Gallery of artwork, mixed media sculpture, and polaroid photography by Minneapolis artistNavigation
Whether or not their preservation occurred through an extraordinary set of natural circumstances or in accordance to some ancient rite, we view mummies in a curious way. They are repugnant and at the same time captivating. We are in awe of them, but perhaps do not envy them. We want to unravel their secrets, but as we search for answers among the bones and artifacts have to ask ourselves who we are and how will we be remembered.Read More
With our remaining sheets of the now extinct SX-70 Polaroid film, Mark Roberts and I captured the flora and architecture of Como Park’s Marjorie McNeely Conservatory. What makes this film so unique to work with is that the film dyes are like wet paint that can be hand manipulated before they harden, resulting in surreal and impressionistic images.Read More
Denise, born and raised in Duluth, MN, considers herself primarily a self-taught artist. Her mother, Pam Rouleau, is a talented miniaturist and jewelry designer. After high school, she spent two years living and traveling throughout Europe. She cites her experiences living in Europe as the greatest influence on her art.
“What Remains…” is at the Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson Wisconsin from February 15 – March 17, 2013. The *Opening Reception* is Friday, February 15, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Couldn’t make it to the Terra Gatto Warriors show at Douglas Flanders Gallery? While the smaller cat pieces are back at our studio, the army of cats are still on guard at the gallery.