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by Renée Graef | July 1 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project
Renée Graef has illustrated over 80 children's books, including the "Kirsten" books (American Girl), books in the "My First Little House" program (Laura Ingalls Wilder) and "B is for Badger; A Wisconsin Alphabet." She splits her time between Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Continued below.
by Roberto Torres-Mata | June 24 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project
Roberto is currently an emerging artist in printmaking based in Madison, Wisconsin who emphasizes the issues of migration with Mexico and Central America. His work speaks to the growing misrepresentation that the United States views migrants. As a first-generation Mexican American, he expresses his knowledge through printmaking acting on the social issues that deal with racial, political, and environmental problems. Continued below.
by Emily Maryniak | June 17 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project
Emily Maryniak is currently a graphic designer at Distillery Design and Marketing Studio. She majored in Fine Arts, then taught preschool for many years at Preschool of the Arts in Madison. She has recently made a career change to graphic design. Emily has also been a longtime member of Polka! Press, a local printmaking studio.
by Jolyn Sandford | June 10 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project
Jolyn Sandford is a Madison-based artist and software developer who seeks to celebrate the things she loves through illustration. With roots in the fine arts and computer science, she enjoys examining the intersection of art and tech....(Continued below.)
by Greg 'Biskakone' Johnson | June 3 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project
Greg 'Biskakone' Johnson is a member of the Lynx Clan and an enrolled member of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. His home on the Lac du Flambeau reservation, established by the Treaty of 1854, is also known as Waaswaaganing, “the place of the torch.” Greg lives his life according to the four seasons, as did his ancestors. He harvests deer, fish, maple sugar, berries, wild rice, and wild plants. He is passionate about keeping the traditional ways alive, and he takes every opportunity to teach these ways to others.... (Continued below.)
by Colin Matthes | May 27 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project
Colin Matthes (Milwaukee, WI) is an artist. He combines improvised utilitarian construction techniques with instructional drawing, spectacle, and civically minded projects that range from group knowledge archiving sessions to “eco” demolition derbies. He always shows the means of production - the process, the fingerprints, the screwups.