Join us October 1st and 2nd 2016!!

This year we have added Bob Kloes as a new Location:  And Cover Girl Didem Mert will be at Simon Levin's pottery.

    

Bob Kloes

 

Didem Mert

 

High quality artists in an personal setting

River falls artist: Steve Rolf, featured on the cover of the June 2015 Issue of Ceramics Monthly.

We are gearing up for our 6th tour.

 It's getting exciting!

October 1 and 2, 2016 - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

 

 

We are out to impress you!  Shawano Country is a lovely place to visit.  Shawano's beauty serves to inspire artists of all ages.
Come visit the studios of some of these working artists. Most of these studios are open only for this event,
providing a unique opportunity to meet the artists and purchase their work.

Shawano Country "Miles of Art” is a fall celebration of the arts and nature throughout Shawano and Menominee Counties (Shawano Country). 
The event will include self-guided tours of area artists’ studios and galleries, Walls of Wittenberg murals, Shawano Country Barn Quilts, Gresham Community Quilts, live music, and dancing, combined with colorful fall drives.

Click for a Printable Miles of Art Tour Map.

Miles of Art brochures with location maps will be available at each studio site, area businesses and
the Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center, 1263 S. Main Street, Shawano.

Visit the Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce Website

 

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Simon Levin

Judy Andrews Pubanz

Anthony Gauthier

Pete Oberhauser

Dave Aschenbrener

      Everything I create is made in America. My lumber comes from Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, along with some from Indiana and Iowa. It is sourced from responsible loggers and mills. All my hardware and finishes come from the USA. I use water base dyes, paints, and finishes for most of my work.
      The lumber I use is all figured. What that means is it has curl, stripes, bubbles, eyes, and colors that are not found on 99.7% of the wood used for furniture. I source all my lumber myself. I am proud to know good loggers and mill owners who care about the forests. A large part of my business now is providing this lumber to folks all across America. I select this special figured wood and then ship it to my clients. I can proudly say I have made furniture that is in 48 of 50 states.
      As a furniture maker I look at wood differently than a cabinet shop or large furniture company. I look for the heavier figure, unusual color, and lumber that is from 1 tree. When making a piece, I want the lumber to be from one tree, so the color and figure are all consistent. It is the little things that set my work apart from mass produced furniture places. I consider myself fortunate to do a job that I love. I am very blessed.

Kloes Custom Furniture and Bob Kloes are happy to welcome you to my studio on October 1st  and 2nd., 2016

In addition to Bob's work you will see work by

LaMont Kraft

Joan Jarvi

Mark Motquin

Join us at:   N7193 Ballard Rd.  Seymour, WI. , 54165

 

www.bobkloes.com

The College of Menominee Nation ♦ N172 State Hwy 47/55, Keshena
Click here for more details on CMN artists and events during Miles of Art... 

 
The College of Menominee Nation invites you to make its beautiful Keshena campus a destination on your Miles of Art Journey. Meet talented American Indian artists
and other area artists they exhibit their work and demonstrate their craft.

    



Native American food available both days

   
Indian Tacos   ♦  Fry Bread  ♦  Corn Soup  ♦  Wild Rice Casserole
 



Guest Artists:

 

      

Virginia Crow Jewelry



             

Anthony Gauthier - Painting, Carving




 

 

                       

Reynold Katchenago, Jr.Contemporary Native American Woodland Art



                 

Terri O'Connor - Painting 
My main specialty and love is pencil sketching although I have worked other mediums including oils, pastels, crayons and, charcoal. My subjects range from facial portraits to full body portraits. I also do Animal portraits for all those animal lovers like myself. I especially have a fondness for birds of prey and wolves. I feel you need to capture your subjects by their eyes and expressions. Once you achieve that your picture comes alive. I mainly draw from photographs, that way I feel I can bring out the true personality of my subjects.


      

 


Photo By Curt Knoke

Dave Aschenbrener