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BETTY QUADRACCI 1938-2013 The 2014 Lakefront Festival of Art is dedicated to Betty Quadracci, champion of the arts and inspiration to many. Betty gave more than 26 years of service to the Milwaukee Art Museum as a volunteer and member of the Board of Trustees, and along with her husband, Harry, made the Quadracci Pavilion possible. As someone who believed that a person gets somewhere in life only when helping others get somewhere in life, Betty generously shared her insight, knowledge, wisdom and passion.



elcome to the 2014 Lakefront Festival of Art, presented by Quad/Graphics and Milwaukee Magazine. For more than 50 years the passion, dedication and hard work of our committees and hundreds of volunteers have created an event that is recognized as one of the premier art festivals in the country. This year will continue to build on that legacy with hopes of it being the best yet! From more than 1,200 applications, 176 talented artists from around the country have been jury selected, including this year’s poster artists, Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck. In addition to the artists, there will once again be the children’s art and activity area, access to all of the Milwaukee Art Museum’s exhibitions, including the featured exhibition, Kandinsky: A Retrospective, and delicious food and beverage choices. Making its return on Friday night is Lakefront Late Night including great local bands selected by Radio Milwaukee on our main stage. This year we are honored to dedicate Lakefront Festival of Art to the late Betty Quadracci. Betty’s support of the Lakefront Festival of Art was instrumental in growing the event into what it is today. From volunteering her time to providing financial support, she made an immense impact. Betty, you will be missed and remembered, especially here at the Lakefront Festival of Art. Please join us for a great weekend on a great lake,

For that, she will be missed. And for that, she will be remembered.


Festival Activities & Amenities


Main Stage Schedule


PNC Children’s Experience Schedule

12 Festival Information 15 A Museum-sized Makeover

Chris Fenske and Mark Muench 2014 Lakefront Festival of Art Co-Chairs

18 Artist Listings 21 Poster Artist

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.

Milwaukee Art Museum photo by Front Room Photography; Co-chairs photo by John Grant; Betty Quadracci photo by John Ehlers

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Sponsored by PNC Families and kids of all ages will enjoy interactive fun in the Children’s Area sponsored by PNC. Take advantage of several no-cost art experiences daily: ’Explore PNC’s Grow Up Great Mobile Learning Adventure where children can dress up as different professionals. Take home fun activity books and learning kits. ’Face painters, jugglers, and magicians will roam the children’s area. ’ Enjoy live entertainment on the Children’s Stage. ’ Create your own one-of-a-kind masterpiece in the Children’s Art Tent: Wind Chimes, Hairy Grass Guys, Paper Airplanes & Bi-planes, Still-life Drawings, Kandinsky-inspired Jewelry, Painting Easels and Window Walls.


MPS is honored to display student artwork along the Lincoln Memorial Drive fence. Students have created vibrant fruits and vegetables from plywood using a variety of artistic media. In addition to healthy produce, some student artwork expands aspects of the current Milwaukee Art Museum exhibit featuring work by the Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky. Creating artwork has been a critical piece of MPS’ efforts to restore art, music and physical education teachers to district schools over the last two years; more than 90 specialist positions have been added. Lakefront Festival of Art is a great opportunity to showcase the expanded MPS arts curriculum and the talents of our young people.

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Saturday, June 21, 1-2 p.m. Hosted by Milwaukee Magazine’s Claire Hanan, the fashion spectacular will feature unique fiber art fashions from participating Lakefront Festival of Art artists.


Explore the grounds and discover all your dining options. Located in the Lakefront Food court: ’ Saz’s Hospitality Group ’ Hue Vietnamese Restaurant & Lounge ’ Major Goolsby’s


MAIN STAGE SCHEDULE fashions created by LFOA artists.

Sponsored by:

2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Cache

Enjoy this exuberant six-piece Latin, jazz and salsa music ensemble.

FRIDAY, JUNE 20 Noon – 1 p.m. TBD 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Jon Chi

4 - 5 p.m. Boy Blue

Listen to songs exploring mortality, loss and redemption set to classic Americana and roots sounds.

3 -4 p.m. Evan Christian

Listen to Christian’s musical stylings which include flamenco guitar, jazz, funk, soul, reggae, latin rock, R&B, and even hip hop.

4:30 – 6 p.m. Calamity Janes and the Fratney Street Band This six-piece

“folkgrass� outfit blends lively string lines and thoughtful songwriting with their trademark: stop-in-your-tracks traditional three-part harmonies.

Enjoy this danceable music with good pop sensibility, which also feels genuine and uncontrived.

5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Grace Weber

Often labeled an “old soul,� Grace’s music is grounded in powerful soul, roots and gospel sounds, with her voice and songwriting as the centerpiece.

SUNDAY, JUNE 22 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Nora Collins

This accomplished singer and guitarist has a unique vocal quality that is both sensitive and upbeat.

6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Vic & Gab

1 – 2:30 p.m. Painted Caves

8 – 9:30 p.m. Naima Adedapo

3 – 4:30 p.m. Charlie Brooks and The Way It Is This band will keep your feet

These sisters are sure to delight with a mix of indie pop/rock with sweet harmonies, hooky bass and guitar lines. Naima’s sound has a pop vibe with soul sensibilities mixed with a powerful, smoky, soulful vocal delivery that is uniquely her own.

This talented group integrates Near Eastern and American music into a unified, cohesive, holistic form.

moving with soulful guitar solos, horn sections and Hammond organs.

