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Art exhibit catches the light of the Sugar River
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Artwork by more than 20 artists using a variety of media will be on display at MAC today through March 24 including "Kingfisher, Lifting Fog," an oil painting on board by Jonathan Wilde (above) and "Around the Bend," a watercolor on canvas by David Williams (below). (Photos supplied)
MONROE - Monroe Art Center announces another exhibit to be on display from today through March 24. The exhibit "Seasons of the Sugar River - Catching the Light: Cultural Edges and Transitional Spaces" showcases the scenic landscapes of the Sugar River Watershed from the headwaters region in western Dane County to the lower basin where the river converges with the Pecatonica River in northern Illinois. The artwork by more than 20 artists using a variety of media will be on display, with an opening reception scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 3 in MAC's Frehner Gallery, 1315 11th St. A brief gallery talk begins at 5:30 p.m.