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Jim Hittinger’s Open Studio Feb. 24, New Rosalux artist

New Rosalux artist, Jim Hittinger, has an Open Studio event Fri. Feb. 24th, 7 – 10 PM.
Come take a look at what Jim and 2 other artists Teréz Iacovino and Julia Maiuri have been working on in the studio. Visit Jim’s art website at jimhittinger.com

 Location: 1110 Stinson Blvd., Mpls., MN 55413.
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New Rosalux Artists, Jim Hittinger, Betsy Alwin, John Gaunt

Rosalux is pleased to announce three new artist members.

Jim Hittinger, figurative drawing and painting.  jimhittinger.com
Betsy Alwin, ceramic sculpture.  betsyalwin.com
John Gaunt, abstract painting. portfolio/john-gaunt

John Gaunt

Jim Hittinger

Betsy Alwin

 




 

Laura Stack and Terrence Payne in SooVac’s Untitled 13 Exhibit

Laura Stack’s ink painting and Terrence Payne’s oil pastel work was selected to be in
Untitled 13, a juried exhibition at Soo Visual Arts Center in Minneapolis, MN

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 11, 2017 6-9PM
Show Runs: February 11 – March 25, 2017

Participating Artists: Byron Anway, Deidre Argyle, Josette Ghiseline, Lindsy Halleckson, Anders Johnson, Daniel McCarthy-Clifford, Erica Meier, Terrence Payne, Tim Portlock, Christopher Rowley, Susan Solomon, Laura Stack, Gabriel Strader Brown, Holly Streekstra, Joshua Stulen, and Sam Van Vo

Untitled 13 marks the thirteenth year of SooVAC’s juried exhibition series. Untitled provides opportunities for artists working in any medium and at any stage of their career, resulting in a survey of varied perspectives and provocative work. Each year SooVAC invites guest jurors to select the work, this year it was Dean Otto and Astria Suparak. Every juror provides a unique aesthetic and curatorial viewpoint, giving the public an opportunity to view fresh artistic voices with every new installment of Untitled. More Information at www.soovac.org/untitled13

Laura Stack, Fluere 16, ink painting collage, 2016


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Terrence Payne, oil pastel on paper, 2016
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Shana Kaplow and Emmett Ramstad Exhibition in February

Shana Kaplow and Emmett Ramstad, a new Rosalux exhibition to open February 4th. The exhibition will feature ink drawings and wall installations by Shana Kaplow and sculptural installations by Emmett Ramstad. The exhibition brings together the artists’ shared interest in the socio-political body.

Opening Reception: February 4, 6-10pm
Public dialogue with guest contributors “Art and the Social Body”: February 25, 2-4pm
Exhibition runs through February 26th.

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Shana Kaplow ink drawings – Emmett Ramstad sculptural installations

 

 




 

Laura Stack at CIRCA GALLERY “Winter Salon” Exhibit

LAURA STACK is a new artist at CIRCA GALLERY and her paintings are part of the Circa “Winter Salon” exhibit. Stack’s painting “Fluere #8” was featured in the recent Star Tribune review of  the “Winter Salon”.
www.startribune.com/circa-gallery

Laura Stack Fluere 8

Laura Stack, “Fluere 8″, ink painting, 26″ x 20”




 

The Rematch: James Wrayge and Duane Ditty January 2017

Rosalux Gallery presents
“The Rematch- James Wrayge and Duane Ditty.”
Opening reception:  January 7, 2017 from 7pm – 10pm
Exhibit runs through January 29th.
James Wrayge: “Composition in the Key of X” oil on canvas
Though Wrayge and Ditty have only become aware of each others work relatively recently they have a shared history and similar understanding of painting, both choosing to keep their work abstract and non-objective.  The work of both displays an enthusiasm for the interplay of geometric pictorial space.

Like boxers who return to the ring they have honed their skills and are aware of the necessity for response and exchange in the working process.  Their familiarity with the canvas allows for loose, geometrically defined gestures to create a space representative of action and reaction.  Both work in the realm of discovery and ambiguity where the next move could lead to disaster or completion.

These paintings represent time and it’s overlap, surrounding and circumstance, spontaneity and consideration.

James Wrayge
Duane Ditty

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Rosalux is free and open to the public.
Hours: Saturdays & Sundays noon-4pm
1400 Van Buren St, NE, #195, Minneapolis, MN 55413

Duane Ditty:  “Departure” oil on canvas




 

Laura Stack and Shana Kaplow Art at Peterssen/Keller Architecture

Laura Stack’s organic hyper-color paintings and Shana Kaplow’s tall black and white ink paintings are featured at Peterssen/Keller Architecture in Minneapolis.
Curated by Tim Peterson.

Visit the artists’ websites – Laurastackart.com and Shanakaplow.com

Peterssen/Keller Architecture – pkarch.com
2919 James Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408

Laura Stack Art Peterssen Keller Architects

(Left) Laura Stack’s, organic hyper-color ink painting “Fluere #12” – (Right) Shana Kaplow’s vertical black and white ink painting.

 

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Rosalux Announces The Return of Our Annual Open Call Exhibition This December

Open Door Twelve

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Hazel, Archival digital pigment print, 22.5″ x 30″, ed 7, 2014 R.J. Kern

 

Rosalux gallery is proud to announce the opening of it’s twelfth annual Open Door exhibition coming to the gallery this December.  Open Door is the one time of year when Rosalux opens its doors to artists outside of the collective in the form of an open call to bring inside what is happening outside of the gallery doors and give them an opportunity to share their work with our audience.  Open Door Twelve will feature work form artists Nicolas Darcourt, Justine Di Fiore, Mary Gibney, Monica Howell, R.J. Kern, Daniel McCarthy- Clifford, Karen Peters, Montana Picard, Erika Ritzel, Nick Rivers, Adam White, and Jake Zirbes.  This year’s call was jurored by artist and curator Andrea Carlson who had this to say about the selections she made for this years open door exhibition,

“This years Open Door was narrowed by the unified, curated theme of tactility. There is an immediacy of associating a surface with similar things one has touched. When I see the texture of an object, there is a known, lived experience. Looking past the glossy screen of a minimalist surface, glancing at my minimalist phone, I’m more tortured by the texture, complexity of surface, materiality that I can’t reach—the desire to break a snow globe to free the figurines. The artists in this exhibition are communicating experiences or theory sympathetic though texture and materiality. That being said, follow my mother’s warning and, “touch with your eyes.”

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Atmosphere Unit,  8″ x 10″, oil paint, acrylic paint, oil pastel on canvas, 2016 Jake Zirbes

Opening Reception: Saturday December 10th,  7 to 10 PM
Exhibition Dates: December 3rd – 31st
Gallery Hours: Saturday & Sunday 12 – 4 PM

 

 




 

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