SATURDAY, JUNE 21 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The Milwaukee Mandolin Orchestra Listen to traditional

WINE GARDEN SCHEDULE FRIDAY, JUNE 20 6 - 10 p.m. Kevin Soucie

1 - 2 p.m. Fiber Arts Fashion Show

SATURDAY, JUNE 21 3:30 – 7 p.m. Kevin Soucie

mandolin orchestra music plus light, classical, modern, Italian and Latin numbers. A fashion spectacular featuring unique fiber art

Enjoy musical styles drawing from folk, rock, blues, reggae, country and world music.


PERFORMING ARTS SCHEDULE Magicians, OH MY! Children can join in the fun and be entertained by street performers roaming the Children’s Area.

Presented by: FRIDAY, JUNE 20 Noon – 1 p.m. Greater Milwaukee El Sistema Kicking off LFOA, these talented

children on stringed instruments perform a variety of familiar tunes sure to please everyone.

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Hey Diddle Diddle Presented by Sunset Playhouse We all

know the story of the cat, the cow and the dog – now hear an original twist on this classic nursery rhyme. Our music-loving cat is just the muse our gravity-defying cow needs to overcome her fears and the pressure from the teasing dog. Join us for this fun musical adaptation of a story we all know and love. Discover what it takes to reach your star-quality goals!

3 – 4 p.m. Allen Field African Music Ensemble Enjoy the music and vocal

entertainment of these young MPS elementary students.

4:15 - 5 p.m. Accompany of Kids

A very talented group of kids, age 8-20, who love to sing and dance.

SATURDAY, JUNE 21 11 a.m. – Noon Hey Diddle Diddle 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. McMenamin Irish Dance Academy Don’t miss this traditional

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Hey Diddle Diddle 2:45 - 3:45 p.m. To the Point Dance Company Performance company presenting dance, vocal and acting. This is must-see entertainment!

4 - 5 p.m. Madison Contemporary Dance Company Adults and teenagers

come together in a mixture of ballet, jazz, hiphop, and modern dance.

5:15 – 6 p.m. Iberian Spanish Dance Company Colorful costumes, the

clapping of castanets along with the stamping of feet make this an exciting group to watch!

SUNDAY, JUNE 22 11:15 - 11:45 a.m. Reagan 1B High School Jazz Band Start off a perfect Sunday with outstanding jazz.

Noon – 1 p.m. Hey Diddle Diddle 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.

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Carnival of the Animals Presented by Danceworks and the Danceworks Youth Performance Company Did you ever see such a menagerie

Irish dance performance guaranteed to get your toes tapping and your hands clapping!

of dancing animals? Can you find your favorite animal?

1 – 3 p.m. Jugglers, Mimes and

3 – 4 p.m. Hey Diddle Diddle LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL of ART 2014 9

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’ Bella Caffé ’ Cold Spoons Gelato ’ Koepsell’s Festival Popcorn Located in the Milwaukee Magazine Wine Garden: ’ Shully’s Catering and Events Located inside the Museum: ’ Seated dining at Café Calatrava or sweet treats at The Coffee Shop


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 now features Shully’s Catering and Events, offering cheese plates and treats to complement any wine selection. Anyone with a bloody mary craving will be happy to see Jimmy Luv’s Bloody Mary bar!


Enjoy your favorite beer among friends or try a new microbrew at one of the beer tastings. (Check for tasting times). Offerings: MGD, Miller Lite, Blue Moon Belgian

White, Batch 19, Pilsner Urquell, Blue Moon Summer Seasonal, Rounder Belgian Style Pale Ale, Short Straw, and Redd’s Apple Ale. Samplings: Blue Moon Summer Seasonal, Pine in the Neck, Tongue Tied, Chimp, Rounder Belgian Style Pale Ale, and Short Straw.


Sponsored by Baird Visit to preview items and to place or monitor your bids! Bids will be accepted throughout the weekend until the auction closes on Sunday.


Sponsored by Hawks Landscape Take a stroll through the Sculpture Garden to envision how these unique landscape-sized sculptures could look in your own backyard!


Take home an award-winning keepsake from the 2014 festival, including clothing items and accessories featuring the artwork of this year’s poster artists, Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck.


Sponsored by brings you stories that make Milwaukee tick. From bars to restaurant

openings to insider views of local buildings, gives you Milwaukee like no one else. Sports, movies, music, festivals, exclusive interviews, theater and more. Download our app or visit Stick Around After the Sun Sets for Friday Night Art – Let day turn into night at the Museum! Artists’ booths and the festival are open 10 a.m.-10 p.m. June 20. Check out Calamity Janes and the Fratney Street Band, 4:30-6 p.m.; Vic and Gab, 6:30-7:30 p.m.; and Naima Adedapo, 8-9:30 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 Blue Moon Beer Garden near the stage and food vendors.

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The Lakefront Festival of Art runs: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, June 20 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 21 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 22 Advance tickets are just $10! See page 30 for local businesses selling advance tickets. Admission includes all access to the Milwaukee Art Museum! ’ $17 per adult ’ $10 per Milwaukee Art Museum member ’ $14 per student/senior ’ $25 three-day pass ’ Kids under 12 are free! So are veterans, active military and K-12 teachers! Bring non-perishable food items with your Pick ‘n Save Fresh Perks Card to the Lakefront Festival of Art, June 20-22, to support Pick ‘n Save’s Feeding Families Food Drive, benefiting Hunger Task Force and save $5 on general admission. Support the Feeding Families Food Drive and the Milwaukee Art Museum, one of Milwaukee’s premier cultural attractions. ONLINE OR AT THE GATE: ADD $3 AND RECEIVE A ONE-YEAR SUBSCRIPTION TO MILWAUKEE MAGAZINE.


’ Official Festival Parking is $10 and available at the CPS lot across from the Summerfest Main gates (Entrance 691 E. Chicago St. or 265 N. Harbor Dr.). ’ For festival parking details and map please visit


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.

