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Go Where You’ve Never Been With every visit to the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, you will discover a new and unexpected world of art. From the multisensory UNCOMMON GROUND contemporary art exhibitions to the lush sculpture gardens to a free, collaborative art-making studio, the Arts Center takes you beyond the conventional into the exceptional. Don’t miss some of summer’s most talked-about art experiences including:

Midsummer Festival of the Arts: July 20–21 Wooster Collective: The Sheboygan Project To plan your summer art adventure, visit www.jmkac.org. Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen, Rush to Rest (John Michael Kohler Arts Center installation view) (detail), 2013; cardboard, paper, wood; dimensions as installed. Courtesy of the artists.

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For the Love of Art

18 Feature Exhibition

10 Festival Map

20 Artist Listings

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14 Festival Activities & Amenities 15 Lakefront Late Night 17 Poster Artist

31 Advance Ticket Outlets 32 LFOA Committee Chairs

ELCOME TO THE 51st annual Lakefront Festival of Art. Not many festivals can boast passing the halfcentury mark, not to mention being regarded as one of the top 10 juried festivals in the country. You’ve come to the right place! Being a volunteer-based organization composed of 20 committees and more than 300 passionate individuals, we work hard year-round to bring you a three-day sensory event offering art, food and entertainment at the Milwaukee Art Museum – one of the city’s most renowned landmarks with breathtaking vistas on the shores of Lake Michigan. We are excited to showcase more than 176 artists who exhibit and sell their exemplary work in a plethora of art mediums and thank them for their commitment to this event. We also express gratitude to this year’s featured artist, Sandi Garris, who showcases her talent in a bright creation of bold colors and patterns hand-stitched from dyed fabrics. We hope you find time to experience all the attractions at this year’s festival. A few noteworthy items to check out are the new Lakeside Dining option (for those of you who prefer to be waited upon) and the champion sand sculptors, who you can watch carve this year’s masterpieces. And back by popular demand are later evening hours on Friday for you to enjoy more hours of art and entertainment, or to simply relax in the Milwaukee Magazine Wine Garden or Blue Moon Beer Garden. A special thank you goes out to our 2013 presenting sponsors, Quad/Graphics and Milwaukee Magazine, for their generous support and contribution to the Lakefront Festival of Art. They have truly been a cornerstone to our festival, and we appreciate their extensive involvement over the past several years. – Linda Lundeen and Jennifer Kresl 2013 Lakefront Festival of Art Co-Chairs

LFOA EXHIBITION POLICY The Milwaukee Art Museum and Friends of Art (FOA) do not receive any part of the proceeds from the sale of artwork at Lakefront Festival of Art. All art sales are strictly between the patron and the exhibitor, and because the Museum/FOA are not part of the transaction, they have no responsibility for the sale. Although FOA cannot resolve problems related to sales transactions, they are interested in your feedback and would like to know if you are dissatisfied with any aspect of your purchase. Lundeen and Kresl photo by John Grant

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MEDIA PARTNERS

2013 SPECIAL FESTIVAL FRIENDS: CORT EVENT FURNISHINGS, KUBIN-NICHOLSON, JIMMY LUV’S, MILWAUKEE COUNTY PARKS, WIRTZ BEVERAGE WISCONSIN, NIKKI'S COOKIES, EAT CAKE!, RACINE DANISH KRINGLES, MILLER BAKING COMPANY, ROYAL KITCHENS, INC. A special thank you to Milwaukee Public Schools for the amazing fence art created by MPS students. Be sure to check out their creations along the LFOA fence.

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1883 1946 Frederick Layton announces his plans to build an art gallery for the people of Milwaukee. Subsequently, he buys land for the gallery site at the corner of Mason and Jefferson streets.

Eliel Saarinen’s initial War Memorial Center design, which was prepared for fundraising purposes, included a memorial hall (right), performing arts center (middle) and art gallery (left), enclosing a plaza and reflecting pool. Building estimates were $5 million.

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The Layton Art Gallery’s opening exhibition features 65 paintings, including William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s Homer and His Guide, Eugene Verboeckhoven’s Summer Evening and Alexander H. Wyant’s Summer Landscape. A distinctive example of exotic neo-Greek style, the building was demolished in 1957.

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FOR THE LOVE OF ART A 125-YEAR-OLD IDEA, ALIVE & WELL TODAY | BY LAURA PATTEN

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EATPACKING. IT DOESN’T EXACTLY LEAD to thoughts of art. Yet it was because of one art-loving English-born immigrant named Frederick Layton, who made his meatpacking fortune on West Water Street, and a separate group dedicated to promoting the fine arts and art education that the Milwaukee Art Museum as we know it exists today. “Mr. Layton and his contemporaries are the ones who started it all,” says Kristin Settle, the Museum’s public relations manager. “It’s a rich story of collaboration that led to an internationally recognized museum.” The Layton Art Gallery opened in 1888, the same 6

year that the Milwaukee Art Association took root. In 1911, the Milwaukee Art Association moved to a new location on Jefferson Street, doors apart from the Layton Art Gallery, and changed its name to the Milwaukee Art Institute after 1916. Together, the two neighboring institutions formed a powerful catalyst for donations of art collections, financial contributions, exhibitions and art education that would last 125 years – and counting. So what exactly transpired between the years Layton opened Milwaukee’s first permanent art gallery with CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 65 paintings and a $100,000

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Friends of Art purchases Anselm Kiefer’s Midgard, the group’s most significant contemporary art purchase in the 30 years since the Friends of Art formed.

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Friends of Art celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Milwaukee Art Museum at the annual Bal du Lac.

Lakefront Festival of Art, sponsored by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company. The festival in 1963 hosted 24,000 visitors. In 2012, nearly 30,000 people attended.

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2001 The bold Quadracci Pavilion opens and is adopted as an icon of Milwaukee. The Santiago Calatrava-designed treasure brings the Museum’s size to 341,000 square feet for its 400,000 or so annual visitors.

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endowment and the large lakeside Museum of today that boasts a collection of nearly 30,000 works? Three notable events: the creation of a building “to honor the dead by serving the living,” a donation of $1 million and more than 600 works of modern American and European art, and the construction of an architectural icon that looks as if it’s about to take flight.

A Living MeMoriAL

As early as the end of World War I, people began discussing the idea of a combined veterans’ memorial and fine arts center “to honor the dead by serving the living,” although the notion didn’t take hold until the end of World War II. Three women’s clubs united to establish a war memorial in Milwaukee County, leading to the formation of the War Memorial Corporation. The famed architect Eliel Saarinen began designing the building that would serve as a living memorial to veterans and those who died in battle. The memorial would house the Layton Art Gallery and the Milwaukee Art Institute (together known as the Milwaukee Art Center), as well as a memorial space and veterans’ hall. After Saarinen died unexpectedly, his son Eero took over the project. The Milwaukee County War Memorial Center opened in September of 1957 and was dedicated on Veterans Day. Also that year, Friends of Art formed to provide volunteer support and to raise funds for acquisitions. Since then, the organization has raised more than $6 million to purchase hundreds of pieces of art and secure acquisitions. The group of more than 1,300 members also helps plan and run the prestigious Lakefront Festival of Art.

