Ceramic Sculptures at East Library

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The artist beside her work. (All photos by Susan Pack.)

Come to East Library to enjoy seventeen clever and colorful ceramic sculptures on display by Milwaukee artist Darlene Wesenberg Rzezotarski. Rzezotarski 's pieces are characterized not only by her strong sense of the absurd and the humorous, but are drawn from literature and folklore, both traditional and contemporary.

"The Princess and the Pea"

Rzezotarski 's work has been displayed at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Cudahy Gallery, Uihlein Peters Gallery, and the Chicago Center for Ceramic Art. She is the proud new one-ninth owner (along with eight other Milwaukee artists) of The Fine Art Gallery.

"Street Accordionist, Krakow"

All nine artists are presenting an exhibition entitled "Awakening" during Gallery Night and Day on April 16th and 17th. More information about the exhibition is available by calling 414-688-2787. For more information about Darlene Wesenberg Rzezotarski and her work, click here.


"Pan Twardowski, The Polish Man In The Moon"

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