Gallery 211

Gallery 211

Oil painting by Theresa Abel Funeral I, 11 x 14

Funeral I
by Theresa Abel
Oil, silver point, and silver leaf on panel 11 x 14

Inner Realities: Opens September 5 - October 13
Reception: Thursday, September 21, 4 - 6 p.m.

Reality usually implies a reflection of the world we all observe, a world where natural laws guide us toward a common perception.

The artists in this show have turned their observations inward to create works that offer a different kind of reality. These conjured inner realities display surprising imagery, where the familiar and unfamiliar magically comingle. 

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  • Upcoming Shows

    Selected works by Chris and Debra Pappan 
    October 23 - December 15
    Reception Thursday, November 9 

    Selected Works by Karen Laudon 
    January 22 - March 30
    Opening Reception Thursday, February 1, 4 - 6 p.m.

    College Transfer Art Student Showcase: Featuring a selection of the finest works created by Madison College’s College Transfer Art students during the 2017 - 2018 academic year.
    Monday, April 16 – Friday May 4
    Reception Thursday, April 19, noon - 2 p.m.

  • Past Shows


    African Art | Traditional and Modern | January - February

    College Transfer Art Student Salon | March - May

    College Transfer Art Ceramic Student Showcase | May 15 - August 2, 2017


    Victor Castro | January – February

    A Year in Review: College Transfer Art Student Showcase | March - May
    Show Highlights

    Jane Fasse | Selected Works | June – July

    David Giffey’s Painted Remembrances of Vietnam | August – September
    Show Highlights


    Nature Abstracted | October - December

    Wisconsin en Plein Air | September - October 

    A Year in Review:  College Transfer Art Showcase | April - May 

    Dystopia Now | February - March 


    Gallery 211 Début: Faculty Exhibition | November -January 

    Private Collections:  Art We Live With | September - October

Gallery 211 was established in 2014 as a space to showcase fine art from the community as well as College Transfer Art students and faculty. Located conveniently in the Madison College Downtown Campus, vistors may peruse the current show, or come in and study surrounded by beautiful works of art.