Peg BrAdLey’s seisMic donAtion

By the end of the 1960s, the Milwaukee Art Center had tripled its yearly attendance. And in 1969, Mrs. Harry Lynde (Peg) Bradley, wife of the co-founder of the Allen-Bradley Corporation, donated her collection of more than 600 modern American and European works of art to the Milwaukee Art Center. To house her generous gift, Bradley challenged the Milwaukee community to build an addition to the Museum, providing $1 million toward the effort. The challenge was met, and the Kahler building addition opened in 1975 with vastly enlarged galleries, more than 8

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doubling the previous collection space. Just five years later, the center changed its name to the Milwaukee Art Museum and, in 1983, became fully accredited by the American Association of Museums.

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The Museum began planning for the next millennium while celebrating its 100th birthday in 1988. In 1994, Museum leadership chose Spanish-born architect Santiago Calatrava to design the Quadracci Pavilion, a sculptural postmodern addition that opened in 2001 to rave reviews – and with Calatrava saying, “I hope that … we have designed not a building, but a piece of the city." Average annual attendance catapulted from 150,000 visitors in the years before the Calatrava-designed addition to around 400,000 today. “People come from all over the world to see the building,” says Brady Roberts, the Museum’s chief curator. “And while they’re here, they discover we also have worldclass art and high-quality exhibitions. They leave Milwaukee seeing our city and Museum differently.” The expansion project included new exhibition galleries and an auditorium, as well as a store and café. Simultaneously, the Museum was propelled onto the international art scene.

WhaT’s nexT?

With eyes trained on the future, the Milwaukee Art Museum is looking forward to the next 125 years. “Milwaukee is constantly reinventing itself,” comments Roberts. “From the thriving industrial city in Layton’s day, to the cultural richness we had and still have, to the first Calatrava-designed building to be completed in the United States, Milwaukee is in a constant state of innovation.” For the coming years, that means executing a plan to reinvigorate its collection galleries, including the restoration of the Saarinen building and the 1975 Kahler addition. Settle says the repairs, renovations and reinstallation will improve navigation for visitors, add a changing exhibition gallery in the enclosed sculpture court and open the galleries to the lake with a new glass east atrium, which will be two stories tall. “The results will address structural problems, but also brighten and restore the galleries,” she notes. “We’re well on our way to positioning the Museum for the next 125 years.” If only Layton could see it now. ■ mam.org/lfoa LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL of ART 2013 9

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MAIN STAGE SCHEDULE Presented by

FRIDAY, JUNE 21 12:30–1:30 p.m. Nora Collins Winner of the 2012 Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Rising Star Award. 2–3 p.m. Kevin Soucie Enjoy musical styles drawing from folk, rock, blues, reggae, country and world music. 3:30–4:30 p.m. DJ Madhatter and Friends MKE DJs and percussionists join together to create a high-energy, rhythmic experience. 5–6 p.m. Klassik This independent hip-hop/ jazz artist was named “Artist of the Year” by 88.9 Radio Milwaukee. 6:30–8 p.m. Boy Blue Enjoy this danceable music with good pop sensibility, which also has a feeling of being genuine and uncontrived. 8:30–9:30 p.m. Jaill From the label Sub Pop, Jaill is an indie pop rock trio from Milwaukee that's known across the country.

SATURDAY, JUNE 22 Noon–1 p.m. Fiber Arts Fashion Show A fashion spectacular featuring unique fiber art fashions created by LFOA artists. 1:30–2:30 p.m. Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra A special summer concert presentation featuring one of MYSO’s many talented ensembles. 3–4:30 p.m. Panoramic & True This Chicagobased pop band is formed around the songwriting of John Lennox. 5–6:30 p.m. Group of the Altos On the forefront of contemporary music, its precise but frenzied assortment of strings, horns and beat will keep you entertained.

SUNDAY, JUNE 23 11:30–1 p.m. The Milwaukee Mandolin Orchestra Listen to traditional mandolin orchestra music plus light, classical, modern, Italian and Latin numbers. 12:30–2:30 p.m. Ikarus Down A five-piece band from Slovenia whose music is a mix of alternative and indie rock. 3–4:30 p.m. I’m Not A Pilot Enjoy this classicly infused indie rock band.

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PNC CHILDREN'S EXPERIENCE

PERFORMING ARTS SCHEDULE FRIDAY, JUNE 21 1–3 p.m. Kalahari Resorts and the Timbavati Wildlife Park Experience An up-close encounter with some of Africa’s exotic animals. 1:30–2:30 p.m. SUPER! Presented by Sunset Playhouse. We all have superpowers within us, but what if you really had legitimate cape-wearing superpowers? Meet a sweet girl who comes from a long line of superheroes – she just doesn’t know it yet. But in order to overcome the school bully, she, with the help of her supermom, must find her inner superpowers to gain confidence and defeat the bully. 3–3:30 p.m. Danceworks Youth Performance Company This group is composed of dancers from in and around the Milwaukee area, ages 11-17.

SATURDAY, JUNE 22 Noon–1 p.m. SUPER! 1–2 p.m. Fellowship of Strings A group of eight young lads form this fiddle group performing a variety of your favorite tunes. 1–3 p.m. Jugglers, Mimes and Magicians, OH MY! Children can join in the fun and be entertained by street performers roaming the Children’s Area. 1–3 p.m. Kalahari Resorts and the Timbavati Wildlife Park Experience 2–3 p.m. Danceworks and Youth Performance Company This dynamic group of dancer/choreographers is committed to creating and performing contemporary dance that is physical, virtuosic, entertaining and honest. 3–4 p.m. SUPER! 4 p.m. Madison Contemporary Vision Dance

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the pnc children’s experience Sponsored by PNC Families and kids of all ages will enjoy the expanded activities and interactive fun in the redesigned Children’s Area sponsored by PNC. Take advantage of several nocost art experiences daily:

• Explore PNC’s Grow Up Great Mobile Learning Adventure, where children can dress up as different professionals and take home fun activity books and learning kits. • Fool around with the face painters, jugglers and magicians who will be roaming the Children’s Area. • Create your own one-of-a-kind masterpiece in the Children’s Art Tent. • Enjoy live entertainment on the Children’s Stage.

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Media Sponsor OnMilwaukee.com Authentically African-themed Kalahari Resorts, home to Wisconsin Dells’ largest indoor waterpark, is sponsoring LFOA’s popular sand sculpture attraction. To celebrate the spirit of the African continent’s land and culture, Kalahari and a team of international sand sculptors will transform 50 tons of sand into scenes drawn from an African safari. Children can also sculpt their own creations in a nearby sandbox and take part in an Animal Art Safari. In addition, experience the thrill of an encounter with the African wild with animal performances by the Timbavati Wildlife Park at 1 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. This is a hands-on learning experience like no other!

