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Wisconsin art pops at new West Bend museum

5:02 PM, Apr. 13, 2013
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What single destination stands for all that is good, beautiful and unique in Wisconsin? Madison's Capitol Square on a summer Saturday? The State Fair in West Allis during early August? Green Bay's Lambeau Field in autumn?

Add the newly opened Museum of Wisconsin Art to your short list. The sense of place is strong and all-inclusive inside this downtown West Bend attraction, which began as a 1961 gallery to display paintings by Milwaukee native Carl von Marr (1858-1936). Since then, the archives has grown to around 2,000 pieces of art and 8,000 other resources about Wisconsin art and artists.

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