red garage studio | The Sketchbook Show
Sep
7
to Sep 16

red garage studio | The Sketchbook Show

Opening Reception: Friday, September 7 at 7:00-10:00pm

How do artists observe and reflect on their inner and outer world and how does it nourish and feed the creative process? The sketchbook is a basic tool of the trade for most artists, but the form it takes is unique to each. For some it is a work of art itself, for others it is a series of lists, a way to process thoughts and emotions, or a pile of scrap papers and napkins with jottings of sudden ideas and inspirations. In all cases, it is a method of casual exploration that nourishes and feeds the creative process, either directly or indirectly.

Thirty artists, working in all different types of media and at all stages in their career, are now willing to share this process with you.

CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS:
Lamia Abukhadra, Rachel Bruya, Chris Cinque, Sean Connaughty, Pete Driessen, Kyle Fokken, Toni Gallo, Frank Gaard, Mary Gibney, Martin Gonzales, Carmen Gutierrez-Bolger,  Lindsy Halleckson, Christopher E. Harrison, Jeremy Jones, Mari Mansfield, Joshua McGarvey, Olivia Novotny, Britt Omann, alex m. petersen, Hillary Price, Nancy Robinson, Nina Martine Robinson, Jenny Schmid, Jennifer A. Schultz, John Schuerman, Maria Cristina Tavera, Molly Uravitch, Derek Van Gieson, Joshua Wilichowski, Jacob Yeates

More information: redgaragestudio.com

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First Street Gallery | National Juried Exhibition
Jun
21
to Jul 14

First Street Gallery | National Juried Exhibition

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 21 at 6:00-8:00pm.

The juror for 2018 is Ronnie Landfield, an American abstract painter associated with Lyrical Abstraction, in particular Color Field painting. He is represented in public and private collections including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, among others.

More information: www.firststreetgallery.org

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Barnard Gallery | nano 1.2
Jun
5
to Jul 10

Barnard Gallery | nano 1.2

Opening reception: Tuesday, June 5 at 6:30pm

A concept of relative simplicity, nano- 1.2 invited artists to zoom in, scale down, shrink, condense, encapsulate and compact; submitting works no larger than 20 x 20 cm. The exhibition is an opportunity to play with scale, to explore what effects it has for both artist and viewer, and what new parameters it may set for the curator and the gallery space.
 
Smaller works immediately require and create a greater intimacy with the viewer, compelling us to come closer, look closer, stay longer. While large, expansive works keep us at a distance, smaller works activate interiority and introspection. They require a sharper focus, a keener gaze, a lingering attention.  Playing into our fascination with the miniature, small works conjure whimsy, a sense of the magical, a playfulness. But profundity need not be reserved only for the grandiose, and by requiring an economy of expression from the artist, smaller works are also often surprisingly affecting and impactful. 

More information: www.barnardgallery.com

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Parade of Homes | 2018 Spring Dream Home
Feb
24
to Mar 25

Parade of Homes | 2018 Spring Dream Home

  • 4937 Beard Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55410 US (map)
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Nine of my paintings are featured in Sustainable 9 Design + Build's Dream Home #436 2018 Spring Parade of Homes. 

Perhaps the most unique home in all of Linden Hills, this modern masterpiece is not to be missed. It features a massive rooftop deck overlooking a green roof system and visually striking, bold modern finishes throughout. Superb energy efficiency is achieved via advanced building science techniques, extreme insulation, and a 4.2 kW solar array that powers the home. The open floor plan has an aqua colored floating staircase, back-lit cabinetry, an eye-popping kitchen with a backsplash that wraps onto the ceiling and floats over the island’s recycled glass countertops, and a wet bar that changes color with the flip of a switch.

Open Thursdays - Sundays 12:00-6:00pm until March 25. A $5 admission fee to tour this home helps the BATC-Housing First Minnesota Foundation continue their efforts building and remodeling homes for area families in need.

More information: https://www.paradeofhomes.org

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Belwin Conservancy | Annual Open House
Feb
17
6:00 PM18:00

Belwin Conservancy | Annual Open House

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Free and open to everyone.
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., talk at 7:00 p.m.

Featuring a special talk by painter Lindsy Halleckson and composer Mary Ellen Childs, two Minnesotans partaking in The Arctic Circle expedition program next fall. Learn about their work and this unique interdisciplinary residency program in the Svalbard archipelago just 10 degrees from the North Pole. Plus, enjoy stargazing with Minnesota Astronomical Society members, woodland walks with Belwin staff, and a roaring campfire and s’mores. 

Please RSVP here so we don't run out of s'mores!

More info at www.belwin.org.

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This activity is made possible, in part, by funds provided by the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (MRAC) through a grant from The McKnight Foundation.

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Wally Workman Gallery | Light
Dec
2
to Dec 23

Wally Workman Gallery | Light

Opening reception: Saturday, December 2, 6:00-8:00pm

On Saturday, December 2nd, Wally Workman Gallery will open a group show with new works from over 30 of their artists based on the idea of light. Always evolving, this includes artists that have been with the gallery for decades as well as those that were just signed this year. Participating artists include local figurative painters Ian Shults and Honora Jacob as well as abstract artist Diana Greenberg and landscape painter Will Klemm.

More information: www.WallyWorkmanGallery.com

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Art at the Bridgewater | Absorb Reflect
Oct
22
to Feb 8

Art at the Bridgewater | Absorb Reflect

Opening reception: Thursday, October 26, 6:00-8:00pm

The Neighbors and Friends of Arts at the Bridgewater present the newest exhibition, Absorb Reflect. Showcasing the incredible work from top Twin Cities artists. Exhibiting artists include: Michael Bellotti, Kelly Davies, Rita Dungey, Adetomiwa Gbadebo, Armando Gutierrez, G. Angel Hawari, Lindsy Halleckson, Deneena Hughes, Dan Mather, Jay Nuhring, Erik Pearson, Claudia Poser, Lois Rhomberg, James Shoop, and Nanci Yermakoff.

More information: Art at the Bridgewater

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Art Students League of Denver | Complementary
Oct
20
to Nov 17

Art Students League of Denver | Complementary

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Opening Reception on November 3, 2017, 5:30-8:00pm

This invitational exhibition concludes ASLD's 30th anniversary celebrations with an exhibition featuring new and emerging artists that complement and expand ASLD as we continue to look toward the future. Participating artists include: Sabin Aell | Molly Bounds | Trine Bumiller | Kim Dickey | Sandra Fettingis | Ian Fisher | Kendra Fleischman | Lindsy Halleckson | Mark Penner Howell | Sammy Lee | Daisy Patton | Roger Reutimann | Scott Roper | Dustin Young | Mario Zoots

More information: http://asld.org

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Rochester Art Center | La Mese delle Donne V
Sep
14
to Nov 30

Rochester Art Center | La Mese delle Donne V

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 14, 6:00-9:00pm

The mission of this exhibit is to showcase, promote, connect, and collaborate with Minnesota creatives who identify as women. Together we are all stronger. This year the exhibit will be at the Rochester Art Center in coordination with The Women & Spirituality Conference at the Mayo Civic Center. The performance portion of the event will be open to the public during the conference on September 16th beginning at 7 pm at the Mayo Civic Center.

More information: http://rochesterartcenter.org or http://lamesedelledonne.weebly.com

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