Current Exhibition

Summer Group Show 2014

Featuring the artists of the Kolman & Pryor Gallery:

Betsy Ruth Byers: Painting
Kate Casanova: Collage

Jim Dryden: Painting
Jil Evans: Painting
Farida Hughes: Painting
Kelly Jean Ohl: Clay
Patrick Kemal Pryor: Painting
Jodi Reeb: Painting
Karl Unnasch: Sculpture

June 14 - September 6, 2014

You will see new work by the gallery's talented artists and Patrick's and Anita's favorite
pieces from the back room.


"Rendezvous" by Betsy Ruth Byers.

Betsy's oil and acrylic on canvas painting is on exhibit during Summer Group Show 2014.


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Upcoming Exhibition

Actors and Spectators

New Work by Farida Hughes

September 13-October 25, 2014

Saturday, September 27, 2014
7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Farida Hughes, a Kolman & Pryor Gallery artist, has long been taken with the phrase “All the world’s a stage…” which opens the famous monologue in Shakespeare’s play, As You Like It. In Actors and Spectators, Hughes’ first solo show at Kolman & Pryor, she explores “how we participate in our world via movement” as both players and viewers. "In acting,” says Hughes, “we engage in rehearsing, repeating the same routine in a specific space, and as audience we find ourselves both inside and apart from the action.” Actors & Spectators includes both paintings and installations.

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Upcoming Events

More News

Betsy Ruth Byers Selected for the 2014 Minnesota Biennial

Betsy Ruth Byers is participating in the Minnesota Museum of American Art’s 2014 Minnesota Biennial.  A juried exhibition, the Biennial  features the work of 36 Minnesota artists. Three jurors selected  finalists from a total of 377 applications. The exhibit runs from June 12- August 3, 2014 with a public reception on June 12, 7-8:30 p.m. at the Minnesota Museum of American Art’s Project Space, located at 332 N. Robert Street in St. Paul. Congratulations Betsy!


Kate Casanova and Karl Unnasch Are Part of Northern Spark

On June 14, Northern Spark, once again lit up the night in Minneapolis. Kate Casanova and Karl Unnasch were part of this  all-night arts festival. Chimney swifts was the focus of one of Kate’s pieces while bugs was the centerpiece of another. Karl created three large scale chandeliers made from reclaimed bottles and glassware.