Friends of LMA 

​THE FOLLOWING OUTSTANDING ORGANIZATIONS AND VENUES SUPPORT THE LEAGUE OF MILWAUKEE ARTISTS THROUGH EXHIBIT SPACE, AND THE PROMOTION OF VISUAL ARTISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS IN WISCONSIN.

The Cedarburg Art Museum was formed within the last year when its initial 49 paintings were donated to the people of Cedarburg by a trust fund left for the community by Ozaukee Bank. The Museum is located in a historic Victorian home on the main street in Cedarburg.   We opened our doors in June, 2013.  Our mission is to establish and then to maintain a permanent forum that will collect, exhibit and preserve the artwork of Cedarburg and its environs for the ages. We offer juried exhibitions and also have a Gift Shop that is dedicated to local artists.
 

The non-profit​ Cedarburg Cultural Center in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, is a unique blend of performing arts center, art gallery and education facility, museum and community gathering place. The Center houses four galleries with regularly changing art and historic exhibitions, and has enthusiastically invited the League of Milwaukee Artists to exhibit several times over the past few years. The Cedarburg Cultural Center is in the heart of historic Cedarburg at W62 N546 Washington Avenue, call 262-375-3676 for further information.
 

Greater Milwaukee is a collection of cultures, creativity and cool.​ MetroMilwaukee.org captures the essence of the area and helps you navigate the many roads that make Greater Milwaukee unique. You'll find everything you need right here.
 

Formerly the West Bend Art Museum, Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) is Wisconsin's only venue that exclusively promotes Wisconsin visual artists. It also boasts the largest collection of the artists Carl Von Marr with over 350 works of late 19th century art created from his early childhood days in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to the pinnacle of his career during the early 20th century in Germany. The Museum of Wisconsin Art was recently awarded the Wisconsin Visual Artists Lifetime Achievement Award for its extraordinary contributions to the creation, support, and growth of visual arts in and of Wisconsin. Located at 205 Veterans Avenue in West Bend, call 262-334-9638 for further information.
 

Plymouth Arts Foundation was founded in 1993. In 1994, the Foundation found a new home in the Plymouth Center, where it is located today. Currently the Foundation maintains an exhibition of eight shows per year. It is involved in performance events, the folk concert series and a local theatre group. The Plymouth Arts Foundation states their Mission is: "To Enliven the Spirit of Our Community and Enrich the lives of All, by providing Diverse Experiences in the Arts." The League of Milwaukee Artists is indeed enriched by Gallery 110 and the Plymouth Arts Foundation as we have been asked to exhibit at this remarkable gem and look forward to a return engagement. The Plymouth Arts center is located at Plymouth, Wisconsin, at 520 E. Mill Street, Plymouth, Wisconsin. Call 920-892-8409 for more information about the Center.
 

Milwaukee Artist Resource Network (MARN) is a nonprofit art-service organization dedicated to enriching the community by supporting individual literary, performing and visual artists. MARN empowers artists with access to educational and professional resources and creates a network for communication and collaboration. MARN sponsors arts-related events, including and involving other organizations and businesses, making the arts accessible to people of all economic and educational backgrounds.
 

The Pink Llama Gallery in downtown historic Cedarburg represents over 100 local, Wisconsin and nationally-known artists from across the country. Check their website for a schedule of exhibits from your favorite local artists or stop by at W62 N580 Washington Avenue, Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
 

Housed in the Grafton Historic Mill, two flights up from where they began, the Arts Mill boasts a place for artists to do their art. A cooperative environment, artists have an opportunity to secure a space among other artists. Open to the public, it fosters a cultural appreciation of the arts in our communities. Community members can visit the second floor and watch artists in work. Students from NSAA are able to pursue mentoring opportunities with these professional artists. The space is also home to the Arts Mill Boutique, where local artists sell their work to promote the arts and the organization. The third floor is a beautiful gallery, home to art shows and special events.
 

The David Barnett Gallery was established in 1966 by 19 year old David Barnett. Housed in the Old Button Mansion since 1985, the Gallery now boasts the largest and most diverse collection of any gallery in Wisconsin & features over three floors of work, more than 600 artists, and an astounding 6,000 pieces.  The David Barnett Gallery shows world renowned, established masters such as Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec, Chagall, Miro, Dali, Kandinsky and Pissarro, while promoting and exhibiting unknown and emerging Wisconsin artists.  The Gallery has earned a national reputation for its extensive collection of Picasso ceramics and Milton Avery oil paintings.