The Neville Public Museum
74th Art Annual
|Exhibit Opens: 11-May-2019
|Exhibit Ends: 09-Jun-2019
See more images from the 74th Art Annual reception
Art exhibits have been a significant part of the Neville Public Museum's history since its beginning in 1915. In 1942, museum director, Earl Wright, initiated this juried art competition as a forum for contemporary dialog and visual interpretation across a wide spectrum of art forms. The Art Annual is open to anyone 18 or older that currently lives and produces art in the 24 counties of northeastern Wisconsin and the 14 counties of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
1st place: Andrew Linskens,for his acrylic painting entitled Abstract Antlers.
2nd place: Kerie Karls, for her mixed media work entitled Rising Into Her Fullness.
3rd place: Donald Taylor, for his wood fired porcelain vessel entitled Moon Pot.
Tom Friese, for his oil and cold wax painting entitled Flyover Series: Studio Fire 40% Contained.
James Tobias-Becker for his mixed media sculpture entitled Lady Day (Billie Holiday).
Joshua Leach, for his photograph entitled Refuge. Carolyn Paplham for her digital media illustration entitled The Universal Sign.
First Wednesday of every month: 9am-8pm*