Tag Archives: #Minneapolis

Stephanie Clark – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do.   My most recent work concerns my physicality in locale and environment. While residing in different communities over time, my work has become oracular in nature: each painting revealing itself through my time spent … Continue reading

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Kim Matthews – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m a consciousness-based sculptor, meaning that in addition to formal concerns, my work deals with the evolution of consciousness. I started this work as a way to understand what was happening as I got … Continue reading

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Priscilla Briggs – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. I am primarily a lens-based artist, investigating representations of capitalism and consumerism within the global market. I’m particularly interested in the role of advertising imagery as an influential backdrop in the creation and reflection … Continue reading

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MIchael Banning – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I am a realist painter. For the past 10 years my work has mostly focused on images of the urban landscape. Having lived in Minneapolis, Milwaukee, and now Chicago, I’m particularly interested in the … Continue reading

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Neal Calvin Peterson – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. For me, concept always supersedes medium. As a result, my work has included a variety of audio, video, projection, graphic design, and a bit of traditional media. I strive for different and beautiful—beautiful being … Continue reading

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Betsy Byers – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work that you do. I paint to discover and imagine our intimate relationship with the environment in an abstract form. My paintings are an intersection of bodily senses, memory and process. Influenced by phenomenology, my studio practice … Continue reading

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