Middleton Public Library
Address: 7425 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton, WI 53562
Phone: 608-831-5564     Email: info@midlibrary.org
The Christensen Family Art Gallery offers 120 linear feet of exhibit space in a central community location with thousands of visitors each month. It is the Library’s goal to present a diverse Middleton community with artwork and exhibitions that reflect a wide range of views, expressions, interests, and mediums.
Alex Haunty is an artist with a big heart to love people, paint happiness and bring life to everyone around him.  While living with a cognitive disability, Alex uses his unique challenges as a spring-board to achieve his dreams and has become a source of inspiration for many.
Known for his bright whimsical colors, Alex paints originals using acrylic and oil on canvas.  Alex donates a significant portion of the proceeds from his art sales to his nonprofit, Alex Haunty’s Theater and Arts Fund, Inc. (AHTAFI).  The non-profit buys tickets to take people with cognitive disabilities to Broadway shows at Madison’s Overture Center for the Arts.  They also have helped create visual and performing art workshops for people with disabilities through Inspiring Hope Ministries.  AHTAFI’s vision is to promote access to the arts for people with disabilities through an integrated arts community model.
More of Alex’s work can be seen at Inspiring Hope Gallery, 7425 University Ave, Middleton, WI.  Work may be purchased by contacting Alex at info@inspiriringartbyalex.com


The 2023 Call for Art applications will be available in the Fall of 2022.

For general questions please contact Library Director, Jocelyne Sansing 608-827-7425 jsansing@midlibrary.org