Wendy has been part of DLCAC since the beginning, in 1985. She has been making art with us for 23 years. She remembers Donna Lexa fondly, and talks of her often.
Wendy enjoys making a wide vareity of artwork, and is always willing to try something new. She loves to share what she is working on with other students and in turn likes seeing what others have made.
Outreach Student wins prize in State Art Contest
DLCAC Outreach student Steve Feerik an art class participant from Transitional Living Service in Milwaukee receives and honorable mention from VSA Arts of Wisconsin for one of his unique paintings.
His style would be considered outsider art or folk art, Steve is very imaginative,
he creates complex sceens of people in particular enviroments. Recently he has completed a sceen of New York City, and is working on a painting with a pirate ship, mermaid, sharks and more. His favoriate media is acrylic paint, but he sometimes tries other materials just for the fun of it.
Steve's artwork along with other DLCAC's students artwork can be seen at the
VSA Arts Call for Art Exhibit, at the Common Wealth Gallery in the Madison Enterprise Center, Feb. 13-20, with an opening reception on Friday, Feb. 13, 5-8 p.m. The VSA Call for Art Exhibit is free and open to the public.
Go to Gallery Page to View DLCAC Student Art Work
Tuesday night class
Intern Julie Netzel working with student Jackie Senn.
Student Sari Lubotzky working on a silk scarf.
Teacher Andy Swanson with students, Mary Oldam, Patty Payant and Nancy Shore.
Volunteers Yvette and Ellen with students, Bob Fischer, Dan Campbell, Tim Roche and Mark Burmeister.
Student Richard Lehman showing a small 3D rose.
Student Karen Infalt working with volunteer Becky Prusko.