Local Art

The Richeson School of Art & Gallery is pleased to showcase the work of several Wisconsin artists. Visit the Richeson Gallery to view and purchase local art, support local artists and to join in on the thriving Fox Valley art community.

Bruce Bodden

Bruce Bodden

"With a Bachelor of Fine Arts from UW-Oshkosh in Drawing and Applied Design, I work in acrylics, oil pastels, marquetry, jewelry, furniture and other woodworking including picture frames for my own artwork.  I also work full-time doing antique restoration at The Harp Gallery."

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Nathan Brandner

Nathanial Brandner

"The light from above glistens down kissing the earth and her inhabitants. My paintings are about the beauty of the light and how it graces the subjects I paint. Inspired by the masters of old and  my vision is to create illuminating works that transcend any one person, time or place."

 

Jeffrey Hargreaves

Jeff Hargreaves

Jeff has won many regional and national awards including those from Oil Painters of America, the Richeson 75 Shows and many other fine arts exhibits. He founded the WAL Life Drawing Group in 2009, has been published and has been an instructor at the Academy of Fine Art.

 

Susan Klabak

Susan Klabak

Susan Klabak is a pastel landscape artist living in Wild Rose, Wisconsin. Her work hangs in national and international private and corporate collections.
"Working both plein air and from my studio overlooking a quiet lake I am inspired to paint my observations of the Created world around me."

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Lee Mothes

Lee Mothes

Lee Mothes grew up on the California coast and returns to the beaches he loves to take photos, watch the waves and sketch. Lee studied art in California and Oregon; later opening his Oceans and Dreams studio in Kaukauna, WI. He uses graphite, acrylic and watercolor to capture the magical energy of oceans waves.

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SteveNewcombe-SundownShore

Steve Newcombe

"After 40 years in design and corporate communications, I can fully explore the mysteries and surprises of the world around me. Painting is my media of choice...for now but the adventure continues."

 

Maxine Nobbe

Maxine Nobbe

"Any talent one possesses is a gift to be treasured, nourished and shared.  This is the journey I am currently on.  Any growth involves a measure of risk, pain and, if blessed, fulfillment. The journey is well worth taking.  My hope is to engage people in the results along the way."

 

Heather Oetzel

Heather Oetzel

"I am a printmaker based in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. I received my bachelor's degree in fine art from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. My work, for the last six years has mainly featured figures and anatomy both human and animal."

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Michael Reif - Maintenance 350 wide

Michael D. Reif

Michael was born and raised in Antigo Wisconsin. He paints mainly in oil and watercolor. His primary focus is painting and sketching local scenes from life as well as landscape scenes from the west coast. His interest is in many types of subject matter from impressionistic realism of florals, landscapes, portraits and figures.

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Michelle Richeson

Michelle Richeson

"My art is a visual expression of facets in my life, be it my surroundings, places I’ve traveled, or people I’ve met. I find myself searching for subjects that will challenge me and let me play with my style of fracturing and extending lines to create a sense of movement."

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Jon Wos

Jon Wos

Jon Wos, born in 1981 and diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, has exhibited various pieces of artwork throughout North America, including the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. and the Chicago Cultural Center. Living in his Oshkosh home today he works primarily as a painter and glass-artist.

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Steve Wysocki

Stephen Wysocki

"In studio or Plein Air I paint the effects of light in Oil. My subject are described as Americana: the celebration of the family farm and the land they work on."

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