Art in the Park

       The 34th Annual 

2014

Art in the Park logo

 

Saturday, August 9, 2014  10:00am-5:00pm

&

Sunday, August 10, 2014  10:00am-4:00pm

Flat Iron Park, Lake Geneva, WI

Admission is Free!

Library park photo

 

 

Deadline for Artist Applications is closed.

 

The 2014 AITP Judge

Amy Arnston

Professor Emeritus of Art, University of Wisconsin (Whitewater)

 

Free Parking Available for vendors (see Prospectus) and AITP Visitors!

 

AITP map of Lake Geneva

 

 

 

             Shuttle Available For AITP Visitors!

 

NEW MAP

 

 

 

 

Silent Auction Booth

SILENT AUCTION TENT:

Don't miss the opportunity to bid on artwork donated by our exhibiting artists at the Silent Auction Booth. Bidding will end on Saturday at 3:00pm and on Sunday at 2:00pm. At the close of the auction each day, winners will be notified by cell phone and will be asked to pick up their item within 2 1/2 hrs of the auction closing.

 

JUST 4 KIDS AREA:

Our kids activity area is located in the Park Gazebo. 

Visit with the kids and enjoy creating a fun "take home" art project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo©2011 Russ Hannula

 

 
NOTE: Change of Location!
Free parking and shuttle service Saturday and Sunday, August 9 & 10, 8am to 8pm., from northeast corner of Home Depot parking lot, 550 North Edwards Blvd, to/from US Bank, 303 Center Street.  Shuttle runs continuously every 20 minutes.
Forget the parking hassle and take the shuttle service - you'll be glad you did!  

GLAA Members Click Here for the Members Tent Information and Registration Form

2014 Art in the Park Exhibitors

(Alphabetical Order and Category)

2014 Art in the Park (Revised July 10,2014)

 

Booth Numbers                                               Media  

 4    Abbott, Lynn/Diane                     MM      

40  Adams, Chuck/Widhalm, Tom      M

63  Bankier, Phyllis                             PH      

60  Becia, Jim                                     PH      

49  Becker, David                                WC                 

68  Boelk, Kamryn                              F         

21  Brankey, Bonnielynn                    O/A  

48  Brebrick, Adrienne                        C/P     

30  Brenner, Peter                              J          

10  Callog, Cyndy                               WC                 

26  Capriola, Debra                             MM

56  Chevrier, Lyn                                 J                      

25  Cholke, Bob                                   MM                            

72  Corell, Loren                                  O/A                

71  Corell, Sharon                                J                      

65  Diebel, Lynne/Kalscheur, Jann      PH 

50  Ellickson, Darla                             J          

29  Fang, Wilfred                                MM                

12  Fell-Dell Balso, Andrea                  PH                    

31  Fergison-DiMarlo, Suzanna/Mark   J

52  Fleege, Drake                                PH     

54  Forcier, Doreen                             F

69  Franzen, Joan                               WC                 

20  Franz-Miklavicic, Alicia                 F 

77  Fulwiler, R.C.                               PH      

64  Gasper, Jeff/Debi                        W       

58  Gaura, David                                M                    

27  Gelasi, Angela                              O/A                         

66  Gill, Karen                                    J                      

70  Grobert, Ron                                PH

9    Heintzelman, Pat                         WC                 

43  Holt, Matthew                              O/A    

44  Holt, Sandra                                 F

35  Howe, Mary                                  C/P

81  Hunt, Terry                                   W

6    Johnson, Ron/ Donna                     J          

8    Nedobeck, Tom                              G 

57  Nowak, Amelia                             O/A    

18  Pekoc, Mitch/Sue                         W       

61  Peterson-Qualley, Kate                 J  

32  Prorok, Paul                                 PH      

73  Reithmeier, Barry                         GR                  

11  Riegling, Debra                            W                   

5    Robertson, Liz/Rich                      C/P     

13  Robran, Kristin                             C/P     

34  Rose, Mariette                              F         

15  Schmidt, Scot                               MM                

28  Schnabl, Babs                               MM                

59  Schramm, Carmel/Michael            J

82  Sepich, April                                 MM  

47  Sievers, Al                                    G                                

75  Soskich, Anthony                          O/A

36  Taylor, Kae                                    F

      Thomas, Don                                Music (no booth number)      

79  Titus, Arthur                                  J                      

55  Warren-Hauser, Joanne                WC 

80  Watson-Newlin, Karen                  O/A

46  Wennersten, Jay                           GR      

39  Whitfield, Jim                               O/A                

38  Wigman, Gary                               WC

33  Wilcox, Tom                                  GR                              

16  Wooden, Teresa                            C/P     

23  Zajicek, Carmen/Anderson, Mark  MM 

45  Ziegler, Gary/Carol                       J

78  Ziegler, Wendell                           W

 

