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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Milwaukee Art Museum
When Colin and Meghan Donnelly of Oshkosh bought a plasma cutter for Colin to use for work, they never expected it would open up the doors to the fine art world. They simply enjoyed seeing what 10,000 watts of electricity could do to steel.
The Milwaukee Art Museum is showcasing nearly 600 pieces of folk art in a new exhibition.
Art dealers know Anthony Petullo so well he can run through an art show and put red dots on his favorite pieces to quickly claim them.
The Milwaukee Art Museum is taking a new look at Frank Lloyd Wright on the 100th anniversary of his Taliesin home in Spring Green, with an exhibit showing the organic side of the prolific architect that features scale models, furniture and photos as well as video footage and more than 30 drawings that have never before been publicly displayed.