UPCOMING
  • The Salon Show

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    July 11 – September 5

    Artists’ Reception on Gallery Night, Friday, July 24 from 6 to 9 pm

    The Salon Show is the Gallery’s biggest exhibition of the year. Featuring new work by many of the top artists from the Midwest. Participating artists are: Tom Berenz, Mary Bero, Chris Berti, Craig Blietz, Mark Brautigam, Derrick Buisch, Mark Chatterley, Marion Coffey, Terrence Coffman, Ben Grant, Doug Hatch, Kathy Hofmann, Laurie Hogin, Mark Horton, Breehan James, Ed Larson, Clare Malloy, Cathy Martin, Nancy Mladenoff, Mark Mulhern, Charles Munch, Dennis Nechvatal, William Nichols, Michael Noland, Jennifer Price, Bill Reid, Jeffrey Ripple, Jason Rohlf, Jan Serr, Elizabeth Shreve, Brook Slane, T.L. Solien, Nathaniel Stern, Fred Stonehouse, Stephanie Trenchard, Tom Uttech, Russ Vogt, Mary Alice Wimmer, and Betsy Youngquist.

  • Laura Dronzek – New Paintings

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    September 11 – October 10

    Laura Dronzek‘s new collection of landscape and still-life paintings are intimate in size, but offer views of grand themes suggested with richly layered surfaces. The Artist says, “It is the mystery found in the commonplace, the extraordinary in the ordinary that is worth examining.” Her fictitious landscapes are composed of the most basic features: a horizon line, a sky, and a subject, but so carefully rendered, that each one is precious.
     
     

  • Flora Langlois – Paintings

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    September 11 – October 10
     
    Flora Langlois is a resident of Costa Rica whose first inspiration is the natural world. Depicting surreal creatures and characters amidst intensely detailed tropical fauna, her paintings suggest mystical tales and magical places. “I love nature,” says the artist. “Each painting comes from my imagination or remembering a certain bug or flower. They evolve on the board spontaneously; things just emerge. It’s more fun!” This convivial outlook shines through in her work. Her new exhibition features oil paintings and works on paper.
     
     

  • Fred Stonehouse – New Paintings

    Fred Stonehouse

    October 16 – November 15

    Artist’s Reception: October 16 (Gallery Night) from 5- 9pm

    Beautifully executed, Fred Stonehouse‘s work expresses his personal psychology and dreamlike vision as influenced by Renaissance painting, folklore, magic realism, and the unseen mysteries which abound in the world. Boundaries are blurred and the unseen is as important as the visible. New paintings and works on paper are included in this major exhibition.

    The Gallery’s exhibition is in conjunction with the Fred Stonehouse exhibition at MOWA (Museum of Wisconsin Art) that runs from September 6 – January 17.

  • Susan Stamm Evans – Unspoken

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    October 16 – November 15
     
    Artist’s Reception: October 16 (Gallery Night) from 5-9pm
     
    Susan Stamm Evans continues to explore the human figure in her new body of bronze sculpture. A new edition of intimately sized Face Fragments and her latest series “Threads,” one of a kind sculptures that appear woven are featured in this East Gallery exhibition.
     
     

  • John Dilg – New Paintings

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    November 21 – January 2 – East Gallery
     
    John Dilg concentrates on the American Landscape for his visually clarified, multi-layered paintings. The essence of his subjects are captured by outlines from the colors below, evoking a sense of archaeology and meaningful message. A painting instructor at the University of Iowa for more than 40 years, Dilg has served as Artist in Residence at nearly 50 institutions including Yale University. Among many other awards, he received a Fulbright Grant to India and a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship. In 2014, The Huffington Post called him “One of 15 Artists to Watch.” This is Dilg’s first solo show at Tory Folliard Gallery.

  • Chris Berti – Recent Sculpture

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    November 21 – January 2
     
    Chris Berti carves vintage ceramic paving stones into small scale sculptures. Attracted by the variation in color and texture of the 1890’s material, his animal, bird and other natural imagery incorporate the bricks’ shape, earthy colors, and at times, text of the brick manufacturer.