9/30/17 – The current exhibit at the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge focuses on fiber quilts. One of the artists on display, Barbara Lardon, will have a special reception Saturday (9/30) from 3pm to 5pm. Lardon started out as a graphic designer before getting into quilting. Gallery curator Dave Edwards says there was a wall in the visitor’s center auditorium that was not being used. The Horicon National Wildlife Refuge purchased equipment and lighting to turn it into a gallery so they could invite local artists to feature their work. Edwards says they have seen plenty of different art styles over the three years since the gallery began including photography, water colors, and oil-based paints. The Fiber Art Exhibit runs until November 27 at the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge located at N4279 Headquarters Road.
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