5th ANJE

November 4 – December 31, 2021

~ FREE ADMISSION ~

This year’s Annual National Juried Exhibition was judged by

Peter Trippi, Editor in Chief of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine.

BEST of SHOW

Tanja Gant, Color Pencil Drawing, “Moon Shine”

Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine Award of Excellence

Tony Armendariz, Watercolor, “Modern Man”

Second Place

Nicole Finger, Oil on Canvas, “Freedom”

9 Honorable Mentions

Chelsie Murfee, Graphite and Ink, “Are you listening?”

Dana Mano-Flank, Mixed Media, “Faded Blue”

Ivan Pazlamatchev, Oil on Linen, “Comfort”

 

JuliAnne Jonker, Charcoal, “In My Life” 

Barbara Hack, Oil on Canvas, “IN Part Together”

Ann Moeller Steverson, Oil on Copper, “Shelter”

Leonarda Boughton, Oil on Paper, “The Third Coast”

 

Mary Porterfield, DuraLar, “Pushing Back the Sea”

Robert Jinkins, Acrylic on Panel, “ScareCrow in the Garden”


Our Mission & Vision

The Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art is a place where people from Northern Wisconsin can experience the work and ideas of artists – both living and deceased – to understand the historical, social and cultural context of the art  of our time. WMOCA integrates exhibitions, performances, collections, and educational programs to excite, challenge, and enlighten our visitors.

Our vision will inspire generations of north central Wisconsin residents and visitors from throughout the nation to understand and appreciate the art of our time. We are located in the historic Wausau Club at 309 McClellan Street in the very heart of Wausau’s vibrant downtown, featuring works by nationally & internationally established artists. Our goal is to unleash our region’s creative energy and to engage a broad and diverse audience in conversation about how art connects us, allowing us to grow and thrive as a community.

This website is sponsored by

Incredible Bank &

The Horvat Family Foundation

Contact

For more information, questions or to give corporate support, please contact David Hummer at david@wmoca.org

715.298.4470

WMOCA

309 McClellan St

Wausau, WI 54403

Free and open to the public
Tue-Sat: Noon – 5