Mathias Gallery Building

Winds Paradox wishes everyone a Sunday like today! From the warmth of Wisconsin sunshine to an opportunity for the obligatory afternoon nap...

I feel the impact of June 2020 in those words from The Little Prince.  Although June's realities were much less subtle than those of de Saint-Exupery, the lessons are surprisingly similar.  No matter a person's politics or beliefs, we, as a society, collectively share the...

April 8, 2020 [caption id="attachment_16100" align="alignnone" width="300"] The Esther Building is sold.[/caption] On this sunny Wisconsin spring day, Winds Paradox wishes everyone good health, good cheer and a plethora of activities during our 'alone together' time.  COVID-19, a virus among viruses, has sprung the entire world into...

This October, Winds Paradox celebrates fire prevention.  With so many aspects to the care of a building, one important part is general safety and fire prevention.  Codes enforce compliance, certainly, but the art of a building itself includes its safety....

So odd, the beginning of summer is marked by the day in which we remember soldiers those angel veterans who never became veterans here.  We remember them today. And there are a lot of them to remember....

I just smile, speechless at the sight of the building's name, the company name, and contact information in the Main Street window.  Such a small step, yes?  But Matthias Building's sign steps the development forward in our neighborhood.  It introduces the physical presence of Winds...

With the snap of September, the long Labor Day weekend marks a new energy.  The heat of summer still warms the midday air, but evenings and mornings bow to the approach of the cooler autumn weather. ...

Studying landscapes and planning swirl together in a blessed dance.  These are among the art of August.  Winds Paradox strives to build an enterprise which accompanies the realities of our world, both in times of beauty and in those darkest moments....

Three styles of T-shirts begin the Winds Paradox clothing.  At $12, $15 and $22, these all cotton basics fit with any personal style.  100% of profits from the sales of these shirts are returned to the continuing renovation project of the Matthias Building....