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Joe & Jill

Seasons Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION
July “First Friday” – July 2, 5pm-8pm

River Falls alumni Joe Singewald & Jill VanSickle are bringing their wonderful artwork to present us with a delightful exhibit full of inspiring color and texture. Immerse yourselves in this exhibit and help us celebrate their creative spirits!

Joe Singewald’s pottery and tableware are a delight of form, color and texture.

Jill VanSickle’s exquisite acrylic paintings are filled with lovely color and bold exciting brushstrokes.

Come to Seasons for an enjoyable evening to include live music, refreshments, and fun conversation!

Virtual shopping and private appointments available upon request.

Summer Meditations

Seasons Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION
June “First Friday” – June 4, 5pm-8pm

Featuring: Marion Angelica (ceramic artist), Colleen Cosgrove (oil painter), Susan Piazza (ceramic/mixed media artist).

Join us for our June 2021 First Friday Exhibit – Summer Meditations. Bask in the glow of a beautiful summer evening and the delightful artwork created by three exceptional and talented women.

Marion Angelica’s whimsical hand-built pottery adds delicate beauty to the perfect summer luncheon or dinner party.

Colleen Cosgrove’s oil paintings capture the light and shape of summer’s fleeting moments.

Susan Piazza’s colorful and textural ceramic assemblages draw upon the luscious colors of summer.

Come to Seasons Gallery for a memorable summer evening to include live music, refreshments, and fun conversation.

This exhibit will be available for viewing from June 4 – June 27, 2021.

Virtual shopping and private appointments available upon request.

Northern Inspiration

Seasons Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION
May “First Friday” – May 7, 5pm-8pm

Featuring: Kirk Freeman (ceramic artist), Steven McHugh (mixed media artist), and Jeanette Richards (painter).

Our May First Friday Exhibit, Northern Inspiration, will be an exciting exploration of artworks created by three talented Wisconsin artists. Kirk & Jeanette both hail from our very own Hudson, WI, and Steven McHugh from LaPointe, WI. Their individual inspiration and approach combined will certainly come together to create a delightful exhibit.

KIRK FREEMAN’S porcelain vessels and bowls reflect the beauty and color of our surrounding landscape.

STEVEN McHUGH creates abstract pieces employing cold wax and mixed media.

JEANETTE RICHARDS creates textural and colorful acrylic paintings inspired by local flora and fauna.

Join us for this exhibit and help celebrate these artists’ individual creativity and inspirations!

This exhibit will be available for viewing from May 7 – May 31, 2021.

To protect our business and each other we are:
• Requiring Masks
• Practicing Social Distancing
• Offering Virtual Shopping and Private Appointments

Illuminating Perspectives

Seasons Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION
April “First Friday” – April 2, 5pm-8pm

Featuring Kimberly Erickson (alcohol ink on aluminum), Fred Kaemmer (glass artist), Nolan Prohaska (glass artist). Our April First Friday exhibit is sure to be uplifting and exciting, full of light and color to delight the eye.

KIMBERLY ERICKSON employs boldly colored inks that ebb and flow across the aluminum surface of her paintings. This technique magically illuminates the undulating pieces which are full of vibrant colors.

FRED KAEMMER creates blown glass vessels that are refined and elegant in form and shape. Each piece combines the beauty of his designs with the serendipitous color and light.

NOLAN PROHASKA uses glass to create vibrant and thrilling floral sculptures and vessels. Join us for this exhibit and celebrate these artists’ exhilarating and unique perspectives.

This exhibit will be available for viewing from April 2 – May 2, 2021.

To protect our business and each other we are:

  • Requiring Masks
  • Limiting Guests to 10
  • Practicing Social Distancing
  • Offering Virtual Shopping and Private Appointments
Nature’s Forms

March “First Friday” – March 5, 5pm-8pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

Featuring: Megan Moore (oil painter), Jodi Reeb (encaustic/mixed media artist), and Colleen Riley (ceramic artist).

Our March First Friday Exhibit – NATURE’S FORMS – is a delightful exploration of the colors and forms found in our surroundings.

Megan Moore searches for calming harmony in her paintings that capture the pattern and asymmetry found in nature.

Jodi Reeb explores the rhythms, patterns, and forms of environmental elements through her aluminum and encaustic works.

Colleen Riley’s ceramics are elegant and inviting to the touch, and reveal the layers, composition, and textures of her rural landscape.

