Open Wed.-Sat. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
A refreshing art gallery experience! Nonprofit collective featuring original work by 80+ Midwest artists. Enjoy Second Saturday receptions, classes, public Clay Studio, and art-centered gatherings. Family friendly. Free Wi-Fi is available at this location.
Be it Painting, Drawing, Stained Glass, Book Binding or Pottery we have Art Classes for the serious and the curious! Contact Lemon Street Gallery for more details!
Clay Studio: Open to the public Tuesday evenings 6-9pm, Wednesday - Saturday 11-6pm and Sundays 11-5pm (see the listed website for current hours). The Clay Studio is an open studio for those 16+ who possess basic clay-working skills. Except for Tuesdays and Sundays, The Clay Studio will be self-serve. Clay is pre-measured in 1 pound and 2 pound packs, which cost $3 a pound (glazes and firing included.) Just pay the person on duty in the gallery. Studio rules are posted, so everyone knows what is expected. Just come in the main door and sign in, so we know who's here. We have tools to borrow, or bring your own. We have 3 wheels, a slab-roller, wedging table and work tables for hand-building. Basic glazes for earthenware are available for you to use. The clay studio in downstairs, to which there is no elevator. Under 16 must bring their adult. Sunday is Family Day - Children under 16 may work alongside their parent or guardian on Sundays only. Each adult may bring one or two children.
ART al a Carte: Gather four to six of your friends for a private 3-hour class. Choose from stained glass, soap making, soaps for dogs, bath salts, soap felting, flirty flip-flops, clay pinch pots, or mosaic mirror. The cost is just $100 for up to 6 people plus a small materials fee. Classes are scheduled at your group's convenience. Email email@example.com or call (262) 605-4745 to make arrangements.
Lemon Street Gallery's - ArtCorp Program: ArtCorp places rotating exhibits of our members' original art in workplace environments, energizing employees, vendors and clients during the workday. Thought provoking conversations develop around the art, and it gives people time during their workday to refocus and think creatively. Find New Lemon Street ART Exhibits Every Three Months at the Following Venues:
All artwork is changed quarterly, and may be available for purchase.
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Lemon Street’s October monthly exhibit features the works of photographer Patricia Krueger, painter Paul Weber, and ceramics artist Julie Schilf.
Lemon Street’s November monthly exhibit features the works of acrylic painter Melanie Hovey, encaustic painter Rebecca Stahr, and ceramics artist Karin Berg.