Harold E. Hansen, Hartford
Souviens—Père Lachaise, 2009
Transparent watercolor
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine

Watercolor Wisconsin 2009

December 13, 2009 – April 24, 2010

RAM’s Wustum Museum of Fine Arts continues a splendid Racine tradition with the opening of Watercolor Wisconsin 2009. As one of the museum’s most popular annual shows, this exhibition brings together the works of atists from throughout the state. This year’s show features 106 pieces by 87 Wisconsin artists.

Of 295 pieces submitted by 164 artists, approximately one third of the pieces were chosen for this year’s show. Three new works from this year’s competition will be purchased for the Racine Art Museum’s permanent collection, adding to RAM’s holdings of extraordinary Wisconsin artists. The Curator of Collections makes these purchases for the collection. Cash and merchandise prizes will be awarded to the artists whose pieces are selected as the best in the show.

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Exhibition Catalogue (PDF)

Press Room

ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION
Beloit: Helen Byron, Robert Houck; Black Earth: Linda Koenig; Bristol: Bonnielynn Brankey; Brookfield: Janet Lillie, Julia McMurray, Jean Pascek, Janet Roberts; Burlington: Marilyn Ahler; Caledonia: Nancy Neider; Cedarburg: Jean Crane, Patrick Doughman, Bruce Hustad; Dousman: John Wickenberg; Fox Lake: Judith Beyer; Franklin: Jeff Pietrzak; Genoa City: Vicky Lilla; Glendale: Ian Baker Johnson, Francisco Mora, Fred Stein; Greenville: Deborah Vandenbloomer; Hartford: Harold E. Hansen; Kenosha: Carolyn Gagliardi, Diane Levesque, Dan Simoneau, Rebecca Venn; Lac du Flambeau: Christine Alfery; Lake Mills: Amy Arntson; Madison: Kathy Armstrong, Randal Feig, Cary Hunkel, John Jacoby, Madge Macfarlane, Lee Weiss; Marinette: Ernie Pleger; Mequon:Jan Effinger, Alice A. Struck; Milwaukee: Joyce Eesley, Deborah Fiedler, Earl Kittleson, Susan Leopold, Gene Mihleisen, Judith Gahn Murphy, JoAnna Poehlmann, Glenda Puhek, George Ronsholdt, Jan Serr, Anthony Weber; Oak Creek: Alfred Minzlaff; Oconomowoc: Marilu McCartney, Pat Siok; Pewaukee: Sandra Wagner; Racine: Robert Andersen, Doris Beaudry, Jerrold Belland, Richard Berns, Russell Bohn, Mary Burant, Sharon Christensen, Dian Gabriel, Nicole S. Higgs, David V. Holmes, Edwin Kalke, John Krewal, John Nowicki, LeRoy Petersen, Lance Raichert, Alice Rossman, Suzanne Schackelman, Marie Skowronski, Susan M. Sorenson, Jean Thielen, Maria Varga-Hansen, Maggie Venn; South Milwaukee: Diane Richards; Sheboygan: Gayle Meves; Sturtevant: Charles Velzka; Thiensville: Shelby Schait; Waterford: Linda Gerard Dzik, Jeanne Raccoli-Baas; Waukesha: Shirley Kroening, Charles Wickler; Waupaca: Theresa Drinka; Wauwatosa: Carolyn Kenney-Carter, Millie Minessale; Whitefish Bay: Anne Miotke; Whitewater: Linda Tump

Watercolor Wisconsin 2009

December 13, 2009 – April 24, 2010
Harold E. Hansen, Hartford
Souviens—Père Lachaise, 2009
Transparent watercolor
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine

RAM’s Wustum Museum of Fine Arts continues a splendid Racine tradition with the opening of Watercolor Wisconsin 2009. As one of the museum’s most popular annual shows, this exhibition brings together the works of atists from throughout the state. This year’s show features 106 pieces by 87 Wisconsin artists.

Of 295 pieces submitted by 164 artists, approximately one third of the pieces were chosen for this year’s show. Three new works from this year’s competition will be purchased for the Racine Art Museum’s permanent collection, adding to RAM’s holdings of extraordinary Wisconsin artists. The Curator of Collections makes these purchases for the collection. Cash and merchandise prizes will be awarded to the artists whose pieces are selected as the best in the show.

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Exhibition Catalogue (PDF)

Press Room

ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION
Beloit: Helen Byron, Robert Houck; Black Earth: Linda Koenig; Bristol: Bonnielynn Brankey; Brookfield: Janet Lillie, Julia McMurray, Jean Pascek, Janet Roberts; Burlington: Marilyn Ahler; Caledonia: Nancy Neider; Cedarburg: Jean Crane, Patrick Doughman, Bruce Hustad; Dousman: John Wickenberg; Fox Lake: Judith Beyer; Franklin: Jeff Pietrzak; Genoa City: Vicky Lilla; Glendale: Ian Baker Johnson, Francisco Mora, Fred Stein; Greenville: Deborah Vandenbloomer; Hartford: Harold E. Hansen; Kenosha: Carolyn Gagliardi, Diane Levesque, Dan Simoneau, Rebecca Venn; Lac du Flambeau: Christine Alfery; Lake Mills: Amy Arntson; Madison: Kathy Armstrong, Randal Feig, Cary Hunkel, John Jacoby, Madge Macfarlane, Lee Weiss; Marinette: Ernie Pleger; Mequon:Jan Effinger, Alice A. Struck; Milwaukee: Joyce Eesley, Deborah Fiedler, Earl Kittleson, Susan Leopold, Gene Mihleisen, Judith Gahn Murphy, JoAnna Poehlmann, Glenda Puhek, George Ronsholdt, Jan Serr, Anthony Weber; Oak Creek: Alfred Minzlaff; Oconomowoc: Marilu McCartney, Pat Siok; Pewaukee: Sandra Wagner; Racine: Robert Andersen, Doris Beaudry, Jerrold Belland, Richard Berns, Russell Bohn, Mary Burant, Sharon Christensen, Dian Gabriel, Nicole S. Higgs, David V. Holmes, Edwin Kalke, John Krewal, John Nowicki, LeRoy Petersen, Lance Raichert, Alice Rossman, Suzanne Schackelman, Marie Skowronski, Susan M. Sorenson, Jean Thielen, Maria Varga-Hansen, Maggie Venn; South Milwaukee: Diane Richards; Sheboygan: Gayle Meves; Sturtevant: Charles Velzka; Thiensville: Shelby Schait; Waterford: Linda Gerard Dzik, Jeanne Raccoli-Baas; Waukesha: Shirley Kroening, Charles Wickler; Waupaca: Theresa Drinka; Wauwatosa: Carolyn Kenney-Carter, Millie Minessale; Whitefish Bay: Anne Miotke; Whitewater: Linda Tump

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
Virginia Buhler
Cotsen Foundation for Academic Research
Educators Credit Union
Fredrick and Deborah Ganaway
William A. Guenther
Tom and Sharon Harty
Andrea and Tony Hauser
The Norbell Foundation
Bill and Mary Walker

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