RAM 11th Annual International PEEPS Art Competition

April 2 - April 19, 2020

Within the pristine white walls of this award-winning contemporary art museum, RAM presents an untraditional exhibition showcasing fluffy, sugarcoated marshmallow PEEPS® will begin its eleventh year within the award-winning contemporary architecture of the Racine Art Museum. 

Over the years, many entrants have been become experts in marshmallow candy as a material, using methods like carving, painting, hole punching, gluing, and melting to manipulate PEEPS into incredible shapes. Last year's show, Richard W. Marklin, Jr. melted a flock of PEEPS to make Raul the Rooster, a realistic barnyard bird; while April Harris and Autumn Kyle assembled the holiday treats into a bust of Black Panther Peeper.

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
See More About Last Year's Exhibition
Prospectus coming soon

Richard W. Marklin, Jr., Wauwatosa
Raul the Rooster
Melted Peeps®, wire, paint, and wooden frame
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine