Rafael Fransisco Salas publishes art reviews

Associate Professor of Art Rafael Francisco Salas had two reviews published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in July. The reviews address two different displays on the Wisconsin Museum of Art in West Bend, Wisconsin. One is Nathaniel Stern’s “Giverny of the Midwest,” a series of photographic scans printed on watercolor paper.

The second is “Wilde’s Wildes,” a collection of pieces by the late John Wilde who worked in a blend of realistic style and fantastic imagery.


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