Paul Bobrowitz
Josef-Peter Roemer

About WVA Wisconsin Visual Artists (WVA) is a not-for-profit juried membership-based organization made up of visual artists working in a wide variety of media and supporters of Wisconsin art since the year 1900.


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 Art Achievement Award. 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
Jun 24
Sat

Bell'Uomo - Male Figurative Art by Dan Simoneau

Kenosha Public Museum

Kenosha Reception 6:00PM

Solo exhibition of Dan Simoneau's acrylic and watercolor paintings

Jun 24
Sat

The Male Figure in Art Lecture and Gallery Walk

Kenosha Public Museum

Kenosha Talk 3PM

Dan will speak about the male figure in art and trends in figurative work as well as talk about the works in the exhibition

Jun 24
Sat

Festival of Arts Highland Park

Highland Park, IL Reception


Jun 25
Sun

Watercolor USA

Springfield Museum of Art

Springfield, MO Reception

The Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, Missouri, is hosting the 56th annual exhibition of Watercolor USA. Brian McCormick's painting Actaea and Allium was selected for exhibition by the judge.

Jun 25
Sun

MYTHOLOGIES: EUGENE VON BRUENCHENHEIN + Lisa Stone + Brett Littman + Michelle Grabner

John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Sheboygan Reception

This exhibition takes an unprecedented, sweeping view of Von Bruenchenhein’s oeuvre, casting a contemporary lens on his paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, and poetry.