Spackle Madison

Filling the art-shaped hole in your heart

Hair! at Edgewood College Gallery

  Artists have the unique opportunity to take a common material and do something uncommon with it. The result is often surprising, sometimes unsettling, and almost always fascinating. Several pieces in the show “Wreaths of […]

Feb, 20 · in shows

Archeology of Memories, Mapping of Psychological Journeys and Kite Flying with Teresa Getty

Jeremy Wineberg talks to artist Teresa Getty about her creative process and new installation Pink Flight Suit on view at Thomas Masters Gallery in Chicago IL through January 5th. For more information about her show, you can find […]

Dec, 31 · in interview,road trip,shows

Favorites for 2014

A lot of great artwork happened in Madison in 2014!  We asked several art-minded folks for their favorites.  Here are their picks, in no particular order:   “Studio Relay” by Brenda Baker, Bird Ross, Derrick […]

Dec, 11

Filling a Void on State Street

Many cities have been working to fill the void of temporarily vacant storefronts and Madison is no exception.  Earlier this fall, Jack’s Shoes moved out of 341 State Street.  The storefont sits very close to the […]

Nov, 24

Studio Visit with Ted Lott

Ted Lott’s current show, Temporary Resident, is at the Artisan Gallery until December 31, 2014.   Spackle Madison: What is your background as an artist? Ted Lott: I have been very lucky to be part of a family […]

Nov, 19

Art Car Derby Takes Off With Flying Colors!

It’s been just over a year since the Madison Central Library re-opened its doors downtown.  The new Central Library includes “The Bubbler,” which hosts pop-up workshops and other events to engage a wide range of the […]

Nov, 15

“Shaping of a Lake” and the History, Evolution and Modern State of Melanie Kehoss

Jeremy Wineberg interviews Melanie Kehoss via email on her Little Gallery Installation “Shaping of a Lake”, on view until the end of October at Little Monroe Gallery, located in front of 1901 Monroe Street.  More […]

Oct, 23