Our 2016 gift of $300 went to Woodland Dunes.
Ken Marsden - Honorable Mention
Dan Rizzi - First Place
Amy Eliason - Third Place
Our 2015 gift went to the Natural Heritage Conservation Program in support of our State Natural Areas.
Russell Schwindt - Best of Show
Cynthia Tumpach - Second Place
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the opening reception of our members' exhibit, The Art of Preservation, at the Rahr-West Museum in Manitowoc, WI on Friday, October 6, 2017. The work was beautifully displayed, and our hosts at the Rahr were wonderful as always.
Congratulations to our winners!!
Best of Show -- Russell Schwindt
First Place -- Dan Rizzi
Second Place -- Cynthia Tumpach
Third Place -- Amy Eliason
Honorable Mentions -- Judy Parins, Phyllis Brillowski, Ken Marsden
It is with great excitement that the leadership and members of Water’s Edge
Artists would like to inform you that the Wisconsin Nature Conservancy has been
selected for our 2014 Partnership Award! Annually, Water’s Edge Artists seeks
to find a preservation minded organization with a vision that is similar to ours.
This year, Water’s Edge Artists has chosen the Wisconsin Nature Conservancy
for this honor!
We are “Painters for Preservation!” Water’s Edge Artists is an alliance
of plein air artists dedicated to artistically recording historic, endangered or
threatened places. Water’s Edge Artists meet monthly to creatively capture both
celebrated and humble environmental or historically significant treasures. The
group engages with one another and the public, both as individuals and as a
whole, through collaboration with and financial support of local environmental
and historic preservation stewardship organizations. Through these joint efforts,
WEA endeavors to stimulate awareness of the need to protect and celebrate
unique, precious and essential natural resources and historic places.