Matthew works in drawing, collage, sculpture and installation. Matthew’s work deals with strategies of abstraction; representation of landscape and architecture in art; the interaction of positive and negative form; the interaction of pictorial and physical space; and the relationship of an artwork’s form to light, shadow, and architectural space. Opening Reception is January 12, 4:30 [...]
The acrylic paintings in this show are built up very slowly, from initial drawing to final adjustments, using many, mostly thin layers of transparent-to-translucent-to-opaque color. Regional, vernacular building types have become a priority for the artist, Paul Burmeister, in the last decade. This subject matter allows him to exercise abstract interests in rhythm, proportion, and [...]
Fragments of this living earth will feature work that spans disciplines of printmaking, textiles, and poetry, asserting the critical interconnectedness of human and ecological wellbeing and embodying a mindset of reverence and kinship with land. This exhibition will include a new presentation of Hanesworth’s signature series, Medicine Kin, a body of work that engages concepts [...]
The exhibition features original illustrations from three book projects; Mary Casanova’s Wake Up Island (University of Minnesota Press) and Hush, Hush, Forest (University of Minnesota Press) as illustrated by printmaker Nick Wroblewski, and World of Wonder: In Praise of Fireflies, Whale Sharks, and Other Astonishments (Milkweed Editions) written by Aimee Nezhukumatathil and illustrated by Fumi [...]
Flora: Keinen Imao, features a collection of historic ukiyo-e, woodblock prints, focused on the printmaking tradition of kacho-e, or bird and flower pictures, from Japanese artist, Keinen Imao. He is best known for Bird and Flower Albums by Keinen (Keinen Kacho Gafu, 1891), a set of 4 volumes with 40 prints each, one of which [...]
Hosono’s work brings intuition, delicacy and an intuitive touch to her intricate floral creations etched in chalky white clay. Inspired by internationally lauded Wedgwood’s Jasperware, pioneered by Josiah Wedgwood over 200 years ago, in which thin ceramic reliefs or ‘sprigs’ were applied as surface decoration to a piece, Hosono details the veins of a leaf [...]
A day-long series of exploratory experiences throughout the galleries, hands-on activities, and informal gallery interactives, geared at groups and families of all shapes and sizes. Family Day is part of the opening weekend series for Flora and Waking Worlds. Family day also features special admission discounts. Families (found families & friends included!) are just $20 [...]
Sarah began her artistic journey in elementary school with an interest in anime characters, with video games also sparking an interest in creating. After moving to Wisconsin, her doodling, sketching, and painting became more realistic in style. Come and talk with Sarah and see what makes her tick!