Bottom Gallery I JOHNSTON, Beth Fine Line KLISS, Bob & Laurie (Klizewski Glass) IBAR, Julie Briede Edgewood Orchard JOLLEY, Richard Edgewood Orchard J Jeffrey Taylor 6 IDEA GALLERY, p. 7, 24, JONES, Judy Barnewolt Washington KLITZMAN, Ken Jacksonport Cottage 6551 Cty T, West Jacksonport, Island A&NC KLOETZKE, Don Cupola House Gallery 920-655-1340 JONES, Richard Cappaert Gallery KLUG, Gretchen Edgewood Orchard IMAN, Erica James May Gallery JONES, Win Paint Box Gallery KNAACK, Terrill Fine Line IMBSWEILER, Regina Edgewood Orchard JORGENSON, Lora Washington Island KNOCHE, Adam James May Gallery IMMERMAN, Steve Fine Line A&NC KNUTSON, Lara Plum Bottom Gallery Ingwersen Studio/Gallery, 2029 Old JORGENSON, Steve Frykman Studio KOCH, Robert Washington Island A&NC Stage Rd, Sister Bay, 920-854-4072 Gallery KOCHANOWSKI, Boleslaw Edgewood INGWERSEN, James J. Ingwersen Studio/ JORNS, Jaime Clay on Steele Orchard Gallery, LaMere House Antiques JOUBERT, Polly Fine Line KOCONIS, James Woodwalk Gallery Interfibers Studio Gallery, 9204 Silk Rd, Juddville Clay Studio & Gallery, KOENIG, Hal Fine Line Fish Creek, 920-868-3580 8496 Hwy 42, Juddville, 920-868-2021 KOENIG, Linda Edgewood Orchard IRELAND, Michael Fine Line Judi Nelson Studio, 1940 Scandia Rd, KOEPPE, Mary Jacksonport Cottage Island Lavender, 10432 Water St, Sister Bay, 920-915-0046 Ephraim, 920-737-1531 KOEPSEL, Dan Scrimshanders Island Orchard Cider, 12040 N Garrett KOLINSKI, Mark Clay on Steele Bay Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-3344 KORIOTH, Anke Woodwalk Gallery KOSHALEK, Cynthia L Artzy Studio HICKS, Giselle James May Gallery HILMER, Betty Jacksonport Cottage HINES, Mark J Jeffrey Taylor HINTZE, Rick James May Gallery Historic Island Dairy Gallery, 1309 Range Line Rd, Washington Island, 920-737-1531 HOBERG, Susen Idea Gallery HODGELL, PC Paint Box Gallery HODGELL, Robert Paint Box Gallery HODGES, Carol Washington Island A&NC HOFFMANN, Susan Fine Line HOGAN, Grace Cappaert Gallery HOLMES, Elodie Fine Line HOLZNECHT, Stephanie Woodwalk Gallery HOMSTAD, Carl Clay Bay Pottery HORGAN, Debbe Woodwalk Gallery HORN, Marilyn Jacksonport Cottage HORTON, Eben J Jeffrey Taylor HOSTERMAN, Holly (Holly Yashi) J Jeffrey Taylor HOTCHKISS, Joel Blue Dolphin HOUSTON, Lynda Plum Bottom Gallery HOWARD, Kate Plum Bottom Gallery HOWELL, Marta J Jeffrey Taylor HSU, JonPiere Plum Bottom Gallery HUBBARD, Rozanne Edgewood Orchard HUBBELL, Corey J Jeffrey Taylor HUDSON, Michael J Jeffrey Taylor HUFFMAN, Kate & Jere Clay Bay Pottery HUNT, Jan Cupola House Gallery, Paint Box Gallery HUNT, Sonji Woodwalk Gallery HUNTER, Charlie Edgewood Orchard HUNTER, Rick J Jeffrey Taylor HUNT-WULKOWICZ, Susan Cupola House Gallery, Paint Box Gallery HUSS, Pat Woodwalk Gallery HUTCHCROFT, Laura Blue Dolphin HUTCHINSON, Adam Clay Bay Pottery HYMES, David Idea Gallery HYSON, Diane Jacksonport Cottage

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KOTT, Chris Jacksonport Cottage KOZMA, Brigitte Algoma Atelier, Art of Door County, Mill Road Gallery, Water Street Gallery KRANSBERGER, Jan Fine Line KRAUSE, Monica J Jeffrey Taylor KRAUSE, Paul Paul David Fine Jewelry & Gallery KRAUSE, Susan Cupola House Gallery KREISSL, Kurt Cappaert Gallery KROLCZYK, Molly Edgewood Orchard KRUSE, Joy J Jeffrey Taylor KUBLY, Lucy J Jeffrey Taylor KUHN, Jon K Allen Gallery KUHNS, Jeanne Lost Moth Gallery & Concerts KUIPER, Irene Washington Island A&NC KULVE, Sarah Te Aude Jewelers KUPINSKY, Debbie James May Gallery KURTEN, Dot Jacksonport Cottage KUSE, Diane Jacksonport Cottage KWASNY, David Idea Gallery

