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Robbinsdale, MN 55422

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Exhibit Schedule

January 3 - 28 2017:  W.A.R.M Group
"Zoetic: Our Cumulative Legacy" 

Jan. 31 - Feb. 25 2017; Sylvia Horwitz & Peter Truran
"Land. Water. Life."

March 2 - April 1 2017; "March Madness"
Robbin Gallery Member's Show 

April 4 - 29 2017; Robbinsdale Schools
Secondary Schools Art Show

May 2 - 27 2017; Nathan Stromberg

May 30 - June 24 2017; Rena Mornson

June 29 - July 29 2017; "Whiz Bang"
Robbin Gallery Member's Show

Aug. 1 - 26 2017; Mike Proulx & Carl Johnson

Aug. 29 - Sept. 23 2017; CJ Longaeker 

Sept. 26 - Oct. 21 2017; Courage Center

November; (Date TBT 2017) 
"Extremely Minnesota"

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

 

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Wednesday
Dec192012

Extremely Minnesota 2012

16th Annual "Extremely Minnesota" Juried Art Show

November 10 - December 15, 2012

Sunday
Oct282012

October 2012; Medium as Muse

Medium as Muse

October 2 - 27 2012

A four person show featuring Oils, Watercolors, and Pastels

 Julie Allen, Melody O. Allen, Mary Quinlivan, Wendy Sallman


Monday
Oct012012

September 2012 Leigh Johnson

Leigh Johnson: Art from Two Centurys

My vision for this exhibition is that it will show some of the joy and excitement which I find in seeing certain visual elements present in many different places in nature & the fun I have in interpreting these natural elements. A few of my oldest works have been included in order to show a thread of continuity which exists throughout, from the oldest to the most recent works, so there is somewhat of a retrospective character to the show.  My artwork begins with carefully observing what is around me. Usually I am  interested & moved by aspects of nature such as patterns, contour, form, and color relationships.  I absorb these aspects and at some point I begin mentally visualizing artworks and making studies.  Thus begins the process of interpretation.  I try to take a playful approach to interpreting and composing with these naturalistic aspects. During the process of creation I may simplify forms, enhance patterns & rhythms, and/or exaggerate color. I like to find a balance between preconception & spontaneity, and to allow the natural elements to take on abstract qualities. This interpretation serves to make the artwork its own new reality & yet it is one that springs from and reflects the natural world around us. I find that this territory between naturalism and full abstraction to be the most rewarding to explore.

Friday
Aug312012

August 2012 Michael Proulx

Paintings From The Lens  

 

Tuesday
Jul312012

July 2012, Whiz Bang Show