The Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery inside the Goodman Community Center displays work by emerging and contemporary artists with a tie to Madison. The gallery seeks to invigorate the community’s artistic spirit by providing a high visibility space for artists to present their work to the public, making it easy for our community to enjoy and purchase original local art. The gallery hall is the way to to our largest and most-used community rooms, so hundreds to thousands of people walk by the artwork every month of the year.
The Ballweg Gallery displays work by contemporary artists with a tie to Madison, often to Madison's east side. Artwork is selected for display by a small team including our Volunteer Gallery Curator and some staff.
We're currently looking for artists for 2018.
Current Gallery Exhibit
Creatures, Places and Memories
Art by Pamela Andros
My imagery comes from real life experiences, animals, places, tales and memories. I’m inspired by the many mediums which let me create a variety of scenes, from landscapes to flowing shapes. Using and combining acrylic, oil, cold wax, encaustic, printmaking and collage – each evoke a different aspect of the subject.
Originally arriving for graduate school, Madison has been my home for 25 years. I’ve always managed to keep art making in my life. Before, during, and after earning a bachelors and masters degree for “more practical” pursuits, I did my best to continue studio art education and to develop my own art practice. This effort allowed me to learn from many different artists and educators, resulting in my way of constantly working in different media and approaches to painting. Seeing the result of this practice displayed in one place is very rewarding.
To learn more, visit pamelaandros.com.