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Gallery Open Tuesday - Saturday 

10 AM - 5 PM

Village Court
890 Elm Grove Road
Elm Grove, WI
Phone: 262-780-1191
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Gary K. Schubert's Gallery

To appreciate, understand, and be an artist, one does not have to be born with a drawing pencil in one hand and a paint brush in the other. After taking art courses, eagerly applying the methods and concepts taught, Gary graduated from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee in 1964 with a double major, a B. S. in Art Education and Physical Education. Two years later he was accepted in the graduate program at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts. The Art Department awarded him a full, two year Teaching Assistant Scholarship. Gary chose to major in the fine art of Ceramics and graduated with a Masters in Fine Art degree (equivalent of a PhD in fine art) in 1969.

Gary was hired by Paterson State College in Wayne, New Jersey as a fifth level Assistant Professor and began teaching in the fall of 1969. From the start of his graduate work until he retired in 2002, Gary's ceramic, watercolor, and drawing work has appeared in more than 90 art shows and exhibits. He has had seven one-person shows and a one-person show of watercolors at Harvard University.

His numerous juried shows are highlighted by the Annual New England Exhibition at New Canaan, Connecticut, where his ceramic and watercolor work won a number of awards, and prizes. Also, the Watercolor USA show at Springfield, Missouri brought Gary many sales to private collections. These shows and exhibitions have allowed Gary's work to be seen in the following states: Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Missouri, Virginia, Arizona, and Florida.

Two of Gary's watercolors toured in China as part of an Arts Exchange Program in 2002. In 1994, the Taiwan Art Association invited Gary and his wife, Judy, to demonstrate the potter's wheel and watercolor techniques, as a Distinguished Guest Lecturer to Taichung, Taiwan.

In New Jersey, Gary's Art work was carried by many galleries and his work is collected throughout the world.

Today, Gary and Judy live in New Berlin, Wisconsin and Gary is a resident artist in the River's End Gallery.