Madison artists happy to be back for Art Fair on the Square | Arts and theater

Local artist TL Luke displays some of her work on a tablet at her home in Madison. She will exhibit her illustrations at this weekend’s art fair in the square.


“We are working really hard to make the event safe and enjoyable,” Dupaty said. “There’s no better way to build your collection than to see artwork in person and have that one-on-one conversation with the artists. “

Among the more than 400 artists exhibiting, there will be a number from the Madison area, including three who work in very different mediums in very different styles. The only thing they have in common: they’re happy to be back and in person.

“Threatening but whimsical”

Artist TL Luke is a familiar face on Madison’s art circuit: she sells her work at Madison Night Market, Dane County Farmers’ Market, and Madison Makers Market. Her illustrations were part of the Madison BCycle Art Bikes and We Are Seeds Scavenger Hunt project, and she illustrated a new children’s book due out next month at Lerner Publishing.

Madison Artist TL Luke

Madison illustrator TL Luke said she had come full circle as she secured a coveted spot to exhibit her work at this weekend’s art fair in the plaza. She attended the art fair as a child and contributed to the event when she worked at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.


In 2019, she exhibited at Art Fair on the Square as an “emerging artist”.

This weekend, she will be back in the Square at booth # 127. It feels like “coming full circle,” said Luke, who previously worked at MMOCA as Exhibitions Manager, a position she created, before embarking on a full-time career as an exhibitor. artist.

Close-up on the work of TL Luke

Some of Luke’s works will be on display at Art Fair on the Square.


“I love Art Fair on the Square. I used to go to Art Fair on the Square when I was a kid, ”she said. Being accepted on this year’s show makes her say to herself younger, “We did it! We did it ! She said.

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