Kristine Martineau Gellerman

Kristine Martineau Gellerman is a contemporary realist painter.  Her work is informed by her observations of nature and the world around her.  She studied art and design in the Twin Cities and pursued a growing interest in classical realism while studying drawing at Atelier Lack in Minneapolis.  She continues to study painting and has recently […]

Judi Ekholm

Wanderlust is the word which best describes Judi Ekholm’s new series of paintings for 2019. Included in this exhibit are oils inspired by a recent trip to Spain, a group of small abstracts inspired by coastal areas of Door County, and a series of wild meadows from across America.  Ekholm’s paintings can best be described […]

Barry Roal Carlsen

I was recently invited to visit Norway. It was my first visit to the country I claim as my heritage. I have used it over my life to shape my identity. Being adopted has always left me with a lot of questions about how the self is formed. My adopted parents and family have shaped […]

Ginnie Cappaert

Though Ginnie’s art is based on landscape as a subject, she is primarily interested in color, texture and abstracted forms. It is the landscape imagery and its deep space that she explores in her work by building up thin layers of oil paints then scraping and dissolving areas to create a final peaceful, subtle mix […]

Diane Campion

I am delighted and proud to be a part of the Edgewood Orchard Gallery’s family of artists.  As a lifelong learner through observation and daily painting, my world is full of inspiration. The simple things in life– the subtle beauty of a flower’s petals, vegetables I’ve grown in my garden arranged in a beautiful bowl, […]

Kay Brathol-Hostvet

“Nature is always hinting at us. It hints over and over again. And suddenly we take the hint.” -Robert Frost “For most of my career, my primary focus has been the Wisconsin landscape. My works are a synthesis of the American landscape tradition and self- expression. The artists George Inness, Martin Johnson Heade, and Wolf […]

Greg Bracken

Largely self-taught, Greg Bracken loves to draw anything and everything although his particular talent lies in capturing the likeness and spirit of animals. Born in 1958 in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, Greg spent his childhood in Walworth County. As a young man, Arizona, San Francisco, and Boulder became home for the next three decades. Today he lives […]

Craig Blietz

My imagery is not about anywhere in particular, it is about everywhere in general as it relates to rural agriculture throughout the broader American landscape. Whether viewing from a distance or working in the industry, the agrarian landscape forms the basis of our collective sense of Americana. My work stirs our associations with agrarian place […]

Sally Berner

I grew up in a small Wisconsin town on Lake Michigan and have been an active oil painter for over 25 years. I create realistic oil paintings that are inspired by my love for nature and all the creatures that share our planet. I love exploring the back roads of Door County in search of […]