Every year, the Racine Art Museum in Racine, Wisconsin hosts a unique art exhibition where all the pieces are created from various colored, marshmallow PEEPS®. The International PEEPS Art Exhibition currently has 126 art pieces created by over 174 artists. There is an adult category, group category, and an under 13 category. I was extremely impressed with all of the pieces done by the kids! With their talent now, it’ll be awesome to see it grow over the years and truly blossom.
You can visit the International PEEPS Art Exhibition at the Racine Art Museum now through April 8.
The pieces in the PEEPS Art Exhibition range from being created almost 100% from PEEPS® to cute little sceneries and action shots!
I’m all about everything colorful and sparkly, so initially walking into this room at the Racine Art Museum is a bright colorful explosion! It’s a great way to celebrate spring, even though it doesn’t quite feel like spring in Wisconsin yet!
My personal favorite is shown above–a glittery peacock made from PEEPS®!
I’m geeky at heart and was a gamer in a past life—so I had so much love for this Kirby art piece!
With 126 total pieces of art in the PEEPS Art Exhibition, these few are only just a slight taste of what’s at the Racine Art Museum this season. All of the artists did a phenomenal job. I can’t imagine the time it took to create such beautiful pieces.
Thanks to Real Racine and Racine Art Museum for inviting me! All opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.