Capturing the local color





Artists from Wisconsin and elsewhere have been making the area their subject for the past week as part of the Plymouth Arts Center’s seventh annual “Paint the Towns, En Plein Air” event. In addition to finding inspiration in the city of Plymouth’s scenery and historic buildings (cover, right above and below), the artists spent time at the Civil War Weekend at the Wade House in Greenbush (above) and at Elkhart Lake’s Road America capturing the local color on canvas. An opening reception for the final results of the event will be held Friday at the Plymouth Arts Center. See the story on page 6 for more information. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Artists from Wisconsin and elsewhere have been making the area their subject for the past week as part of the Plymouth Arts Center’s seventh annual “Paint the Towns, En Plein Air” event. In addition to finding inspiration in the city of Plymouth’s scenery and historic buildings (cover, right above and below), the artists spent time at the Civil War Weekend at the Wade House in Greenbush (above) and at Elkhart Lake’s Road America capturing the local color on canvas. An opening reception for the final results of the event will be held Friday at the Plymouth Arts Center. See the story on page 6 for more information. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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