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 20, 10 a.m. – Noon FREE admission for two (Art Advocate level and above) Meet the artists, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and purchase great art. Special Member rates! Receive free Lakefront Festival of Art admission for two when you purchase or renew a new Milwaukee Art Museum membership at the entrance gate. Includes all-access admission to the Museum, 10 percent off purchases in the Museum Store and at Café Calatrava, and two tickets to the festival—a value of more than $50!


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over the past several years, the layout has become a little disjointed. How will the renovation fix that?

A MUSEUM-SIZED MAKEOVER When the art is at risk, there is no time to waste. BY LAURA PATTEN


omeowners know that periodic structural improvement projects come with the territory. Now imagine that your home is 341,000 square feet, essentially consisting of three buildings built in 1957, 1975 and 2001, spanning four floors (with some areas of those additions leaking since day one), featuring 30,000 works of art and worldclass collections. “When the rolls of duct tape needed to hold something together cost more than the repair itself, you know it’s time to fix things,” deadpans Milwaukee Art Museum Director Dan Keegan. So the Museum has kicked off a $25 million capital campaign to make the necessary repairs. Milwaukee County, which owns the 1957 War Memorial Center and the 1975 Kahler addition, contributed $10 million, with the Museum responsible for raising the remaining $15 million. Construction begins this fall and will last about a year. Milwaukee Magazine spoke with Keegan to learn more about the current state of the structures and what people can expect when the renovations are complete. Describe the condition of the buildings for us.

The two older buildings, the War Memorial Center and the Kahler addition, are deteriorating. We have drip pans in ceilings and absorbent pads on some floors, the HVAC [heating/ventilation/air conditioning] system is beyond its lifespan, and we’ve had to close two galleries in the European

collection because of leaking and buckling floors. There’s a high risk of damage to the art collections in our galleries and the risk is too high to go another year without doing something.

Why not act sooner?

We held off on making repairs until we finalized all the agreements with the county and had assurances that the Museum would have responsibility for the spaces it occupies, which makes sense, given that the Museum has the highest risk because of the value of the collection. To be clear, there was no bad intent here by the county; it was just a matter of priorities and pressures on dollars and precious few to go around. But we all agree that we’re at a tipping point now and that the condition of the buildings constitutes a crisis. We’re moving together full steam ahead to rectify the problems.

What stays open during the renovation? Everything in the Quadracci Pavilion, which is the area created by Santiago Calatrava, stays open. That includes the large exhibition space and Windhover Hall—the open area that looks like the prow of a ship—the east and west gallerias, Café Calatrava and the Museum Store. Only the permanent collection galleries will be off view during construction. We’ll continue to present exhibitions in the Quadracci Pavilion, and the ones coming up will be stellar.

Let’s talk about the layout of the collections. Because of the Museum’s growth

It will be easier to find your way around the Museum because we’re going to present our collections in a whole new way. For example, the American art collection, once across three floors, will be combined into its own wing on the second level. The lower level will be brand new, with more than 12,000 square feet dedicated to photography and new media. We’re one of the few museums in the United States to devote this kind of space to these art forms—and it’s one way that the Museum remains relevant in a digital age.

Describe the plan to enclose the Kahler sculpture court.

This will be a marvelous improvement. Eighty percent of the Museum’s leaks have been attributed to the sculpture court. It has been closed off to the public and has never worked the way it was supposed to when it was finished in 1975. It was designed as a beautiful outdoor element, but our weather is unforgiving six months out of the year. We’re going to put a roof on it and add 5,000 square feet in gallery space.

You’ll be extending the Veterans Memorial and establishing access to the lakefront and east addition. Tell us more about that. This is about the rooftop, which we’re turning into a green memorial garden. We’ll add two major pathways and sets of stairs so you can walk across the rooftop and down to the lake. Plus you can enter the Museum from the east and not have to walk around to the main entrance on the west side. These enhancements will mark the first time that the Veterans Memorial and the Museum will have a complete connection; this creates a unified experience around the memorial, the Museum and the lake. LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL of ART 2014 15

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Works of art purchased by the Friends of Art


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What’s the biggest change that people will notice?

The east addition, which will feature a twofloor design, the new lakeside entrance and a lobby. The addition is 17,000 square feet, so there’s significantly more space to exhibit art here. The contemporary art collection will be expanded into this space and we’ll dedicate 5,000 square feet to exhibitions that change. With this gallery changing periodically, we will never be in the dark in terms of feature exhibitions.

The Museum has enjoyed healthy support over the years, not only from benefactors but also volunteers. Talk about the role of Friends of Art volunteers and Lakefront Festival of Art in this capital campaign. The volunteers are powerful and critical to our success, and it’s been that way for the 53 years that the Lakefront Festival of Art has existed. This annual fundraiser supports the Museum’s collections of art and its related programs, including exhibitions. If you were to list the works of art acquired through funds raised by Friends of Art, it would include some of our most important pieces, such as “Ruin” by Nam June Paik and “Madonna and Child” by Nardo di Cione, and some of our most popular, such as “Janitor” by Duane Hanson.

These structural improvements that we’re making to the buildings are all about protecting the art—now and for future generations. Year after year, decade after decade, these volunteers are generating funds for the art and programs about the art. When you think about it, that’s pretty magical. WANT TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE MUSEUM’S CAPITAL CAMPAIGN? So far, citizens and foundations have pledged $13 million of the $15 million the Museum hopes to raise to renovate the Kahler addition and Veterans Memorial. To make a donation, visit, email or call 414-224-3245.


