Wisconsin Valley Art Association Members Exhibition at the Howard Young Art Gallery

The opening reception and awards ceremony held Friday April 6 was a well attended function, with refreshments served. The exhibit is up through May 11. All work is available for purchase from the HYMC Gift Shop. The Gallery is located in the Howard Young Medical Center.

Awards were given to the following WVAA members:

1st: Lois Kuether--"Boy Blowing Dandelion"- oil
2nd: Jan Pflieger--"Colorful Compost"- colored pencil
3rd: Terry Gunderson Shulta-"-Illusions I and II"- multi media

Honorable Mentions to:

John Manderfield---coffee table
Jackie Lescher--"Vineyard"
The Howard Young Art Gallery traveling exhibition of the WVAA Member Show runs from March 16 to May 11, 2018.

Art Wall at La Prima Deli

The current exhibit will be up until March 19, 2019, with pieces for sale with no commision charged. Guidelines
The next change of artwork will be Tuesday, March 19 with pick up of current unsold pieces of artwork AND drop off of new art work by 9:30-10:00 am. The next theme will be Early Spring, or as always, Food, Drink or Abstract.
Please have the staff help you with hanging any replacements, as the wall is fragile and hanging new pieces is limited by existing nails and screws, which can be loose...
Any questions! Jan Pflieger at 715-675-7740 or jansriver@frontier.com or Lee Ann Schulz at 715-581-1484 or cheaphillwvaa@msn.com...and while you are there, check out the good food and drink La Prima has to eat in, or take home for later.

New Home

The WVAA Memorial exhibit has a new home in the gallery space provided by the Arts Block project.

The Center for the Visual Arts now hosts the Memorial show. The CVA is in downtown Wausau at 427 4th St., adjacent to the Grand Theater, part of the Performing Arts Foundation. 715-842-0988


The Wisconsin Regional Art Program (WRAP): The WVAA sponsors and coordinates the art exhibit and workshop for the Central Wisconsin Area. It is held at various tmes in the summer or fall of each year.

There are about 28 regional shows throughout WI that are sponsored by various art groups in the state. We are all under the auspices of UW Madison, where the State Show is held each year.

Anyone interested can go to wraawrap.com and click on the "workshop/show" link to print paperwork and/or see last year's entries and winners. Artists do not need to be members of WI Valley Art Assoc. or WI Regional Art Program to participate in the shows.