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New Visions Gallery provides many different educational opportunities throughout the year. These opportunities include tours, workshops, links and other interesting things.

Concealing & Revealing: Ceramics by Minkyu Lee & Landscapes by Suellyn Scoon

January 6 - February 21, 2014

Minkyu Lee is an Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and a ceramic sculptor that focuses on using negative space in his work, encouraging viewers to actually complete the works in their minds. Suellyn Scoon is a Racine-based painter; her newest body of work is about the tension between representation and abstraction with the narrative coming from the viewer's spiritual imagination. Together, their works become a source of discovery for the audience: "What is essential may be invisible to the eye." (Antoine de Saint Exupery)

GUIDED TOURS OFFERED - Please contact New Visions Gallery about transportation stipends for school and community groups (supported by the Marshfield Area Community Foundation).


Emerging Talents

March 3 - April 18, 2014

All Marshfield schools, both public and private are invited to participate in this exhibition of talent, creativity and energy. Students in kindergarten through high school are represented. Now in its 29th year, Emerging Talents honors both outstanding student artists and dedicated art educators from the Marshfield Community. The Opening Reception will feature Hand-On-Art and a performance by Main Street Conservatory of Dance.

Opening Reception: March 2; 1-3:30PM
Featuring: Hands-On Art

GUIDED TOURS OFFERED - Please contact New Visions Gallery about transportation stipends for school and community groups (supported by the Marshfield Area Community Foundation).


Longing & Lace: Works by Sara Merkel & Handmade Lace from the Collection of the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

April 28 - June 20, 2014

Marshfield native Sara Merkel returns to New Visions with a series of works that inspire a sense of nostalgia  - a hint of something once there and the imprint it leaves behind. Merkel's works exude a delicate femininity that connects to the traditions of creating complex works of handmade lace - a skill that, once almost completely replaced with machine during the Industrial Revolution, lives on in the existing works of women that have passed their traditions on to new generations.

Opening Reception: April 27; 1-3:30PM
Featuring: Lace Demonstration

GUIDED TOURS OFFERED - Please contact New Visions Gallery about transportation stipends for school and community groups (supported by the Marshfield Area Community Foundation).

Location: Inside Marshfield Clinic, 1000 N Oak Ave, Marshfield WI 54449
Hours: Mon - Thu 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM, Fri 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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