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ARTISTS BY NAME Ali, Ellie 26 Amrhein, Scott 108 Anderson, Joel 41 Andrews, Marilyn 53 Arnold, Amy & Sauber Olds, Kelsey 3 Arnold, Tim 5 Bailey, Anderson 147 Beam, Brian 22 Bedford, Jill 66 Benedict, Albert 16 Berndt, Julie 8 Blackwell, John & Erin 153 Borden, James 174 Bower, Marvin 2 Bright, Sally J. 139 Brown, Michael 61 Brudnicki, Tim 29 Burleson, Dan 88 Byers, Sandra 161 Carson, Theresa 152 Charbonneau, John 118 Christensen, Peggotty 171 Chunhaswasdikul, Paveen “Beer” 44 Cianciolo, Ann Marie 87 Cole, Micheal Paul 132 D’Alfonso, Rey 144 D’Aquino, Donna 4 Dawald, Jeff & Darlene 92 DeCresenzo,Janine 72 Dekok, Ron 122 Diebolt, Mark & Sharon 75 Dominiak, Melissa 55 Dragon, Patrick 70 Driscoll, Devon 109 Eastburn, Judith 160 Edgar, Steve 11

Ferguson, Kenneth 39 Finelli, Melissa 137 Flynn, Amy 130 French, Diane 49 Frey, Benjamin 115 Gall, Theodore 18 Gamble, Scott 7 Garris, Sandi 151 Giannobile, Sarah 103 Gillie, Cameron 155 Grace, Russell & Kullmann, Angela 129 Grubich, Nathan & St.HilaireGrubich, Amanda 124 Gubitz, Karen 162 Hachey, Hilary 52 Hansen, Anthony 135 Harris, Geoffrey 145 Hartley, Scott 117 Hatala, Matthew 19 Hawke, Kyle 113 Hecker, Jon & Patricia 47 Henri, Clifton 105 Henson, Daiga & Svilis, Sarmite 142 Hequembourg, Aaron 86 Hessler, Robert 106 Hill, Susan 111 Ho, Janice 43 Hobgood, Cali 84 Horowitz, Shaari & Jones, Alistair 76 Hoynik, Joe 89 Hughes, Ronnie 42 Hungerford, Rebecca 176 Hunting, Wes 96 Hustad, Bruce 112 James, Earl 78

Jimenez, Nicario 82 Johnston, Sharon 131 Jones, Aletha 77 Kamolpornwijit, Wiwat 33 Kapp, Christine 15 Keating, Steve 154 Kidd, William 17 Kite, Frances 46 Klein, Paul 175 Kontorina, Marina 119 Kubale, Nancy 98 LaGrave, Dawn 28 Lauersdorf, Robin 85 LeAir, Deb 156 Lee, Ning 12 Lee, Seung 143 Leffel, Rusty 114 Lewis, Linda 27 Loudermilk, Rick 138 Lounsbury, Clifford 167 Maja 168 Malloy, Clare 94 Matabele, Emerson 14 Maurland, Elisabeth 83 McCune, Michelle 173 McFarland, Mary 21 McLean, Jack & Alice 24 Meddaugh, Paul 9 Michaels, Lou 93 Mikula, Michael 37 Miller, Sandra 159 Mullan, Jim & Tori 38 Mullan, Tori 36 Munn, Lance & Vicki 30 Musolff, Katie 81 Naftzger, Matthew 104 Newstat, Barry 13 Nowatzki, Steve 73


5 Nuez, Xavier 136 Orr, Mark 45 Pack, Anthony 48 Palson, Patricia 172 Parker, James 35 Petran, James 127 Petrey, John 6 Porter, H.C. 25 Raab, George 134 Raasch, Jeffrey 31 Rakhmanina, Tatiana & Kharisov, Andrei 99 Rasmusson, Gregg 146 Rathonyi, Agnes 149 Roche, Greg 166 Rogers, Dale 1 Ross, Daniel & Lee 169 Rudquist, Monica 90 Ruff, John & Carolyn 120 Ruiz, Tamara 148 Ryan, Richard 60 Saulitis, Erik 102 Schienle, Jill 164 Schlabaugh, Mark 67 Schlabaugh, Mark & Doreen 69 Schulte, Joan 79 Schunke, Michael & Gluck, Josie 158 Schwegmann, Michael 57 Sebastian, Stephen 54 Sebastian, Stephen 56 Seslar, Lin 40 Seymour, Julie 63 Shea, Andrew 121 Sigwarth, Douglas & Renee 20 Silverstein, Grant 163

Sly, Mary & Wyatt, Dan 74 Smith, Jon 80 Solin, Randi 150 Sots, Natalya 125 Spies, Klaus 157 Stang, Sam 107 Story, Gregory 123 Strachov, Gregory 62 Sudduth, Mark 71 Sutter-Blair, Julie 100 Swagerle, Steve 97 Swanson, Ken 59 Sweitzer, John 34 Thompson, Dean Russell 10 Thompson, Philip 101 Torgerson, Eugenie 116 Ulevicius, Kostas 64 Ultican, Brad 141 Valentine, Louise & Provencher, Brian 126 Van Assche, Andrew 51 Viene, Caroline 165 Wargin, Thomas 32 Welton, Mike 170 White, Jonathan 58 Whitfield, Warner 50 Wilbat, James 23 Wilson, Kim 128 Winter, Mark 140 Wooden, Teresa 95 Wroblewski, Nick 133 Yingst, Kreg 91 Yoo, Youngjoo 110 Youngquist, Betsy 65 Zhou, Yu 68

