The ANNEW Community is a group of gallerists, artists, and supporters coming together to showcase the arts and bring a fresh exposure to the amazing creatives in Northeast Wisconsin. Without this support, an organization like ours could not exist.
Membership benefits include a small clip of your information here and a link to your website. Also, membership is the only avenue for submitting your videos and photos relating to your art and where you might be showing. We interview all member artist and showcase them on our news page. Foxley’s hosts a yearly art show for all community members as well.
Consider joining ANNEW and helping to support the talents found in your own town. Contact us for information.
Bruce Danz is an avocational photographer since age 8, more intensely so over the last 23 years. He seeks to record the beauty in nature in its various forms and hopes the viewer nothing more than to better appreciate the same, and hopefully, their part in it. More recently he has been drawn to photographing birds, but not just birds in themselves, but birds as a part of the landscape/environment.
Patt Huss was born and raised in Wisconsin, I appreciate all the beauty that surrounds me from the Fox River that flows through the town to the eagles majestically soaring overhead. The forever-changing seasons bring new life and excitement to the atmosphere outdoors and within my soul. Nature at it’s best.
Whether painting in my studio or Plein Aire painting, I become completely immersed in creating a painting I feel will be pleasing to myself and the viewer.
Haven Paul’s favorite subjects are birds, bees, and flowers. While I have always been a photographer and graphite artist, it is relatively recently that the worlds of colored pencils and watercolors have given me new freedom of expression. My art doesn’t hold a significant meaning or message, but with it I hope to inspire others to travel, explore their world, and discover the many gems this all too short life has to offer.
Treble Stigen is a self-taught photographer based out of Menasha, Wisconsin who awakened to creating art in her mid 40’s. While not defined by genre, Treble’s work has a unifying theme of vivid color or striking monochrome. She starts with a photograph of her surroundings and then re-imagines it using filters and special effects. Because of her lifelong connection to music, the work is primarily in a square format to represent LPs, 45s, and CD covers. Two of her pieces have been used as album covers by local musicians.