Results tagged with 'adam werther'
Published April 16, 2011
Milwaukee has a long list of ink shops on all sides of town. Some have changed hands or come and gone over the years, but a core group has been in business for many years. Although some believed tattoos would become a fad of the '90s, for the most part, they've remained fashionable with a variety of different social groups, from hipsters to bikers to sorority gals.
Published March 24, 2009
After more than a decade of owning the tattoo shop Adambomb, Adam Werther is accustomed to drawing for clients. Now that the economy slowed down business a little bit, Werther is able to focus on fine art and drawing for himself.
Published Feb. 5, 2008
In preparation for the ink needle, some people might decide to have a drink -- or four – to gain liquid courage, but most tattoo artists don’t recommend it.
Published Jan. 6, 2006
Artist Kurt Halsey Frederiksen was born in Racine, attended MIAD, lived in Milwaukee for two years and showed his work in local galleries, but his opinion of the city -- and the art world at large -- is bleak at best. Jaded? Bitter? Brilliant and dead on? You decide.
Published April 14, 2005
For years, Gallery Night and Day artists have wowed Milwaukee's art-enthused masses with drawings, jewelry and photographs. They've painted for the public; they've sculpted. But never have they carved cheese.