Sally Duback's stunning landscapes are both real and imagined.

Some are black and white prints seemingly drawn with charcoal or ink.

Others are developed from multiple plates, over-printed several times on an etching press and pushed even further using modern digital technology.

All are one of a kind and captivating in their artistry.

Wisconsin artist Duback's rich career as sculptor, painter and print-maker is marked by craftsmanship and experimentation.

She takes us beyond reality into worlds of juxtaposition and ambiguity with exquisite manipulation of light and shade.

Over the last twenty five years, Duback has exhibited widely throughout the Midwest and has work placed in over 400 private collections.

Opening Friday March 30 5-7 PM