EXHIBITIONS

The Guenzel Gallery is an exhibition space on the PenArt campus. 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, Wednesdays & Fridays: 1-3pm

WE LOVE ART

Every year we offer extraordinary opportunities for learning and art making to local students through free community outreach programs. We LOVE Art is a program designed to incorporate school subjects with art curriculum.

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PAINTING WITH PIXELS

Digital techniques are now integral to the process and finished work of many of today’s artists. Whether purely digital or mixed media, we’ll reveal how pixels are influencing fine art today–and what is forecasted for the future.

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BEYOND SCRATCHING THE SURFACE

Traditional decoration joins cutting edge processes in an exhibit that celebrates the vast palette of ceramic embellishment in use today. Among the techniques are 3-D printing, sgraffito, silkscreen and lithograph transfers, slip casting, and much more.

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MAN'S BEST FRIEND

Throughout history, fine art works have expressed the deep emotional connection humans have with their dogs. Among their many roles are co-worker, confidant and protector. Displaying a range of 2- and 3-dimensional media, this exhibition celebrates the selfless contribution and unconditional love these pets bring to our modern day lives.

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ARCHIVE & STUDY CENTER

The Madeline Tourtelot Archives and Study Center preserves and exhibits artwork and historical artifacts from the earliest days of the Peninsula School of Art founded by Madeline Tripp Tourtelot in 1965.

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Eight studios, public gallery, and outdoor sculpture on a 10-acrea campus, right in the heart of the Door Peninsula.

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