2017 Endings and Happy New Year 2018

photo of Science March, Madison, Wisconsin, 2017

As well as more paintings completed, several events have made 2017 at least significant if not very, very good. The “Faces of Incarceration” exhibit at the Playhouse Gallery of the Overture Center of the Arts in Madison, Wisconsin in July was a highlight undoubtedly.

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The show at Badger Prairie Health was a success and had more art entries than in previous years.

 

Badger Prairie Health class: collage of a lamp

 

C.Kung recently retired Vilas Professor of Genetics and Molecular Biology of the University of Wisconsin-Madison,  paints in oils with a Chinese aesthetic. Landscapes, portraits, and still life paintings can be seen on his website: http://www.ching-kung-art.weebly.com

 

       Drawing and original photo of Sequoia, German Shepard

German Shepard Coloring

This working dog is known for it devotion to its owner and a popular guard or service breed because of its fearless disposition. They love to be mentally and physically challenged whether it is as a herder, a watchdog, an exercise partner, or police dog. Bi-color, black, black and cream, black and red, black and silver, black and tan, blue, gray, liver, sable, and white are the colors you will see on these dogs.   (from Celebrating Dogs and All Their Colors)

Here is the  link: Celebrating Dogs and All Their Colors:   http://munsell.com/color-blog/dog-coloring-colors/

 

 

 

 

 

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