Board & Staff

Board of Directors


Ken Glasheen, President


                  Nathan Hatch, Vice President


Steven Sauter, Treasurer

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Sandy Zapffe, Secretary

Carol S

Carol Schalla

Whitney John

John Whitney

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Mitch Heinrichs


Karon Winzenz, Exhibits Committee






Sarah Zamecnik

Executive Director
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Sarah Zamecnik began her work in November of 2014 as the new Executive Director of the Francis Hardy Gallery in Ephraim.

Zamecnik holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a Master of Fine Arts from Syracuse University. She studied under recent Guggenheim Artist Research Fellow Doug DuBois. She has worked in commercial and fine art photography and exhibited her work across the country; her work is in the permanent collection at UW-Madison.

Zamecnik brings an extensive background in the visual arts along with several years in the commercial gallery sector, most recently at the David Barnett Gallery in Milwaukee, where she served as creative marketing director for the last three years. She has been an adjunct instructor in both Photography and Art History for Syracuse University and was an artist assistant for Light Work, a Syracuse, N.Y.-based nonprofit photography organization.




Ann Soderlund

Program Coordinator
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After serving as the Hardy Gallery’s intern for the 2015 Summer Season, Ann was offered the fulltime position as Program Coordinator for the gallery.

Born and raised in Green Bay, WI, Ann would take advantage of being so close to Door County, and made many fun-filled trips up here with her family growing up. She has always had a passion for art and creating her own pieces. From as far back as she can remember, Ann has created art and incorporated art into every aspect of her life.

Ann received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Arts Management from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in May 2015. Shortly after graduating, Ann made her way up to Door County to intern for the Hardy Gallery. During her four years at UWGB she discovered a love for exhibition and gallery work working in the university’s Lawton Gallery.

Ann’s combined passion for art and gallery work has found her an exciting position that harmonizes both in one organization. 


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