Current Exhibition

What I Did on My Summer Vacation

Showcasing artwork by Kelly Jean Ohl and Julie Snidle

Closing this Saturday, October 19

Two gallery artists whose work manifests intriguing surfaces and seductive textures are the focus of our  fall show, What I Did on My Summer Vacation. Kelly Jean Ohl’s ceramic pieces are abstract objects with textures that reference biological entities, intricate lace or otherworldly patterning. Julie Snidle’s encaustic (melted beeswax) paintings are luminous with abstracted light, color, and surface intrigue. Together, their artwork creates an exhibition that invites a sense of discovery. Together, their work reflects on and looks back  at our wonderful yet fleeting summers

 

 

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Upcoming Exhibition

Holiday Group Show and More

October 26, 2019 - January 4, 2020

The holidays will soon be here. And we will be  ready to help you select gifts for all of your special people starting Saturday, October 26. Yes, we are starting early so you can have plenty of time to choose artful gifts and not feel pressed for time.

We are showcasing artwork by all of our talented gallery artists:

Betsy Ruth Byers
Kate Casanova
Jil Evans
Kelly Jean Ohl
Patrick K. Pryor
Jodi Reeb
Julie Snidle
Cameroon Zebrun

and by guest artists,

Julie Bastian, Jewelry
Steve Ozone, Photographs
Chris Singewald, Ceramics
Audra Smith, Ceramics

Holiday Group Show and More will run over Art Attack Weekend, the Northrup King Building's Annual Fall Open Studio Weekend. This year Art Attack will happen on:

Friday, November 1, 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 2, 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 3, 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hope to see in the gallery this holiday season.

 

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Now at the Hewing Hotel: Paintings by Kristine Fretheim

Extended through Tuesday, October 23, 2019

Hewing Hotel
300 North Washington Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401

We are pleased to present our current exhibit at the Hewing Hotel featuring paintings by Kristine Fretheim. Kristine’s watercolor paintings and watercolor pencil pieces are inspired by Midwest lakes and wooded areas, and by her own rock garden. The hallmarks of her paintings are their intriguing textures, vibrant colors, and evocative interplay of realism and abstraction.