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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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Saturday
Sep262015

Sept. 30 - Oct. 24, Andrea Martin, The Art of Cut Paper

Saturday
Sep262015

Sept. 2-26, George Letness Retrospective

Letness Retrospective

September 2 - 26

Reception Saturday, September 19, 3 - 6pm

Friday
Jul312015

Aug 5 - 29, 2015, "Photography" Skeel / Benson

 


Monday
Jun222015

July 8 - 31, 2015 Whiz Bang Member's Show

Thursday
May212015

May 27 - June 25, Georgi Tsenov "Horizons"

HORIZONS Paintings by Bulgarian Artist, Georgi Tsenov
OPENING RECEPTION, May 27, 6 to 8pm

 

Four years ago, Georgi Tsenov and his family moved from the bustling metropolis of Sofia, Bulgaria, to the quiet, forested landscapes of the Keweenaw Peninsula, part of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  The transition was monumental.
 
HORIZONS reflects Tsenov’s initial nostalgia for homeland and for the bustle of Sofia.  But the exhibit also suggests elements of grandeur, magnificence and discovery in Northern Michigan’s open spaces.  In his new environment, the artist combines plein air with a studio technique that straddles painting and graphic printing.  
 
Interesting, too, is Tsenov’s childhood literary introduction to and fascination with Native American lives and cultures.  Early idealistic forays into Native American impressions shaped his youthful world view.    To his astonishment, his dream-like childhood odyssey resumed in real time in Northern Michigan where “I began anew the romantic journey of my childhood.”    Encounters with Native American icons, totems, legends, ceremonies and spirituality “influenced my paintings profoundly.”  
Though deliberately not using specific Native American motifs and images, Tsenov’s “paintbrushes were transformed in surprising, unfamiliar ways.”  
 
While on a journey of visions and transformations to find a “lost aesthetic innocence,” Georgi Tsenov has arrived at his exhibition, HORIZONS.