Kimberly Tschida Petters
Dec
2
to Jan 31

Kimberly Tschida Petters

My minimalist landscapes are simple and familiar. I've been photographing the Midwest landscape for 30 years. Taking pictures as I drive by. I love driving. I love that space in front of and beyond the horizon. 

I've been working to capture that space through paintings for 20 years. And in one brush stroke two years ago it all changed. 

Eight years ago I took a break from painting and started printmaking, running a stationery and art print company called Vandalia Street Press. Printmaking broke everything down for me. It slowed my process and created a method in my work. It created steps. 

One night during an artist group that I attend I decided to try painting again, but this time on printmaking paper. I was there, my paints were there and Boom! The land I know so well. So I simply painted right there in front of me. The space, the texture, and the emotions. And I keep going. 

BFA: University of Minnesota | Studio: Northrup King Building #375

www.vandaliastreetpress.com | Instagram @vandaliastreetpress

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Forrest and Rick Love
Oct
1
to Nov 15

Forrest and Rick Love

Forrest and Rick Love have been photographing Saint Paul with micro four thirds mirrorless digital cameras for the last few years. This show was inspired by images of 19th century photographs of Saint Paul found at the Minnesota Historical Society. The work in this exhibition is printed on fine art cotton paper and canvas, using a large format archival ink jet printer.

www.ricklove.com
www.instagram.com/loverinius
www.instagram.com/frugalbubbles

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Fall Artist: Megan Moore
Aug
1
to Aug 31

Fall Artist: Megan Moore

Megan Moore
June 18 - August 31

Artist Statement

My work is a study of form, color and composition. Painting primarily in oil, I create illustrative images with a sense of balance and calm. Nature and organic forms inspire my compositions. Using a personal style of magical realism, I present elements of beauty and intrigue from the natural world in arrangements that explore pattern and repetition.

www.meganmoore.com

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