LAUENSTEIN, Fritz Blue Dolphin LAUGER, Dylan Plum Bottom Gallery LAZZERONI, Ed Fine Line LE, Trinh Linden Gallery LEATHAM, Jim Jim Leathem's Door Images Studio/Gallery LEE, Jennifer Brew Coffee House, Toe Path Studio Gallery LEE-ROSELAND, Claudette Idea Gallery LEIN-SVENCNER, Laura Woodwalk Gallery LEIPSKI, Scott Cappaert Gallery LEMBERGER, Ami Cupola House Gallery LEMKE, William J Jeffrey Taylor Len Villano Photography, 6025 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, 920-559-1438 LENSCH, Angela Angela Lensch Gallery, Margaret Lockwood Gallery, Unitarian Universalist Gallery LENSKI, Heidi Jacksonport Cottage LENZ, Lezlie Paint Box Gallery LENZ-CRAMPTON, Elizabeth Paint Box Gallery L LEPPLA, David & Melanie Fine Line LACEY, David Fine Line LEVENHAGEN, Ellen Clay on Steele LACOUETTE, Leonie Blue Dolphin LEVIN, Ed Edgewood Orchard LACROIX, Helen Paint Box Gallery LEWIS, Helen Cappaert Gallery LAHEY, Karen Scrimshanders LEWIS, Sam Paint Box Gallery LAING, Catherine Edgewood Orchard 3 LILY BAY POTTERY, p. 13, 22, LAK-CAMPBELL, Erika Jacksonport 3450 N Lake Michigan Dr, Cottage Sturgeon Bay, 920-412-4872 LAKIN, Kim James May Gallery Linden Gallery, 12001 Mink River Rd, LaLUZERNE, Lynn Lynn's Pottery Gallery Ellison Bay, 920-854-2487 & Studio LINDEN, Tom Woodwalk Gallery LaMere House Antiques, 6329 Hwy 57, LINDSAY, David Edgewood Orchard Baileys Harbor, 920-823-2150 LINGENHAG, Randeen Jacksonport LAMPI, Lenore Cappaert Gallery Cottage LANDERMAN, Kristine Marie Clay Bay LINGS, Paul & Anne Carats & Karats Pottery LINK GALLERY, p. 39, Fish Creek LANDERS, Liz Plum Bottom Gallery LINNABARY, Cynthia Woodwalk Gallery LANDWEHR, Ellen Washington Island LITTLETON/VOGEL, John/Kate A&NC Edgewood Orchard LANDWEHR, Jerry Washington Island 21 LIZ MALTMAN, p. 34, 44 A&NC LOCATELLI, Lindsay James May Gallery LANGENBERG, Karla George Burr Gallery LOCKE, Patricia Edgewood Orchard LANGENECKER, Steve Fine Line LOCKWOOD, Margaret Cookery LANGLOIS, Flora Edgewood Orchard, Restaurant, Margaret Lockwood Gallery Paint Box Gallery LOEBER & LOOK Edgewood Orchard LANPHIER, Mynn Woodwalk Gallery LOGERQUIST, Kirsten Turtle Ridge Gallery LANZER, Elizabeth Paint Box Gallery LOHMILLER, Nancy Cupola House Gallery LAPP, Anna Jacksonport Cottage LOHR, Colleen Woodwalk Gallery LAPP, Barbara Jacksonport Cottage LOLLIPOP POTTERY Off the Wheel Pottery LAPP, Mary Jacksonport Cottage LONG, Timothy Back Door Studio 32 LARDIERE GALLERY & STUDIO, Lost Moth Gallery, 7975 Hwy 42, IFC, p. 44, 9868 Hidden Spring Rd, Egg Harbor, 920-495-2928 Ephraim, 920-854-1885 LOT, Joanna Blue Dolphin LARDIERE, Geoffrey Lardiere Gallery LOTTEN, Charles and Daniel Zabler & Studio Design Jewelers LARSON, Bob Art of Door County, LOTTON, Tim K Allen Gallery Water Street Gallery LUBERGER, Angela Olson Plum Bottom LARSON, Deb Stroh AMO Gallery Gallery LARSON, Jeanne Fine Line LUBERGER, Chad Plum Bottom Gallery LARSON, Roberta L. Paint Box Gallery LUECK, Brady Fine Line LAUDERMILK, Rick Cupola House Gallery

index LUEDTKE, Frank Blue Dolphin LUKES, Mason Clay on Steele Lynn Gilchrist Studio, 361 N 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-9257 45 LYNN'S POTTERY GALLERY & STUDIO, p. 53, 12030 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-421-4384 LYON, Kim Algoma Atelier, Jacksonport Cottage LYONS, R. Charlie Paint Box Gallery

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MACEJKOVIC, Janet Fine Line MADDY, Michael (Mad Art) J Jeffrey Taylor Madison Avenue Wine Shop, 25 S Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-746-0872 MADSEN, Stephany Paint Box Gallery MAGAKIS, Gary K Allen Gallery MAGIL, Megan James May Gallery MAIN, Steven Fine Line MALTMAN, Liz Cookery Restaurant, Fine Line, Marisch Art MANCEL, Dan Jacksonport Cottage MANDLI, Alex Edgewood Orchard MANGER, Barbara Idea Gallery MANN, Jason Jason Mann Photography Studio MANNING, Mara Cappaert Gallery Maple Grove Gallery, 9098 Cty F, Fish Creek, 920-839-2693 MARANA, Alberta Fine Line MARCOTTE, Tim Edgewood Orchard MARDAR, Stephany Paint Box Gallery Margaret Lockwood Gallery, 7 S 2nd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-493-3635 MARI, Jane George Burr Gallery MARONEK, Jim Silver Poplar Studios MARSHALL, Alex Blue Dolphin MARTIA, Dianne Woodwalk Gallery MARTIN, Susan Blue Dolphin MARTINEZ STUDIO, p. 28, 5877 Hwy 57, Jacksonport, 920-823-2154 MARTINEZ, Sandra, p.28 Martinez Studio MARTINEZ, Wence, p. 28 Madison Avenue Wine Shop, Martinez Studio MASSUCH, Roberta James May Gallery MAU, Marjorie Idea Gallery MAURAD, Moonan Off the Wheel Pottery MAURER, Nathan Zabler Design Jewelers McBRIDE, Kim Cappaert Gallery McCARTNEY, Butch Madison Avenue Wine Shop McCARTNEY, Mike Madison Avenue Wine Shop McCARTNEY, Stevi Lee Madison Avenue Wine Shop McCOY, Gail Plum Bottom Gallery McCURDY, Bob Eden North Gallery McDONALD, John J Jeffrey Taylor McGUIRE, Cynthia DC Deli Restaurant, Water Street Gallery McHOLLAND, James Paint Box Gallery

