November 03, 2017

‘True Lies’ exhibition examines today’s issues' By Kat Kneevers

The exhibit includes art that is sharp, pointed and bold, with works that are calls to action, moments for meditation and reflections on issues still seeking catharsis.

May 18, 2017

Redline exhibition shows the power of art - By Kat Kneevers - Wisconsin Gazette

Gregg Deal’s exhibition 'Existence as Protest' is a powerful example of how an artist’s voice can be resoundingly heard through the strength of visual images.

March 19, 2017


As a creative free-spirit who is loathe to be categorized for her artistic talent, Anja Notanja Sieger is best known for her poetry, storytelling, and performance therapy.

March 19, 2017

The Transformative Power of Art By Alyssa Skiba, Peninsula Pulse.

Through painting, sculpture, collage, fiber, mixed media and printmaking, Brown hopes to provide viewers a means of understanding the issues minorities face today.

February 08, 2017

RedLine’s ‘Writing in Stone’ Honors Heroes of Wisconsin History - by Kat Minerath. Shepherd Express

The RedLine Milwaukee gallery is inhabited by a small forest of tall monuments—like stone sentinels reminding us of the wisdom of the past through their inscriptions. Their forms and shapes are somber and even funeral, but their spirit is not dead. The artist, Terese Agnew, working with Diane Dahl and in partnership with the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, have created “Writing in Stone.” It is an exhibition that creates space to contemplatively absorb the meaning and purpose of these monuments and the individuals who inspired them.

January 31, 2017

Julie VonDerVellen's Paper Meditations at Alfons Gallery By Kat Minerath. Shepherd Express

Most homes have innumerable papers lying around: Scribbled notes, newspapers and receipts that document the commerce of daily life. The pages of books are hidden away, tucked behind their covers. All of these papers carry documentation and ideas, and artist Julie VonDerVellen takes this plentiful material to make sculptural art that embodies time and attentiveness.

January 27, 2017

Agnew's art embraces Wisconsin's monumental ideas - By Sarah Hauer , Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Agnew poured years of research into "Writing in Stone," an installation of 17 monuments to leaders from Wisconsin's past that fills a 3,000-square foot space at RedLine Gallery, 1422 N. 4th St. The installation is on view through March 25, then will travel the state during the next two years.

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