On February 16 we hosted an artist talk with David Najib Kasir and Alison Ruttan. The artists talk about how the idea of Misplaced Math of Homes and Families came to be, how they met as well as their own work. Misplaced Math of Homes and Families end March 9, 2019.
The Frank Juarez Gallery is located at 207 E. Buffalo Street, #600, Milwaukee, WI 53202. Gallery hours are Saturdays from 11am-4pm.
The Frank Juarez Gallery is happy to announce Reece Howell, as our newest gallery assistant. We look forward to working with him in 2019.
About Reece Howell
Reece Howell is a traditional and digital painter residing in Milwaukee. Growing up he spent much of his summers with his father exploring the northern woods of Wisconsin, fishing, hiking, camping, the same experiences many Midwestern kids have. His mother had a career in the medical field, he remembers copying anatomical drawings from her medical textbooks by her side as she worked from home. Now in adulthood looking back those are some of his most cherished memories. In his work he explores relationships and shared moments of the human experience.
He is Interested in trauma and healing processes of the body and mind. He is also affected by nostalgia, always seeing how the good memories seem to shine through the bad.
Reece knew at a young age that all he wanted to do was pursue a career in art, after high school He attended the Peck School of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in the spring of 2015. During his undergraduate studies he learned about digital tools and their relationship to contemporary art making. He aims to incorporate digital components to bring the traditional media of painting into new dimensions.
Today Reece is a painter working in the mediums of traditional oil, digital painting, and also mural. He has participated in group shows around Milwaukee, as well he assists and heads on projects creating murals around the city. He continues to pursue his interests in the human experience and pushes to connect with his audience at a deeper level through his work.
2018 Artist in Residence
October 27 – December 8, 2018
The Frank Juarez Gallery
207 E. Buffalo Street, Ste. 600
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Reception: Saturday, December 1, 5-8pm
Milwaukee, WI — The Frank Juarez Gallery is pleased to announce that artist, Ryan Woolgar, has been selected as the 2018 artist-in-residence. Woolgar will be creating a new body of work based on a series of digital sketches he has been working on this past year. His residency is October 27 - December 8, 2018.
The Frank Juarez Gallery Artist-in-Residency Program was created to provide an environment designed to support the artist's creative development and creative output. This exhibition space is transformed into a working studio providing the artist access to this space, resources, and professional development. At the end of the 7-week residency the artist will have a closing reception. Please mark your calendar for Saturday, December 1 from 5-8pm.
Woolgar will be at the gallery on Saturdays from November 3 through December 8, from 11 am - 4pm. The Frank Juarez Gallery is located at 207 E. Buffalo Street, #600, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202 (inside Material Studios & Gallery in the Third Ward).
Woolgar writes, “The act of writing creates marks on a surface. I compose these marks to highlight their gestural beauty rather than focus on the meaning of words. These images capture the inaudible echo that is our thoughts; the running script behind one’s eyes”.
About the Frank Juarez Gallery
The Frank Juarez Gallery is committed to supporting artists working in painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation, and mixed media works. We aim to create an accessible, educational, and engaging exhibition space for our artists, audience, and community. The Frank Juarez Gallery exhibits and supports the works of artists who value innovation, technical discipline and artistic excellence in their chosen medium.
For further information on Ryan Woolgar or this residency, please email email@example.com or call 920.559.7181.