Yukihiro Iwakawa
Untitled, 1980
Lithograph, Artist’s Proof
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Karen Johnson Boyd
Photography: Jon Bolton

Nebulous: Abstract Works from RAM’s Collection

June 7 – August 15, 2015

Responding to exhibition themes at both Racine Art Museum in downtown Racine and RAM’s Wustum Museum that include aspects of science fiction, Nebulous features work with phenomena that may be floating, transforming, or imprecise – as if somehow moving through another dimension. The purposeful ambiguity of the imagery—with references to things that are known—further encourages contemplation and reinforces the connection to science fiction and fantasy. Drawn primarily from RAM’s collection of works on paper, this exhibition offers contemporary artists producing pieces with a variety of approaches.

More About the Exhibition

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Artists in the Exhibition

Christa Andres, Cheryl Bowers, Glenn R. Bradshaw, Robert Cadez, John N. Colt, Jean Crane, Roland DeBaker, Doug DeVinny, Bruce R. Froemming, Carolyn Gagliardi, Adolph Gottlieb, Karen Gunderson, Hideo Hagiwara, Gary Hanks, Keiko Hara, Otto Heino, Vivika Heino, Yukihiro Iwakawa, Norman Jacky, Catherine Kernan, Earl Kittleson, Harvey K. Littleton, Tomoharu Murakami, Helen Napier, Gertrud Natzler, Otto Natzler, Steve Peter, Peter Petrochko, Patricia Lee Raichert, Laurence Rathsack, Jamie Ross, Patrick St. Germain, Ronald Schrubbe, Josh Simpson, Pat Simpson, Hedda Sterne, Anthony C. Stoeveken, Margaret Suchland, Noboru Takayama, and Steven Weinberg

Nebulous: Abstract Works from RAM’s Collection

June 7 – August 15, 2015
Yukihiro Iwakawa
Untitled, 1980
Lithograph, Artist’s Proof
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Karen Johnson Boyd
Photography: Jon Bolton

Responding to exhibition themes at both Racine Art Museum in downtown Racine and RAM’s Wustum Museum that include aspects of science fiction, Nebulous features work with phenomena that may be floating, transforming, or imprecise – as if somehow moving through another dimension. The purposeful ambiguity of the imagery—with references to things that are known—further encourages contemplation and reinforces the connection to science fiction and fantasy. Drawn primarily from RAM’s collection of works on paper, this exhibition offers contemporary artists producing pieces with a variety of approaches.

More About the Exhibition

Press Room

Artists in the Exhibition

Christa Andres, Cheryl Bowers, Glenn R. Bradshaw, Robert Cadez, John N. Colt, Jean Crane, Roland DeBaker, Doug DeVinny, Bruce R. Froemming, Carolyn Gagliardi, Adolph Gottlieb, Karen Gunderson, Hideo Hagiwara, Gary Hanks, Keiko Hara, Otto Heino, Vivika Heino, Yukihiro Iwakawa, Norman Jacky, Catherine Kernan, Earl Kittleson, Harvey K. Littleton, Tomoharu Murakami, Helen Napier, Gertrud Natzler, Otto Natzler, Steve Peter, Peter Petrochko, Patricia Lee Raichert, Laurence Rathsack, Jamie Ross, Patrick St. Germain, Ronald Schrubbe, Josh Simpson, Pat Simpson, Hedda Sterne, Anthony C. Stoeveken, Margaret Suchland, Noboru Takayama, and Steven Weinberg

Gallery of Work

Exhibitions at RAM are made possible by:

Platinum Sponsors

Judith and David Flegel Fund
Ron and Judith Isaacs
Nicholas and Nancy Kurten
Windgate Foundation

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
Annette Hirsch Family
Dorothy MacVicar
RDK Foundation, Inc.

Jan Serr and John Shannon
Twin Disc, Inc.
Bronze Sponsors

Anonymous
Baird
Susan Boland
Virginia Buhler
Educators Credit Union
Fredrick and Deborah Ganaway
Get Behind the Arts Studio Tour
William A. Guenther
Tom and Sharon Harty
Andrea and Tony Hauser
David and Judy Hecker
Bradley Lynch
Carlotta Miller
Larry and Barbara Newman
The Norbell Foundation
Deb and Willard Walker

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