David Rowe’sarchitectonic lumber constructions are installed in the lower level of the Fine Arts Gallery while Eileen Mueller Neill’s delicate assemblages are on view on the gallery’s upper deck. Rowe’s large sculptures suggest ships, drilling rigs, and massive satellite cities described in science fiction. Mueller Neill’s small, brightly colored constructions are more domestic in theme with diminutive figures set in tiny familiar worlds. Working in very different ways, both of these artists invite us into worlds of fantasy.
In the UW-Parkside Fine Arts Gallery Artists’ Talks: Eileen Mueller Neill and David Rowe, April 28, 2-3 pm, Fine Arts Gallery. Gallery Hours (metered parking during the day, free parking after 6:00pm and on weekends) Friday, Saturday, 12-4:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, 12-6:00 pm Thursday, 12-8:00 pm Information: (262) email@example.com Contact the director for gallery tours of this show for classes or groups: firstname.lastname@example.org