Experience Art from the Driftless Area in Dubuque

Running now through Nov. 25 at the University of Dubuque’s Bisignano Art Gallery, the Driftless Art exhibit features works by three Iowa artists. This work, “Bellevue Sunrise,” is by painter Jenna Lueck.

The Driftless Area in northeast Iowa is revered for its natural beauty, with wooded bluffs and winding rivers, including the Mighty Mississippi. Get a new perspective on the area through the lens of three area artists at the Bisignano Art Gallery at the University of Dubuque’s Heritage Center in Dubuque.

As part of the exhibit, Gail Chavenelle of Dubuque features her three-dimensional metal sculptures. Jenna Lueck of Balltown showcases her paintings of the region, and Henry Matthiessen III of Dubuque shows scenic photography.

The gallery is open Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m., and entrance is free. It features 10 original, in-house curated exhibitions a year, some of which feature student works.


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