Wednesday, December 19, 2007
You've got to love those folks at Cafe Maude. Not only did they buy a piece of mine for the cafe, but they asked my to hang a bunch of work there until April '08. Nice! I've got 10 pieces up and they look great in the "red room". Cafe Maude is always packed so make a reservation if you plan on going for a meal. If not, you can make your way to the bar easy enough.
Cafe Maude is located at 5411 Penn Avenue South, Minneapolis. Phone 612-822-5411 or www.cafemaude.com
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Come down to the Tower Loft, which are beautiful, and have some fun on Thursday night. I'm showing work with John Alspach and Tara Costello. You should see all our work in those beautiful work/live condos. It's really nice. The event is only on thursday which will feature food, drinks, music and tours of the remaining 4 units in the building. And art is all over! Hope to see you then.
Monday, November 5, 2007
I have work in 2 shows opening on Nov 17th. How exciting!
The Gallery @ Fox Tax is opening a group show called "These Elves Went to Art School. Mini-art by MN Talent." This show has tiny art, no bigger than 4" x 4", by about 40 people. This should be an amazing show. This is what they have to say about it, "In a show of bite-sized proportions, over 35 local artists have contributed works highlighting their own style in miniature form. Being given the task to create works no larger than 4″ x 4″, these artistic elves’ creations are sure to shift your perception of scale and scope AND make the perfect one-of-a-kind gift for everyone on your holiday list."
The show will be up from Nov 16 - Dec 30th, or check them out at www.foxtaxservice.com
Gallery 13 also opens "Ultimate Landscape" the same night. This group show of landscape work by local artists will be up from Nov 10 - Dec 30th. You can get more infomation by visiting www.gallery13.com
Tuesday, October 30, 2007
I have a painting in the auction at the "Art For Choice" fundraiser which is for Pro Choice Resources. This is a great organization, who does incredible work for women in Minnesota. Come bid on some great art by folks like Allen Brewer, Terrence Payne, Amy Rice, Jen Davis, Chank, and myself, to mention a few. And it's at the Graves Hotel!
Here's the detail on the event:
Please join Pro-Choice Resources in celebrating our 40th anniversary! Art for Choice has turned into one of the most talked about events in our community. This year the Art for Choice event consists of fine art, a dynamic performance by Jules Weiland (writer) and Janelle Ranek (performer) of IOU Productions, appetizers, cash bar and live music. Proceeds from the event will benefit Pro-Choice Resources' education and access programs.
Guests who purchase event tickets at $30 and up, will receive a complimentary raffle ticket for the chance to win one of three fantastic prize packages. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased at the event.
Suggested Donation: $20 to $40* per person.
Friday, November 9, 2007
6:30 - 10:00pm
Where: Graves 601 Hotel, Downtown Minneapolis
Sunday, October 21, 2007
I'm going to be apart of a one night exhibition/party at 50 Entertainment on Thursday, 10/25 from 6-9pm. It should be a great time with music, food, people, and drinks. Come on by, check out some of my new work and Dick and Lonnie's stuff too.
Here are the important details:
50 Entertainment and Brick by Brick present:
Echo Through The Waves, A New Vision of Art
50 Entertainment, Inc. (50e) a local music and media company, is opening its Warehouse District office space to serve as an art gallery one evening quarterly to showcase talented Twin Cities artists. The initial event will feature Yuri Arajs, Dick Simonsen and Lonnie Lovness.
This first event will be on Thursday, October 25, 2007 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. which is free and open to the public.
50e’s office space is located at 300 First Avenue North, Suite 110 in the Warehouse District of downtown Minneapolis.
You can also check out more information about the event at: www.echothroughthewaves.com