Tony Conrad Reception at the Frank Juarez Gallery

Tony Conrad

‘Doodles’ Exhibition

September 13 – October 18, 2014


Yesterday we had our reception for gallery artist, Tony Conrad. This is his second solo show at the gallery. We had such a great turnout. It was nice to see familiar faces as well as meet new people. If you missed his reception, there is still time to see it. Also, when you stop by feel free to participate in our interactive room dedicated to doodling.
Here are photos from last night.

To see more reception photos, install shots and his work click here.

Frank Juarez Gallery announces high school gallery intern, Karly

Photo by Leslie Faye

Photo by Leslie Faye

The Frank Juarez Gallery is happy to announce its newest member to the gallery, Karly K.

Karly is a senior at Sheboygan North High School. She is currently taking AP Studio Art. She will be working alongside Frank Juarez learning on what makes a gallery successful. She is looking forward to meeting artists from the area, expanding her knowledge of art, and learning about the curatorial process. You’ll see plenty of her this semester at the gallery as well as throughout the community as she assists with various projects and programs. 

Karly will be organizing her very own art exhibition highlighting local high school art students’ work from the Sheboygan area in December. 

We look forward to working her this semester.

Welcome Karly!!!

Here is some of her work.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.


Studio Visit with Sara Willadsen

IMG_1440Today I took a drive out West to visit the studio of Sara Willadsen. I was first introduced to her work via social media and came to realize that we have some mutual friends. Small world, huh? 

Sara writes, “I make pictures that satisfy my curiosity in aesthetics and found materials. Combining these articles with reappropriations of my own work allows me to employ past patterns and marks as prompts for new structures and environments. The aggressive process used to construct these secretive spaces is kept in balance with the consciousness to know when to stop”.

Here are some shots of her work at her studio.

I’m sure we will be seeing more of Sara as she begins to relocate back to Wisconsin.