Nova Czarnecki
Robin Jebavy

About WVA Wisconsin Visual Artists (WVA) is a not-for-profit membership-based organization made up of visual artists working in a wide variety of media and also supporters of Wisconsin Art. WVA is the oldest art organization in Wisconsin.


The purpose of the WVA is to promote, develop and encourage the creative visual arts in Wisconsin. WVA produces a quarterly magazine that features two Wisconsin artists in each issue. WVA sponsors the Wisconsin Artist Biennial, an exhibit open to all artist over 18 living in Wisconsin. This is a showcase of some of the best contemporary art in Wisconsin. WVA manages this website, where artist members and gallery/museum members may post their exhibits and events. WVA is one of the co-sponsors for the Wisconsin Visual Artist Achievement Awards. WVA has a growing endowment that will help to preserve our future.


The WVA artist membership is divided into three chapters: Southeast (SE) in the Milwaukee area; South Central (SC) in the Madison area; and Northeast (NE) in the Appleton/Green Bay area More About WVA.


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UPCOMING VISUAL ARTS EVENTS
Jul 23
Sat

Richfield Art at the Mill

Art at the Mill

Richfield Reception

This is a one day art show in Richfield Wisconsin. Organized by the Richfield Historical Society.

Jul 23
Sat

International Salon of Pastels at St. Aulaye, France

Preview 5:30 pm

Colette Odya Smith has been invited to exhibit 3 of her paintings this summer in the International Salon of Pastels at St. Aulaye, France from July 23rd to August 21st, 2016.

Jul 28
Thu

Susan Hale Retrospective

Cedarburg Cultural Center

Cedarburg Reception 5pm

A journey through 40 years of the artist's life and work.

Jul 28
Thu

Kent Williams: Retrospective

Whitewater Arts Alliance Cultural Arts Center

Whitewater Reception 1 pm

A look back at 15 years as an art quilter and a recent move to digital prints, all in the search for patterns that evoke the time we live in.

Aug 28
Sun

SE Chapter Member Exhibit

Anderson Art Center

Kenosha Reception