Enjoy a glass of wine or share a bottle with friends while taking in the incredible views of the lake and the festival from the Museum’s Baumgartner Terrace. Offering a broad selection of premium wines, the wine garden has expanded to offer cheese plates and similar treats that will complement any wine selection. And for those seeking a cold refreshment, beer and soda will also be available. Anyone with a bloody mary craving will be happy to see Jimmy Luv’s Bloody Mary mix being concocted. And, of course, recent issues of Milwaukee Magazine will be available for your browsing pleasure, highlighting the best Milwaukee has to offer!

fiber art fashion show

Take home an award-winning keepsake from the 2013 festival, including clothing items and accessories featuring the artwork of this year’s poster artist, Sandi Garris.

A taste of Fashion Week comes to the LFOA Main Stage on Saturday at noon! Hosted by Milwaukee Magazine’s fashion and beauty blogger Fashionista Lynee Ruiz, the stunning fashion spectacular will feature unique fiber art fashions and one-of-a-kind garments, coats, scarves, and other imaginative fiber wearables for day and evening created by LFOA artists. All items in the Fiber Art Fashion Show will be available for sale following the event. Visit participating artists’ booths following the show for your chance to make these creations your own! 14

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blue Moon beer garden

NEW this year! Enjoy your favorite beer amongst friends or try a new microbrew at one of the beer tastings (check mam. org/lfoa for tasting times). Take in the beautiful views on a lovely summer day while enjoying live entertainment at the Main Stage located on the east side of the festival grounds.

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Explore the grounds and discover all your dining options. There are multiple choices for refreshment, including coffee, soda, beer, wine and Jimmy Luv’s Bloody Marys. Enjoy entrees from several local vendors that will offer diverse options sure to please any appetite. Those with a sweet tooth will not be disappointed by the desserts available. • Bella Caffé • Café Calatrava (located in the Milwaukee Magazine Wine Garden & in the Children’s Area) • Cold Spoons Gelato • Hue Vietnamese Restaurant & Lounge • Koepsell’s Festival Popcorn • Lakeside Dining by Coquette Cafe (Don’t feel like waiting in line? Well, have a seat, enjoy the view and let the food come to you.) • Major Goolsby’s • Saz’s Hospitality Group

silent art auction Sponsored by Baird Be sure to take time to bid on your favorite art objects and help Friends of Art (FOA) raise funds to support the Milwaukee Art Museum! This year’s silent auction features numerous works of art generously donated by many of the talented artists exhibiting in the 2013 LFOA. Bidding is open to the public online, and this is a great way to view the majority of the visual artists all in one place. To participate, visit the Silent Auction area or post a bid online at mam.org/lfoa. Bids will be accepted throughout the weekend until the auc-

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tion closes on Sunday. Visit mam.org/lfoa to preview items and to place or monitor your bids!

Sculpture gArden

Sponsored by Hawks Landscape Take a stroll through Hawks' picturesque Sculpture Garden to envision how these unique landscape-quality sculptures could look in your own backyard. These diverse pieces are provided by LFOA artists and range from delicate to dramatic. Located near the festival's south entrance, this year's garden is a work of art by itself!

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here’S more to the Lakefront Festival of Art than the art itself. Extend your fun all weekend long from Friday, June 21, through Sunday, June 23, with live music along the lakefront, a wide selection of good food, a wine garden and – new this year – a beer garden, as only Milwaukee knows how. And because Friday is the first day of summer, you’ll want to stretch it out for as long as you can.

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Let day turn into night at the Museum, in the artists’ booths and at the festival. They’re all open on June 21 from 10 a.m.–10 p.m. ( June 22 hours are 10 a.m.–7 p.m. and June 23 from 10 a.m.–5 p.m.)

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On Friday, June 21, check out Jordan Lee (DJ Madhatter and Friends) 3:30-4:30 p.m.; Klassik 5-6 p.m.; Boy Blue 6:30-8 p.m.; and Milwaukee’s own Jaill 8:309:30 p.m.

Beer or Wine?

Relish the lake and festival views from the Milwaukee Magazine Wine Garden on the Museum’s Baumgartner Terrace. Feel like beer instead? Head to the new Blue Moon Beer Garden near the stage and food vendors.

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F QUILTING CONJURES UP images of women huddled over calico in a dimly lit cabin, forget that stereotype. Fiber artists like Sandi Garris have redefined the quilting tradition and what it means to create art made from thousands of tiny pieces of fabric, all painstakingly sewn together. After 20 years of art quilting in Pennsylvania, which she began as a way to help pay bills while caring for her small children, Garris has shifted her focus to fabric dyeing and creating intricate framed pieces. Dyeing her own fabric allows Garris to coax the exact hue and saturation she’s after, and her work is known for its intense color. “I’ll dye fabric for about a week, maybe a hundred yards. Then I fill all my cabinets,” says Garris. “I must have 50 shades of red.” The hues aren’t just in her cabinets. The colors are also locked in her head. While she sketches her ideas for pieces in black and white and fiddles with the images in her mind and on paper, she also imagines the exact colors she’ll choose. “I can spend weeks on the sketch and hours changing the shapes and colors in my head. When I can see all the colors working together in my mind and I’m happy with the sketch, then I start making the piece,” she explains. She tries to complete it within a week. Judges chose Garris’ Circleville as this year’s Lakefront Festival of Art poster. Garris says she dyed six shades of each color in the same fabric and assembled the circles using four different shades within each. “So I’ve got 24 shades of blue, yellow, red – all the different colors – and I combined them in different ways. There are hundreds of combinations in this piece,” she notes. The result is a dramatic pull from afar and detailed interest up close – and a whole new way to view fabric. – Laura Patten

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feature exhibition on view during LFoA: 30 Americans

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Presenting Sponsors: Helen Bader Foundation, Northwestern Mutual, SC Johnson.

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Continuing a year-long celebration honoring American art and artists, the Milwaukee Art Museum presents 30 Americans, an exhibition of 31 contemporary African-American artists tackling issues around race, religion, gender, sexuality and history. Open during LFOA, this wide-ranging survey merges established artists with emerging artists and compares influences across decades, exploring ideas central to what it means to be an American. 30 Americans includes paintings, drawings, photography, videos, sculptures and mixed-media installations.

The exhibition showcases works by many of the most important AfricanAmerican artists working today, including Leonardo Drew, Nick Cave, iona rozeal brown, Mickalene Thomas and Kehinde Wiley, and focuses on issues of racial, sexual and historical identity in contemporary culture while exploring the powerful influence of artistic legacy and community across generations. Each artist expresses his or her individual opinion, but presented as a group, the collection sends a united message of community across the different generations of artists. In conjunction with the 30 Americans exhibition, the Museum will also host an installation of 30 AfricanAmerican Wisconsin artists in Schroeder Galleria. The installation, titled Wisconsin 30, will include works from artists statewide and will remain open during the run of 30 Americans.

