Exhibitions & Events

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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