‘Maxine Masterfield strives to capture the wonder & power of the natural world. She works abstractly without preconception, discovering the path for each painting along the way. Author of ‘Painting the Spirit of Nature’, the essence of natural processes permeate her imagery. Her studio & workshops are in scenic Siesta Key, FL. Her work can be found in corporate & museum collections across the country. I am very pleased to have her involved in Natural Selection 2.0 at Dakota State University’ - Destry Sparks, Curator.
Natural Selection Profile #11, Maxine Masterfield
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‘Journey Women’ Comes Home
The Madison Area Arts Council is thrilled to welcome home artists from 'Journey Women' including Ginny Freitag, Lisa Shoemaker, Jill Frederick, Eve Fisher, Donna Hazelwood, Winnie Giles, Connie Herring, and Angela Behrends to The BrickHouse Community Arts Center on Thursday, May 23rd, from 7-9pm. We'll be showing select pieces from both showings, and the artists will be on hand to discuss their thoughts and process behind these works.
The BrickHouse is located at 106 SE 2nd Street in the heart of downtown Madison, donations are encouraged, refreshments and conversation are always provided.
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- 'T', started by Madison artist Winnie Giles, and completed with the collaboration of 12 of her fellow 'Journey... fb.me/1htIKlPgQ 13 hours ago
- We just wanted to let you all know that unfortunately, we won't be able to go forward this year with our 4th... fb.me/2BFjLhqE9 2 days ago
- Look, it's Dennis. And he's talking about the arts. fb.me/1cfpokV4t 3 days ago
- 'Cach'e', which was started by Madison artist and writer Eve Fisher, and completed through the ongoing... fb.me/2lsyFFVDc 3 days ago
- Hey Sioux Falls, Australia is stealing your moves. fb.me/1KscsIaI3 4 days ago
- 'Village of Langenaria', which was started by Madison's Donna Hazelwood, and completed through the ongoing... fb.me/EuJkr11Q 6 days ago
- 'The Body is the Temple', started by Madison artist Allyson Nagel and completed by the 12 other Journey Women... fb.me/GyWoecRH 1 week ago
- Anyone have a sweet party plan for our 49th Birthday yet? Give us your best pitch! 1 week ago
- If you haven't heard already, we're bringing a few of the Journey Women to The BrickHouse this May, cause you... fb.me/256G31OlT 1 week ago
- I posted 13 photos on Facebook in the album "Works from Journey Women II" fb.me/M8AXY27a 1 week ago
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The Madison Area Arts Council, MAAC, is a talented collective of community members cooperatively working together to advocate, foster, and promote the Arts and Culture here in our own backyard.
Our ongoing mission is to highlight, feature, and promote the arts and artists within the Madison Area and surrounding communities through innovative community-oriented and community-accessible programming.
As a regionally recognized arts leader, comprised completely of volunteers, we seek to actively engage, challenge, and create lasting and meaningful dialogue and relationships within our diverse community.
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