BLOG

Art Post Archive

Art History 101: Brown County Edition

Art History 101: Brown County Edition

Did you know that Brown County is one of America’s original art colonies? Did you know it’s also home to one of the oldest art galleries in the country? That’s right, around here art is more than just something to admire, it’s a way of life…and it always has been! Dubbed the “Art Colony of […]

more >

Need Spring Break Plans? Brown County’s the Spot!

Need Spring Break Plans? Brown County’s the Spot!

It’s official, it’s spring! Instead of hitting the beach or spending hours stuck in the car, spend your Spring Break in Brown County this year! That’s right, no matter what direction you’re coming from, we’re only a short drive away. Plus, with endless outdoor adventure opportunities and a one-of-a-kind downtown Village, a visit to Brown […]

more >

Brown County Art Gallery Expands: Double the Square Footage, Double the Fun

Brown County Art Gallery Expands: Double the Square Footage, Double the Fun

It doesn’t seem like having too much art would ever be a bad thing, especially if you’re an art gallery in Brown County. After all, the area is considered the “Art Colony of the Midwest.” With historic roots as one of America’s original art colonies and a continued commitment to preserving its artistic heritage, art […]

more >

Simply 4 You: New Store in Town Honors Brown County’s Handmade Heritage

Simply 4 You: New Store in Town Honors Brown County’s Handmade Heritage

For many years, Brown County has been known for its rich history and artistic roots stretching back to its origin as an art colony in the early 1900s. It’s one of the things that makes Brown County so special and it’s something that continues to this day! Brown County’s art heritage can be seen all […]

more >

Stepping into the Artist’s World on the Back Roads of Brown County

Stepping into the Artist’s World on the Back Roads of Brown County

How often do you get a chance to see the inside of an artist’s studio? After all, that’s where the magic is made. We are all so used to seeing an end product and admiring it’s completed design that we often overlook the beauty in how it’s created. When I heard about the concept of […]

more >