Twin Cities Fine Arts Organization


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David Bratzel, January Tracks
Robbin Gallery  
Heartland by David Bratzeli

Now through February 29

Be moved by David Bratzel’s collection of watercolor and acrylic landscape paintings at the Robbin Gallery through the month of February. Bratzel has shown his work nationally and teaches and lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Robbin Gallery
4915 42nd Avenue North, Robbinsdale, MN 55422
(763) 537-5906


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Frederick Hart, Ex Nihilo, clear acrylic, 2005

Jean Stephen Galleries  
Sculptor of Light by Frederick Hart

Now through February 29

Frederick Hart’s career as a master sculptor has led him from the traditional mediums of metal and stone to work with the unprecedented figurative medium of acrylic resin. By incorporating acrylics affinity for light and his patented process of embedding one acrylic work within another, Hart’s work is more ethereal than ever before.

Jean Stephen Galleries
917 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55402
(612) 338-4333


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Kathy Wismar, Inside a Dream

The Grand Hand Gallery  
Postcards to Save the Post Office by Peter Kramer
Painting and Ceramics by Kathy Wismar

Now through March 4

Join Twin Cities architect, artist and furniture designer Peter Kramer as he shares his mission to save the US Postal Service. In creating 120 original postcards, Kramer is selling and sending the postcards to the purchaser with a personal note at the conclusion of the show.

Kathy Wismar is a Minnesota ceramic artist who creates functional pottery and abstract watercolor and acrylic paintings. She has exhibited nationally since 1992 and is known for her use of expressive form and vibrant color.

The Grand Hand Gallery
619 Grand Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55102
(651) 312-1122


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Delina White, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Anishabe Ojibwe Pipe Bags, mixed media

Katherine E. Nash Gallery  
Mni Sota: Reflections of Time and Place

Now through March 17
Presentation and Reception: February 16, 5 to 8 p.m.
Gallery Talk: March 7, 12:15 p.m.

Examine a group exhibition of contemporary artwork by Native American artists at the University of Minnesota. Bodies of work include beadwork, birch bark, fiber art, jewelry, painting, sculpture, textiles and quillwork.

Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota
405 21st Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612) 624-7530


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Joyce Lyon, Here, photograph, 2011, 12.5x9.5”

Form + Content Gallery  
Dialogue in Place, Volume II

Now through March 17

Travel to different places with Joyce Lyon and Andrea Thoma’s new bodies of work that experiment in how different media change a participant’s relation to time, intimacy and dwelling. Through video, photography, painting, drawing and text, Dialogue in Place, Volume II provides an interdisciplinary approach to the ever-changing concept of place.

Form + Content Gallery—Whitney Square Building
210 North Second Street Suite 104, Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 436-1151


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MCBA Star Tribune Foundation Gallery

Minnesota Center for Book Arts  
Multiple, Limited, Unique

Now through April 20

A touring exhibition from New York City’s Center for Book Arts’ permanent collection, Multiple, Limited, Unique represents a culmination of a three-year initiative to catalogue and preserve the center’s extensive collection of artist books, catalogues and ephemera.

Minnesota Center for Book Arts
1011 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55415
(612) 215-2520


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Roy Villevoy, The New Road, 2007

American Museum of Asmat Art  
Deconstructing Eden: Asmat Identity Rediscovered

February 15 through June 24
Presentation and Reception: February 23, 6 p.m.

Explore the multifaceted identity of Asmat culture in Papua, Indonesia, and the first rotating exhibit from the American Museum of Asmat Art through carvings, weavings, photographs and video. Notable artists include Adam Saimas, Eligius Ari and Eddo Orem.

American Museum of Asmat Art
2115 Summit Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55105
(651) 962-5560


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Mary Bowman-Cline, A Face in a Crowd

Homewood Studios  
A Face in a Crowd by Mary Bowman-Cline

February 23 through March 3
Reception: February 24, 5 to 9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: February 28, 7 p.m.

Focusing on the diversity of the human face, sculptor Mary Bowman-Cline exhibits her new work in 12x12” mosaics made of tile, rocks, buttons, old clothing patterns, found objects and faux fur. Also on display are her small figures and brick people.

Homewood Studios
2400 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411
(612) 587-0230



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