Inspired by La Crosse

2023 Winners Pictured above: Dee Dee Draz Barreras - “Diamonds of the Driftless“, Gerylin Brasic - “Peaceful Evening on the River”, and Kevin Millard - “Bridges in Fog”

 

 

 

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In celebration and recognition of La Crosse’s creative community, Pump House Regional Arts Center presents the Inspired by La Crosse Art Competition. The Inspired by La Crosse Art Competition creates a unique opportunity for La Crosse to publicly showcase our area’s talented artists, and enliven our public places with enriching and inspiring content. This project seeks to engage the various interests of our diverse community and prompt vital interactions and connections through art.

The Inspired by La Crosse Art Competition is coordinated in conjunction with Artspire La Crosse, the largest annual arts celebration in downtown La Crosse, produced by the Pump House Regional Arts Center and sponsored by City of La Crosse Arts Board.

There will be three pieces selected by our jury and will be unveiled during Artspire, on June 8th. Inspired by La Crosse winning artwork will then be displayed at La Crosse City Hall for one year. Inspired by La Crosse winners will not only have their work displayed in a highly visible, public area, but each winner will receive a $200 award, and a ribbon for their work.

The 2024 Artspire celebration is Saturday, June 8, 2024.

Inspired by La Crosse 2023 Winners

Inspired by La Crosse is an art competition put on by the Pump House Regional Arts Center to publicly showcase our areas artists and enliven our public spaces! Three winners will be announced and their pieces will be displayed in City Hall for one year. This project is sponsored by the City of La Crosse – Arts Board.

Kevin Millard

“Bridges in Fog”

Dee Dee Draz Barreras

“Diamonds of the Driftless

Gerylin Brasic

“Peaceful Evening on the River”

The 2022 Inspired by La Crosse winners were:

Susan Fox

“Hiding in Plain Sight”

Tom Balko

(Knotty Willow) – “Currents”

Jason Stuempges

(Jason Ray Photography) – “La Crosse”