She Came from Sheboygan Falls: Up-and-coming artist Sara Willadsen takes a thoughtful approach to her paintings and collages by Brendan Murphy, Urban Milwaukee
November 17, 2017
Sara Willadsen is a 30-year-old Sheboygan Falls native who has shown her art around the country, including Los Angeles, Texas, and Chicago. Her works mix collage and paintings to create exterior scenes that can be both simple and complex. Read more.
The Art of Collage and Assemblage - Kolaj Magazine
October 5, 2017
The exhibition explores traditional, digital and innovative applications to collage and assemblage works produced from various resources, such as, but not limited to, the use of magazine and newspaper clippings, paint, handmade papers, screen print, text, photographs and/or other found objects. Each piece provides the viewer a glimpse into the artist’s own world. Read more.
Gallery Night and Day goes outside - and inside by Sarah Hauer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
July 20, 2017
At the peak of summer, it's time to take Gallery Night outside.
In addition to the more than 40 spaces that will show art at the quarterly event Friday and Saturday, the city is bustling with public art. So take a walk on your way from gallery to gallery to truly embrace the city's art offerings. Read more.
'Street Artists of Milwaukee' at the Frank Juarez Gallery by Tyler Friedman
June 22, 2017
In “Street Artists of Milwaukee,” June 24 through Aug. 5 at the Frank Juarez Gallery, five Wisconsin artists demonstrate their unique takes on street art. Read more.
Frank Juarez Gallery to exhibit Street Artists of Milwaukee by Lee Matz
June 12, 2017
This exhibition, co-curated by Frank Juarez and Stacey Williams-Ng of Wallpapered City, will feature the works of a select few artists who have made a difference in the Milwaukee urban landscape with outdoor murals and artistic expressions. Juarez a career of supporting artists who work in painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation, and mixed media works. Read more.
With new gallery, Frank Juarez extends role as artistic advocate by Rafael Salas
April 18, 2017
With stalwart vision and dauntless optimism, Frank Juarez has returned to the Third Ward. The Frank Juarez Gallery opened recently in a modest space on the top floor of the Marshall Building. It gives Juarez, once again, a voice of artistic advocacy in Milwaukee. Read more.
Frank Juarez Gallery Opens Gallery in Third Ward by Kat Kneevers
April 12, 2017
There is a new gallery in Milwaukee, but its history actually goes a long way back. Frank Juarez has been active in the arts scene in Milwaukee, as well as Sheboygan, for more than a decade. Read more.
Frank Juarez Returns to Third Ward by Tyler Friedman
March 30, 2017
After spending the past decade focusing his arts activities in Sheboygan where he is the art department chair at Sheboygan North High School, Frank Juarez is returning the Frank Juarez Gallery to the Third Ward—specifically, 207 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 600. Read more.