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Dale Rogers Haverhill, MA Sculpture Marvin Bower Boonsboro, MD Fiber-Wearable Amy Arnold & Kelsey Sauber Olds Viroqua, WI Mixed Media 3D Award 2013 Donna D’Aquino Bethel, ME Jewelry Invite 2013 Tim Arnold Villa Park, IL Ceramics Artist Advisor John Petrey Chattanooga, TN Sculpture Award 2012 Scott Gamble Cumming, GA Glass Julie Berndt Dawson, MN Ceramics Paul Meddaugh Madison, WI Digital Dean Russell Thompson Loveland, CO Printmaking Steve Edgar Tallahassee, FL Fiber-Wearable Award 2012 Ning Lee Livingston, NJ Painting Award 2011 Barry Newstat Western Springs, IL Wood Emerson Matabele New Orleans, LA Photography Christine Kapp Luck, WI Painting Albert Benedict Whitewater, WI Sculpture William Kidd Miramar, FL Ceramics Award 2013 Theodore Gall Ojai, CA Sculpture Award

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2011 Matthew Hatala Danielsville, GA Wood Douglas & Renee Sigwarth River Falls, WI Glass Mary McFarland Brodhead, KY Fiber-Wearable Brian Beam Fulton, MI Ceramics James Wilbat Deerfield, IL Glass Artist Advisor Jack & Alice McLean Johnsburg, IL Metal H.C. Porter Vicksburg, MS Mixed Media 2D Ellie Ali Lisbon, Portugal Drawing/Pastels Linda Lewis West Des Moines, IA Sculpture Dawn LaGrave Kenmore, WA Digital Tim Brudnicki Eau Claire, WI Wood Lance & Vicki Munn Bloomfield, IN Wood Jeffrey Raasch Milwaukee, WI Ceramics Thomas Wargin Menomonee Falls, WI Sculpture Wiwat Kamolpornwijit Alexandria, VA Jewelry John Sweitzer Champaign, IL Wood Invite 2013 James Parker Rochester Hills, MI Photography Tori Mullan Pompano Beach, FL Jewelry Michael Mikula Cleveland, OH Glass Jim & Tori Mullan Pompano Beach,





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NC Painting Double Category 57 Michael Schwegmann Champaign, IL Ceramics 58 Jonathan White South Portland, ME Ceramics 59 Ken Swanson Racine, WI Printmaking 60 Richard Ryan Bourbonnais, IL Glass 61 Michael Brown Antioch, IL Digital Artist Advisor 62 Gregory Strachov Floral City, FL Painting 63 Julie Seymour Hillpoint, WI Jewelry Award 2011 64 Kostas Ulevicius St. Petersburg, FL Sculpture 65 Betsy Youngquist Rockford, IL Mixed Media 3D Artist Advisor 66 Jill Bedford Delafield, WI Photography Award 2011 67 Mark Schlabaugh Kalona, IA Wood Double Category 68 Yu Zhou Yardley, PA Painting Award 2011 69 Mark & Doreen Schlabaugh Kalona, IA Mixed Media 3D Double Category 70 Patrick Dragon Lakeland, FL Ceramics 71 Mark Sudduth Cleveland Hts, OH Glass 72 Janine DeCresenzo Philadelphia, PA Jewelry 73 Steve Nowatzki Minneapolis, MN Printmaking 74 Mary Sly & Dan Wyatt Friday Harbor, WA Fiber-Wearable 75 Mark & Sharon Diebolt Rochester, NY Wood 76 Shaari Horowitz & Alistair Jones Sharon, CT Wood 77 Aletha Jones Madison, WI Painting 78 Earl James Cleveland, OH Glass 79 Joan Schulte Louisville, KY Photography 80 Jon Smith Clearwater, FL Painting 81 Katie Musolff Stoddard, WI Painting Award 2013 82 Nicario Jimenez Naples, FL Mixed Media 3D Award 2012 83 Elisabeth Maurland Decorah, IA Ceramics 84 Cali Hobgood Urbana, IL Photography Artist Advisor 85 Robin Lauersdorf Monona, WI Drawing/Pastels 86 Aaron Hequembourg Monticello, GA Mixed Media 2D 87 Ann Marie Cianciolo Milwaukee, WI Jewelry 88 Dan Burleson Troy, MO Wood 89 Joe Hoynik Los Angeles, CA Digital 90 Monica Rudquist Minneapolis, MN Ceramics Award 2012 91 Kreg Yingst Pensacola, FL Printmaking 92 Jeff & Darlene Dawald Faribault, MN Jewelry 93 Lou Michaels Cape Coral, FL Mixed Media 3D 94 Clare Malloy Wliiams Bay, WI Drawing/Pastels 95 Teresa Wooden Burlington, WI Ceramics 96 Wes Hunting Princeton, WI Glass 97 Steve Swagerle Mineral Point, WI Painting 98 Nancy Kubale Rutherfordton, NC Mixed Media 3D 99 Tatiana Rakhmanina & Andrei Kharisov Hinton, WV Fiber-Wearable 100 Julie Sutter-Blair Belleville, WI Printmaking Award 2013 101 Philip Thompson Bangor, MI Printmaking 102 Erik Saulitis Minneapolis, MN Photography 103 Sarah Giannobile Webster Groves, MO Mixed Media 2D Invite 2013 104 Matthew Naftzger Pittsburgh, PA Jewelry


