Tag Archive: Wisconsin Artists

The public is invited to journey through the colorful north woods  and stop in at the many art studios and art gallery’s along the way.

Here’s a little peek at some of the new items I have at the iMAGiNETHAT! Art Studio (listed as #14 on the art studio tour map).


The dragonfly themed photography and artwork are offered as 5 x 7 and 8 x 10 prints as well as a  greeting cards and coasters.



Leap of Faith is a series of artwork created to honor those families that have a child with autism.  The Leap of Faith series was inspired by my daughter who is a line a therapist for autistic children.  The artwork in this series is sold as originals, reproduction prints, coasters, a deck of playing cards, greeting cards and as a journal (lined pages).

To learn more about the northwoods art tour go the the following link: northwoodsarttour.com


SURVIVORS is a new series of artwork inspired by three orphaned Kodiak bear cubs.  The artwork is offered as photographic prints, greeting cards, a deck of playing cards, journals, coasters and photographic books.

The public is invited to view over 200 pieces of artwork ranging from painting, photography, printmaking,woodworking and drawings on exhibit and for sale beginning Thursday July 17th through Sunday July 20th, at the Manitowish Waters Community Center located on Hwy 51, Manitowish Waters Wisconsin.
Art Show Schedule is as follows…
July 17th, 9:00am-5:00pm
July 18th, 9:00am- 8:00pm
July 19th, 9:00am- 5:00pm
July 20th 9:00am- 2:00pm

Manito Art League artist provide demonstrations during the morning and afternoon hours, as well as a silent auction and many opportunities to talk to the artists during the show.

The Manito Art League, Art Show is open to the public at no charge and families are always welcome

Manito Art League is a non for profit organization and has awarded more than $155,000.00 in scholarships over the years, thanks to the gifts of our many patrons. This year the League will award approximately $5,000.00 in scholarship funds to area residents age 18 and older to promote and foster artistic pursuits. The Manito Art League is extremely grateful for the continued support of it’s patrons. Their generosity has made our scholarship program a great success. “We acknowledge Ms. Flora “Be” Dunlap of Rockford, Illinois, who administers the annual $500.00 Ruthford/Raedeke Memorial Scholarship in the Arts. We appreciate her generosity of time and spirit. We would also like extend a special “thank you” to the Dillman’s Creative Arts Foundation for it’s generous donation of scholarships to the Manito ArtLeague members over the years.
To learn more about the Manito Art League’s 2014 Summer Art Exhibit and workshops go to the following link http://manitoartleague.blogspot.com/