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Meet Michael Davidson, 2014 Featured Members Juror


Each year during the Annual Members Show, a juror selects four exhibiting artists and awards each of them a Featured Members Exhibition. We are honored to have Michael Davidson, Chair of Fine Arts at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, as the 2014-15 Featured Members juror. Check out his bio below:

After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1985, Michael moved out east to study at Read more →


2014 Annual Members Show


September 5 – October 4

Opening reception: Friday, September 5, 5 – 9 pm.

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts is proud to present our 2014 Annual Members Show.

This annual non-juried exhibition is dedicated to showcasing the artwork of our members. Over 150 pieces in a wide range of media are presented salon-style throughout our gallery, creating an exuberant display of color, texture, form and flow. The style of the artwork varies as much as the medium. Read more →


2014 Annual Members Show – CALL FOR ART


Our annual members show opens on September 5. We are officially launching art submission NOW. Please go to our Annual Members Show page and find the guideline and directions on submitting your work for the show.


Gary Tuma’s Statement Announcing Retirement


With great gratification and bitter-sweet emotions, we cheer for Gary as he continues onto the next chapter of his life. Gary has been with Walker’s Point Center for the Arts for nine years and brought tremendous stability and progress to the organization. We will miss him dearly and look forward to stories from his  adventures. ~Kate

Below is a statement from Gary:

With great appreciation and anticipation, I am retiring on August 15, 2014 from 50 years of work life. Yes, I know at 62 years of age it’s hard to believe a person can have worked 50 years. Maybe a bit of history will help.

You see, I grew up in family farm country where hard work was a given from the earliest of age. Read more →


Photos from the Live Concert of ‘The Art of Music’


These photos were taken by Jennifer Bartel during “The Art of Music in Milwaukee – Live Concert” featuring artists/musicians Amanda Schoofs, Hal Rammel and Paul Mitchell, who each had visual artwork in “The Art of Music of Milwaukee” exhibition (June 13 – July 12, 2014).

Artists/musicians David Collins, Pat Reinholz, Steve Schlei, Trevor Saint and Warren Enstrom, accompanied and performed musical pieces that correlates to the visual artwork in display. 

The concert was a collaboration between WPCA’s “The Art of Music in Milwaukee” exhibition and artists Amanda Schoofs, Hal Rammel and Paul Mitchell.

Concert Program: 

Amplified Palettes, Hal Rammel
Solo improvisation
Trio Improvisation with Trevor Saint, glockenspiel and Amanda Schoofs, voice

Hunting is Not So Much the Heads You Place on the Wall, by Paul Mitchell
performed by Pat Reinholz, cello; Warren Enstrom, bassoon; and Mitchell, voice

Ink Makes a Sound, by Amanda Schoofs
performed by Pat Reinholz, cello

Intimate Addictions, by Amanda Schoofs
performed by David Collins, saxophone; Trevor Saint, glockenspiel; Steve Schlei, i-pad/TC-11; Schoofs, voice

(click photos to enlarge)

Upcoming events
Featured Member Exhibition: Chris Andrews
Jul 26, 2013—Oct 5, 2013

Annual Members Show
Sep 6, 2013—Oct 5, 2013

Film Screening: “Granito de Arena”
Oct 5, 2013—Oct 5, 2013

Featured Member Exhibition: William Mueller
Oct 18, 2013—Jan 4, 2014

Opens Fall Gallery Night.

21st Annual Día de los Muertos Exhibition
Oct 18, 2013—Nov 16, 2013

Día de los Muertos Ofrenditas Workshop
Oct 19, 2013—Oct 19, 2013

4th Annual Día de los Muertos Parade
Nov 1, 2013—Nov 1, 2013

CoPA’s 7th Annual Midwest Juried Photo Exhibition
Dec 6, 2013—Jan 17, 2014

Featured Member Exhibition: Paul Matzner
Jan 17, 2014—Apr 5, 2014

Spring Featured Member Exhibition: Leann Wooten
Apr 25, 2014—Jul 12, 2014

WPCA member artist Leann Wooten presents her work at our spring Featured Member Exhibition.

Her work uses found objects and materials of varied texture and shape to create imagery that are reminiscent of folklore and mythology. Wooten’s approach to art is spontaneous, never preconceived, and tends to explore the world around us by molding it into something new.

Structure and Flow: Everyday Life
Apr 25, 2014—May 31, 2014

Milwaukee artist Gregory Klassen and L.A. based artist Tony Brown collaborates on this exhibition that gives recycled items of various media new life in the form of art. Klassen, a trained painter of the Gerhard Richter’s studio in Dusseldorf, Germany, often creates fluidity and dimension with melding colors and textures — you would swear that the paint […]

Spring Gallery Night – April 25
Apr 25, 2014—Apr 25, 2014

With the long anticipated arrival of spring, WPCA would like to welcome you to join us for TWO exhibition opening during Spring Gallery Night on Friday, April 25 from 5 pm – 9 pm. We are honored to present Structure and Flow: Everyday Life, an exhibition of new works by artists Gregory Klassen and Tony […]

Summer Featured Member Exhibition: Joe Couture
Jul 25, 2014—Oct 4, 2014

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