Kay Brathol-Hostvet
Gary John Gresl

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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Sep 05

9th Annual Blue Moon Art Tour

Along Blue Moon Road in Drummond, Wisconsin.


Diana's home studio (Once in a Blue Moon Studio) will be open to the public during this art tour. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, Sat. and Sun. of Labor Day weekend.

Sep 08

Polarization (with Ray Zovar)

Overture Center, Gallery 3

Madison, WI Reception 6-8:00PM

Ray Zovar and I are presenting our abstract acrylic paintings that deal with the themes of "Division" and "Polarization".

Sep 11

A Whiter Shade of Black

Art*Bar Riverwest

Milwaukee Reception 7:00pm

Sep 12

Birds in Art 2015

Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum


Clarence P. Cameron's Montana dendritic soapstone sculpture, "The Gleaner," has been selected for the 2015 Birds in Art exhibition at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin.

Sep 18

Small Works

Riverwalk Art Center

Fond du Lac Reception 5:00-8:00pm