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Robbinsdale, MN 55422


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Exhibit Schedule

Sept. 7 - 23  Bigger is Better, A Show of Firsts
CJ Longaeker & Dave Ehret

Sept. 26 - Oct. 21 2017;
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute

November; (Date TBT 2017) 
"Extremely Minnesota"

December; (Date TBT 2017) 
"Art Is Primary"


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Bigger is Better, A Show of Firsts

Talented siblings, CJ Longaecker and Dave Ehret, bring a large format exhibition with CJ's new modern watercolors and Dave's first public show of his photography, airbrush and mixed media dimensional work. Their art is a dynamic combination of materials, methods, concepts, and subjects that challenge traditional boundaries and defy easy definition - truly contemporary. Another first is their first special joint work.

The show opens Thursday September 7 with an Opening Reception Friday September 8 7:00 pm featuring original jazz music by Randy Crooms.

The It’s a wrap Party is Thursday September 21 5:30 – 8:30 pm and the show will close on Saturday September 23.




Aquarius Waters Artistry by Rena Mornson  - May 30th - June 24th

Rena Mornson's oils and acrylics tell the stories of the oceans.
Rena's passion, through artistic expression, is the preservation of the earth's oceans. 


Another Man's Treasure 

Nathan Stromberg  May 2nd to May 27 2017

Why do we assign memory and meaning to consumer objects of metal and plastic?

How is it that we experience the past through relics and what will the visual culture of the present say to those in the future?

These glimpses of the every- day, such as the shape of a chrome bumper and the stylized design of kitchen objects and period fashion, remain connections to real people through shared memory and speak to a collective national identity. In many ways they are modern icons.
The process of making archival images into re-contextualized artworks becomes a means to explore the past and its implications for the present.

The action of slowly remaking photographic source material into an artwork compels the viewer to reconsider what is depicted and search for its inherent meaning. The iconic object is given new life in a new context to comment on the ever changing American identity.

You can see Nathan's process in creating one of these pieces in a video here.