Small patches of snow remain along northern Wisconsin trails, but wildflowers are beginning to bloom! I also saw trillium leaves; these plants should be flowering soon.
I’m happy to contribute this photograph to the Rural Reporter (newsletter of the Wisconsin Office of Rural Health). The Wisconsin Office of Rural Health works to improve the quality of, and access to, rural health care.
ART OF WATER III:
An exhibition celebrating our most vital resource
James May Gallery + James May North in Algoma WI
Water is the most crucial resource for life. James May Gallery is showing all mediums of work – from over 150 regional, national, and international artists – in an exhibition focusing on water. The work focuses on serious topics such as water conservation and protection, but it also celebrates the simple beauty of water. There is something about water that attracts and fascinates us. We hope that by celebrating the beauty and necessity of water in all our lives, we can better protect it.
Art of Water III
James May Gallery, Algoma WI
May 3 – May 31, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday May 3, from 530-830pm
Thursday – Saturday: 10-5
This exhibition is free and open to the public.
2018 Hal Prize:
Peninsula Pulse’s 20th annual literary and photography issue
The Hal Prize is presented by the Peninsula Pulse, an independent, locally-owned newspaper covering news, arts, and entertainment in Door County WI, in collaboration with Write On, Door County, a non-profit organization promoting writing and reading to year-round and seasonal residents of the county.
Held in the spirit of the late Hal Grutzmacher, a professor and Door County bookstore owner, The Hal Prize offers commentary and encouragement to promising writers and photographers.