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Scott & Dane Gamble • Cumming, GA • Glass Penélope Osio-Brown • Elmhurst, IL • Mixed Media 2D Amy Arnold • Viroqua, WI • Mixed Media 3D Donna D’Aquino • Bethel, ME • Jewelry • Award 2012 Tim Arnold • Villa Park, IL • Ceramics John Petrey • Chattanooga, TN • Sculpture • Award 2012 Beth Solomon • Lexington, MA • Jewelry David Mayhew • Fort Collins, CO • Photography Antanas Ulevicius • St. Petersburg, FL • Sculpture Dean Thompson • Loveland, CO • Printmaking Aaron Hequembourg • Monticello, GA • Mixed Media 2D Ning Lee • Livingston, NJ • Painting • Award 2011 Barry Newstat • Western Springs, IL • Wood Albert Benedict • Whitewater, WI • Sculpture • Artist Advisor C.T. Whitehouse • Cedarburg, WI • Metal Richard Turner & Eric Carroll • Newton, KS • Sculpture William Kidd • Miramar, FL • Ceramics Douglas & Renee Sigwarth • River Falls, WI • Glass Matthew Hatala • Danielsville, GA • Wood Theodore Gall • Ojai, CA • Sculpture • Award 2011 Sharon Rosenthal • Philadelphia, PA • Jewelry Agnes Rathonyi • Evanston, IL • Mixed Media 2D James Wilbat • Deerfield, IL • Glass • Artist Advisor Denise Houck • Eaton Rapids, MI • Jewelry Don Ament • Lexington, KY • Photography Julia Gilmore • Inglewood, Ontario, Canada • Painting Michelle Schaefer • Raleigh, MI • Mixed Media 2D Rebecca Noble & Patricio Morales • Pittsburgh, PA • Fiber-Wearable Robert Matthews & Leslie Guinan • North San Juan, CA • Sculpture Lance & Vicki Munn • Bloomfield, IN • Wood William Breitbart & Yuki Wakamiya • Madison, WI • Glass Kostas Ulevicius • St. Petersburg, FL • Sculpture Bruce Johnson • Lake Mills, WI • Ceramics Susan Littman • Chicago, IL • Photography Christiane Hampel & Oliver Schnoor • Naples, FL • Jewelry John Sweitzer • Champaign, IL • Wood James Barnes • Woolwine, VA • Wood Carolyn Reynolds • Fallbrook, CA • Mixed Media 2D Susan Klebanoff & Robert Bestgen • Albuquerque, NM • Fiber-Nonwearable Lin Seslar • Sebring, FL • Painting Scott Swezy • Albuquerque, NM • Drawing/Pastels Michael & Nurit Asher Vagner • Eugene, OR • Jewelry Michelle & Michael LaLonde • Scotia, NY • Fiber-Wearable Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul • Gadsden, AL • Ceramics • Award 2012 Mark Orr • Pinckney, MI • Sculpture Patricia DeLeon Alfonso • Miami, FL • Painting Oscar Matos Linares • Chicago, IL • Photography Betsy Giberson • Warner, NH • Fiber-Wearable Mary Burke • Berrien Springs, MI • Mixed Media 2D Warner Whitfield • Weaverville, NC • Glass Barbara Raidl • Chicago, IL • Printmaking James & Victoria Mullan • Lake Worth, FL • Jewelry • *Double Category Marilyn Andrews • Plainfield, MA • Sculpture James & Victoria Mullan • Lake Worth, FL • Mixed Media 3D • *Double Category Roberta Polfus • Oak Park, IL • Ceramics William Perkins • Suttons Bay, MI • Wood Stephen Kostyshyn • Cedar, MI • Fiber-Nonwearable Kit Karbler • Denver, CO • Glass Michael Brown • Antioch, IL • Digital • Artist Advisor Lawrence Oliverson • Sullivan, WI • Photography Jill Bedford • Delafield, WI • Photography • Award 2011 Charles Tersolo • Boston, MA • Painting

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Julie Seymour • Hillpoint, WI • Jewelry • Award 2011 Sam Jones IV • Jonesboro, AR • Mixed Media 2D Betsy Youngquist • Rockford, IL • Mixed Media 3D • Artist Advisor Cali Hobgood • Urbana, IL • Photography • Award 2012 Lisa Burge • Taos, NM • Painting • *Double Category Yu Zhou • Yardley, PA • Painting • Award 2011 Lisa Burge • Taos, NM • Printmaking • *Double Category Patrick Dragon • Lakeland, FL • Ceramics Bounkhong Signavong & Wolfgang Grieger • Secaucus, NJ • Fiber-Wearable Katrin Robinson • Indianapolis, IN • Fiber-Nonwearable Cathy Rose • New Orleans, LA • Mixed Media 3D Carol Fugmann • Webster, NY • Jewelry Beth Clark • Chicago, IL • Jewelry John Ames • Chicago, IL • Digital Aletha Jones • Madison, WI • Painting James Mosier • Ballston Lake, NY • Metal George Lowe • Decorah, IA • Ceramics Lynda Ladwig • Lafayette, CO • Ceramics Katie Musolff • Stoddard, WI • Painting Nicario Jimenez • Naples, FL • Mixed Media 3D • Award 2010 Michele LeVett • Durham, NC • Jewelry Daniel & Teisha Bennett • Rushville, MO • Ceramics Chris Robleski • Milwaukee, WI • Photography Scott Olson • Williams Bay, WI • Mixed Media 2D Thomas Spake • Chattanooga, TN • Glass Jim Sincock • Lakewood, CO • Photography Gena Ollendieck • Cresco, IA • Mixed Media 3D Monica Rudquist • Minneapolis, MN • Ceramics • Award 2012 Paul Lambrecht • Lanesboro, MN • Wood Dagmara Costello • Greendale, WI • Jewelry Edward Avila • Niles, MI • Painting Clare Malloy • Chicago, IL • Drawing/Pastels • Artist Advisor Young Joo Yoo • Coralville, IA • Jewelry Gregory Strachov • Floral City, FL • Painting John Schirmer • Fairfield, IA • Printmaking Kyle Osvog • Minneapolis, MN • Ceramics Tatiana Rakhmanina & Andrei Kharisov • Hinton, WV • Fiber-Wearable Julie Sutter-Blair • Belleville, WI • Printmaking Steve Frederick & Cherie Jemsek • Saugerties, NY • Ceramics Michael Kuseske • Royal Palm Beach, FL • Painting • Silent Auction Winner Sarah Giannobile • Webster Groves, MO • Mixed Media 2D Jacqueline Wetzel Phillips • Mansfield, TX • Ceramics Clifton Henri • Chicago, IL • Photography • Invite Susan Otterson • Janesville, WI • Fiber-Wearable • Award 2010 Craig Lossing • Lino Lakes, MN • Wood Jeff Condon • Grand Rapids, MI • Drawing/Pastels Shellie Bender • Lawrence, KS • Jewelry • Award 2010 Chris Dahlquist • Kansas City, MO • Photography Susan Hill • Kansas City, MO • Fiber-Nonwearable • Award 2012 Bruce Hustad • Cedarburg, WI • Painting Elaine Unzicker • Ojai, CA • Metal • Invite Jonathan Rutledge • Evanston, IL • Jewelry • Award 2010 Diane Harty • Frisco, CO • Fiber-Wearable Rick Abrams • DeLand, FL • Mixed Media 2D Andrew Shea • Minneapolis, MN • Glass Marina Terauds • North Branch, MI • Printmaking Jaeryon Ha • Longwood, FL • Drawing/Pastels John & Carolyn Ruff • Springfield, MO • Jewelry Richard Judd • Belleville, WI • Wood Ron Dekok • Belleville, WI • Wood Colleen Riley • Farmington, MN • Ceramics Carol Hearty • Carmel, NY • Fiber-Wearable

