Gallery Q in Stevens Point will host “Inside Out,” a show featuring Robert Rosen’s photographs of the Rising Star Mill in Nelsonville, Wisconsin. The show opens on September 2nd and runs through October 29th.
Visitors will be treated to an expansive exhibition, covering some 70 feet of the gallery’s wall space. Rosen announced that “There will be up to 28 large images, each 37 inches on the long side. Some images focus on the architecture, some on the mechanical components, some are what I call industrial still life, and some are just abstracts. Jim Walker, mill historian, has provided descriptions of several images that I will include alongside them.” Rising Star Mill was built by Jerome Nelson in 1868 and run as a flouring mill until 1984.
Other original art by Gallery Q members and commission artists will be displayed during Rosen’s show. All art is available for purchase.