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McKENNA, Jeanne Idea Gallery McKENZIE, Kyle James May Gallery McMURRAY, Julia F Paint Box Gallery McNAMARA, John Paint Box Gallery McNEIL, Diane Ellison Bay Pottery Studios McVAY, Callahan Edgewood Orchard MEADER, Cathy Washington Island A&NC MEADOWS ART GALLERY, p. 40, 10560 Applewood Rd, Sister Bay, 920-854-2317 MEER, Jacob James May Gallery MEILAHN, Michael K Allen Gallery MEINERS, Lynn Cupola House Gallery MEIREN, Petra Blue Dolphin MELZER GALLERY, p. 41, 3821 Cty E, Egg Harbor, 920-868-3763 MENDLA, Joseph Cappaert Gallery MENDLA, Mary Edgewood Orchard MENGERT, Carl Blue Dolphin, Paint Box Gallery MERCER, Kevin R James May Gallery MERKLE, Melissa Cottage Row MERT, Didem James May Gallery MERTZ, Nancie King Linden Gallery MESSENGER, Shawn Edgewood Orchard MESSICCI, Joe Woodwalk Gallery METALLIC EVOLUTION Off the Wheel Pottery MEYER, Deborah George Burr Gallery MICHAUD, Michael Vincent Edgewood Orchard MICHEL, Ginger Jacksonport Cottage MICKEVICIUS, Ray Blue Dolphin MIDSUMMER'S MUSIC FESTIVAL, p. 61, 10568 Country Walk Ln, Sister Bay, 920-854-7088 MIESROW, Laura Paint Box Gallery MILIERIS, Edwardo (Watchcraft) J Jeffrey Taylor 42 MILL ROAD GALLERY, BC, p. 52, 2328 Mill Road, Sister Bay, 920-854-4416 4 MILLER ART MUSEUM, p. 22, 38 107 S 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-746-0707 MILLER, Fay Blue Dolphin MILLER, Gerhard C.F. Miller Art Museum, Paint Box Gallery MILLER, Jane Washington Island A&NC MILLER, Rosie Jacksonport Cottage MILLER, Tim George Burr Gallery MILLER-THOMPSON, Sharon Plum Bottom Gallery MILLIGAN, Kerry Green Path Studio Gallery MILLONIG, Bill Fine Line MIOTKE, Anne Edgewood Orchard MISCHE, Elyse-Krista James May Gallery Mitch Heinrichs Gallery, 8896 Spring Rd, Fish Creek, 414-840-4800 MITCHELL, Gini Idea Gallery MITCHELL, Megan Off the Wheel Pottery MITCHELL, Steve Turtle Ridge Gallery

MONTGOMERY, Noah Off the Wheel Pottery MONTOYA/ORTIZ, Luis/Leslie Edgewood Orchard MOORE, Charlie Scrimshanders MORGAN, David Margaret Lockwood Gallery MORIARTY, Marge Woodwalk Gallery Morning Mist Studio, 3829 Fairview Rd, Baileys Harbor, 920-868-9282 MORTINSON, Ken & Sue Cappaert Gallery MORTL, Deb Fine Line MOTAWI, Nawal Edgewood Orchard MR BRAINWASH Historic Island Dairy Gallery MUELLER, Richard Edgewood Orchard MULLAN, Jim and Tori Fine Line MURPHY, Pam Fine Line MYTTY, Melissa James May Gallery

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NACHREINER, Tom Edgewood Orchard NAM, Yoonmi James May Gallery NANFELT, Chesea Adele James May Gallery NAYLOR, Karen K Allen Gallery NELSON, Gail Woodwalk Gallery NELSON, Judi Judi Nelson Studio NELSON, Tom Artzy Studio NEWKIRK, Peter Paint Box Gallery NEWQUIST, Karen Clay on Steele NEWSTAT, Barry Edgewood Orchard NGUYEN, Quang Binh Linden Gallery NGUYEN, Van Cong Linden Gallery 35 NICHOLAS STELTER, p. 46, 50 NICKOLS, Marcia Mill Road Gallery, PKJ Designs NIEDZIAKOWSKI, Janice Cupola House Gallery NIENOW, Nathaniel Scrimshanders NILSEN, Jim J Jeffrey Taylor NILSSON, Robert (B&R) J Jeffrey Taylor NIMMER, Sheila Rocks of Ages NOBBE, Maxine George Burr Gallery NOLAN, Erin Plum Bottom Gallery NOLT, Alma Jacksonport Cottage NOLT, Mary Jacksonport Cottage NOONAN, Sonja Washington Island A&NC NOREN, Ingela (Grant/Noren) J Jeffrey Taylor NORGARD, Sam James May Gallery 22 NORTHERN SKY THEATRE, p. 36, 41, 59, 920-854-6117 NORTON, Jim Plum Bottom Gallery

