2021 – 2022 Exhibitions
Regional Arts Center
All Schools Show
April 20 – May 9
Reception: Friday, May 6, 4-6 PM
La Crosse Schools – Central (Kader Gallery)
La Crosse Schools – Logan (Kader Gallery)
April 20 – May 17
Reception: Friday, May 6, 4-6 PM
Aquinas High School (Front Gallery)
Aquinas Elementary (Balcony Gallery)
May 10 – May 17
Reception: Friday, May 13, 6-8 PM
CESA 4 Regional Schools Art Exhibition
May 24 – July 16
Artist Reception: Friday, May 27, 5-7 PM
The Elect and the Damned
Beauty and Beyond Disability
July 20 – September 10
Artist Reception: Friday, August 5, 5-7 PM
The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep
The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep highlights Scheckel’s connections to the natural world and how it relates to her personal relationships. The imagery in each work references Scheckel’s understanding of the time spent with friends across challenging and rewarding terrains.
Iowa Combines examines the complex metaphysical relationship machines, architechure and other technological devices have with humans. Nordman uses collage to combine elements of architechure, machinery, and historical sights into one image which reveals a lingering human presence.
Filters and Signals
Boys & Girls Club
May 25 – June 18
International Owl Center
June 23 – July 16
September 15 – November 6
So They Were Named
Edvanson celebrates the beauty and fragility of human potential in the mixed media exhibition Sparking Bits. Using loose brushwork, linework and text, the artist brings humor to the other side of life.
This exhibition features the animal drawings of the self-named “Lineilist”artist, Dr. James Ringstrom. In “line” with French Pointillism, Ringstrom uses colorful lines of various lengths which are then blended by the viewer’s eye to create one coherent image.
Holmen High School
Sept. 15 – Nov.6
November 10 – January 8
Whitney Lea Sage
Some Place Good & Deep
Art and Poems by Daniel McConnell, uses poetry, paint, and mixed media to transcend the silence of autism and reveal the human spirit often obscured by limiting labels.
Land/Marks of Absence
Sage tells the stories of Midwestern cities through small panel paintings and “found object” sculptures. The exhibition, entitled Land/Marks of Absence, centers on the increasing cultural relevance of big industry, suburban migration, and architectural skeletons.
January 12 – February 26
Artist Reception: Friday, January 14, 5-7 PM
Nov.17 – Jan. 8
Movement. Balance. Change.
Movement. Balance. Change., reminiscent of the artist Alexander Calder, provides an alternative take on sculpture in the form of hanging mobiles. Made from stone, metal, and acrylic materials, Montague’s work invites the viewer to interact with the surrounding space through motion.
Blue Skies Research
Blue Skies Research refers to curiosity-driven research, conducted without a specific or practical application. Bradford’s oil paintings employ the concept of Blue Skies Research by exploring ideas of curiosity, openness, and imperfection. For the artist, each artwork embraces the irregularity of daily life and their memories as a means to visual investigation.
La Crosse Elementary
Jan. 12 – Feb. 5
Feb. 9 – Feb. 26
March 2 – April 16
Artist Reception: Friday, March 4, 5-7 PM
Ludicrous Landscapes: Counter Production
So Near, So Far
Comforts of Clay
Close to Home: Everyday Shapes, Patterns, and Colors
Painting the objects, shapes, and colors of everyday life, Tuchscherer creates still lifes of her surroundings. Each oil painting reflects the artist’s discoveries on her northeastern Wisconsin farm and other travels afar.
Tomah Middle School
Mar.2 – Mar.19
Onalaska High School
Mar.23 – April 16