Art

All My Relations Gallery
1414 E. Franklin Ave.
612-235-4970
www.allmyrelationsarts.com

ColorWheel Gallery
319 W 46th St.
612-823-5693
www.ColorWheelGallery.com 

Douglas Flanders & Associates
818 W. Lake St.
612-849-9494
www.flandersart.com

Gage Family Art Gallery
22nd Ave. S. at Riverside Ave.
612-330-1524
Augsburg.edu/galleries

Gamut Gallery
717 S. 10th St.
612-367-4327
www.gamutgallerympls.com

Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
612-377-7800
www.grovelandgallery.com

Goldstein Museum of Design
McNeal Gallery
1985 Buford Ave., St. Paul 55108
612-624-7434
http://goldstein.design.umn.edu
***Northrup Gallery: Roots to Healing
Northrop was built on the site of former University’s medicinal plant gardens. This brief survey of the past, present and future of plant-based medicine in Minnesota will be curated by Lisa Aston ​Philander, College of Biological Sciences Conservatory. The exhibition will feature plants from each of the conservatory​’s ​biomes representing ​​medicinals common to local indigenous and immigrant cultures.
Through January 2018
***Global Technique, Local Pattern: Ikat Textiles
Ikat patterns are both intricate and bold. The feathered edges of the pattern simultaneously expose its hand-crafted nature and the deft skill required to create it. Ikat is a Malay-Indonesian word that means to tie or to bind. In Uzbekistan, these textiles are referred to as abr, which translates to cloud, referencing the soft edges of pattern.
The expertise and time that ikat requires makes it a textile that is both admired and mysterious in today’s world of mass produced yardage. Ikat is deeply ingrained in cultural heritage in locations all over the world. In India, for example, ikat is used for basic cotton garments, as well as for the most luxurious silk saris.  Central Asian ikat patterns, which are typically larger in scale than the south, date back to the days of Genghis Khan. Textiles from locations such as Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Uzbekistan, Japan and the South American Andes will also be on exhibit.
Through May 14

Highpoint Center for Printmaking
912 W. Lake St.
612-871-1326
highpointprintmaking.org
Access/Print & Look/See
Our annual student exhibition features the work of teen artists who participated in the 2016-2017 Access/Print Program, as well as work by students in grades 3–12 who participated in relief, drypoint, monotype and screenprinting workshops.
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 8, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
April 8, 2017 – May 6, 2017

Instinct Art Gallery
940 Nicollet Mall
612-240-2317
www.instinctmpls.com

Intermedia Arts
2822 Lyndale Ave. S.
612-871-444
intermediaarts.org

Metro State St. Paul Campus,  Gordon Parks Gallery in the Library and Learning Center
645 E. Seventh St.
651-999-5942
erica.rasmussen@metrostate.edu

Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 3rd Ave. S.
612-870 3000
http://new.artsmia.org/

Regla De Oro
2743 Lyndale Ave. S.
612-886-1247
www.regladeoro.com

Soo Visual Arts Center
2909 Bryant Ave. S., Suite 101
612-871-2263
www.soovac.org

Susan Hensel Gallery
3441 Cedar Ave. S.
612-722-2324
www.susanheselgallery.com
Joan Kloiber
My intention with these artworks is to provoke a laugh, a smile, a warm heart, even a giggle; to lift the spirit, to brighten the day. Nothing more, nothing profound—but then, isn’t a smile profound?
Through April

Vine Arts Center
2637 27th Ave. S.
612-728-5745
www.vineartscenter.com

The White Page
3400 Cedar Ave. S.
413-478-0455
http://the-white-page.org

 

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