OFF, Audrey M AMO Gallery, Jacksonport Cottage O'KEEFE, Rick Scrimshanders OLIVERSON, Larry J Jeffrey Taylor OLIVIERI, Jeanne Woodwalk Gallery OLLMANN, Stacy Lee Cappaert Gallery OLSON, Abigail Clay Bay Pottery OLSON, Charlie James May Gallery OLSON, Dale Edgewood Orchard OLSON, Deborah George Burr Gallery OLSON, Everett Jacksonport Cottage OLSON, Gretchen Off the Wheel Pottery OLSON, Kristine Jacksonport Cottage O'NEIL, Laurette Turtle Ridge Gallery OPPENHIEM, Liz Plum Bottom Gallery ORR, Rita Blue Dolphin ORTHOBER, Gary Fine Line ORTNER-BLAKE, Lorraine George Burr Gallery OSBURN, Carole George Burr Gallery OTFINOSKI, Peter Fine Line OTTUM, Barbara Woodwalk Gallery OUIMETTE, George Idea Gallery OVERBECK, Karin Karen Overbeck's Mosaic Garden, Paint Box Gallery

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PAINT BOX GALLERY, p. 46, 53, 10426 Hwy 42, Ephraim, 920-854-4435 PAPE, Sandra McCutcheon Woodwalk Gallery PARKER, Cheryl Stidwell Chez Cheryl Art Space PARSONS, Jay Washington Island A&NC PARUCH, Bonnie Fine Line PATEL, Dawn Brilliant Stranger Studio PATT, Richard Fine Line PATTERSON, Faith Paint Box Gallery Paul David Fine Jewelry & Gallery, 4158 Main St, Fish Creek, 920-868-9993 PAULSEN-CHMIELEWSKI, Terra Woodwalk Gallery PAYNE, Don & Carolyn Stillwoods Fine Art Studio & Gallery PAYNE, Jeanette Blue Dolphin PEARCE, Annie J Jeffrey Taylor PECHACEK, Liz James May Gallery PEDERSON, Ryan Ephraim Clayworks PEDLER, Kim Peninsula Jeweler PEDLER, Tami Peninsula Jeweler PENET, Mary Idea Gallery Peninsula Jeweler, 125 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-7793 PENINSULA MUSIC FESTIVAL, p. 61, O 10347 Hwy 42, Unit B, Fish Creek, OBERMAYER, Ana Blue Dolphin 920-854-4060 O'BRIEN, Carol J Jeffrey Taylor 23 PENINSULA PLAYERS THEATRE, O'BRIEN, Connor Cappaert Gallery p. 32, 36, 58, O'DELL, Spike Back Door Studio 4351 Peninsula Players Rd, 10 OFF THE WHEEL POTTERY, p. 25, Fish Creek, 920-868-3287 4234 Cty E, Egg Harbor, 24 PENINSULA SCHOOL OF ART, 920-868-9608 p. 36, 37, 3900 County F, Fish Creek, 920-868-3455 33

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Pereira's Wood Works, Top of the Hill Shops #A-15, Fish Creek, 920-868-9663 PERKINS, David Scrimshanders PERNU, Bob Scrimshanders PERRODIN, Amber James May Gallery PERRY, Judith Washington Island A&NC PERRY, Ursula Plum Bottom Gallery PERRYMAN, Fred Edgewood Orchard Gallery PETERMAN, Spencer Blue Dolphin PETERSON, Angela Fine Line PETERSON, Charles L. AMO Gallery, Anderson House, Cottage Row, Paint Box Gallery PETERSON, Eric James May Gallery PETERSON, George K Allen Gallery PETERSON, Sandra Jacksonport Cottage, Scaturo's Café PETRILLO, Claire Scrimshanders PFEIFER, Jake Blue Dolphin PFLUGHOEFT, Carol Plum Bottom Gallery PFLUGHOEFT, Mark Plum Bottom Gallery PHILABAUM, Tom Edgewood Orchard PHILLIPS, Liz Woodwalk Gallery PIEPER, Greg Off the Wheel Pottery PIEPER, Kenny K Allen Gallery Pier Studio & Gallery, 9341 Spring Rd., Unit B16, Fish Creek, 920-868-2253 PIER, Brian Pier Studio & Gallery Pipka's of Door County, 2340 Mill Rd, Sister Bay, 920-854-4392 PISHGAHI, Reza Idea Gallery 34 PKJ DESIGNS / MICHAEL BEASTER FURNITURE, p. 46, 1000 Pioneer Ln, Ephraim, 920-854-9229 PLACE, Sandra Clay Bay Pottery, Paint Box Gallery PLICHTA, Christina Woodwalk Gallery PLOUGHE, Susan Linden Gallery 11 PLUM BOTTOM GALLERY, p. 26, 72, 4999 Plum Bottom Rd, Egg Harbor, 920-743-2819 POEHLMANN, Joanna Paint Box Gallery Points North Gallery, 529 Bay Shore Drive, Sister Bay, 920-854-1811 POLLERA, Daniel Art of Door County, Water Street Gallery 31 POLLY JOUBERT, p. 44, 50 POMPLUN, Georgene Edgewood Orchard POND, Jerry Cupola House Gallery 5 POPELKA TRENCHARD STUDIO, p. 17, 22, 64 S 2nd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-7287 POPELKA, Jeremy Edgewood Orchard, Popelka Trenchard Studio PORTER, Richard Paint Box Gallery POWELL, Ann Fine Line POWELL, Julie Plum Bottom Gallery POZYCINSKI, Joseph & Georgia Edgewood Orchard PRESSLER, Michelle Plum Bottom Gallery PRICE, Rachel Edgewood Orchard PRISTAS, Tracy Lynn Fine Line

