The Wausau area’s thriving arts community offers an intriguing variety of visual arts. You can always count on a fascinating exhibition at the Woodson Art Museum, including their annual Birds in Art exhibition with more than 120 all-new original artworks from around the world interpreted in oil, watercolor, the graphic arts, bronze and stone. A total of ten to twelve exhibitions throughout the year bring the world of art to north central Wisconsin at this always free museum. The Center for the Visual Arts has rotating exhibits that showcase the works of local and regional artists in the Caroline S. Mark Gallery. The annual Midwest Seasons is the gallery’s signature exhibit, featuring artists' interpretations of the varied seasons in the country's mid-section.
|With a permanent collection of paintings, graphics and sculptures primarily focusing on birds, this is an ideal place to take in art and nature. More»||The Center for the Visual Arts features thematic showings throughout the year, and offers classes in a variety of media to all age groups. More»|
Owen J. Gromme: An Enduring Legacy
Celebrated Wisconsin painter and naturalist Owen J. Gromme's work is showcased in a new and permanent home at the museum Gromme helped launch thirty-seven years ago. Highlighted by a re-creation of the artist's studio, these paintings reveal Gromme at his best along with his reverence for the flora and fauna of his home state. More»