Dennis Robert Communis Viridi Cataphractos Limax
Dennis Robert, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Communis Viridi Cataphractos Limax (Common Green Armored Slug), 2021
Patinated copper and steel
6 x 22 x 6 inches

Alien Invasion: RAM Virtual Community Art Show

July 21, 2021 – January 22, 2022

In the contemporary context of a pandemic, the idea that a virus could take over has been top of mind for many people. The concept of organic invasion or intrusion is not necessarily limited to biological subjects. Playing to this idea and responding to the upcoming exhibition, Alien Invasion: (Un)Familiar Forms in Contemporary Art, Racine Art Museum and RAM’s Wustum Museum invited artists to take part in the second RAM Virtual Community Art Show. In response, 59 artists from around the world submitted 58 works that touch upon the idea of organic invasion and intrusion. With a wide variety of materials represented, these works reflect the originality and imagination of contemporary artists from across the globe.

The 58 pieces in this exhibition are also accessible via tablets in the RAM galleries.

Don’t Forget to Vote!

Announced after the formal run of the exhibition, the three artists whose pieces are voted as Audience Favorites will receive gift certificates for free studio art classes, which are offered in-person and online.

To vote for your favorite artwork, simply click the star icon that appears near the bottom-left corner of the work. One vote allowed per person.

RAM utilizes browser cookies—small data files transferred from a website to a user’s computer—on this page to recognize whether or not a visitor has already voted for their favorite artwork. By voting in this exhibition, you consent to the usage of these cookies.

Artists in the Exhibition

Anahola, HI: Deyana Mielke; Brockport, NY: Jappie King Black; Burlington: Frank Korb, Gail M. Willert; Camden, ME: Linda Leach; Chevy Chase, MD: Rachel Carren; Chicago, IL: Carol A. Stitzer, Catherine Tanner; Cudahy: Carley Knight; Evanston, IL: Marilyn Lucas; Fox Point: Linda Marcus; Grafton: Cindy Hansen; Kenosha: John Bloner, Jr., Beth Cumbo, Rebecca Venn; Los Angeles, CA: Akira; Madison: Teresa Mertens-Pellitteri; Milwaukee: Karen Brittain, Janet Falk, Alexa Hollywood, Howard Leu, Patricia Obletz, Andrew Mosby Perry, Dennis Robert, Nick Schroeder. Ryan Steiskal, Valaria Tatera, Linda Wabanimkee, Kiefer Ledell Waterman, Jessica Zalewski; Monroe: Amy Carani; Mt. Pleasant: Jerrold Belland, Bernadette Brownson Borcher, Terry Evans, Ann Levin; New Holstein: Marina Jones; Oak Creek: Michael Gehrke; Oshkosh: Kyle Gorenschek; Racine: Telleha Cichantek, Jacob Drollinger, Suzanne Kadamian, Jo Labre, Jenny Maurer, Vanessa Murray, Thom Petersen, Mimi Peterson, Vicki Truka Schmitz, Katie White, Kelly Witte; Rochester, MN: Chris Allen; Saint-Eustache, Quebec: Pierre Racine; Shanghai, China: Stephanie Barenz; Shorewood: Darlene Rzezotarski; Stevens Point: Erin Prais-Hintz; Trevor: Steve Rys; Tuscon, AZ: Laura L. LePere; Waunakee: Mark Weller; Wauwatosa: Carl Hartt; Westport, Ireland: Suzie Sullivan

Alien Invasion: RAM Virtual Community Art Show

July 21, 2021 – January 22, 2022
Dennis Robert Communis Viridi Cataphractos Limax
Dennis Robert, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Communis Viridi Cataphractos Limax (Common Green Armored Slug), 2021
Patinated copper and steel
6 x 22 x 6 inches

In the contemporary context of a pandemic, the idea that a virus could take over has been top of mind for many people. The concept of organic invasion or intrusion is not necessarily limited to biological subjects. Playing to this idea and responding to the upcoming exhibition, Alien Invasion: (Un)Familiar Forms in Contemporary Art, Racine Art Museum and RAM’s Wustum Museum invited artists to take part in the second RAM Virtual Community Art Show. In response, 59 artists from around the world submitted 58 works that touch upon the idea of organic invasion and intrusion. With a wide variety of materials represented, these works reflect the originality and imagination of contemporary artists from across the globe.

The 58 pieces in this exhibition are also accessible via tablets in the RAM galleries.

Don’t Forget to Vote!

Announced after the formal run of the exhibition, the three artists whose pieces are voted as Audience Favorites will receive gift certificates for free studio art classes, which are offered in-person and online.

To vote for your favorite artwork, simply click the star icon that appears near the bottom-left corner of the work. One vote allowed per person.

RAM utilizes browser cookies—small data files transferred from a website to a user’s computer—on this page to recognize whether or not a visitor has already voted for their favorite artwork. By voting in this exhibition, you consent to the usage of these cookies.

Artists in the Exhibition

Anahola, HI: Deyana Mielke; Brockport, NY: Jappie King Black; Burlington: Frank Korb, Gail M. Willert; Camden, ME: Linda Leach; Chevy Chase, MD: Rachel Carren; Chicago, IL: Carol A. Stitzer, Catherine Tanner; Cudahy: Carley Knight; Evanston, IL: Marilyn Lucas; Fox Point: Linda Marcus; Grafton: Cindy Hansen; Kenosha: John Bloner, Jr., Beth Cumbo, Rebecca Venn; Los Angeles, CA: Akira; Madison: Teresa Mertens-Pellitteri; Milwaukee: Karen Brittain, Janet Falk, Alexa Hollywood, Howard Leu, Patricia Obletz, Andrew Mosby Perry, Dennis Robert, Nick Schroeder. Ryan Steiskal, Valaria Tatera, Linda Wabanimkee, Kiefer Ledell Waterman, Jessica Zalewski; Monroe: Amy Carani; Mt. Pleasant: Jerrold Belland, Bernadette Brownson Borcher, Terry Evans, Ann Levin; New Holstein: Marina Jones; Oak Creek: Michael Gehrke; Oshkosh: Kyle Gorenschek; Racine: Telleha Cichantek, Jacob Drollinger, Suzanne Kadamian, Jo Labre, Jenny Maurer, Vanessa Murray, Thom Petersen, Mimi Peterson, Vicki Truka Schmitz, Katie White, Kelly Witte; Rochester, MN: Chris Allen; Saint-Eustache, Quebec: Pierre Racine; Shanghai, China: Stephanie Barenz; Shorewood: Darlene Rzezotarski; Stevens Point: Erin Prais-Hintz; Trevor: Steve Rys; Tuscon, AZ: Laura L. LePere; Waunakee: Mark Weller; Wauwatosa: Carl Hartt; Westport, Ireland: Suzie Sullivan

Gallery of Work

Exhibitions at RAM are made possible by:

Platinum Sponsors

Anonymous
Nicholas and Nancy Kurten
Windgate Foundation
Wisconsin Department of Administration

Diamond Sponsors

Osborne and Scekic Family Foundation
Ruffo Family Foundation

Gold Sponsors
Anonymous
David Charak
Silver Sponsors
A.C. Buhler Family
Andis Foundation
Lucy G. Feller
Ben and Dawn Flegel
Ron and Judith Isaacs
Johnson Financial Group
Bill Keland
Dorothy MacVicar
RDK Foundation, Inc.
Bronze Sponsors
Anonymous
Susan Boland
Fredrick and Deborah Ganaway
Tom and Sharon Harty
Andrea and Tony Hauser
The Norbell Foundation
Bill and Mary Walker

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