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105 Clifton Henri Chicago, IL Photography 106 Robert Hessler Kingston, NY Ceramics 107 Sam Stang Augusta, MO Glass 108 Scott Amrhein Sherwood, WI Glass 109 Devon Driscoll New Richmond, WI Jewelry 110 Youngjoo Yoo Champaign, IL Jewelry 111 Susan Hill Kansas City, MO Fiber-NonWearable Invite 2013 112 Bruce Hustad Cedarburg, WI Painting 113 Kyle Hawke Wellington, OH Wood 114 Rusty Leffel Mission Hills, KS Photography 115 Benjamin Frey Buena Vista, VA Drawing/Pastels 116 Eugenie Torgerson Niles, MI Mixed Media 2D 117 Scott Hartley Benton, KS Glass 118 John Charbonneau Santa Fe, NM Digital 119 Marina Kontorina Grand Rapids, MI Painting 120 John Ruff Carolyn Ruff Springfield, MO Jewelry 121 Andrew Shea Minneapolis, MN Glass 122 Ron Dekok Belleville, WI Wood 123 Gregory Story Chicago, IL Ceramics 124 Nathan Grubich & Amanda St.HilaireGrubich Ludington, MI Ceramics 125 Natalya Sots Schaumburg, IL Sculpture 126 Louise Valentine & Brian Provencher Gibsons, BC Fiber-Wearable 127 James Petran Iowa City, IA Painting 128 Kim Wilson Fox Point, WI Jewelry Artist Advisor 129 Russell Grace & Angela Kullmann Tallahassee, FL Photography 130 Amy Flynn Raleigh, NC Mixed Media 3D 131 Sharon Johnston Dallas, TX Jewelry Award 2013 132 Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, MO Photography Invite 2013 133 Nick Wroblewski Viroqua, WI Printmaking Artist Advisor 134 George Raab Millbrook, Ontario, Canada Printmaking Award 2011 135 Anthony Hansen Morro Bay, CA Metal 136 Xavier Nuez Chicago, IL Photography 137 Melissa Finelli Boston, MA Jewelry 138 Rick Loudermilk Austin, TX Painting 139 Sally J. Bright Fenton, MI Fiber-Non-Wearable 140 Mark Winter Milwaukee, WI Sculpture 141 Brad Ultican Blue Springs, MO Drawing/Pastels

142 Daiga Henson & Sarmite Svilis East Windsor, NJ Fiber-Wearable Award 2011 143 Seung Lee Cathedral City, CA Printmaking Award 2011 144 Rey D’Alfonso Miami, FL Painting 145 Geoffrey Harris Lexington, SC Digital 146 Gregg Rasmusson St. Louis, MO Ceramics 147 Anderson Bailey Chattanooga, TN Ceramics 148 Tamara Ruiz Blair, NE Mixed Media 2D 149 Agnes Rathonyi St. Catharines, Canada Mixed Media 2D 150 Randi Solin Brattleboro, VT Glass 151 Sandi Garris State College, PA Fiber-NonWearable 2013 Poster Artist 152 Theresa Carson Baltimore, MD Jewelry 153 John & Erin Blackwell High Ridge, MO Glass 154 Steve Keating Fort Collins, CO Photography 155 Cameron Gillie Madison, WI Photography 156 Deb LeAir St Paul, MN Ceramics 157 Klaus Spies Asheville, NC Jewelry Award 2011 158 Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck West Grove, PA Glass 2014 Poster Artist 159 Sandra Miller West Chester, PA FiberWearable 160 Judith Eastburn Des Moines, IA Photography Silent Auction Winner 161 Sandra Byers Rock Springs, WI Ceramics Artist advisor 162 Karen Gubitz Oak Park, IL Fiber-NonWearable 163 Grant Silverstein Mansfield, PA Printmaking Invite 2013 164 Jill Schienle Madison, WI Jewelry 165 Caroline Viene Eugene, OR Jewelry 166 Greg Roche Watsonville, CA FiberWearable 167 Clifford Lounsbury Tawas City, MI Wood 168 Maja Carmel, CA Jewelry Award 2012 169 Daniel & Lee Ross Hovland, MN Sculpture 170 Mike Welton Minneapolis, MN Painting 171 Peggotty Christensen Prescott, AZ FiberWearable 172 Patricia Palson Contoocook, NH FiberWearable Invite 2013 173 Michelle McCune Mundelein, IL Painting 174 James Borden Sibley, IA Wood 175 Paul Klein Amherst Jct, WI Mixed Media 3D 2014 Design Award Artist 176 Rebecca Hungerford St Joseph, MI Metal

Artist booths 158-176 located inside the Milwaukee Art Museum

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POSTER ARTIST Quenching the Thirst for Beauty BY LAURA PATTEN

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methyst. Smoky topaz. Cerulean blue. The color names are nearly as beautiful as the hand-blown glass pitchers created by Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck in their Vetro Vero studio in West Grove, Pa. Flattened to increase color saturation, the pitchers brilliantly capture light. The narrowed depth allows for playful overlapping displays on bookshelves and windowsills. People often mix and match the pitchers and overlap the colors, says Gluck. “It’s fun to sell them that way because people get really engaged; we hear about the colors in their homes. So then it becomes a collaborative thing,” she says. The artists’ own collaboration began in 2008 when Gluck became Schunke’s teaching assistant for his advanced glassblowing class. In addition to their signature pitchers, these talented artists also design and create vases, vessels, bottles, sculpture, goblets and drinkware, candleholders, and the work they’re probably the most proud of—their “squiggle” bowls, one-of-a-kind pieces made with layers of blown and manipulated glass. “They are unquestionably unique,” offers Gluck. Each bowl represents days of work, which creates patterns that neither Gluck nor Schunke have seen anywhere else. “It took us a long time to get them to look the way we wanted them to. We’re on our fourth year and just recently became very happy with them,” adds Schunke. (View the bowls, and a slide show of their glassblowing process, at Between them, Schunke and Gluck have 40 years of experience, and have created tens of thousands of works. But only those that meet their high standards make it out of the studio and into people’s homes. “I shoot the others with a pellet gun,” Schunke quips. Visit Gluck and Schunke, and their works of art, at Booth 158 inside the museum at this year’s Lakefront Festival of Art. LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL of ART 2014 21

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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

27 Printmaking 28 Sculpture 28 Wood

Our thanks to Schlossman Au to Group for prov iding transportation for the artists.