Media Key

C/P – Clay / Pottery

F – Fiber

G – Glass

GR – Graphics

J – Jewelry

M – Metal

MM – Mixed Media

PH – Photography

O/A – Oils / Acrylics

S – Sculpture

W – Wood

WC - Watercolor

Musical Performer - Don Thomas - Will be playing his acoustical guitar and selling CDs

Music Schedule for Art in the Park 2014

Saturday, August 9, 2014

11:00 am – 12:00 noon: Su Ash Gustafson – “The Flute Lady”
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: Lake Geneva Symphony Strings and Brass
2:30 pm – 4:30 pm: Matthew Hollingsworth


Sunday, August 10, 2014

11:00 am – 12:00 noon: Pam Kundert, Director Eine Klein Strings
12:30pm – 2:00 pm: John Paleo
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm: Tom Stanford

 

We are thrilled to have the Lake Geneva Symphony String and Brass Ensembles agree to play for the first time at Art in the Park. We are also, pleased to announce the return of Pam Kundert and the Eine Klein Strings, Su Ash Gustafson, the Flute Lady, and two highly talented vocalists, John Paleo and Tom Stanford, and a new addition this year, Matthew Hollingsworth.
The performances will take place under the GLAA blue tent as in the past. Contact Jeanne Dyer at jedyer1@yahoo.com for any questions concerning this year's program.     

2014 ART IN THE PARK Committee

AITP Director, Esther Rice

 

Exhibitors & Judging Chairmen     

Donnette Behar

Jill Acker

 

Food Chairman

Carol Ziegler 

 

Set Up Chairman

Russ Hannula

 

Volunteer Coordinator

Marilyn Ahler

 

Silent Auction Chairmen

Bonnie Siegel

Astrid Enskat

 

 

Just 4 Kids Chairman  

Nikki Marsicano

 

Music Chairman

Jeanne Dyer

 

Parade of Homes Chairman     

Sharon Larson

 

Parking Co-Chairmen 

Carol & Martin Smith

 

Website Chairmen

M’Lou McEneely

​Jeanne Dyer

 

Permit Chairman

Nikki Marsicano

 

Publicity Chairman

Karen Gulbransen

 

Member’s Tent Chairman  

Sharon Larson

  

Mailing List Chairman

Carol Smith

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT THE GENEVA LAKE ART ASSOCIATION:

Founded in 1947 GLAA is an organization formed for the purpose of encouraging individual artistic growth and excellence. Geneva Lake Art Association fosters a community appreciation of the fine arts through the arrangement of shows, monthly programs, lectures, demonstrations and workshops.

 

GLAA is a volunteer organization under the direction of an elected board of directors. They support and encourage all forms of art and cultural activities. Funding comes from membership dues, gallery fees, sponsors, fund-raisers and the proceeds from our annual Art in the Park, an outdoor, juried fine art show.

 

The Geneva Lake Art Association Gallery features member artists in several theme shows each year. Eligible members may display work in our member gallery shows, and after a six-month wait, in our member’s tent at our annual Art in the Park juried art show.

 

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GLAA fosters a community awareness and appreciation of the fine arts through the arrangement of shows, monthly programs, lectures, demonstrations and workshops. Membership is open to anyone interested in the arts. GLAA sponsors the annual fine art show, Art In The Park, and sponsors four member artist theme shows each year as well as an annual student show. The gallery, located in the North Shore Pavilion at 647 Main Street in Lake Geneva (directly across Main Street from the Post Office), Wisconsin, features a member gallery and weekly classes. Monthly meetings are held where artists can interact, learn new techniques, and make connections.  For additional information, please visit our website at www.genevalakeart.org or leave a message at 262-249-7988.

 

Located in the North Shore Pavilion at 647 W. Main Street in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, GLAA features an art gallery of member’s work and an art school. The gallery is open to the public:

Saturdays 10:00am-4:00pm

Sundays, 1:00pm-4:00pm

Summer hours (June 1 through August 31) include Fridays, 1:00pm-4:00pm

Find Us

GET DIRECTIONS

The gallery is located in the North Shore Pavilion at 647 Main Street (Route 50) in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. There is a convenient visitor’s parking lot behind the North Shore Pavilion. Hours: Saturday, 10am - 4pm; Sundays, 1pm - 4 pm; Fridays (during summer only), 1pm - 4 pm.

street view of Gallery

 

Workshops

Saturday May 17th 10am - 12noon

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