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Time/Keep : David Malcolm Scott and Rebecca Krinke

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David Malcolm Scott, Lake Superior Vista                         Rebecca Krinke, The Keep (detail)

Time/Keep : David Malcolm Scott and Rebecca Krinke

Exhibition: April 1 – 30, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 8, 7-10pm

Rosalux Gallery is pleased to announce Time/Keep, an exhibition of new work by David Malcolm Scott and Rebecca Krinke featuring a large-scale sculptural work by Rebecca and a suite of paintings and drawings by David. The exhibition brings together the artists’ shared interest in time and memory, with a particular interest in what can be remembered or recorded and what can only be sensed or imagined.

David Malcolm Scott presents a new series of works exploring time and place – featuring a 30’ long watercolor scroll that literally starts with the formation of galaxies and moves forward through terrestrial epochs. David then uses this piece with its timeline format to add small scroll paintings above and below to reveal memories and dreams of one person’s life, in this case, the artist himself.

Time and place are highlighted in different ways in David’s two other series on view: in Weekly Commute, vivid slices of the sky are seen framed by dramatic building silhouettes, and in the stylized landscapes, the deep time of geological formations are juxtaposed with the more fleeting forms of forests, grasses, cities, and skies.

Rebecca Krinke presents a large installation, The Keep, which creates a domestic, psychological space of wonder and terror. The Keep continues her series of bed sculptures, although here a charred 4-poster bed hangs from the ceiling, upside down, bound by black-feathered walls – becoming a more abstract container/portal of space. Stacks of her dozens of black bound notebooks are visible but inaccessible on the burned wood floor below.

“Keep” as a noun originated in the Middle Ages, and was a place used as a refuge of last resort should the castle fall to an adversary. Rebecca’s installation evokes questions about what we keep, where we keep, and the costs of keeping: memories, secrets, notebooks, relationships, possessions, houses…This work and her larger practice is both highly personal and collective – in its explorations of private, public, and liminal space.

 

For more info about the artists:

http://rebeccakrinke.com/
http://www.davidmalcolmscott.com/

Rosalux Gallery
1400 Van Buren Street NE, #195
Minneapolis, MN 55413




 

& Guests">Public Dialogue Feb. 25 Shana Kaplow, Emmett Ramstad & Guests

Join Shana Kaplow/ Emmett Ramstad/ and Guests – Risa Puleo/Sarah Petersen
Public dialogue “Art and the Social Body”
February 25th, 2-4pm at Rosalux Gallery.

http://eepurl.com/cCs6db

 Flyer For Rosalux Dialogue 2017




 

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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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

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




 

Terrence Payne in “I AM Kindness” Show on Feb. 27th

 




 

CityPages A-List -LAURA STACK AND VAL JENKINS: New Paintings and Drawings at Rosalux Gallery

City Pages A-List featured LAURA STACK AND VAL JENKINS an Exhibition of New Paintings and Drawings at Rosalux Gallery http://www.citypages.com/event/new-work-paintings-and-drawings-7926328

 




 

Art Talk Laura Stack, Val Jenkins, Christina Schmid at Rosalux Gallery

LAURA STACK, VALERIE JENKINS and invited guest CHRISTINA SCHMID gave an ART TALK ABOUT PAINTING, DRAWING AND ABSTRACTION in conjunction with Stack and Jenkins’ January 2016 Rosalux Gallery exhibit.
Photos of the event:

 Christina Schmid, Val Jenkins, Laura Stack, Art Talk at Rosalux Gallery

Christina Schmid, Val Jenkins, Laura Stack, Art Talk at Rosalux Gallery

 

Christina Schmid, Val Jenkins, Laura Stack Art Talk at Rosalux Gallery

Christina Schmid, Val Jenkins, Laura Stack Art Talk at Rosalux Gallery

Exhibit installation Laura Stack and Valerie Jenkins at Rosalux Gallery

Exhibit installation Laura Stack and Valerie Jenkins at Rosalux Gallery

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NUTS & BITS: Shawn McNulty and Daniel Buettner in November

Nuts and Bits

ROSALUX GALLERY presents “NUTS & BITS”:
New paintings by Shawn McNulty and Daniel Buettner

Exhibit runs: November 7th–29th, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 7th, 7:00-10:00 PM
https://www.facebook.com/events/412030608992492/

Painters Shawn McNulty and Daniel Buettner build up their work with many parts and layers similar to how a machine or engine is put together with various nuts and bolts, or in this case, nuts and bits. McNulty applies thick acrylic and texture mediums with unconventional tools and motions, which results in engaging compositions with unique forms that beg to be deciphered as an abstract painting. Buettner presents random traditional imagery in an abstract environment, which engages the viewer to interpret the scenario. Both artists are longtime Rosalux members and incorporate a vibrant color palette.

Shawn McNulty, a founding member of Rosalux Gallery since 2002, works his square canvas on the floor using acrylic and pumice with large industrial palette knives.  He also uses his feet with a “shoe palette knife” in an attempt to discover new forms by modifying his control. His work explores the idea of recognizable shapes and structures living within irrational thoughts and emotions.  The process starts out very spontaneously and becomes more detailed as the composition starts to show itself.  The color fields interchange with each other, attempting to find common ground resulting in multifaceted and interesting edges. The process continues until a solution is found, always applying and mixing paint directly on the canvas, scraping away layers to reveal the ghostly characters of the previous. http://shawnmcnulty.com

Artist Daniel Buettner’s paintings show objects placed in contexts different from which they were originally intended to be in. The objects, often simple and otherwise not worthy of much thought, are painted in the finest of detail against photos of unlikely environments collaged into the backgrounds. The “new” setting invites the viewer to construct meaning the same way a child might when presented with a situation that, from the adult perspective is either obvious, or rhetorical, or both. http://www.danielbuettnerart.com/

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Kingdom by Shawn McNulty
36×72″
Acrylic and Pumice on Canvas
Large Abstract Art Red White Painting

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Toadstool by Shawn McNulty
30×30″
Acrylic and Pumice on Canvas
Mushroom Abstract Art Painting Modern Toadstool

 

 

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After The Golden Hour by Daniel Buettner
12″x16″
Acrylic and Collage on Matboard

 

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The Cops Told Me to Freeze by Daniel Buettner
16″x12″
Acrylic and Collage on Matboard




 

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