PROHL, Tom Cappaert Gallery PROKASH, Cami Peninsula Jeweler PUBLIC GALLERIES ARTICLE, p. 38

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QUALBEN, Jonathon Fine Line QUARTETTI, Leonard Kimz Gallery Café QUEBE, Liz Plum Bottom Gallery

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RADTKE, Barbara Paint Box Gallery RAND, Barbara Edgewood Orchard Ranly Maritime Gallery, 1009 Egg Harbor Rd #101, Sturgeon Bay, 920-559-6194 RASMUSSEN, Randy AMO Gallery RASMUSSEN, Sue Jacksonport Cottage REAVIS, Kerri Ann Woodwalk Gallery REED, Dana J Jeffrey Taylor REGNERY, Dick and Gretchen Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery REGULA, Ingrid Edgewood Orchard REHMER, Ed Jacksonport Cottage REID, Bill Edgewood Orchard REID, Christine Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery REID, Rhonda Peninsula Jeweler REILING, Jude Ryan Fine Line RESCH, Melissa Idea Gallery REUBEL, Frank J Jeffrey Taylor REUTER, Krista Cappaert Gallery RICHARDS, Cate James May Gallery RICHARDSON, Deborah J Jeffrey Taylor RICHARDSON, Sarah J Jeffrey Taylor RICHTER, Joann Jacksonport Cottage RICKARD, Robert J Jeffrey Taylor RIEMER, David Angela Lensch Gallery RIGGLE, Laura Washington Island A&NC RINKLEFF, Erik Scrimshanders RISCH, Rick Marisch Art RITCHEY, Gale J Jeffrey Taylor, White Rose Healing Arts Studio RIVKA, Aimee Plum Bottom Gallery Rob Williams Studio Gallery, 753 Isle View Rd, Gills Rock, 920-854-9823 2 ROBERT RAY GALLERY, p. 21, 22 520 Parkway St, Algoma 920-495-6677 ROBERTS, Philippa J Jeffrey Taylor ROBISON, Patrick/Karen Blue Dolphin Rocks of Ages, 405 St John St, Luxemburg, 920-845-1755 RODERICK, Lori Edgewood Orchard ROENNING, Kristi Woodwalk Gallery ROETZER, Donna Jacksonport Cottage ROGERS, Dale Edgewood Orchard ROJAS, Ram Woodwalk Gallery ROMULUS, Teraki/Bisson Martinez Studio ROSCHYK, Maggie J Jeffrey Taylor ROSE, Jim Edgewood Orchard ROSENBERGER, Robert Scrimshanders ROSS, Ileen Clay on Steele ROTZOLL, Harold Paint Box Gallery ROZNOWSKI, Roger Jacksonport Cottage RUNKLE, Matthew Paint Box Gallery

index RUSCHMAN, Pamela Edgewood Orchard RUSH, Tommie Pratt Edgewood Orchard RUTH, Doug J Jeffrey Taylor RUTHERFORD, Julie Angela Lensch Gallery, Jacksonport Cottage RUTKOFSKE, George Jacksonport Cottage

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SACHS, Sue Edgewood Orchard SALOUTOS, Dematra Linden Gallery SALOV, Amanda James May Gallery SAMPLE, Joan George Burr Gallery SANDERS, Gerald George Burr Gallery SANDERS, Judy Jacksonport Cottage SANTINI, Michael Idea Gallery SARON, Dianne Paint Box Gallery SARTEKIN, Meral (Kelim) J Jeffrey Taylor Savory Spoon Cooking School, 12042 Hwy 42, Ellison Bay, 920-854-6600 SAYERS, John A. Edgewood Orchard SCANDIN, Mary Jo Blue Dolphin Scaturo's Café, 19 Green Bay Rd, Sturgeon Bay, 920-746-8727 SCHABES, April Jacksonport Cottage, Off the Wheel Pottery SCHAPPE-YOUENS, Lori Cappaert Gallery SCHEIDER, Lorel Jacksonport Cottage SCHERER, David J Jeffrey Taylor SCHERER, Duane Blue Dolphin SCHMELZER, John Paint Box Gallery SCHMIDT, Jack K Allen Gallery SCHMIDT, Scot George Burr Gallery SCHMITT, Sandra McKenzie Washington Island A&NC SCHNEIDER, John Fine Line SCHNEIDER, Ken Edgewood Orchard SCHNEIDER, Olaf Edgewood Orchard SCHOCH, Sally Blue Dolphin SCHOENECKER, Lynne Woodwalk Gallery SCHROEDER, Janet J Jeffrey Taylor SCHUBERT, Susan Washington Island A&NC SCHULTE, Joseph Paint Box Gallery SCHULTZ, Steven Cupola House Gallery SCHWALLER, Renee Margaret Lockwood Gallery, Off the Wheel Pottery SCIMECA, Claudia Woodwalk Gallery SCOTT, Alice Plum Bottom Gallery SCOTT, Robinson Idea Gallery SCRATTISH, Sharon Woodwalk Gallery Scrimshanders, 10353 N Water St, Ephraim, 920-854-5407 SEAGARD, Tom Algoma Atelier, Art of Door County, Mill Road Gallery, Water Street Gallery SEALY, Phil Cupola House Gallery SEAQUIST, Bonnie Ephraim Clayworks, Off the Wheel Pottery SEAR, David Fine Line SECKLER, Frank Blue Dolphin SEEGER, Sue Woodwalk Gallery SEIDL, Lynn Aude Jewelers SEILER, Larry Edgewood Orchard

