UWSC hosts exhibits in order to provide a dynamic and pleasant work environment for our employees, clients and visitors, and to support the art community. Exhibits run for approximately 3-4 months with up to 4 exhibits on display each year.
The UWSC art gallery is located on UW-Madison campus in Sterling Hall. The building is open to the public from 7:00am to 8:00pm daily. The gallery consists of 134 feet of display space and can only accommodate wall-mounted works.
UWSC will place a description of the exhibition on our website, along with an artist's bio and a selected image. The artist is free to invite viewers, but UWSC will not host receptions or gallery openings for exhibition openings.
Sales of Work
The exhibiting artist must handle any sale of artwork. UWSC does not handle sales or take a commission on any sales resulting from the display. Artists are welcome to provide purchasing contacts in their exhibit.
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The UWSC Art Gallery is currently featuring a new mural collection created by CLEAN (Campus Leaders for Energy Action Now), a coalition of student organizations, students, and community members dedicated to committing the University of Wisconsin - Madison to 100% clean energy by 2035.December 15, 2021
UWSC welcomes the works of The Five Painters: K. Chang, Terrence Doeler, Donna Miller, David Whitish Scheifel, and Tracy Wiklund. A variety of their works will be on display on the 4th floor of Sterling Hall until April 1, 2020.September 12, 2019
Keary Kautzer paints in the American Impressionist style, painting with limited hues to set a mood to draw the viewer in. Living in Sheboygan along the shoreline of Lake Michigan is a main reason why many of his paintings have water related scenes. A career as Executive Director of WSCS, the Sheboygan community television station, has enabled him to transfer his visual experiences into his paintings. Keary studied watercolor painting with James Michael, especially en plein air. Since his retirement in 2016, Keary has traveled through Europe and the United States.January 24, 2019
Amy Mietzel's lifetime love of art began with a cigar box full of crayons in her grandmother's basement. Amy has shared her love of art with others by earning a teaching degree and teaching young artists in grades K-8 for over 20 years.November 19, 2018
Jesy G latest inspiration has been to meet color with gravity. “It’s forming a flow that isn’t quite me” says the artist. The art is painted reverse style on glass. Most often found windows. Her art encompasses views on human experience, expression and identity. Connecting and attaching branding of Band-aids that pose as feelings “ouch” that any generation can relate to; roads that lead to somewhere and itsy bitsy spiders that represent new beginning. Jesy g believes the mind is master of reality.June 1, 2017
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