Also on display at Anderson is “Tinsel and Garland” by the Area Artist Group and, for the first time, the resident artists at Kemper Center’s Lakefront Studios will host an exhibit in the Lakefront Studios gallery space.

The studios are located on the third and fourth floors of Kemper Center above the Simmons Auditorium, in what were once dorm rooms for the students at Kemper Hall.

Museum’s print show

Also on Kenosha’s downtown lakefront, the Kenosha Public Museum is hosting an art exhibit.

“Masters of Their Era — Prints from the Ronald L. and Mary K. Ruble Collection” runs through Oct. 30.

Artwork in the show includes prints from Ruble, a Wisconsin artist who first fell in love with art while visiting Kenosha museum as a child (in its former downtown location, now the Dinosaur Discovery Museum).

Ruble’s prints have been included in more than 90 national and international juried art exhibitions, and his work can be seen in numerous museums.

The show on the museum’s second floor features “a lot of pieces from our collection, including a Picasso print, that haven’t be on display for a long time,” said Dan Joyce, executive director of the Kenosha Museum Campus, which includes the Kenosha Public Museum, Civil War Museum and the Dinosaur Discovery Museum.