Part architecture, part optical illusion, “Lucid Stead” is a transparent cabin (of wood and mirrors) by Phillip K. Smith III.
Sculptures (mostly porcelain and ceramic) by Johnson Tsang…
As part of a yearlong project that began in 2012, Wooster Collective, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, renowned street artists, area residents, civic organizations, businesses, and property owners have worked together to locate potential street-art sites throughout the city. This summer, those locations became home to exciting new works of art.
The goal of this Connecting Communities project was to create a more intimate relationship between the invited artist in residence and the Sheboygan community receiving his or her art and working collaboratively together. It is hoped that this project will continue to draw and inspire artists from inside and outside of our community by increasing and strengthening the city’s public art and cultural diversity. Additionally, The Sheboygan Project aims to further develop Sheboygan’s reputation as a destination for artists and encourage locals to embrace the arts culture of their city.
For more information about the Connecting Communities Artist in Residency Program please visit www.jmkac.org and for more information on The Sheboygan Project please visit:http://thesheboyganproject.org/
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Willy Verginer creates these amazing hyperrealistic sculptures from solid pieces of lindenwood
The Wondrous Story of Emery Blagdon’s Healing Machine
Installation view of Emory Blagdon: The Healing Machine at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.…