Event Details

Paint and Pixels
by Tina Duemler
and Carleton Davis

Friday, November 2, 2018 through Friday, January 11, 2019
Wellington & Muranyi Galleries
1315 11th Street, Monroe


This exhibit highlights two different artistic approaches to capturing the same subject matter. Both Duemler and Davis are interested in using light, color, texture, and movement to create compelling and interesting landscape images. It showcases works created by each artist in similar locations throughout Door County Wisconsin; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; and the American West. Other images will include present and new work from travels, near and far.

When photographer Carleton Davis showed his photographs to artist Tina Duemler, the two were surprised to discover that Tina knew exactly where he had taken many of his photographs - because she herself had painted them. A fascination with the landscape had driven them each, entirely separate, to capture similar scenes across both Wisconsin and Wyoming. Interestingly, both had studied with nationally recognized landscape artists/photographers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. And so the idea for a joint exhibition was launched.

Friday, November 2, 2018
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Gallery Talk: 5:30 pm

Monroe Arts Center gallery exhibitions and opening receptions are free and open to the public.

This exhibit has been made possible by Mike and Shelley Muranyi; Pete Guenther and Barb Woodriff; Lee and Chris Knuteson; The Monroe Clinic; Don Amphlett and Jan Johnson; and Chuck and Chris Wellington.