Winners Announced 2021 WCAL Courthouse Show

It’s inspiring! Art by amateur Waukesha County artists is on exhibit Sept 27 thru Nov 2 Mon-Fri 8am -4pm. The Waukesha County Courthouse/Admin Center art gallery is in the lower level connecting hallway. Enter main Courthouse doors 515 W Moreland Blvd., Waukesha.
It is best to see the show in-person but here is some of the art. Not all pieces nor all artists are represented below. The show is also posted on the WCAL Facebook page. To access Facebook from this website; click on the Facebook tab in purple navigation menu at top.

The 2021 Courthouse Show is on display with 22 artists participating and a varied display of 41 works in the gallery area. The works ranged from pastels, to acrylics, watercolors, oils and mixed media. See the photos of the show below and our Facebook page.
Juror Beth Stoddard has reviewed the body of work and picked the winning pieces. 

Beth provided comments on the body of work in general and her views on the winning artwork.
Here are the winners for the show
Best of Show : Nancy Peterson ‘Sunny Peony;
Second Place: Jan Wood ‘ Sanctuary/Snowy Egrets’
Third Place: Charles Mead ‘Little Fox’
Honorable Mentions: Margaret Schumann ‘Rushing Water’, Janet Knapp ‘Joy of Flowers’ and Renee Couture ‘ Golden Paradise’

A separate email has been sent to participants with teardown dates, art pickup etc.
Congratulations to all the winners and all the participants. It has truly been an honor to work with all of you and have the show in-person this year.
A big thank you to all our members who helped with hanging the work and getting it all setup in a record half hour. I couldn’t have done it without you.
Best Regards, Meena Vijay (WCAL Courthouse Show Chair)

Artist pickup: Tuesday November 2 from 4-6pm

The purpose of this show is to showcase Waukesha County artists.
It is co-sponsored by Waukesha County and the Waukesha Creative Arts League.
The contest is open to any Waukesha County amateur artist, 18 years and older as of the entry date which was 9/25/21. The County will purchase one piece of art which will then be on permanent display in the Courthouse or Administration Center.