Connect art and music while benefiting the community and being mindful of the environment. 

About the Art: 

While not defined by genre, Treble's work has a unifying theme of vivid color or striking monochrome. She starts with a photograph of her surroundings and then re-imagines it using filters and special effects.   Because of her lifelong connection to music, the work is primarily in a square format to represent LPs, 45s, and CD covers. Two of her pieces have been used as album covers by local musicians. Treble also uses her "Centers" series of kaleidoscopes as part of her recycled vinyl records and cds assemblage art. The 12" records are painted on a turntable as it's turning. To bring her art beyond wall art, Treble also has her work printed on a variety of products such as scarves, bags, dog tags and more. Treble's art has raised around $4,000 for local non-profits through silent or live auctions at events. Currently you can find Treble's art at Foxley's Art and Framing and Menasha Market - 140 Main. Her double sided dog tags are available in the Artiphix machine located in The Menasha Market - 140 Main.

About the Artist: 

Holly "Treble" Stigen is a self-taught photographer based out of Menasha, Wisconsin who awakened to creating art in her mid 40's. She has been happily married for over 27 years and has two grown sons. She was in the Army for 8 years and is a Desert Storm Veteran. While in the Army, Treble graduated from the Armed Forces School of Music as a flute and piccolo player and from the Army Signal School as a single channel radio operator. She has enjoyed working at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center as a ticket agent for the past 18 years. Treble loves to attend live music events and art exhibitions to support local musicians and artists and performed at Mile of Music 6 with her friends Tyler and the Streeters.