SEPTEMBER membership meeting
Welcome back members! At tonight’s meeting, you’ll be introduced to wood artist Ike Wynter Weins, who turned his passion into a profession during the pandemic. Ike creates wall art out of reclaimed wood. His unique...
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OCTOBER membership meeting
We ask you to travel to the Library for this meeting to tour of Warrior Ink, a military tattoo exhibit created by the Library. Jackie Rammer coordinated the interviews and photoshoots and will lead us...
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The Art Guild of Menomonee Falls meets the 4th Tuesday of every month, September through May, at the Art Lounge.

Meeting Agenda:

6:00 – 6:30 pm | Social Time

6:30 – 7:00 pm | Business Meeting & Artistic Exchange

7:00 – 8:30 pm | Artistic Development Workshop

Visit the Events section of our site to check when our next meeting is scheduled.

In search of new horizons
We were thrilled to host accomplished Chromascape artist Beki Borman at our May 23, 2023 meeting. Beki is a Milwaukee native and studied Painting at...
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Absolutely gourd-geous
Gourd artist Kate Shoemaker gave a wonderful talk on her uncommon art form for our April 25, 2023 meeting that had us all considering taking...
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Getting the hang of it
Guild members packed the Art Lounge’s upstairs studio to listen to Bob Unke’s tips and tricks for “Framing on a Budget" at our March 28,...
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This workshop was a hoot!
Birds are the subject for our Fundraising Canvases this year and we set aside our February 2023 meeting to get some done! Each year we...
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A real page-turner!
We are so grateful that Jason Krukowski accepted our speaker invitation after admiring his work at the Third Ward Art Festival last summer. So many...
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Confessions of a glass addict
Laura Dawson dazzled us with her glasswork at our November 22, 2022 meeting. Laura started her journey with glass making simple sun catchers. From there,...
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