April 19, 2013
Opening tonight! At Artisan Gallery in Paoli, reception 5-9pm. Another show that is opening tonight here is the Flora and Fauna show (with the Taliesin Goose in previous post)
One of my favorite (and challenging) shows of the year: The Habitat Restore Salvage Art Show (See all of this year’s artwork for sale) where you have to find some repurposed item to use in your piece. This year? refurbished, upcycled old wood cedar siding (from our old house in Stoughton). Glued then varnished on top with old, imperfect (slated for recycling) woodcuts from past editions (because you know there’s always imperfect woodcuts lying around waiting to be recyled!). Here’s three pieces you’ll see at Artisan Gallery‘s opening reception tonight:
‘Calavera Ratoncito’ for Habitat Restore Salvage Show. About 9in tall, hand-colored woodcut on French’s paper, adhered to old, repurposed cedar ciding.
‘Wooden Bulldog’ for Habitat Restore Salvage Show. About 8in tall, reduction woodcut on mulberry paper, adhered to old, repurposed cedar ciding.
‘Wooden Circus Dog’ for Habitat Restore Salvage Show. About 12in tall, reduction woodcut on Arches Cover, adhered to old, repurposed cedar ciding.
And here is Habitat ReStore’s statement about the show. Pretty cool, huh?:
The purpose of this show is to create a community event where artists and gallery owners can collaborate and to raise money for Habitat for Humanity of Dane County and to re-purpose another person’s junk into amazing works of art. This event saves items from the landfill and gives artists and gallery owners an opportunity to network with one another and the community.
March 10, 2013
Opening reception Saturday, March 16, 7-10pm.
Showing with my friend and fellow artist Alicia Rheal in our From Farm to Fork (to Fabulous!) exhibit. The opening reception is a gala celebration and benefit for the Walls of Wittenberg. More info, and the poster, below. Highlight? Why Nueske’s Applewood Smoked Meats of course.
This is going to be a really fun (and delicious) opening reception! (Click on poster to enlarge) And, if you drive up early, you can visit Nueske’s Company Store in Wittenberg (Sat. hours: 8-4).
The WowSpace is located at 114 Vinal St – Wittenberg, WI. Easy to find…Just look for the 8ft hanging hog carcasses and the giant pull-toy pig (cuts) in the front windows along the main street of downtown Wittenberg!
And here’s more info about the Walls of Wittenberg ongoing mural project.
One section of the wall installed for now….
Installing…. That’s an 18ft long Hampshire stud boar on right (the model, Pioneer is owned by Monson Show Pigs in Richland Center). And that’s an 8ft pull-toy pig in front window.
October 5, 2012
Posted JAN 14, 2013: Poster now available online at the Mount Horeb Spring Art Tour site. BUY NOW
Available this weekend at the Mount Horeb Fall Festival, the new Mount Horeb Spring Art Tour benefit poster, featuring Quality Control.
16in x 20in poster, above, features: ‘Quality Control’, oil on canvas, 72in x 60in, © S.V. Medaris (click image to enlarge)
Stop by Saturday, Oct. 6, 9-5 or Sunday, Oct. 7, 10-4 and pick up one of these beautiful posters for only $15!! You’ll be benefiting our non-profit Spring Art Tour event held every June (2013 tour will be June 7-9, 2013: Fri-Sun, 10am-5pm daily).
And guess what?! We’ll be at booth #216 in the street in front of Olson’s Christmas House (near the corner of Main St & Third St.), which is right next to–get this–SJOLINDS CHOCOLATE HOUSE!!!
If you want your poster signed by the artist, I’ll be there. So come visit us (and Sjolinds of course), support The Mount Horeb Area Arts Association (that’s us Spring Art Tour artists), and get some awesome art for only $15!!
August 5, 2011
Available (for the first time) at tomorrow’s chicken talk at DCHS (see next post below).
(Click to enlarge)
woodcut-printed tees, tanks and v-necks available at DCHS this Saturday, August 6!
July 30, 2011
AUG 6, 2-3pm:
DCHS Benefit &”CLUCK” Book Signing/Talk with S.V. Medaris
Free event, door prizes, auction…
Join DCHS in welcoming Sue Medaris for a talk about the life (and artwork) of raising chickens, peafowl, turkeys and more on her farm in the Driftless Area of Southern Wisconsin. Funds riased at this event support efforts to build a coop for the homeless chickens in DCHS’s care. Door prizes, drawing for 3 hard-cover CLUCK books, live auction of an original print by S.V. Medaris, and more!!
Dane County Humane Society
5132 Voges Rd,
Madison, WI 53718-6941
Phone: (608) 838-04130
Contact : Jan Viney at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 11, 2010
They’re here: the UW veterinary school’s annual holiday card, and this year, a poster too! The cards feature Farm Breakfast and the 9″x11″ poster features Quality Control. All sales benefit the UW School of Veterinary Medicine. Ordering information and more at UW School of Veterinary Medicine Holiday Cards and Poster. Order by Dec. 14.
Farm Breakfast Holiday Card
"Farm Breakfast" • oil on canvas, by S.V. Medaris • 16" x 20" • from the permanent collection of American Family Children’s Hospital.
Quality Control Holiday Poster (signed and numbered)
"Quality Control" • oil on canvas, by S.V. Medaris • 6ft x 5ft