Adria Willenson is a freelance graphic designer and visual artist with 15 years of experience. Her fine art and textile designs incorporate nature using rich, vibrant colors. She uses a variety of techniques through her textile and silk scarf designs such as serti, batik and shibori-style resist methods.
Her artwork has been displayed at the Cedarburg Cultural Center, Schauer Arts Center, The Sarah Chudnow Community Center and many other galleries and boutiques. Some examples of her custom artwork include family trees, ketubahs, murals for home, office and non-profit organizations.
Visit her website to view her fine art portfolio, purchase a work of art/silk scarf or contact her via email/phone to discuss a custom order.
With over 25 years of experience, Kat creates well-designed, cost-effective printed marketing pieces including corporate identity/logos, ads, newsletters, brochures, direct mail, publications. Her focus is on the Jewish community and non-profit organizations. Working closely with her clients they develop visually pleasing pieces that convey the information to their audience. Kat’s clients always get the quick turnaround and the personal attention they deserve. Call or write to set up an appointment.
Kerri Yudkovitch, aka the Snowflake Lady, designs and creates stained glass art. Her work includes snowflakes, hamsas, Stars of David, lamps, sun catchers and ornaments. With many unique designs, innovative use of color, and meticulous solder lines, each piece of her work is one-of-a-kind and sure to dazzle. Kerri has been working with stained glass for more than 10 years, and participated in many juried art shows. Check out her work on the Web, or call for a custom design.
A freelance graphic & fine artist, instructor and consultant who teaches and advises those with diverse backgrounds, skill levels and ages, in the areas of the fine arts, applied arts and Judaica, in both secular and Judaica subject matter.
Known for her graphic and commercial art production Laeh is available for freelance art works or “art to order” projects in most media: computer, pencil, pen, chalk, metal tooling, acrylic or watercolor, to list a few.
The Midwest Jewish Artists’ Lab addresses the need to broaden the impact of the arts in Jewish life, helping foster meaning, community, identity, and spirituality. The lab provides the participating artists with the opportunity to challenge their intellect and their creativity and provides a community of creativity, support, and enrichment. Each year the artists explore a different theme and present an exhibition of their work. The lab is offered in two Wisconsin locations – the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center in Milwaukee and the University of Wisconsin Hillel in Madison.
Director: Jody Hirsh, JHirsh@JCCMilwaukee.org