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Shaari Horowitz & Alistair Jones • Sharon, CT • Wood Jonathan White • South Portland, ME • Ceramics William LaChance • Webster Groves, MO • Painting Chris Bruno • Lexington, VA • Mixed Media 2D Jim Brown • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada • Mixed Media 2D Jeanette Payne • Port Washington, WI • Jewelry • Artist Advisor Sharon Johnston • Dallas, TX • Jewelry George Raab • Millbrook, Ontario, Canada • Printmaking • Award 2011 Nick Wroblewski • Viroqua, WI • Printmaking • Artist Advisor Micheal Paul Cole • Hannibal, MO • Photography Dean Lucker & Ann Wood • St. Paul, MN • Mixed Media 3D • Award 2010 Sean Taylor • Villas, NJ • Painting Michael Bryant • Atlanta, GA • Photography Mark Winter • Milwaukee, WI • Sculpture Harry Roa • Sarasota, FL • Jewelry Will Connor • Nashville, TN • Photography Seung Lee • Cathedral City, CA • Painting • *Double Category Daiga Henson & Sarmite Svilis • East Windsor, NJ • Fiber-Wearable • Award 2010 Seung Lee • Cathedral City, CA • Printmaking • *Double Category, Award 2012 Glen & Gayle Wans • Leawood, KS • Photography Steve Edgar • Tallahassee, FL • Fiber-Wearable • Award 2012 Barbara & Richard Umbel • Melbourne Beach, FL • Jewelry Shelby Keefe • Milwaukee, WI • Painting • Award 2010 Corrine Smith • Rock Island, IL • Mixed Media 2D Beau Tudzarov • Ft. Lauderdale, FL • Digital • 2012 Poster Artist LeRoy Bayerl • Marshfield, WI • Wood

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Sandi Garris • State College, PA • Fiber-Nonwearable • 2013 Poster Artist Guy Michaels • El Granada, CA • Mixed Media 3D • Design Award Artist Steven Potts • Chattahoochee Hills, GA • Wood Brian Becher • Columbus, OH • Glass Marvin Blackmore • Durango, CO • Ceramics • Invite Steve Keating • Fort Collins, CO • Photography Klaus Spies • Asheville, NC • Jewelry • Award 2010 Janet O’Neal • Santa Fe, NM • Photography Chris Roberts-Antieau • Manchester, MI • Fiber-Nonwearable • Invite Winthrop Byers • Rock Springs, WI • Ceramics Sandra Byers • Rock Springs, WI • Ceramics • Artist Advisor Klara Borbas • Effort, PA • Jewelry Grant Silverstein • Mansfield, PA • Printmaking Invite Philip Weber • Effort, PA • Wood Herion Park • Osprey, FL • Fiber-Wearable Lynn Yarrington • New Haven, VT • Fiber-Wearable Thomas & Kevin Ann Brain • Rockford, IL • Photography Maja • Carmel, CA • Jewelry Award 2012 Daniel & Lee Ross • Hovland, MN • Sculpture Michael Hamlin-Smith • Charlotte, NC • Ceramics Peggotty Christensen • Prescott, AZ • Fiber-Wearable Patricia Palson • Contoocook, NH • Fiber-Wearable Jill Schienle • Madison, WI • Jewelry Rebecca Hungerford • St. Joseph, MI • Metal Laura Fisher-Bonvallet • Oneida, WI • Fiber-Wearable Judith Eastburn • Des Moines, IA • Photography

ARTISTS BY NAME Maja • 168 Abrams, Rick • 116 Ament, Don • 25 Ames, John • 76 Andrews, Marilyn • 53 Arnold, Amy • 3 Arnold, Tim • 5 Avila, Edward • 93 Barnes, James • 37 Bayerl, LeRoy • 150 Becher, Brian • 154 Bedford, Jill • 61 Bender, Shellie • 109 Benedict, Albert • 14 Bennett, Daniel & Teisha • 84 Blackmore, Marvin • 155 Borbas, Klara • 162 Brain, Thomas & Kevin Ann • 167 Breitbart, William & Wakamiya, Yuki • 31 Brown, Jim • 129 Brown, Michael • 59 Bruno, Chris • 128 Bryant, Michael • 137 Burge, Lisa • 67, 69 Burke, Mary • 49 Byers, Sandra • 161 Byers, Winthrop • 160 Christensen, Peggotty • 171 Chunhaswasdikul, Paveen “Beer” • 44 Clark, Beth • 75 Cole, Micheal Paul • 134 Condon, Jeff • 108 Connor, Will • 140 Costello, Dagmara • 92 D’Aquino, Donna • 4 Dahlquist, Chris • 110

Dekok, Ron • 122 DeLeon Alfonso, Patricia • 46 Dragon, Patrick • 70 Eastburn, Judith • 176 Edgar, Steve • 145 Fisher-Bonvallet, Laura • 175 Frederick, Steve & Jemsek, Cherie • 101 Fugmann, Carol • 74 Gall, Theodore • 20 Gamble, Scott & Dane • 1 Garris, Sandi • 151 Giannobile, Sarah • 103 Giberson, Betsy • 48 Gilmore, Julia • 26 Ha, Jaeryon • 119 Hamlin-Smith, Michael • 170 Hampel, Christiane & Schnoor, Oliver • 35 Harty, Diane • 115 Hatala, Matthew • 19 Hearty, Carol • 124 Henri, Clifton • 105 Henson, Daiga & Svilis, Sarmite • 142 Hequembourg, Aaron • 11 Hill, Susan • 111 Hobgood, Cali • 66 Horowitz, Shaari & Jones, Alistair • 125 Houck, Denise • 24 Hungerford, Rebecca • 174 Hustad, Bruce • 112 Jimenez, Nicario • 82 Johnson, Bruce • 33 Johnston, Sharon • 131 Jones, Aletha • 77 Jones IV, Sam • 64 Judd, Richard • 121

Karbler, Kit • 58 Keating, Steve • 156 Keefe, Shelby • 147 Kidd, William • 17 Klebanoff, Susan & Bestgen, Robert • 39 Kostyshyn, Stephen • 57 Kuseske, Michael • 102 LaChance, William • 127 Ladwig, Lynda • 80 LaLonde, Michelle & Michael • 43 Lambrecht, Paul • 91 Lee, Ning • 12 Lee, Seung • 141, 143 LeVett, Michele • 83 Littman, Susan • 34 Lossing, Craig • 107 Lowe, George • 79 Lucker, Dean & Wood, Ann • 135 Malloy, Clare • 94 Matos Linares, Oscar • 47 Matthews, Robert & Guinan, Leslie • 29 Mayhew, David • 8 Michaels, Guy • 152 Mosier, James • 78 Mullan, James & Victoria • 52, 54 Munn, Lance & Vicki • 30 Musolff, Katie • 81 Newstat, Barry • 13 Noble, Rebecca & Morales, Patricio • 28 O’Neal, Janet • 158 Oliverson, Lawrence • 60 Ollendieck, Gena • 89 Olson, Scott • 86

