2018 - 2019
Wisconsin Regional Art Program (WRAP)
Anyone 14 years or older is invited to submit art for this exhibit, which is sponsored by the Wisconsin Regional Artists Association (WRAA) and Wisconsin Regional Art Program (WRAP) of the University of Wisconsin. This show is for artists who are not full-time professionals. It is especially designed for those people who are “emerging” artists, or who might not even call themselves artists. The exhibit culminates in a day-long workshop including a lecture or demonstration and an educational critique. Meritorious work selected from the numerous WRAP exhibits around the state will be displayed at the annual state WRAP exhibit.
Wisconsin Regional Art Program (WRAP) Workshop
Nate Wilson is a guy who lives in the woods of Northern Wisconsin and likes to paint and draw stuff. He also works at Nicolet College as the Fine Art Instructor teaching classes like drawing, painting, and watercolor. Nate studied at Laguna College of Art and Design in California where he earned a Master’s degree in Painting. Specializing in representational and figurative work, he paints and draws lots of people, but his art includes a lot of trees, animals, and other stuff too. In recent years, his pictures have included a lot of people wearing space suits, perhaps he is obsessing about the future.
The workshop will be from 10 – noon and then there is an educational critique from 1:30 - 3 pm.