The Museum of Wisconsin Art unveiled its newest acquisitions of 24 artworks from 18 Wisconsin artists, a gift from MillerCoors, at a special reception August 3 in West Bend, Wisconsin. Evelyn Patricia Terry’s pastel, “Watermelon Sliced,” is one of the featured artworks in the exhibition, “A Case of Wisconsin’s Finest: New Art Acquisitions from the MillerCoors Collection.” The exhibition continues through December 30, 2010. Terry is shown with the MWA Assistant Director Graeme Reid (left) and MillerCoors Vice President of Corporate Affairs Mike Jones (right). Invited to speak during the program, Terry thanked the MWA for the direction that they are embarking on and for their commitment to Wisconsin artists. She also noted that Miller Brewing Company was one of the first of about 80 corporate and public institutions to purchase her artwork in the early 1980s. (Photo courtesy of the Museum of Wisconsin Art)
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