Twenty art collectors in the area have loaned art from their private collections to the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay for its “Show and Tell” exhibit. Museum Director Bonnie Hartmann says each of the collectors contributed three to five pieces.
Collector Alice Keys of Sturgeon Bay began collecting art about 25 years ago, and has three pieces hanging in the exhibit. Her husband James was a painter. One of the pieces Keys loaned to the museum is the last painting he did.
Alice Keys with "New Beginnings" by her husband, James. It is one of three pieces Keys contributed to the Miller Art Museum's "Show and Tell" exhibit.
Two programs will contribute to the “tell” portion of the exhibit. On February 14 and March 14 a few of the collectors will discuss their collections.
The “Show and Tell” exhibit runs through April 16 and is free to the public. For more information, visit www.millerartmuseum.org.