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SENN, Joan & Tim Paint Box Gallery Settlement Shops, 9106 State Highway 42, Fish Creek, 920-868-2743 SEVOSS, Allan Fine Line SHACKELFORD, Sandra Idea Gallery SHAFER, Marvin Blue Dolphin SHANNON, Kerri Artzy Studio SHAPIRO, Emilie Fine Line SHAW, Christa Scrimshanders SHAW, Julie Edgewood Orchard SHEARD, Linda Lily Bay Pottery SHERMAN, Michael George Burr Gallery Shimmering Water Studio, 6433 Bay Shore Dr, Egg Harbor, 920-743-6255 SHIPPERLEY, George Edgewood Orchard SHREFFLER, Barb Woodwalk Gallery SHULL, Linda Blue Dolphin SIBILSKY, Bren Algoma Atelier, Mill Road Gallery SIBILSKY, Randal Algoma Atelier 48 SIEVERS SCHOOL OF FIBER ARTS, p. 54, 56, 986 Jackson Harbor Rd, Washington Island, 920-847-2264 Silver Poplar Studios, 1519 East Door Bluff Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-2106 SIMMONS, Wayne Wayne Caldwell Simmons Studio Gallery SIMONSEN, Richard Idea Gallery SIMORTE, Jessica James May Gallery SINGSAAS, Ann Fine Line SINNETT, Dee Sweet Meadow Studio SIRINSKY, Marc Woodwalk Gallery SIRKUS, Cheryl (Sierra) J Jeffrey Taylor SISSCO, Ron Plum Bottom Gallery Sister Bay Advancement Group, Sister Bay, 920-854-2812 SISULAK, Mary Ellen Turtle Ridge Gallery SIWE, Tom Washington Island A&NC SKAAGS, Thomas Fine Line SKALKA, Patricia Jacksonport Cottage SKINNER, Steve Plum Bottom Gallery SKUPNIEWITZ, Thomas Edgewood Orchard SMITH, Colette Odya Woodwalk Gallery SMITH, Dale H Woodwalk Gallery SMITH, David Linden Gallery, Scrimshanders, Woodwalk Gallery SMITH, Janet Blue Dolphin SMITH, Lesley Bruce Turtle Ridge Gallery SMITH, Matthew Fine Line SMITH, Patty Carmody Fine Line SMITH, Richard Bell Woodwalk Gallery SMOLAK, Louis Paint Box Gallery, Unitarian Universalist Gallery SNYDER, Evelyn George Burr Gallery SNYDER, Julie Blue Dolphin SOCZKA, Amy James May Gallery SOLOMON, Beth J Jeffrey Taylor SOMERS, Frederick D. Edgewood Orchard

Soo Hoo Artwear, 1597 Birch Rd, Baileys Harbor, 920-421-0449 SOSTROM, Brian James May Gallery SOUKUP, Robert Door Peninsula Winery Art Gallery SPAHN, Doris Jacksonport Cottage SPAUD, Hannah Peninsula Jeweler SPROGUE-TOPELMANN, Ellen Art of Door County, Hanseatic Art Gallery, Water Street Gallery SQUIRES, Rick Woodwalk Gallery ST JOHN, Lee Jacksonport Cottage 25 STACEY SMALL RUPP, p. 37, 43, AMO Gallery, Cottage Row STANASZEK, Kathryn Takuskana Studio STANGER, Arlene Woodwalk Gallery STANGER, Steve Woodwalk Gallery STANKARD, Paul J. Edgewood Orchard STARK, Alfred Woodwalk Gallery STAROSKA, Tony Juddville Clay Studio & Gallery STEFFEN, Diane Algoma Atelier STEINFELDT, Sr. Clarice Jacksonport Cottage STEINHAGEN, Chris Jacksonport Cottage STEINMETZ, Peter Paint Box Gallery STELTER, Nicholas Fine Line STELTER, Sharon Blue Dolphin STERBA, Antonin Paint Box Gallery STERNARD, Lee Paint Box Gallery STEVENS, Cheryl Jacksonport Cottage STICKS FURNITURE Fine Line STIERNA, Patsy Door County Natural Creations 46 STILLWOODS ART, p. 53, 11930 Lakeview Road, Ellison Bay, 920-421-0687 STONE, Eva J Jeffrey Taylor Stoneware by Prisca, 5712 Salona Rd, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-4124 STOUT, Jacob K Allen Gallery STOVER, Tim K Allen Gallery STROMQUIST, Anne Cupola House Gallery STUBENVOLL, Karl Gallery of Gold Sturgeon Bay Fine Arts Fair, Sunset Park, Sturgeon Bay, 800-301-6695 Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center, 36 S 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-6246 STYLE, Chris Paint Box Gallery SUDDUTH, Mark J Edgewood Orchard SUGIKI, Boyd K Allen Gallery SULLIVAN, Brian Woodwalk Gallery SULLIVAN, Dan Woodwalk Gallery SULLIVAN, Meghan James May Gallery 20 SUSAN HALE, p. 34, 42, Sutra Gallery, 12044 Hwy 42, Ellison Bay, 920-854-2880 SUYS, William A Edgewood Orchard Sweet Meadow Studio, 8801 County Q, Baileys Harbor, 920-839-2746 SWIST, Sarah E James May Gallery Sylvercroft Studio, 1848 Cty ZZ, Sister Bay, 920-854-2789

