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  • Art on View: Wisconsin Flora through the Four Seasons

    “Wisconsin Flora through the Four Seasons,” pencil, ink, and watercolor drawings by David Kopitzke, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery in January… Read more

  • Art on View: A Simple View

    “A Simple View,” paintings by Lorraine Ortner-Blake, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery in November and December. Ortner-Blake’s paintings show Wisconsin land… Read more

  • Art on View: Threads of Life

    Rock Lake’s Blue Heron, by Wendy Butler Berns “Threads of Life,” fiber art from the Madison Contemporary Fiber Artists group, will be on view… Read more

  • Art on View: Peace. Love. Pollinators!

    “Peace. Love. Pollinators!,” photographs by Ann Thering, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery in July and August. Thering’s photos capture the magic… Read more

  • Nature as Muse: Volunteers Dig into Poetry Writing Workshop

    The Arboretum recently organized a series of writing workshops for Arboretum volunteers. The series, Mary Oliver and the Fine Art of Mindfulness in Nature, was… Read more

  • Art on View: Landscapes of Place

    “Landscapes of Place,” monotype prints by Nancy Aten, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery in May and June. Aten, an ecological restoration… Read more

  • Art on View: Tiny Wonders

    “Tiny Wonders,” an exhibit of vibrant scientific illustrations of insects by Alix Lukas and Jacki Whisenant, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery… Read more

  • Art on View: Beneath the Surface

    “Beneath the Surface,” an exhibit of photographs by Lisa Seidman, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery in November and December. Seidman’s exhibit… Read more

  • Art on View: Natural State

    “Natural State,” an exhibit of paintings by scientific illustrator Rebecca Jabs, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery in September and October. Jabs’… Read more

  • Art on View: Line Dance

    “Line Dance: Tree Ring Patterns,” an exhibit of art quilts by Barbara Schneider, will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. Schneider’s quilts are… Read more

  • Art on View: Forest Forager

    In May and June, mixed media constructions by Cheryl Holz will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. Holz’s work is inspired by time… Read more

  • The Essence of the Arboretum

    Along the walls of the orientation theater, in an alcove off the lobby of the University of Wisconsin Arboretum Visitor Center, hang seven murals illustrating… Read more

  • Art on View: All Eyes on Us

    In March and April, acrylic paintings by Auna Kaufmann-Schwartz will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. Kaufmann-Schwartz’s acrylic paintings are bright and colorful… Read more

  • Art on View: A Sense of Wonder Wisconsin

    In January and February, photographs by Jim Stewart will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. “A Sense of Wonder Wisconsin” features Jim Stewart’s photographs… Read more

  • Art on View: Seasonal Shifts

    In November and December, acrylic paintings by Karen Watson-Newlin will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. “Seasonal Shifts: Colors and Textures” features Watson-Newlin’s acrylic… Read more

  • Art on View: A Closer Look

    In September and October, photographs by Julie Raasch will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. Julie Raasch’s photography is driven by light. She… Read more

  • Art on View: Personali-Trees

    In July and August, tree portraits by Tim Mulcahy will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. Photographer Tim Mulcahy says of his arboreal… Read more

  • What's Sprung in the Gardens?

    Seemingly overnight, a number of creations have SPRUNG up among the blooming trees and shrubs in Longenecker Horticultural Gardens. SPRUNG, a site-specific outdoor sculpture exhibit by UW… Read more

  • Art on View: Fields, Forests, and Flowers

    In May and June, watercolors by members of the Madison Watercolor Society (MWS) will be on view in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery. Members of… Read more

  • Student Art Exhibit Explores Arboretum Prairies through Comics, Stories

    “Growing up, Liz Anna Kozik didn’t think of the restored prairies around her home in Naperville, Illinois, as a special habitat worth noticing — until… Read more