There’s just a couple weeks left of the show at the Penny George Institute of 28th and Chicago in Minneapolis. If you live in the area, I recommend this show. The curator, Sheila Asata, hung my work with great sensitivity. It’s an intimate and quiet setting to view art. The show comes down the 30th of May.
Coming up on May 18 is a new solo exhibit of my work at “The World’s Smallest Gallery”, set in a coffee shop called the Urban Stampede in Grand Forks, North Dakota (324 Kittson Avenue). This is not such a small space—I’ll be showing 20 works. There are great hours here—7am to 10 pm, Monday through Sunday. I like showing in coffee shops as I appreciate a good cup of joe. I will be participating in the Art Walk in Grand Forks, which is held June 16, 1-5 pm (I’ll be there from 2-4 pm). The show will continue through July 8.
That’s all the news.