Orr, Mark • 45 Osio-Brown, Penélope • 2 Osvog, Kyle • 98 Otterson, Susan • 106 Palson, Patricia • 172 Park, Herion • 165 Payne, Jeanette • 130 Perkins, William • 56 Petrey, John • 6 Polfus, Roberta • 55 Potts, Steven • 153 Raab, George • 132 Raidl, Barbara • 51 Rakhmanina, Tatiana & Kharisov, Andrei • 99 Rathonyi, Agnes • 22 Reynolds, Carolyn • 38 Riley, Colleen • 123 Roa, Harry • 139 Roberts-Antieau, Chris • 159 Robinson, Katrin • 72 Robleski, Chris • 85 Rose, Cathy • 73 Rosenthal, Sharon • 21 Ross, Daniel & Lee • 169 Rudquist, Monica • 90 Ruff, John & Carolyn • 120 Rutledge, Jonathan • 114 Schaefer, Michelle • 27 Schienle, Jill • 173 Schirmer, John • 97 Seslar, Lin • 40 Seymour, Julie • 63 Shea, Andrew • 117 Signavong, Bounkhong & Grieger, Wolfgang • 71 Sigwarth, Douglas & Renee • 18 Silverstein, Grant • 163

Sincock, Jim • 88 Smith, Corrine • 148 Solomon, Beth • 7 Spake, Thomas • 87 Spies, Klaus • 157 Strachov, Gregory • 96 Sutter-Blair, Julie • 100 Sweitzer, John • 36 Swezy, Scott • 41 Taylor, Sean • 136 Terauds, Marina • 118 Tersolo, Charles • 62 Thompson, Dean • 10 Tudzarov, Beau • 149 Turner, Richard & Carroll, Eric • 16 Ulevicius, Antanas • 9 Ulevicius, Kostas • 32 Umbel, Barbara & Richard • 146 Unzicker, Elaine • 113 Vagner, Michael & Nurit Asher • 42 Wans, Glen & Gayle • 144 Weber, Philip • 164 Wetzel Phillips, Jacqueline • 104 White, Jonathan • 126 Whitehouse, C.T. • 15 Whitfield, Warner • 50 Wilbat, James • 23 Winter, Mark • 138 Wroblewski, Nick • 133 Yarrington, Lynn • 166 Yoo, Young Joo • 95 Youngquist, Betsy • 65 Zhou, Yu • 68

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ARTISTS BY MEDIUM 22 CERAMICS 23 DIGITAL 23 DRAWING / PASTELS 23 FIBER / NONWEARABLE

23 FIBER / WEARABLE 24 GLASS 24 JEWELRY 25 METAL

25 MIXED MEDIA 2D 26 MIXED MEDIA 3D 26 PAINTING 27 PHOTOGRAPHY

28 PRINTMAKING 28 SCULPTURE 29 WOOD

MICS CERA

5 Tim Arnold

arnoldceramics.com

160 Winthrop Byers thebyersstudio.com

44 Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul

84 Daniel & Teisha

155 Marvin Blackmore blackmorepottery.com Invite

161 Sandra Byers

dbennettpottery.com

70 Patrick Dragon

101 Steve Frederick &

170 Michael Hamlin-

jemerickartpottery.com

hamlin-smith.com

Bennett

dragonclaystudio.com

Award 2012

33 Bruce Johnson

brucejohnsonclaystudio.com

williamkiddceramics.com

lyndaladwigceramics.com

80 Lynda Ladwig

79 George Lowe

55 Roberta Polfus

123 Colleen Riley

90 Monica Rudquist

104 Jacqueline Wetzel

robertapolfusceramics.com

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17 William Kidd

Cherie Jemsek

eurekapots.com

monicarudquist.com Award 2012

Phillips

thebyersstudio.com Artist Advisor

Smith

98 Kyle Osvog

sarahnduncan.com/kyleosvog

126 Jonathan White oddinq.com

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ING / DRAW LS PASTE

L DIGITA

76 John Ames johncames.com

59 Michael Brown michaelbrown.com Artist Advisor

149 Beau Tudzarov tudzarov.com 2012 Poster Artist

/ FIBER BLE EARA W N NO 108 Jeff Condon

119 Jaeryon Ha

94 Clare Malloy

41 Scott Swezy

151 Sandi Garris

111 Susan Hill

39 Susan Klebanoff &

57 Stephen Kostyshyn

jeffcondonart.net

sandigarris.com 2013 Poster Artist

jaehaart.com

susanhilldesign.com Award 2012

claremalloy.com Artist Advisor

Robert Bestgen susanklebanoff.com

stephenkostyshyn.com

159 Chris RobertsAntieau

chrisroberts-antieau.com Invite

/ FIBER ABLE WEAR 72 Katrin Robinson

171 Peggotty Christensen

dreadfulewe.com

48 Betsy Giberson

peggottyartwear.com

115 Diane Harty dianeharty.com

124 Carol Hearty carolhearty.com

145 Steve Edgar edgarleather.com Award 2012

175 Laura FisherBonvallet

laurafisherbonvallet.com

142 Daiga Henson &

43 Michelle & Michael

sarmite.com Award 2010

michellelalondeaccessories.com

Sarmite Svilis

LaLonde

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Artists by MEDIUM

28 Rebecca Noble & Patricio Morales

106 Susan Otterson susanotterson.com Award 2010

172 Patricia Palson patriciapalson.com

165 Herion Park herion.us

99 Tatiana Rakhmanina & Andrei Kharisov trhats.com

S GLAS

71 Bounkhong Signavong & Wolfgang Grieger laodesignonline.com

1 Scott & Dane Gamble methodglassworks.com

166 Lynn Yarrington

154 Brian Becher

lynnyarringtondesign.com

58 Kit Karbler

blakestreetglass.com

brianbecher.com

117 Andrew Shea sheaglass.com

18 Douglas & Renee Sigwarth

sigwarthglass.com

31 William Breitbart & Yuki Wakamiya

breitbartwakamiyaglass.com

87 Thomas Spake thomasspakestudios.com

RY JEWEL

50 Warner Whitfield

23 James Wilbat

75 Beth Clark

92 Dagmara Costello

whitfielddesigns.com

bethclarkjewelry.com

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dagmaradagart.com

109 Shellie Bender

162 Klara Borbas

74 Carol Fugmann

35 Christiane Hampel &

Award 2010

wilbatglass.com Artist Advisor

4 Donna Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Aquino donnadaquino.com Award 2012

klaraborbas.etsy.com

Oliver Schnoor hampeljewelry.com

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24 Denise Houck chickadeestudios.com

