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2024 CAG Member Gallery

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We are transitioning from 2023 to 2024 and automatically creating member pop-up pages. Members, click this link and fill out the form and you, too, can have a gallery page on our website!

Ellen

Anderson

Oil on Canvas

With reverence for nature, Ellen's oil paintings invite you into the wilds of Wisconsin. She presents beautifully atmospheric work, creating an almost myth-like reality of a time and place of importance and power. Changing light and the colors it introduces are a personal joy and the often serene quality of scenes of untouched wonders continue as interests in her painting.

Diane

Boer-Henke

Hand Built Ceramics-Mixed Media

My pieces are one-of-a-kind hand built creations. I often incorporate found items and repurposed antiques and hardware, bring them a new life.
I love incorporating humor and expression into my works based on my experiences. The viewer is invited to add their own experiences to the work.

Vince

Condella

Photography

Photography hobbyist who enjoys exploring the surroundings with camera in hand. Looking for transcendent images and using photography as haiku.

Barbara

Dickmann

Pottery/Stoneware

Barbara's art objective is the creation of functional and fun stoneware both on the potter's wheel and by hand-building. Her pottery tends to be one-of-a-kind pieces as her interests and glaze choices always vary. Each piece strives for inspired craftsmanship and represents a new adventure using natural colors and textures of the earth.

Victoria

Berdichevsky

oil, watercolor, gouache

Victoria is a classically trained visual artist inspired by the tradition of the European theatre. In her attention to detail and sense of style, Victoria draws inspiration from such greats as Erté, Leon Bakst and Alexandre Benouis.

She was born and raised in Moscow, Russia, receiving her Master’s in Costume and Set Design from the world-renowned Moscow Art Theatre School (MXAT). She also received vigorous training in representational painting from the Surikov’s School of Fine Art.

Bryan H

Browning

Watercolor/ Oil / Oil Cold wax

I have been painting for a couple of years since I retired. I enjoy painting with various media and a diverse set of subject matter. However, I am drawn to landscape and outdoor scenery. I am sure my art will continue to change and evolve as I learn from others and employ new techniques.

Aidan

D'Acquisto

Oil on Canvas

[Obligation to Create]

Alan

Eickberg

Printmaking and oils

I am inspired by the American road-trip and encounters I’ve had with landmarks and roadside attractions dotted across the country. My artistic inspiration comes from nostalgic neon signage, abandoned motels, gas stations, and American landscapes.

Erin Callahan

Blum

Watercolors, Oils

I paint to create something different from a subject that is common to you.

Christine

Christon

Watercolor, Oil

Cedarburg, Wisconsin has been Christine’s home for 20 years. Her love of nature and architecture influences her art. With each painting, a new journey of discovery begins. Watercolor is a medium that gives endless
opportunities to learn more.

Tim

Darnell

Acrylic

The artist has been involved in creating works for over 45 years with a wide range of subject matter: portraits, abstracts, landscapes/seascapes and works that combine abstract and representational elements. His work is in private collections internationally and has been shown in approximately 130 exhibitions.

Donna

Eigen

Mixed Media

I find working with paper deeply satisfying and appreciate its organic, fluid quality and seemingly endless variety of textures, colors and patterns. Glass is perfect for decoupage because it offers a two-sided canvas on which to create multi-layered images. My vessels all have pure glass interiors and are functional works of art.

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