5 Tim Arnold Artist Advisor

147 Anderson Bailey

22 Brian Beam

8 Julie Berndt

161 Sandra Byers Artist advisor

44 Paveen “Beer� Chunhaswasdikul Award 2012

70 Patrick Dragon

124 Nathan Grubich & Amanda St.HilaireGrubich

106 Robert Hessler

17 William Kidd Award 2013

156 Deb LeAir

83 Elisabeth Maurland

31 Jeffrey Raasch

146 Gregg Rasmusson

90 Monica Rudquist Award 2012

57 Michael Schwegmann

123 Gregory Story

51 Andrew Van Assche

58 Jonathan White

95 Teresa Wooden


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61 Michael Brown Artist Advisor

118 John Charbonneau

145 Geoffrey Harris

89 Joe Hoynik

28 Dawn LaGrave

49 Diane French

115 Benjamin Frey

85 Robin Lauersdorf

139 Sally J. Bright

151 Sandi Garris 2013 Poster Artist

162 Karen Gubitz


9 Paul Meddaugh

26 Ellie Ali


94 Clare Malloy

141 Brad Ultican


111 Susan Hill Invite 2013

2 Marvin Bower

171 Peggotty Christensen

11 Steve Edgar Award 2012

142 Daiga Henson & Sarmite Svilis Award 2011

21 Mary McFarland

159 Sandra Miller

172 Patricia Palson Invite 2013

99 Tatiana Rakhmanina & Andrei Kharisov

166 Greg Roche LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL of ART 2014 23

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74 Mary Sly Dan Wyatt

126 Louise Valentine & Brian Provencher

108 Scott Amrhein

153 John & Erin Blackwell

7 Scott Gamble

117 Scott Hartley

42 Ronnie Hughes

96 Wes Hunting

78 Earl James

37 Michael Mikula

60 Richard Ryan

158 Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck 2014 Poster Artist

121 Andrew Shea

20 Douglas & Renee Sigwarth

150 Randi Solin

107 Sam Stang

69 Mark Sudduth

50 Warner Whitfield Invite 2013

23 James Wilbat Artist Advisor

168 Maja Award 2012

152 Theresa Carson

87 Ann Marie Cianciolo

4 Donna D’Aquino Invite 2013

92 Jeff & Darlene Dawald

72 Janine DeCresenzo



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109 Devon Driscoll

137 Melissa Finelli

52 Hilary Hachey

43 Janice Ho

131 Sharon Johnston Award 2013

33 Wiwat Kamolpornwijit

46 Frances Kite

36 Tori Mullan

104 Matthew Naftzger

120 John & Carolyn Ruff

164 Jill Schienle

63 Julie Seymour Award 2011

157 Klaus Spies Award 2011

165 Caroline Viene

128 Kim Wilson Artist Advisor



110 Youngjoo Yoo

135 Anthony Hansen

176 Rebecca Hungerford

24 Jack & Alice McLean

103 Sarah Giannobile Invite 2013

86 Aaron Hequembourg

25 H.C. Porter

149 Agnes Rathonyi

148 Tamara Ruiz

116 Eugenie Torgerson LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL of ART 2014 25

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3 Amy Arnold & Kelsey Sauber Olds amyallisonarnold Award 2013

130 Amy Flynn

82 Nicario Jimenez Award 2012

175 Paul Klein 2014 Design Award Artist

98 Nancy Kubale

93 Lou Michaels

38 Jim & Tori Mullan

48 Anthony Pack anthonypack

69 Mark & Doreen Schlabaugh Double Category

65 Betsy Youngquist Artist Advisor

144 Rey D’Alfonso

55 Melissa Dominiak

39 Kenneth Ferguson kennethfergusonfineart. com

112 Bruce Hustad

77 Aletha Jones

15 Christine Kapp

119 Marina Kontorina

12 Ning Lee Award 2011

138 Rick Loudermilk

173 Michelle McCune

81 Katie Musolff Award 2013

127 James Petran

56 Stephen Sebastian Double Category

40 Lin Seslar

80 Jon Smith



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62 Gregory Strachov

97 Steve Swagerle

170 Mike Welton

66 Jill Bedford Award 2011

132 Micheal Paul Cole Invite 2013

160 Judith Eastburn Silent Auction Winner

105 Clifton Henri

84 Cali Hobgood Artist Advisor

154 Steve Keating

68 Yu Zhou Award 2011

41 Joel Anderson

155 Cameron Gillie gallery_pinhole/gallery_ pinhole.htm

129 Russell Grace & Angela Kullmann

114 Rusty Leffel

14 Emerson Matabele


136 Xavier Nuez

35 James Parker

102 Erik Saulitis

79 Joan Schulte

143 Seung Lee Award 2011

73 Steve Nowatzki

134 George Raab Award 2011

54 Stephen Sebastian Double Category

163 Grant Silverstein Invite 2013

100 Julie Sutter-Blair Award 2013 LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL of ART 2014 27

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59 Ken Swanson kenswansonprintmaker. com

10 Dean Russell Thompson

101 Philip Thompson

133 Nick Wroblewski Artist Advisor

91 Kreg Yingst

53 Marilyn Andrews Award 2013

16 Albert Benedict

18 Theodore Gall Award 2011

27 Linda Lewis

45 Mark Orr

6 John Petrey Award 2012

1 Dale Rogers

169 Daniel & Lee Ross

125 Natalya Sots

64 Kostas Ulevicius

29 Tim Brudnicki

88 Dan Burleson



32 Thomas Wargin

140 Mark Winter theworksofmarkandbeth.

174 James Borden


i 122 Ron Dekok

75 Mark & Sharon Diebolt

19 Matthew Hatala

113 Kyle Hawke hawkesculpture

47 Jon & Patricia Hecker


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76 Shaari Horowitz & Alistair Jones

167 Clifford Lounsbury

30 Lance & Vicki Munn

13 Barry Newstat

67 Mark Schlabaugh Double Category

34 John Sweitzer Invite 2013

Want to join in the fun?

s Advance ticket e or M are $10. information on page 30.

