University Art Gallery

Work by La Crosse Summit Environmental Elementary School art teacher Carissa Brudos will be on display in “Equilibrium” in UWL’s University Art Gallery.

State art teachers featured in work

An exhibition highlighting work from Wisconsin artists who are also art educators will open the University Gallery season at UW-La Crosse.

The seven artists will exhibit various mediums, including printmaking, metalsmithing, encaustic painting, acrylic painting, sculpture, mixed media and photography.

“Equilibrium” runs in the University Art Gallery from Thursday, Sept. 6, to Thursday, Sept. 26, on the first floor of the Center for the Arts, 333 N. 16th St.

Participating artists include:

Quenten Brown, West Salem High School

Carissa Brudos, La Crosse Summit Environmental Elementary School

Quenten Brown, who teaches at West Salem High School, will have “Misdirection” exhibited in “Equilibrium” in UWL’s University Art Gallery.

Tim Brunn, Freedom High School

Frank Juarez, Sheboygan North High School

This necklace by Angie Szabo, a teacher at Fort Atkinson High School, is among the artwork being shown in “Equilibrium” in UWL’s University Art Gallery.

Maria Mason (American School of Doha, Qatar – on extended leave from teaching at La Crosse’s North Woods International Elementary)

Angie Szabo, Fort Atkinson High School

Tim Znidarsich, Jack Young Middle School, Baraboo

“Balanced Rock” by Tim Znidarsich, an art teacher from Jack Young Middle School in Baraboo, will be included in the “Equilibrium” exhibit in UWL’s University Art Gallery.

Regular gallery hours are noon-8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and noon-5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and during events in Toland Theatre. A reception with the artists runs from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, in the gallery.

All University Art Gallery exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.

If you go—

Who: Wisconsin artists who are also art educators

What: “Equilibrium”

When: Thursday, Sept. 6, to Thursday, Sept. 26

Where: University Art Gallery, first floor of the Center for the Arts, 333 N. 16th St.

Reception with the artists: 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, in the gallery

Admission: Free