Join us for this exhibit and experience the beauty of nature as interpreted by these talented local artists. this exhibit will be available for viewing from March 5 – March 28, 2021.

To protect our business and each other we are: • Requiring Masks
• Limiting Guests to 10
• Practicing social Distancing
• Offering Virtual shopping and Private appointments

JUXTAPOSE

February “First Friday” – February 5, 5pm-8pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

Featuring Michael Slagle (painter), Nicholas Kovatch (mixed media artist), and Ryan Ball (ceramic artist).

We are thrilled to kick off our 2021 First Friday feature exhibits with JUXTAPOSE, a fun and contemporary approach to the unexpected combination of colors, shapes and ideas that these three talented local artists offer to thrill our senses. Michael’s abstract paintings layer the stark imagery of long shadows cast on a sunny winter evening layered with the linear imagery of local aerial maps. Nicholas’s work pushes us to see past the canvas to the wall itself. His pieces incorporate distressed, painted and burnt drywall. Their gritty abstraction brings an interesting new texture and approach. Ryan’s functional pottery incorporates classic form and function with unexpected and vibrant glazes.

Come and see this unexpected and thrilling exhibit!

To protect our business and each other we are:
Requiring Masks. Limiting Guests to 10. Practicing Social Distancing.

Virtual shopping appointments available.

February 5 – February 28, 2021

Annual Jewelry Trunk Show

Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our ANNUAL JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW
Friday, December 4, 10am – 8pm and Saturday, December 5, 10am – 5pm

Featuring Camille Knutson of Girl Meets Joy Jewelry

Here at SEASONS we are excited to welcome the delightful jewelry of artist Camille Knutson for our Annual Trunk Show. Camille’s work shimmers and shines with the luminous glow of hand selected gemstones and exquisite design details in each piece of her hand crafted stunning jewelry.

Join us for a fun two-day event filled with sparkling holiday jewels and gifts!

SEASONS Art Garage:
Friday, Dec. 4th, 4 – 8pm
Saturdays, Dec. 5, 12 & 19
Sundays, Dec. 6, 13 & 20

Masks & social distancing required.

Virtual & Private shopping appointments available as well as curbside pick up and free delivery within Hudson. Call SEASONS at (715) 381-2906 to schedule your appointment today.

Wrapped up in the SEASON

October “First Friday” – November 6, 2020, 10am – 8pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY HOLIDAY CELEBRATION

Here at SEASONS we’re getting out wrapping paper, bows and buttons and getting excited to wrap up the gallery in holiday cheer. The gallery “halls” will be decked with wonderful fine art and contemporary craft created by the talented artists we represent.

Come enjoy the abundant selection of unique, handcrafted art and holiday gifts and get all wrapped up in the SEASON with us!

We will be following COVID-19 guidelines with masks and physical distancing, and attention to cleanliness at all times.

Private Holiday shopping appointments available. Please call the gallery at (715) 381-2906 to schedule your appointment today!

BONUS SHOPPING EXPERIENCE AT SEASONS!
Find additional artful holiday treasures in our Holiday Garage. Located in the lower level of the building, and accessed through SEASONS back parking lot, the Holiday Garage will be open select hours throughout the holidays.

Modern Contrasts

October “First Friday” – October 2, 5-9pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

Featuring Douglas & Renee Sigwarth (glass blowers), and Kimberly Tschida Petters (painter).

The works of Kimberly, and Douglas & Renee are minimalist in their imagery and both express a very free-flowing, modern style. In addition, the artists elicit an evocative response by the admirer. However, there are some definite contrasts between the work.

Kimberly paints landscapes as she ponders subtleties in layers and light. She is mesmerized by the expansive space of the land. Her contemporary, quiet pieces are not of anywhere in particular, but they are familiar and have the ability to create a universal experience.

In contrast, Douglas and Renee’s work is bold and bright. It is worked skillfully in a trusting relationship that allows the artists to follow their intuition as they guide their fluid medium to its final state.

Bold versus subtle. Expansive versus focused. An individual versus a partnership. These are concepts to be considered when viewing this dynamic contemporary show of contrasts.

Join us on Friday, October 2, 2020 from 5 pm – 7 pm to have the first peek at this new body of contemporary work. We will be following COVID-19 guidelines with masks and physical distancing. If you would rather see the show virtually, a video will be posted.

