A r t i s t s G a l l e r y i n R a c i n e
401 Main St,
401 Main Street
Racine, WI 53403
Wednesday through Saturday 11am to 5pm
Sunday 1pm to 4pm
Special Event Days (First Fridays, Third Fridays, etc.) 11am to 9pm
Other times available for private showings.
Artists Gallery is an artist cooperative of 40 regional artists that has been run and managed by artists since 1998. This co-op has a tradition of putting the client and artist relationship first. Also, as a downtown business we support the development of downtown Racine as a viable destination for locals and tourists.
As our members sell their art, they replace them with new art so stop by often to see what's new. We also change all our work on display every quarter. And make sure you attend one of our very popular First Fridays or Gallery Nights when we start each monthly show with a reception open to the public! (See the Events Calendar page for dates and upcoming shows.)
For more information:
- email firstname.lastname@example.org (Use the form below.)
- stop by the gallery for a new member kit
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Artists Gallery is offering work by well known regional artists that are not members of the gallery. These works are well priced and would be great additions to anyone's collection.
Some of the artists are:
Gerald Winser--oils (1925-2015)
Silent Auction Ends October 6!
"Revolutions" by Harold Solberg
Join us on September 23 from Noon to 7pm for Art Demonstrations
Scheduled are demonstrations of Raku firing, wood turning, polymer clay molding, ceramic hand building, sketching, painting, jewelry making and other art forms.
There will also be a pottery throwing demonstration by Case High School art teacher Rebecca Manteufel and her students. Her work will be on sale to help fund the ceramics arts program at Case High School. Pieces she and her students make will be donated to the Empty Bowls Program.
Included in the auction are works by member artists and guest artists but also regional artists Mona Noe, Gerald Windser and Winnifred Sawyer.