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Arts notes: Secura Fine Arts Exhibition, new Wild Apple exhibit on the way

1:48 PM, Jul. 26, 2013  |  Comments
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Secura Fine Arts Exhibition starts Wednesday

The 33rd Annual Secura Fine Arts Exhibition opens Wednesday and runs through Aug. 4 at the Trout Museum of Art on College Avenue in downtown Appleton.

Historically the event has been held at Secura Insurance.

"Moving the exhibition to the Trout Museum of Art in downtown Appleton offers numerous advantages including the ability to utilize the museum's galleries to display the works and extending the hours of the exhibition," said Pamela Williams-Lime, the museum's executive director.

Admission to the exhibit is free.

The exhibit's featured artist is encaustic painter Jessie Fritsch of Stevens Point. Fritsch won best-in-show in 2012.

More than 70 works, including Fritsch's, will be on display.

For more information, call 920-733-4089 or visit www.troutmuseum.org.

Wild Apple to open new exhibit

"Waterways" by artist Kathryn Wedge is the new exhibit opening Monday at Wild Apple Glass Studio & Gallery in Menasha.

A reception runs from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. The exhibit is on view through Sept. 7 at the gallery, 210 Main St.

The event also includes music and refreshments.

For more information, call 920-886-6636 or visit www.wildapplegallery.com. The artist's website is www.kathrynwedge.com.

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