We explore the roots, and both the practical and decorative uses of folk art from four countries. With works from the southern United States, Mexico, India and China, a viewer indulges in a visual feast of many cultures.

Creative Customs:

International Folk Art

October 21 - December 31

Pulp & Possibilities: Paper Sculpture

AUGUST 19 - OCTOBER 15, 2016

Used mainly for the starting point or substrate of creative endeavors, paper takes center stage as a chosen medium for sculptural works. From wall hung to freestanding pieces, the possibilities are unlimited.

Housed in a 2-story structure reminiscent of historic Wisconsin rounds barns, the Guenzel Gallery displays themed exhibitions of nationally recognized artists’ works throughout the year. These exhibitions celebrate both process and finished work, offering visitors of all ages insight, inspiration and art education. ​The gallery and opening receptions are free and open to the public. Docent Guided Gallery Tours, May to October, Fridays: 1-3pm

Saturdays: 10am-Noon

The Guenzel Gallery

Turning inspiration into fine art...and students into artists

going with the flow: Wisconsin watermedia artists

May 20 - July 14, 2016

All watermedia present a wealth of opportunities for varied application techniques, color palettes, and subject matter. We invite notable watermedia artists from throughout Wisconsin to display works that compare and contrast with those of their peers.