Midwest Living Review
It's hard to decide which is more beautiful, the artwork at this Fish Creek gallery or the gallery itself. Set on an 80-acre orchard, the main gallery occupies a fruit barn built in 1918. The barn and surrounding grounds have been beautifully restored and now feature an outdoor courtyard, leaded-glass windows, a portico and a sculpture garden along a wooded path.
In a region offering plenty of art, this 40-year-old, third-generation gallery is a mainstay. The first-floor main gallery hosts different exhibitions each month, with featured artists visiting for the openings. An open space upstairs displays a range of media—ceramics, wood, glass, painting, sculpture and drawings by 150 artists from around the country. Leave time to linger in the sculpture garden, which has doubled in size since 2011. Here, you’ll find bronze bells, modern and classic statues, ceramic fish and quirky pieces. Boxes of beach stones scattered among the sculptures encourage visitors to take a seat along the wall and stack rocks to create a masterpieces.
Prices range from $15 for a pair of earrings to $75,000 for a bronze horse on the patio. The gallery has lots of repeat customers and takes online orders from as far away as Hawaii.