Exhibitions & Events

December 6, 2014 – January 17, 2015

Fred Anderson

Opening Reception: Saturday, December 6, 2-5 p.m.

Best known for his paintings of quiet, domestic interiors and street scenes from the neighborhoods surrounding his home in Cambridge, Minnesota, Fred Anderson’s imagery is simultaneously personal and seemingly familiar. This exhibition features the spaces and objects that populate his everyday life, from still lifes of toy cars, trains and flea-market finds, to compositions that reveal glimpses of the artist’s home.

December 6, 2014 – January 17, 2015

Jean Gumpper

Opening Reception: Saturday, December 6, 2-5 p.m.

The reduction woodcut process is well-suited to Jean Gumpper’s complex images of water and plant life throughout the seasons: tangled reflections of sinewy grasses in a marsh; a jumble of tree foliage punctuated by autumn’s first gold and red leaves, dripping into a swirling pond below; long shadows of shrubbery poking out among sparkling drifts of snow. Gumpper focuses on specific elements in the landscape, creating compositions that often omit the context of land or a horizon line. Such an approach allows her expressive, multi-layered landscapes to hover between realism and abstraction.

November 28 & 29, 2014

Black Friday and Saturday Sale

Do your holiday shopping at the gallery on Friday, November 28 and Saturday, November 29 and enjoy a 20% discount on all artwork in our inventory and back rooms. We’ll also be featuring a 2-day Stocking Stuffer Sale, with over 100 small paintings, prints and drawings, all priced at $300 or less.

Sale hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

October 16 – November 29, 2014

Michael Kareken

PARTS, a joint exhibition of new work by Michael Kareken, opens Thursday, October 16. This unique exhibition will feature Kareken’s charcoal and conté drawings at the Groveland Annex. A simultaneous companion exhibition of his large, mixed-media paintings will be displayed at Burnet Gallery at Le Méridien Chambers in downtown Minneapolis.

October 16 – November 29, 2014

William Murray

Places I Remember, William Murray’s new exhibition, includes his well-known watercolors as well as oil and acrylic works on canvas. This show documents Murray’s memories of time spent in the Minnesota landscape and his travels to places beyond. His paintings reveal lasting impressions made by the landscapes of Northern Minnesota, the Great Lakes and more.

Aug 9-Aug 30, 2014

Miriam Rudolph & Niki Havekost

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 9
2-5pm

July 26, 2014

16 Artists

Smackdown 11-4pm
Reception & Sale 4-6pm
16 gallery and guest artists will be stationed throughout the neighborhood painting en plein air. Gallery visitors are invited to pick up a map at the gallery in the morning and enjoy visiting the artists in the afternoon. All artists and observers are invited to a reception and sale of the day’s paintings.

Sept 5 - Oct 14, 2014

Mark Horton

This exhibition reflects a significant change in Mark Horton’s paintings, specifically in subject matter. Known for his interest fictional cityscapes, Horton uses more recognizable icons for the downtown images in this show: Minneapolis at twilight, with the IDS Center and Capella Tower anchoring the skyline, squares and slits of light defining their unique shapes; a bicyclist pausing at a downtown Minneapolis corner, backlit by the midday sun, the Twins baseball stadium in the distance.

Sept 5 - Oct 14, 2014

Kit Wilson

For this exhibition, Kit Wilson’s paintings feature three groups of images: trees and sky, foliage and reflection, and horizon and water. Wilson continues to observe and explore the intersection of these elements in the landscape.

APR 4–MAY 12, 2014

Michael Banning

Mark Horton’s large, oil on canvas landscapes are entirely imagined urban spaces that evoke a sense of familiarity. Upon the structure of city skylines and streets, Horton imposes abstract studies of rhythm, pattern and color.

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