Apr
27

2014 NSAG Member Show

June 1 to July 30, 2014
Coffee Gallerie
1865 Northport Dr
Madison, WI
The Coffee Gallerie

Dec
11

Raising Crane: Impressions of Cherokee Marsh

Raising Crane: Impressions of Cherokee Marsh
April 1-May 31 2014
Lakeview Branch Library

(Reception to be announced.)

A show focused on Cherokee Marsh and in partnership with the Friends of Cherokee Marsh will be held at the Lakeview Branch Library April 1-May 31.

Nov
27

Char DeVos to show in Manna Cafe, Madison

Doilie Chair smChar DeVos, Multimedia Artist
Month of February, 2014
Reception to be announced soon.
Manna Cafe
611 N Sherman Ave, Madison
Madison, WI

Manna Cafe website

Jan
26

North Side Artists Group Member Show, Coffee Gallerie, Madison

June 1 to July 31, 2013
Coffee Gallerie
1865 Northport Dr
Madison, WI
The Coffee Gallerie

Jan
26

David Carpenter to show in Hilldale, Madison

Feb. 5 to Apr 2, 2013
Hilldale Mall
702 N Midvale Blvd
Madison, WI
Hilldale Mall

Jan
26

David Carpenter to show in Prairie du Sac

Jan. 27 to March 2, 2013.
River Arts on Water Gallery
590 Water Street
Prairie du Sac, WI
River Arts of Water Gallery

January 27 to March 2, 2013
River Arts Center
105 9th St
Prairie du Sac, WI
River Arts Center

Nov
13

Northside Artists Group at Absolutely Art Gallery

November 2, 2012 – November 30, 2012
Absolutely Art & Café Zoma are proud to feature the works the NorthSide Artists Group (NSAG) during month of November. Enjoy an evening of inspiring artwork and live music by Michelle DuVall, with catering by Bunky’s Café the night of the reception.

Absolutely Art will be displaying the works of 18 member artists. This group of artists works in a variety of mediums and styles including glass and stone mosaics, photography, oil paintings, printmaking, boxes and watercolor. Wonder between Café Zoma and Absolutely Art to see the artwork on exhibit.

Opening Reception Friday, November 2nd from 5p-9p:
Absolutely Art (Google map)
2322 Atwood Ave
Madison, WI

Aug
02

Northside Artist Group presents “Gems”

September 17 through November 18, 2012
The public is invited to the art showcase Gems, featuring local artists’ interpretations of special people and places and presented by the Northside Artists Group.

Opening Reception Friday, September 28th, from 5-7 P.M:
Warner Park Community Recreational Center (Google map)
1625 Northport Drive
Madison, WI

For more information contact David at 442-6958.

Nov
14

NSAG’s “Warner’s Wonders” moves to Lakeview Library

Northside Artist Group Presents “Warner’s Wonders”

This show runs from November 18 to December 30, 2011 and features 26 works by 18 artists showcasing the beauty, diversity and vibrancy of Madison’s Warner Park, and those who sponsor, participate in, and enjoy its events and amenities.

Lakeview Library
2845 N. Sherman Ave.,
Madison, WI 53704

Oct
29

NSAG Reception to Benefit The River Food Pantry

On Sunday the 4th of December 2011, from noon to 2, there will be a public reception for the “Northside Artist Showcase” at the recently reopened Coffee Gallerie (map) in Sherman Plaza.

The exhibit will be on display all of December and January and includes a unique variety of artwork by over 20 members of the organization in the areas of photography, drawing, painting, fiber arts, and other media. Some of the artworks were inspired by places many miles away such as Ron Baeseman’s watercolor “Barras Nose, Cornwell.” Other creations, such as Mike Murray’s “Winter Fog”, that he photographed on a foggy winter day near Sauk City, has Wisconsin written all over it.

In continuing its tradition of connecting with the Northside community, NSAG is inviting those coming to the December 4 reception to bring a donation for The River Food Pantry – either non-perishable food or a monetary donation. The River is Dane County’s busiest food pantry providing free groceries, meals, and clothing to so many in need in our area. For information go to www.riverfoodpantry.org.

NSAG’s other current exhibit “Warner’s Wonders” is now installed at Lakeview Branch Library until the end of December. The exhibit was previously on display at the Warner Park Community Center this fall and has artwork expressing its many diverse aspects.

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