The Plymouth Arts Center and sponsor, Masters Gallery, proudly present Go Figure, a juried show featuring the works of the Wisconsin Visual Artists, Southeast Chapter. Is it figurative? Is it about perplexity, confusion, surprise, or puzzlement? Is it figuratively speaking; or metaphorical? How does it all add up? The public is invited to the festive opening reception on Friday, March 8, 2024 from 5 to 7:30 pm with awards and comments presented at 6 pm. Musical entertainment for the evening will be provided by Steve Hamer. Admission is free. The exhibition will be on display in Gallery 110 North through April 26, 2024.

Go Figure was juried by Mary Tilton and Jayne Reid Jackson.

MARY TILTON is a watercolor artist with curiosity about the world and how things work. A “maker” at heart, her curiosity has led her to study art in all its forms and practices. She limits her art practice to watercolor as a means of focus and has shown her work both locally and in national juried exhibitions. She continually pursues technical knowledge to support increasingly expressive artwork. After retirement from a creative technical management career, Mary became free to explore the open network of art and artists. She has held a variety of positions in the Madison Watercolor Society, the Arts Alliance.

JAYNE REID JACKSON, A Wisconsin native, Jayne grew up in Milwaukee and Port Washington. She currently works out of her home studio in Madison and is known internationally for her mezzotint work. Her mezzotints are accepted into national and international print exhibitions, both juried and invitational, and included in public collections in the US and Internationally. She is a member of several print societies and exhibits regularly in their exhibitions.

ABOUT THE WISCONSIN VISUAL ARTISTS: The Wisconsin Visual Artists began in the year 1900 as the first professional association of artists in Wisconsin, and has continued for 123 years as an educational, supportive, and connective force for artists within the state. WVA offers a community and a support system to artists at any stage in their career. Because the organization is run by artists for artists, we are dedicated to the well-being and fair treatment of Wisconsin artists through the forging of creative partnerships, exhibition opportunities, monthly meetings, publications, programming, arts advocacy, and more. WVA hosts many exhibitions each year, and partners with the Museum of Wisconsin Art to execute the Wisconsin Artist Biennial.

Gallery 110 North is located in the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill Street in historic downtown Plymouth. As western Sheboygan County’s leading arts destination since 1993, the Plymouth Arts Center continues to showcase Wisconsin visual and performing artists. Regular Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10am to 4pm; Sat. and Sun. Noon to 3pm. Admission to Gallery 110 North is always free. For more information contact the Plymouth Arts Center, 920-892-8409 or visit us online www.plymoutharts.org; follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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