Painting Meets Sculpture in Peninsula School of Art

Kevin Cole, “Crossing Jordan I”, 2021, mixed media on tar paper, 19 x 22 x 2 inches.

The Peninsula School of Art is hosting a free exhibition 2.5 D: Breaking the Surface from June 4 to July 17 to highlight the work of 10 regionally and nationally recognized artists exploring the intersection between painting and sculpture.

Mary Ellen Sisulak of Ellison Bay stretched leather over a manipulated wooden panel to form the surface of her large-format painting “Rebirth”. Atlanta-based painter and mixed media artist Kevin Cole created painted, layered and looped pieces of cut tar paper for Crossing Jordan I. Brooklyn-based artist Anne Muntges combines 2D and 3D worlds with graphite and pen drawings on wooden panels, cardboard and paper.

The exhibit is open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 3900 Cty F in Fish Creek. The school’s campus is under construction so follow the signs to enter the gallery. Learn more about this exhibition and other programs on PeninsulaSchoolofArt.org.

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