The show will remain up through Sunday, November 1, 2020.

Seasonal Transitions

Opens “First Friday” – Friday, September 4.
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

The gallery will be open until 7pm that evening if you wish to be amongst the first to see it. You can also come in-person throughout the month or watch the Virtual Tour.

Featuring Casey Beck (ceramic artist) and Mary Opatz Herges (oil painter)
The warm tones of fall are richly embedded in the works of both Casey and Mary. The work takes us from one season to another as nature changes colors and wraps us into the next season.

Mary is a landscape artist that captures light, color, and mood. She feels that landscapes are a perfect vehicle for expressing human emotion. She uses an abstract brush to create landscapes that are inexplicable, withdrawn, and unknowable. She feels that “when things cannot clearly be seen they can often best be felt.”

Casey creates utilitarian vessels that he hopes will also create a dialogue between user, process, material and self through a series of recollections. Again we are dealing with art and emotion. Casey suggests that “with the everyday use of a vessel, past memories are recognized, all while the user forms their own memories with the vessel. These memories accumulate and form a relationship between vessel and user.”

As we anticipate fall, stop by the gallery which is very COVID-19 prepared … only 10 people in the gallery all wearing masks with attention to cleanliness at all times. This show will enrich your experience and help you personally transition into the next season.

The show will remain up through September 27th.

Seconds, Experiments and Undiscovered Art (Covid-19 Style)

Opens “First Friday” – Friday, July 3, 10am-6pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

The sale features the work of approximately 40 artists, prices are approximately one-third to one-half off the regular price, with artful treasures ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime.

The sale will continue on Saturday, July 4, 10am–5pm, and on Sunday, July 5, 11am–4pm.

Don’t forget that on Monday, July 6, 10am–6pm, all remaining sale items will be half off the sale price.

We will be asking our guests to wear masks, we will practice social distancing, and we will only allow 10 guests in at a time. This is the coVid-19 part!

Looking forward to seeing you.

Natural Elements

Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to attend (in groups of 5 or less) on
Friday, June 5

featuring Paul Klein (mixed media artist), Joe Singewald (potter) and Dan Wiemer (painter).

These three fine regional artists create exceptional pieces of art that in some way reflect or incorporate the natural elements of our world. Paul designs and creates artful lamps that incorporate beautiful wood and stone in their bases and are capped with hand made paper shades. Joe uses the natural element of clay to throw and finish well- conceived functional pottery. Dan manages to capture nature through his dynamic paintings that always seem to bring us to a place we love.

We will create a virtual tour of the show for those of you who would rather experience it through the comfort and safety of their own home. Just go to www.seasonsonstcroix.com to enjoy it.

The show will remain up in the gallery through June 28th.

 

COLOR & TEXTURE: Experienced Through Abstracted Landscapes


April 2020 Virtual Exhibit

Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our COLOR & TEXTURE: Experienced Through Abstracted Landscapes

featuring Katie Clymer (mixed media artist), Mary Ila Duntemann (glass artist), and Nanci Yermakoff (watercolor artist).

Serene, sophisticated, warm, calm are ways of describing the work of these three talented regional artists. Each artist is inspired by the beauty of the natural world around them and expresses that gently in their own mediums often using abstracted landscapes as their focus. Their work is subtle as they each use interesting techniques to achieve the results they desire. Nanci layers watercolors manipulated carefully on the paper to develop a deep, rich color palette. Mary Ila’s bead work is textural in nature and soft in its presentation. Katie manipulates alcohol inks to create her landscapes. It is truly going to be a lovely show.

Join us for great art conversation, refreshments, nibbles and live music.

The show will remain up through April 26th.

Puzzling

Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our Winter Warmth
Friday, March 6, 5pm – 8:30pm

Featuring over 30 gallery artists!

Once again it is time for SEASONS’ annual “all artist” show. We look forward to sharing the diverse talents of so many of our artists at one wonderful event. Each year we offer a common theme and ask artists to respond with a couple of pieces that reflect the theme.

“Puzzling” is our theme this year. Some artists will use “puzzling” as the way they approach their piece, while others will reflect the theme in their actual artwork. Either way, the show will reveal their thoughts on the subject in interesting, informative and perhaps “puzzling” ways.

Join the gallery staff and the artists for an evening of “puzzling” conversation, exceptional art, refreshments, nibbles, and live music.

The show will remain up until March 29, 2020.

