A few people have asked if I ever have an open studio. Yes! Every December, during the Seward Frolic (Art Crawl) I have opened up the door, and had supplies on hand for printing a small make-and-take bag or napkin. Its free! This is one way I give back to the community, and the glee on the kids faces when they pull their own print is priceless!
On May 18th, 4-8pm, I will have a open studio of the more usual kind. I'm re-installing the work in my studio from the Traced and Transcribed solo show last January. Work-in-process will also be on view, and there will be some goodies to give away...
My special guest will be Marcia Anderson, former MNHS curator, and author of "A Bag Worth A Pony." In this new book, Anderson hopes to share a celebration, illumination and study of the spectacular beaded bags made by the Ojibwe of Minnesota. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
We would love to see you!