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AT HOME WITH BOB AND MARY KRAUSKI
Article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - December 1, 2013
The Krauskis and their home and studio, along with Charlie the Dog, were featured in the Home Section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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GLASS SUBJECTS COME FROM A LOVE OF PLANTS
Mary Krauski has secretly cared for the plants in her favorite park in the Town of Lisbon. An avid gardener, her love of plants comes out in her glass work as well as in her volunteer work at the park.
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UW MADISON DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY
This project consists of 1 large carving and 12 small ones., each depicting a different naturalistic scene. The subject matter was chosen by Professors Ray Guries and Scott Craven. Working on these panels has given us the opportunity to learn more abut some of our favorite subjects and add to our knowledge base. It was especially enlightening to work on the passenger pigeon panel and to learn their history. The finished work was installed in December 2010.
View the finished piece.
DOWN SYNDROME SOCIETY OF MADISON
We were among several artists selected by the society to create a piece of art which was exhibited on April 29 at their fund raiser, held at the Harper Fritsch Photographic Studio in Madison. This piece was a collaborative effort which involved young model, Kelsey, her photographer, Bill Fritsch, the Krauskis, Diane Barton and the Iconics Corporation of Minneapolis. The resulting piece of art (link) will be exhibited in the gonernor’s office at the capitol building in Madison during the month of October which is National Down Syndrome Awareness month. View this piece.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, MILWAUKEE
In January of 2010, we completed our service project for the Milwaukee branch of Habitat. We made a stained glass window for each home built in the year 2009, a total of 31. We truly enjoyed working without his wonderful group.Their mission was an inspiration to us.
View an article about this in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.