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T Simon Jewelers, 69 S. Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-2206 Takuskana Studio, 6690 Birch Lane, Egg Harbor, 920-868-9009 TANI, Olivia Idea Gallery TAPPAN, Cecilia Scrimshanders TAYLOR, J Jeffrey J Jeffrey Taylor TAYLOR, Richard Idea Gallery TESSORO Edgewood Orchard THEATRE / MUSIC ARTICLE p. 58 THEILKING, Kristin K Allen Gallery THIRD AVENUE PLAYHOUSE, p. 59, 239 N 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-743-1760 THOMAS, Joel Fine Line THOMPSON, Don Back Door Studio THOMPSON, Samuel Woodwalk Gallery THORESON, Larry & Judy Gills Rock Pottery THORPE, Lynn Jacksonport Cottage THRALL, Shelly Cappaert Gallery THULI, Lauren Edgewood Orchard THURNER, Sherry Paint Box Gallery TILTON, Dave Edgewood Orchard TIMM, Hermke Hermke Timm Studio, Paint Box Gallery TIMMER, Betsy James May Gallery TINSMAN, Sherry J Jeffrey Taylor TLACHAC, Janet Paint Box Gallery TOBIN, Carrie Zabler Design Jewelers Toe Path Studio Gallery, 3014 Anderson Ln, Ephraim, 920-854-5390 TOPELMANN, Karsten Art of Door County, Hanseatic Art Gallery, Water Street Gallery TORONTO, Suzi George Burr Gallery 26 TR POTTERY, p. 37, 4133 Main St, Fish Creek, 920-868-1024 TRENCHARD, Stephanie Edgewood Orchard, Popelka Trenchard Studio 49 TRUEBLOOD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, p. 54, 57, 870 Main St, Washington Island, 920-847-2528 TRUPIN, Donna Lindboe Fine Line TUCCI, J. Michael Paint Box Gallery TUCHSCHERER, Bill Scrimshanders TUGENDHAFT, Meira (Meira T) J Jeffrey Taylor TUMPACH, Cynthia Fine Line TURKSEVEN, Fiona Balistreri Fine Art Gallery TURNAGE, Jennifer James May Gallery TURNBLADH, Cy Hands On Art Studio, J Jeffrey Taylor Turtle Ridge Gallery, 11736 Mink River Rd, Ellison Bay, 920-854-4839 TYRELL, Ken Washington Island A&NC TZELEPIS, John Blue Dolphin

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UGONE, Janna Edgewood Orchard UHL, Mary A AMO Gallery, Art of Door County, Water Street Gallery ULVILDEN, Pipka Pipka's of Door County UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST GALLERY, p. 40, 10341 Water St, Ephraim, 920-839-2606 UREN, Steve Fine Line URIELL, Ann Jacksonport Cottage URSO, David Edgewood Orchard UTTECH, Tom Edgewood Orchard

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VALENTINE, David Edgewood Orchard VAN BOXTEL, Roger Scrimshanders VANDEN HOUTEN, Dale Idea Gallery VANDERKLEED, Sara Plum Bottom Gallery VANDERVINNE, Mark Cottage Row VAUGHN, Kathryn Algoma Atelier, Paint Box Gallery VERNON, Karen K Allen Gallery VICKERY, Charles Cupola House Gallery VILLALOBOS, Mandy Cano James May Gallery VILLANO, Len Len Villano Photography VILLIGAN, Frank Morning Mist Studio VINTAGE POSTERS Historic Island Dairy Gallery VON NEUMAN, Robert Paint Box Gallery VOSS, Jessie Off the Wheel Pottery VOSS, Todd Fine Line VUCO, Chris Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery

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WAGNER, Jennifer James May Gallery WAGNER, Martha Washington Island A&NC WALDRON, Steve Washington Island A&NC WALKER, Mike Jacksonport Cottage WALLACE, Lenox Blue Dolphin WALLMAN, Betsy Washington Island A&NC WALTER, Tammy Rae Cappaert Gallery WALTON, Tal Edgewood Orchard WAMHOFF, Clarey Plum Bottom Gallery WAMSLEY, Lesley James May Gallery WANGSNESS, Norma J Paint Box Gallery WARD, Susan K Allen Gallery WARPINSKI, Terri Idea Gallery WARSTLER, Pasqua Cappaert Gallery 51 WASHINGTON ISLAND ART & NATURE CENTER, p. 55, 57, 1799 Main Rd, Washington Island, 920-847-2025 50 WASHINGTON ISLAND LITERARY FESTIVAL, p. 55, 57, 59 S Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920-818-0493 52 WASHINGTON ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL, p. 55, 56, 60, 870 Main St, Washington Island 36 WATER STREET GALLERY, p. 46, 47, 9930 Hwy 42, Ephraim, 920-854-5215