130 Jeanette Payne jeanettepayne.com Artist Advisor

173 Jill Schienle jillschienle.com

131 Sharon Johnston sharonjohnstonjeweler.com

83 Michele LeVett

168 Maja

52 James & Victoria Mullan

michelelevettdesigns.com

majadesigns.com Award 2012

139 Harry Roa

21 Sharon Rosenthal

120 John & Carolyn Ruff

114 Jonathan Rutledge

63 Julie Seymour

7 Beth Solomon

157 Klaus Spies

146 Barbara & Richard

harryroagallery.com

julieseymourgoldsmith.com Award 2011

sharonrosenthaldesign.com

johnruffjewelry.com

spiesjewelrydesign.com Award 2010

mullaniumbyjimandtori.com *Double Category

rutledgejewelry.com Award 2010

Umbel

barbaraumbel.com

L META

42 Michael & Nurit Asher Vagner

nuritandmickarts.com

95 Young Joo Yoo youngjooyoo.com

174 Rebecca Hungerford

78 James Mosier

116 Rick Abrams

129 Jim Brown

pewtershop.com

metalweavings.com

MEDIA MIXED 2D 113 Elaine Unzicker unzickerdesign.com Invite

15 C.T. Whitehouse ctwhitehouse.com

rickabrams.com

jimcbrown.com

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Artists by MEDIUM MIXED MEDIA 2D

>>> 128 Chris Bruno clbphotos.com

49 Mary Burke maryburkeart.com

103 Sarah Giannobile giannobile.com

11 Aaron Hequembourg bigwhitedog.net

64 Sam Jones IV samjonesiv.com

MIXED MEDIA 3D

>>> 86 Scott Olson scottolsonfineart.com

2 PenĂŠlope Osio-Brown osiobrown.com

22 Agnes Rathonyi

38 Carolyn Reynolds

27 Michelle Schaefer

3 Amy Arnold

82 Nicario Jimenez

135 Dean Lucker &

rathonyifineart.com

carolynreynoldsart.com

michelleschaeferstudio.com

MEDIA D E IX M 3D 148 Corrine Smith

corrinesmith.home.mchsi.com

152 Guy Michaels guymichaels.com Design Award Artist

peepwool.com

54 James & Victoria Mullan

retablosnicario.com Award 2010

Ann Wood

woodlucker.com Award 2010

89 Gena Ollendieck

73 Cathy Rose

65 Betsy Youngquist

67 Lisa Burge

46 Patricia DeLeon

26 Julia Gilmore

mullaniumbyjimandtori.com *Double Category

cathyrose.com

byart.com Artist Advisor

ING PAINT

93 Edward Avila

26

lisaburge.com *Double Category

Alfonso

patricia-deleon.com

juliagilmore.com

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112 Bruce Hustad

77 Aletha Jones

147 Shelby Keefe

12 Ning Lee

141 Seung Lee

81 Katie Musolff

ningleeart.com Award 2011

alethajones.com

*Double Category

studioshelby.com Award 2010

katiemusolff.com

102 Michael Kuseske

127 William LaChance

40 Lin Seslar

96 Gregory Strachov

michaelkuseskepaintings.com Silent Auction Winner

linseslarpaintings.com

williamlachance.com

lawfulart.com

Y RAPH G O T PHO 136 Sean Taylor

62 Charles Tersolo charlestersolo.com

zhouyufinearts.com Award 2011

61 Jill Bedford

167 Thomas & Kevin Ann

137 Michael Bryant

134 Micheal Paul Cole

140 Will Connor

105 Clifton Henri

66 Cali Hobgood

156 Steve Keating

seantaylor.net

jillbedfordphotography.com Award 2011

110 Chris Dahlquist chrisdahlquist.com

Brain

thomasbrainphotography.com

176 Judith Eastburn jeastburnphotography.com

68 Yu Zhou

michael-bryant.com

cliftonhenri.com Invite

25 Don Ament donament.com

michealpaulcole.com

photographsbycali.com Award 2012

willconnor.com

steve-keating.com

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Artists by MEDIUM

34 Susan Littman susanlittman.com

47 Oscar Matos Linares lpstudios.net

8 David Mayhew

davidmayhewphotography.com

60 Lawrence Oliverson lawrenceoliverson.com

158 Janet Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neal janetoneal.com

PRINT>>> MAKING

AKING M T N I PR 85 Chris Robleski

88 Jim Sincock

144 Glen & Gayle Wans

143 Seung Lee

132 George Raab

51 Barbara Raidl

fadingnostalgia.com

*Double Category, Award 2012

interrobang.org

georgeraab.com Award 2011

69 Lisa Burge

wansstudioart.com

kinaloon.com

lisaburge.com *Double Category

97 John Schirmer schirmerwoodcuts.com

163 Grant Silverstein grantsilverstein.com Invite

PTURE L U C S

100 Julie Sutter-Blair

118 Marina Terauds

10 Dean Thompson

133 Nick Wroblewski

53 Marilyn Andrews

14 Albert Benedict

20 Theodore Gall

29 Robert Matthews &

juliesutter-blair.com

28

marinaterauds.com

Artist Advisor

deanrussellthompson.com

theodoregall.com Award 2011

nickwroblewski.com Artist Advisor

Leslie Guinan

hiddenspringdesigns.com

45 Mark Orr scavengerart.com

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6 John Petrey johnpetrey.com Award 2012

169 Daniel & Lee Ross mnsculptors.com/dan.ross

16 Richard Turner &

9 Antanas Ulevicius

32 Kostas Ulevicius

37 James Barnes

150 LeRoy Bayerl

122 Ron Dekok

121 Richard Judd

91 Paul Lambrecht

107 Craig Lossing

56 William Perkins

153 Steven Potts

36 John Sweitzer

Eric Carroll desertsteel.net

D WOO

138 Mark Winter

19 Matthew Hatala

125 Shaari Horowitz & Alistair Jones

shaarihorowitz.com

30 Lance & Vicki Munn viclan.com

13 Barry Newstat

barrynewstatfurniture.com

richardjudd.com

sleepingbeartwigfurniture.com

timberblossom.com

paullambrecht.com

mybranchingout.com

rondekok.com

sweitzerandsweitzer.com

LAKEFRONT LATE NIGHT 164 Philip Weber weberboxes.com

Check out page 15 to find out whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s happening in 2013!

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MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM MEMBERS Members at the Art Advocate level and higher are invited to join Friday’s LFOA Member Morning.

Lakefront Festival of Art Member Morning FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 10 A.M.–NOON

Meet the artists, enjoy complimentary refreshments and purchase great art. FREE admission for two (Art Advocate level and above). Special Member rates!

Receive free Lakefront Festival of Art admission for two when you purchase a new Milwaukee Art Museum membership at the entrance gate. This special offer includes allaccess admission to the Museum, 10 percent off purchases in the Museum Store and at Café Calatrava, as well as two tickets to the festival – a value of over $50!

FESTIVAL INFORMATION ADMISSION AND INFORMATION

The Lakefront Festival of Art runs:

10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, June 21 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 22 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 23.

