A new Phantom Art Gallery will open Friday, Oct. 5 in downtown Waupaca and run through January.
The gallery – in the former Lighthouse building at the corner of Main and Fulton streets – will feature the photography of Linda Alfuth, the ceramics and acrylics of Mary Gordon, the photography of Adam Biba, the watercolors of Cheryl Mocaldo, the photography of Tim Koll and the fabric art of Erin Frandrup.
The Phantom Art Gallery opened in May of 2011 and has had changing exhibits every four to five months since. There has been a sale of art from each exhibit.
“Moving art around town” is the gallery’s tag line. That is because when the building is either sold or rented, the gallery will move to a different vacant building.
Art enthsiasts may view the art from the sidewalk. Those who want to purchase an item from the exhibit may do so through Embellishments or Framing by Preston, both in downtown Waupaca.
The Phantom Art Committee will host a reception for the artists on Thursday, Oct. 4.