VSA Wisconsin Gallery
VSA Wisconsin hosts rotating exhibitions of art for sale in our gallery at 1709 Aberg Avenue, Suite 1, in Madison. Gallery hours Monday - Thursday, 9am - 4pm or by appointment.
Veterans Branch Out
Art lovers will be delighted to find a captivating exhibit of original art created in a collaborative program between VSA Wisconsin and the Madison Veterans Center. Since early 2016, up to a dozen military veterans have been meeting weekly at the VSA Art Center to explore the creative arts in an effort to battle the physical and emotional scars resulting from service to our country.
The exhibition highlights some amazing artists and features 40 works in a variety of media, including paintings, drawings, prints, and mixed media.
Gallery Gift Shop
VSA Wisconsin features the work of artists with disabilities in our Gallery Gift Shop.
Occasional Cards $9.00
These notecards feature images of mosaic murals created during VSA Wisconsin artist residences at Glendale Elementary School, the Jenni and Kyle Preserve and Central Wisconsin Center, all located in Madison, WI.
Boonducks - $89
Revived and reshaped by the folk art woodcarving of VSA Wisconsin-award winning artist D.S. Sully, “Boonducks” decoys whimsically take flight as Wingdings (Canvasback), Ol’ Coots (Mudhen) and Quacker Jacks (Mallard). Each decoy is hand-carved out of barn timbers, fence posts, pier pilings and other weathered wood using antique rasps, rifflers, chisels, saws, and other hand tools.
T-shirts featuring "Building Giving Birth to Another Building" by VSA Wisconsin-award winning artist Joe Arts
$17 short sleeved; $22 long sleeved
All phone/mail orders: shipping and handling fees will be applied.
The work of Wisconsin artists with disabilities is for sale at the VSA Wisconsin Gallery and art center, 1709 Aberg Ave, Suite 1, Madison, the annual Art Fair on the Square each July in Madison and the Call for Art Exhibition (April 17 - May 6, 2017)
Businesses and individuals who wish to create large quantities of custom products such as holiday cards, mugs, or t-shirts using artwork produced by artists with disabilities should call 608-241-2131 or email Program Director for more information.