Marian Art Gallery at Mount Mary University presents What We Are Looking For is What is Looking, a solo exhibition by Michael Velliquette, a mixed media artist known for his elaborate collages and sculptures made from cut paper. For his project at the Marian Gallery, Velliquette created a site-specific, collaged-based mural that covers the entire surface of the gallery’s 1800 square feet of wall space. In preparation for the exhibition, Velliquette painted and drew unique surface treatments on over 100 large rolls of drawing paper. Over the course of the installation the paper rolls were cut, layered, and pinned to the walls in vibrant, abstract arrangements.
See complete documentation of What We Are Looking For is What is Looking here.
Artist Talk and Reception Thursday, February 4, 5-7pm
Mount Mary University, Marian Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
Wallflowers: The Flower in Contemporary Art
January 8 – February 6, 2016
Reception Friday January 2, 2016 5-9pm
This group exhibition focuses on the flower in contemporary art by the region’s top artists. The artists’ styles are as unique and personal as the artists’ intent when capturing their subject. The exhibition includes paintings, works on paper, photography and sculpture.
Tory Folliard Gallery
233 N. Milwaukee St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Luck of the Draw
January 8 – February 26, 2016
An exhibition of drawings by 75 Contemporary Artists from across the United States.
Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery
Central Madison Public Library
201 W. Mifflin Street
Madison, WI 53703
Paper and Blade: Modern Paper Cutting
February 20-July 26, 2016
The field of paper craft is considered by many to be in the midst of a renaissance with a growing number of ingenious artists investigating the limitless potential of this simple, everyday material. Paper and Blade: Modern Paper Cutting will celebrate the pioneering spirit of artists working in this genre with a curatorial focus on cut paper.
Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak Street
Brockton, MA 02301
March 9 – April 10, 2016
A group exhibition organized by Maison BVLGARI that looks at the influence of serpent imagery on contemporary artists and designers.
Museo di Roma
Piazza di S. Pantaleo, 10