Current Exhibition

The Color Series: Part 3, Yellow

Now through March 21, 2020

Sun and sunflowers, daffodils and egg yolks, canaries and bees, taxis and butter, corn and squash, bananas and lemons. When yellow comes to mind, so do these objects of everyday life, which represent freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, and optimism. A duller, browner yellow, however, can bring to mind caution and sickness, cowardice and deceit. With all hues of yellow at their beck and call, the artists of Kolman & Pryor Gallery present the next exhibit in the gallery’s popular program: The Color Series. Our gallery artists are excited about bringing Yellow into their work and embracing whatever challenges it might bring to their aesthetic and practice.



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Upcoming Exhibition

Spring into Spring

March 28, 2020 - June 20, 2020

Artist Reception
Saturday, March 28
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

More details coming soon!

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Upcoming Events

March First Thursday

Thursday, March 5, 2020
5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Please stop by for March's First Thursday to see The Color Series: Part 3, Yellow.

And see why Sheila Regan of CityPages said you will "lighten your mood with these sunny works."

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More News

CityPages Best Art Gallery of the Twin Cities: Please Nominate Kolman & Pryor Gallery

We will be celebrating our 10th anniversary in 2020. We would be so honored in our 10th year if you, our fans, would nominate Kolman & Pryor Gallery as the best art gallery in CityPages’ Best of the Twin Cities 2020 Readers’ Choice Poll. If you agree that Kolman & Pryor is the best, please  CLICK ON THIS LINK  and nominate us. Best art gallery is the first category you will see.

At the Hewing: Realist Fiction Paintings by Tom Maakestad

Now through May 5.
Artist Reception
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. – Take a tour of the exhibit with Tom.
Hewing Hotel
300 North Washington Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55401
We are happy to present a selection of paintings created by Tom Maakestad. Tom describes his work as “realist fiction.” His process is to internalize places that he encounters here in the North Midwest in oil paint, cold wax, and oil pastel. He then attempts to capture this reality but without sentimentality or nostalgia. With funding from a Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant, Tom was able to hire a plane to provide him with aerial views of rivers, country sides, flat landscapes, and horizons. Tom is looking forward to talking with viewers about that experience and about the work that came from it.