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2014 ADVANCE TICKET OUTLETS APPLETON Stein Garden & Gifts 4860 W. Wisconsin Ave.

BAYSIDE Bayside Garden Center 400 E. Brown Deer Rd. Bayside Floral Design 333 W. Brown Deer Rd. Otto’s Wine & Spirits 8850 N. Port Washington Rd. Sendik’s 340 W. Brown Deer Rd.

BELLEVUE Stein Garden & Gifts 2727 Eaton Rd.

BIG BEND Stein Garden & Gifts S71 W23445 National Ave.

BROOKFIELD Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 20350 Watertower Blvd. Elite Sports Club 13825 W. Burleigh; 600 N. Barker Rd. Metro Market 17630 W. Bluemound Rd. Stein Garden & Gifts 14845 W. Capitol Dr.

CEDARBURG Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage W63 N675 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 Garden & Gifts W184 N9676 Appleton Ave.

GLENDALE Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 6000 N. Port Washington Rd. Danny Vegh’s (at Bayshore Town Center) 540 W. Silver Spring Dr., Suite K-130 Elite Sports Clubs 5750 N. Glen Park Rd.; 2001 W. Good Hope Rd.

GRAFTON Sendik’s 2195 1st Ave.

GREEN BAY Stein Garden & Gifts 980 Waube Ln.

GREENFIELD Sendik’s 7901 W. Layton Ave.

KENOSHA Stein Garden & Gifts 6300 Green Bay Rd.

MENOMONEE FALLS Purloin Studio N88 W16567 Main St.

MEQUON Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 11303 N. Port Washington Rd. Elite Sports Club 11616 N. Port Washington Rd. Metro Market 11558 N. Port Washington Rd. Richmond Financial Services 7105 W. Mequon Rd. Sendik’s 10930 N. Port Washington Rd. Stein Garden & Gifts N10850 W13 Port Washington Rd. TCBY 11523 N. Port Washington Rd.

MILWAUKEE Artist and Display 9015 W. Burleigh St. 30 LAKEFRONT FESTIVAL OF ART 2014

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Maxies Southern Comfort 6732 W. Fairview Ave. Milwaukee Public Schools Division of Recreation & Community Services 5225 W. Vliet St., Room 162 Stein Garden & Gifts 5400 S. 27th Street; 3725 S. 108th St.

MILWAUKEE (DOWNTOWN/EASTSIDE) Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 626 E. Ogden Ave. DeLind Art Gallery 450 E. Mason St. George Watts & Son/Watts Tea Shop 761 N. Jefferson St. Katie Gingrass Gallery 207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 100 Metro Market 1123 N. Van Buren St. Milwaukee Art Museum Store 700 N. Art Museum Drive Nehring’s Sendik’s on Downer 2643 N. Downer Ave. Sobelmans Pub & Grill 1900 W. St. Paul Ave. Sobelmans at Marquette 1601 W. Wells St. UWM Peck School of Fine Arts Box Office, 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd.; Box Office, 2419 E. Kenwood Blvd.

NEW BERLIN Sendik’s 3600 S. Moorland Rd.

OCONOMOWOC Stein Garden & Gifts 1570 Unity Dr.

OSHKOSH Stein Garden & Gifts 300 S. Koeller St.

RACINE Milaeger’s 4838 Douglas Ave. Stein Garden & Gifts 6626 Washington Ave.

SHOREWOOD Nehring’s Sendik’s on Oakland 4027 N. Oakland Ave.

STURTEVANT Milaeger’s 8717 Highway 11

WAUKESHA Stein Garden & Gifts 2220 E. Moreland Blvd.

WAUWATOSA Arte Wine & Painting Studio 1442 Underwood Ave. Blue’s Egg 317 N. 76th St. Sendik’s 8616 W. North Ave. Stein Garden & Gifts 12217 Watertown Plank Rd. The Little Read Book 7603 W. State St.

WEST BEND Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 870 E. Paradise Dr. Sendik’s 280 N. 18th Ave. Stein Garden & 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.


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Festival Chairs: Chris Fenske, Mark Muench; Friends of Art: Julia DeCicco, Kim Muench; Advance Tickets: Christy Metcalf, Scott Gray; Artists: Bernice Austin, Julia DeCicco, Kim Muench; Buildings and Grounds: Mark Muench; Children’s Art: Linda Boxill, Ann Krueger, John Krueger; Corporate: Kathy Emery; Finance: Danielle Brinkman, Mike King; Food and Beverage: Nate Kraucunas, Martha Moore; Headquarters/Information: Deborah Fabritz, Laura Lieske; Legal: Catherine Faught Pollard; Member Morning: Lynn Cornwell; Performing Arts: Kaye Giese, Andrew Hunn, Ted Brusubardis; Poster: Nancy Munroe; Program: Linda Lundeen; Promotions: Annette Melcher, Deborah Gerke; Public Relations: Jen Dirks, Mary Anderson; Sculpture Garden: Bob Wolf; Silent Auction: Erin McGurty, Katharine Perella; Social: Kate Pertzsch, Rebecca Nault; Volunteers: Michelle Dwyer; Wine Garden: Linda Lundeen, Erin Vollmer. Art Museum Staff: Festival Director: Krista Renfrew; Festival Coordinator: Jennifer Kobe; Artist Liaison: Dionne Wachowiak.

Special thanks to the 2014 LFOA committee members and the hundreds of volunteers who contributed their time and hard work to make this event possible.

Photo by John Grant


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