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It's all in the face

CVA offers portrait exhibit

11:18 AM, Apr. 24, 2013  |  Comments
Lynn Block, left, of Marathon City and Mabel Tousignant of Wausau look over the exhibit, 'Absence & Presence-Contemporary Portraiture,' on April 18 at the Center for Visual Arts in downtown Wausau. The exhibit is on display at the gallery through May 11.
Lynn Block, left, of Marathon City and Mabel Tousignant of Wausau look over the exhibit, 'Absence & Presence-Contemporary Portraiture,' on April 18 at the Center for Visual Arts in downtown Wausau. The exhibit is on display at the gallery through May 11.
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The main gallery at the Center for Visual Arts is now featuring artists who have mastered the portrait, in pastel, chalk, watercolor, oil and photography. "Contemporary Portraiture" is a collection of realistical images that capture both the appearance and the inner essence of their studies. Featured artists from northeastern Wisconsin are Betsy Popp, Gail Potocki, Lori Beringer, Molly Johnson, Amy Lloyd, Craig Blietz, Sandra Murzyn, Katie Musolff, Bren Sibilsky, Pamela Clausen, Mara Pionek, Susanne Rose, and Mark Zelten. The exhibit "Absence and Presence - Contemporary Portraiture" is now view through May 11 in the main gallery at 427 N. Fourth St.

The CVA is also getting set to host a fundraiser, The Second Annual CVA Soiree called "Ooh la la! Springtime in Paris!" The event on May 10 at the Jefferson Street Inn will showcase art, raffles and French cuisine with proceeds benefiting The Center for the Visual Arts.

All photos by Dan Young/Daily Herald Media

 

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