Norbert Kox, ’90 (Art) Northeast Wisconsin’s creator of what he called “apocalyptic visual parables,” has died at age 73. He suffered a heart attack on Dec. 29 while attending a church service in Bimini, said his brother, Frank Kox of Gillett, according to a story in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Kox passed away just six months after fulfilling a dream of opening a museum of his art, regarded as “visionary” by experts and aficionados around the world. Read the full story.
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9 Jan, 2020