Artist / muralist Mauricio Ramirez is in the process of painting a new mural that pays homage to the front-line heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ramírez is commissioning the project himself.
Designed with the help of local artist and MIAD graduate Gloria Santos Ruiz, the tavern's look and feel was intended to capture both the aesthetic and welcoming vibe of Latina artist Frida Kahlo's La Casa Azul.
The Pfister Hotel announced today that Rosy Petri will serve as the hotel's 11th Artist in Residence.
The Reginald Baylor Studio's tagline is "We Design Creativity," which might sound abstract, but actually concisely describes the business' mission.
Wendy Christensen, the Milwaukee Public Museum's taxidermist / artist, is best known for her recreation of Samson, the beloved gorilla from the Milwaukee County Zoo. Most recently, however, she constructed two life-sized, detailed Arabian horses for the museum's new exhibit, "Crossroads of Civilization."
Todd Pieper is an artist and student achieving creative and academic success despite some challenges along the way.
Starting one new business is a massive undertaking, but last year, husband-and-wife team Pamela Anderson and Steven Kaishian launched two new ventures.
Sometimes, the most challenging aspects of our lives become the most poignant. Such was the case for artist Joyce Winter who was in a serious snowmobiling accident in 1972.
Milwaukee's Mary Overman paints with blood and she is currently showing 16 of these pieces in a show, "We Are Dust, Like The Moon," which runs through March 5 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. What kind of blood, you ask? Read on ...
This story is a great example of the power of naming and nicknames. It was submitted to me by a now very famous artist, who lives outside of Austin, Tex. The story is told in his own words.
Where is your "special" outdoor place in Milwaukee? Picture Milwaukee Places, a new online scrapbook collecting photos and stories about places that move Milwaukeeans, wants to know.
Steve Feren, who has public art standing in many places from New Jersey to Palo Alto, California, currently has seven permanent sculptures in Milwaukee and a funky new one on the River Walk.
Sometimes you just need a change of scenery. If you're an artist that new setting can also provide new inspiration. Just ask Port Washington native Lisa Albinger, an accomplished painter who recently left Milwaukee for the considerably warmer Phoenix climate.