Candlelight Stroll Jewelry Trunk Show

Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our CANDLELIGHT STROLL JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW
Friday, December 6, 5pm – 9pm

Featuring Susan Panciera

Hudson is all aglow the evening of the Candlelight Stroll. Downtown is fully decorated, glowing luminaries line the streets, horse carriage rides are available, restaurants are festive and filled with scrumptious holiday treats and libations, and shops are brimming with holiday treasures to purchase for holiday giving and décor.

SEASONS is no exception as we celebrate “The Season to Sparkle.” This year our jewelry trunk show features jewelry artist Susan Panciera who draws her inspiration from beauty in nature. Her designs often incorporate vines, stems, paths, loops, stones and swirls. Her design is simple, elegant, and demonstrates her attention to detail.

Please join us to meet Susan, see a lovely, glittering selection of her work, and enjoy a festive evening filled with live music, nibbles and treats.

The Season to Sparkle

November “First Friday” – November 1, 5-9pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

Featuring all of the SEASONS’ artists.

It is definitely the time of year to sparkle … personally, as a well as in your home and with your gift-giving selections. The gallery will be a-glitter with wonderful fine art and contemporary craft created by the wonderful artists we represent throughout the year.

The selection will be stellar … the gifts abundant, and the holiday décor whimsical and charming.

Join us for this annual holiday kick-off. enjoy live music, refreshments, nibbles, holiday joy, and yes, a little sparkle!

The Clay Canvas

October “First Friday” – October 4, 5-9pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

Featuring Steve Hemingway

This one-person show will bring to life the beautiful artistry that Steve Hemingway brings to the clay canvas. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and most have been created based upon nature, seasons, worldwide cultures, and influences from life experiences.

Steve is known for his painstaking attention to detail and his mastery of the raku firing process. The clay has become a canvas to present an idea, an emotion, or a metaphor as a three dimensional piece of art.

Join us to meet Steve, enjoy his work, sample some snacks and refreshments as well as live music.

The show will remain up through October 27th.

Plein Air Hudson, 2019

Plein Air Painting
August 16th – 18th
Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony
Monday, August 19th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

SEASONS on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our annual Plein Air Hudson event, featuring 22 regional artists who will each create 3 paintings in 3 days. “En Plein Air” is a French expression meaning “in the open air” and is particularly used to describe the act of painting outdoors.

You will see artists busily working throughout the community on August 16th, 17th and 18th. Feel free to visit, chat, and learn from the artists about their technique and process … maybe even give them some hints as to where to paint in our beautiful community.

On Monday, August 19th, the finished paintings will be hung in the Gallery. Please join us Monday evening to celebrate the artists and their work at the Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This year’s Plein Air judge is Lisa Stauffer.

The evening will be filled with food, refreshments, music and artful conversation. You will even have an opportunity to vote and determine the “People’s Choice” Award. The artworks created will be available for purchase and on display at the Gallery through September 1st.

Home Grown

September “First Friday” – September 6, 5-9pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

Featuring Kate Gomez (mixed media artist) and Nolan Prohaska (glass artist)

Both Kate and Nolan are inspired by the natural wonder and beauty of the world around them. They are intrigued by the gesture, the origin and the habitat of a plant or species. Kate brings this to life in her dynamic paintings, while Nolan does the same through his lovely and intricate glass sculptures.

The really wonderful part of this pairing, is that both of these accomplished artists are HOME GROWN … and, their artwork is HOME GROWN, reflecting the natural beauty of western Wisconsin where they each reside with their families.

Join us to celebrate Nolan and Kate, and their artful accomplishments. Also enjoy live music, refreshments and some home grown treats.

The artwork will remain up through September 29th.

Seconds, Experiments and Undiscovered Art

July “First Friday” – Friday, July 5, 10am-7pm
Seasons on St. Croix Gallery invites you to our FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

This year, we are starting our annual wild and crazy sale at 10am on Friday, July 5th, and running it throughout the day.

The SALE features the work of approximately 50 artists, prices approximately half of the regular price, and artful treasures ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime!

The sale will continue on Saturday and Sunday and will last through Monday, July 8th. Don’t forget …Monday everything is marked half off the sale price!

FYI, there is no “First Friday” in August. However, we are planning “Plein Air Hudson” for August 16th – 18th, with Opening Reception/Awards Ceremony on August 19th, 6:30-8:30pm.