Donations

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2015
Alumni Center Donation
I was so impressed with the amazing new UW-O Alumni Welcome and Conference Center that I decided to donate some painting to my Alma Mater. I donated 4 paintings that will always be on display at the Welcome Center. I also contacted other alumni graduates from the Art Department to donate as well. The Alumni Welcome Center is off to a great start with original artwork! Christine Gantner, in the photo, was very helpful making this happen and overseeing the installation.
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ACT International 2015
This is my 3rd donation to Artists Changing Tomorrow in Texas. A very worthy cause to keep the “Arts” in the community. ACT donation
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ACT International 2012
Artists Changing Tomorrow is a non-profit group that supports art education in schools and communities.
This was my second donation to this great group in Texas. Nearly $40,000 was raised to support art programs.
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Oshkosh Public Library Donation.

Joye donated a painting to the Oshkosh Public Library on August 5th, 2009. The title of the painting is, “Indian Summer.”
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Bernard Peterson Award Donation
I donated a painting to my alma mater of Oshkosh High School on May, 2004. I had won the Bernard Peterson Award which stipulated I donate a painting to a public facility. Instead of donating a painting the value of the award, I decided to give a larger donation on my behalf as well. The painting is titled, “Autumn Colors” and the size is 30″x40″. I’m honored to have one of my paintings at Oshkosh West High School.
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ACT 2010 Donation
Artists Changing Tomorrow is a non-profit group that supports art programs through schools and community projects.

The theme for this years donation was “From the Heart”
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“Pride of Oshkosh” Project


I teamed up with fellow artist and good friend, Joannie Mosling, to design and create TWO lions for the “Pride of Oshkosh” Project. We began our brainstorming sessions in January concluding with both of our designs being sponsored by Community First Credit Union. We worked on both lions until the very beginning of summer when they were put into place at the entrance of the Credit Union at HWY 21 and Westhaven Dr. “Jigs” and “Jorge” remained there until the auctions began in September.[Jigs is titled, “Walking on the Wild Side” and “Jorge” is titled, “Fur, Fin and Feather”]

I’m proud to report that our two lions raised the most money for the project. A whopping $31,000 went to the fund raising project. The most fun was working with Joannie, through long underwear and heaters in her garage to shorts and sunglasses. Countless hours of work really paid off! Jig’s is permanently located at the Discovery Gallery at the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh and Jorge is located in the media center at Carl Treager School, also in Oshkosh.

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