Admission includes all-access admission to the Milwaukee Art Museum! $8 per Milwaukee Art Museum member, $15 per adult, $20 three-day pass. Kids under 16 are free! Advance tickets are $8 online (That's a $7 savings!) at mam.org/lfoa or at one of the retail locations listed on page 31.

PARKING

Official festival parking is available for $5 at Veterans Park (follow the signs northbound on Lincoln Memorial 30

Drive and turn right onto Lagoon Drive). A complimentary shuttle departs every 10 minutes to and from the Museum grounds. Parking is also available for a fee at the War Memorial Center North Parking Lot (enter from Lincoln Memorial Drive) and at O’Donnell Park on a first-come, first-served basis. Disabled visitors and their companions may enter the festival through the west entrance on Lincoln Memorial Drive near the entrance to O’Donnell Park. Bike parking is always free on the festival grounds near the south entrance! For more parking options visit parkmilwaukee.com.

VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

The festival couldn’t happen without the support of our volunteers! For information on how you can get involved, visit mam.org/lfoa or call 414-224-3200.

FRIENDS OF ART (FOA)

Friends of Art (FOA) is the Milwaukee Art Museum’s largest volunteer support group, organizing several major fundraising events and programs annually to benefit the Museum’s Art Acquisition and Exhibition Fund. Over $7 million has been generated through FOA events since it was founded in 1957.

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2013 AdvAnce TickeT OuTleTs (By cOmmuniTy) APPLETON

Stein Gardens & Gifts 4860 W. Wisconsin Ave.

BAYSIDE

Bayside Floral Design 333 W. Brown Deer Rd. Bayside Garden Center 400 E. Brown Deer Rd. Otto’s Wine & Spirits 8850 N. Port Washington Rd.

BELLEVUE

Stein Gardens & Gifts 2727 Eaton Rd.

BIG BEND

Stein Gardens & Gifts S71 W23445 National Ave.

BROOKFIELD

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 20350 Water Tower Blvd. Elite Sports Clubs 13825 W. Burleigh Rd.; 600 N. Barker Rd. Sendik’s Piggly Wiggly 2315 N. 124th St. Stein Gardens & Gifts 14845 W. Capitol Dr.

BROWN DEER

International Autos 4400 W. Brown Deer Rd.

CEDARBURG

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage W61 N517 Washington Ave.

ELM GROVE

Sendik’s 13425 W. Watertown Plank Rd.

FRANKLIN

Sendik’s 5200 W. Rawson Ave.

GERMANTOWN

Sendik’s N112 W15800 Mequon Rd. Stein Gardens & Gifts W184 N9676 Appleton Ave.

GLENDALE

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 6000 N. Port Washington Rd. Elite Sports Clubs 5750 N. Glen Park Rd.; 2001 W. Good Hope Rd.

GRAFTON

Stein Gardens & Gifts 980 Waube Ln.

Splash Studios: A Painting Bar 184 N. Broadway St. UWM Peck School of the Arts Box Office, 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd.; Box Office, 2419 E. Kenwood Blvd.

GREENFIELD

NEW BERLIN

Sendik’s 2195 First Ave.

GREEN BAY

Sendik’s 7901 W. Layton Ave.

KENOSHA

Stein Gardens & Gifts 6300 Green Bay Rd.

MEQUON

Sendik’s 3600 S. Moorland Rd.

OCONOMOWOC

Stein Gardens & Gifts 1570 Unity Dr.

OSHKOSH

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 11303 N. Port Washington Rd. Elite Sports Clubs 11616 N. Port Washington Rd. Sendik’s 10930 N. Port Washington Rd. Stein Gardens & Gifts N10850 W13 Port Washington Rd. TCBY 11523 N. Port Washington Rd.

Stein Gardens & Gifts 6626 Washington Ave.

MILWAUKEE

Stein Gardens & Gifts 2220 E. Moreland Blvd.

Artist and Display 9015 W. Burleigh St. Maxie’s Southern Comfort 6732 W. Fairview Milwaukee Public Schools Division of Recreation & Community Services 5225 W. Vliet St., Room 162 Stein Gardens & Gifts 5400 S. 27th St.; 3725 S. 108th St.

MILWAUKEE DOWNTOWN/EAST SIDE Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 626 E. Ogden Ave. DeLind Gallery of Fine Art 450 E. Mason St. George Watts & Son/ Watts Tea Shop 761 N. Jefferson St. Katie Gingrass Gallery 207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 100 Milwaukee Art Museum Store 700 N. Art Museum Dr. Sendik’s 2643 N. Downer Ave. Sobelman's at Marquette 1601 W. Wells St. Sobelman’s Pub & Grill 1900 W. St. Paul Ave.

Stein Gardens & Gifts 300 S. Koeller St.

RACINE

SHOREWOOD

Sendik’s 4027 N. Oakland Ave.

WAUKESHA

WAUWATOSA

Blue’s Egg 317 N. 76th St. The Little Read Book 7603 W. State St. Sendik’s 8616 W. North Ave. Stein Gardens & Gifts 12217 Watertown Plank Rd.

WEST ALLIS

International Autos 2400 S. 108th St.

WEST BEND

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 870 E. Paradise Dr. Sendik’s 280 N. 18th Ave. Stein Gardens & Gifts 601 Wildwood Rd.

WHITEFISH BAY

Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center 6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd. Sendik’s 500 E. Silver Spring Dr. Winkie’s 629 E. Silver Spring Dr.

viadowner.com 2625 N Downer Ave

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Committee Chairs Festival Chairs: Jennifer Kresl, Linda Lundeen; Friends of Art: Julia DeCicco; Advance Tickets: Randy Leach, Christy Metcalf; Artists: Bernice Austin, Julia DeCicco, Kim Muench; Beer Garden: Dan Bird; Buildings and Grounds: Thomas Dornoff, Mark Muench; Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Art: Linda Boxill, Ann Krueger, John Krueger; Corporate: Kathy Emery; Finance: Danielle Brinkman, Mike King; Food and Beverage: Nate Kraucunas, Martha Moore, Dianne Rice; Headquarters/Information: Deborah Fabritz, Tim Garland; Legal: Catherine Faught Pollard; Performing Arts: Ted Brusubardis, Kaye Giese, Andrew Hunn; Poster: Nancy Munroe; Program: Linda Lundeen; Promotions: Deborah Gerke, Annette Melcher; Public Relations: Mary Anderson, Jen Dirks; Sculpture Garden: Bob Wolf; Silent Auction: Katharine Perella, Tasha Sorenson; Sneak Preview: Linda Koenig; Volunteers: Michelle Dwyer, Sandi Lewenauer; Wine Garden: Chris Fenske-Eben, Erin Vollmer. Milwaukee Art Museum staff: Festival Director: Krista Renfrew; Festival Coordinator: Jennifer Kobe; Artist Liaison: Dionne Wachowiak. Special thanks to all of the 2013 LFOA committee members and the hundreds of other volunteers who contributed their time and hard work to make this event possible.

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