Waters Gallery, 2263 Water's End Rd, Sister Bay, 920-854-9808 WATERS, Kim Waters Gallery WATKINS, Dave James May Gallery Wayne Caldwell Simmons Studio Gallery, 1375 Cty ZZ, Ellison Bay, 920-854-9469 WEEDEN, Madeline Jacksonport Cottage WEHR, Janet Cupola House Gallery WEIGMAN, Kathy George Burr Gallery WEINZINGER, John Jacksonport Cottage WEIR, MariJane Jacksonport Cottage WEISER, Donna Edgewood Orchard WEISS, Tyson Edgewood Orchard WELLSANDT, Mary Melinda Fine Line WENBERG, Brenda Woodwalk Gallery WENNER, Billy James May Gallery WESSEL, Curt TR Pottery WGN Celebrity Coffee Cup Museum Back Door Studio WHARTON, Candone K Allen Gallery WHEELER, Kathie Fine Line Whispering Pines Studio & Gallery, 6713 Highway 42, Egg Harbor, 262-358-2348 WHITAKER, Lyman Fine Line 27 WHITE ROSE HEALING ARTS STUDIO, p. 34, 37, 9281 Maple Grove Rd, Fish Creek, 920-421-2344 WHITE, Doris Paint Box Gallery WHITE, Mary Plum Bottom Gallery Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery, 3831 Clark Lake Rd, Jacksonport, 920-743-1560 WHITEHOUSE, CT Edgewood Orchard WHITNEY, John Idea Gallery WHITNEY, Sue Cupola House Gallery WHITTENBERGER, Deb Jacksonport Cottage WICK, Gary George Burr Gallery WICKA, Lisa James May Gallery WIEDEMEIR, Norm Edgewood Orchard WIESKE, Dan Woodwalk Gallery WILBAT, James J Jeffrey Taylor WILDE, Jonathan Edgewood Orchard WILLEY, Lorin Paint Box Gallery WILLIAMS, Kent Woodwalk Gallery WILLIAMS, Rob Rob Williams Studio Gallery WILLIAMS, Shirley Rob Williams Studio Gallery WILLSEA, Paul J Jeffrey Taylor WILSON, Hayden Edgewood Orchard WINALSKI, Alicia Plum Bottom Gallery WING, Fal Fine Line WINKLER, Anita Woodwalk Gallery WINTER, Martha Clay Bay Pottery WINTER, Michelle Zjala Edgewood Orchard WINTERS, Rita Blue Dolphin WINZENZ, Karon Idea Gallery WISCONSIN ART Permanent Collection Miller Art Museum

index WISEMAN, MJ Whitefish Bay Farm Gallery WISH, Joel Washington Island A&NC WIZA, Jean Jacksonport Cottage WOHL, Edward Blue Dolphin WOLFE, Cynthia Idea Gallery WOLFE, Rusty Edgewood Orchard WOLFF, Cheryl Edgewood Orchard WOLFGRAM, Ruth Paint Box Gallery WONG, Hannah Plum Bottom Gallery WOOD, Lynn Plum Bottom Gallery WOODFORD, Jill Woodwalk Gallery 12 WOODWALK GALLERY, IBC, p. 26, 6746 Cty G, Egg Harbor, 920-868-2912 WORM, Jill Fine Line WRIGHT, David Edgewood Orchard WRIGHT, Laurie J Jeffrey Taylor WRIGHT, Pat Washington Island A&NC WU, Leslie Edgewood Orchard WULF, Barb Jacksonport Cottage WYATT, Peter Wyatts Gallery Wyatts Gallery, 4145 Cherry Rd, Sturgeon Bay, 920-559-3686 WYNVEEN, Phillip Paint Box Gallery WYSOCKI, Stephen J Jeffrey Taylor

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YAMAMOTO, Judith Washington Island A&NC YANKOWSKY, Steve Cappaert Gallery YODER, Ada Jacksonport Cottage YODER, Ellen Jacksonport Cottage YODER, Royce Plum Bottom Gallery YOON, Rina Idea Gallery YORK, Lisa James May Gallery YOUELL, Sylvia Clay Bay Pottery, Sylvercroft Studio YOUNG, Margaret Washington Island A&NC YUTZY, Laura Jacksonport Cottage

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ZABLER DESIGN JEWELERS, p. 4, 48, 9906 Water St, Ephraim, 920-854-4801 ZABLER, Russ Zabler Design Jewelers Zachariasen Studio, 4091 Bagnall Rd, Carlsville, 920-746-0939 ZACHARIASEN, Amy Zachariasen Studio ZAKARIJA, Carolyn J Jeffrey Taylor ZALUZEC, Pete Fine Line ZANDER, Pam & Tom Clay on Steele ZEBELL, Candace Cappaert Gallery ZIEGLER, Peggy J Jeffrey Taylor ZILISCH, Kenneth Paint Box Gallery ZONDERVAN, John & Heather Blue Dolphin ZUKAUSKIENE, Asta Turtle Ridge Gallery ZWEIFEL, Bill K Allen Gallery 37

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2019 Door County Magazine ARTS GUIDE  

Comprehensive companion for your Door County and Kewaunee County Arts Journey. Calendar of Events, Public Art Galleries, Theater & Arts, Art...

2019 Door County Magazine ARTS GUIDE  

Comprehensive companion for your Door County and Kewaunee County Arts Journey. Calendar of Events, Public Art Galleries, Theater & Arts, Art...