Norbert Kox ’90 (Art) has been painting full time since he started started studying at UW-Green Bay in 1985. He has opened an art museum of his own in Gillett, Wis. — Apocalypse House and NEW Museum of Visionary Art. Kox’s art is considered controversial; he describes his art as warnings against sin and idolatry. “I’ve always said it’s like a poison label on a bottle of iodine. It’s got a little skull and crossbones … that’s a negative symbol, but it’s positive because it shows you to not take this internally,” Kox describes his paintings. Read the full story on Journal Sentinel.
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