Thanks for your interest in this show. This art show was originally made possible by a SEMAC grant thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
You can see portraits of 16 different women who have made or are making important contributions to society. These women range from many different cultures and some are alive while others have passed away.
This show will be at 125 Live in Rochester MN from October until January 1, 2022. Call to find out their COVID procedures and ask if it is free to see the art there. It has been free in the past, but things can change. Here is the phone number. 507-287-1404
If the dates of this show change due to COVID, I will post that information here.
In the meantime, I am going to begin work on self publishing a short book with the portraits and brief bios of all the women. More information on that will come later.
I’m trying to update my site more this year. Here are some pictures of up-cycled clothing and blank cards. I’ll be at Salem Glen Winery this weekend August 21-22. Feel free to contact me for more information. Thanks for looking in.
Here are some vending dates and places I will be this summer.
July 24, Grey Duck Theater, Rochester MN 9am-1pm August 21-22 Salem Glen Winery, Rochester MN 12-5pm September 18 Med City Art Festival, Rochester MN 10amSeptember 25 Rochester Pride Festival, Rochester MN 12 – 5 pm Unitarian Bazaar, Rochester MN 10 – 4pm I would love to see you at any of these places. Until we meet again, art on and art as well as you can.
This is the title of my art show currently at the Rochester Art Center in Rochester Minnesota. This show features sixteen women who are have made positive contributions to society though they are not all widely known.
Here are some pictures of the fiber portraits. Plans for a book about this art show and the women featured are underway.
Enjoy the portraits, learning about the women, and I hope it inspires you to find out even more about them.
This art show was made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage fund in Minnesota.
I’m excited to say I got a SEMAC grant to make a show about women I find amazing, but are not well known. I’ve been working on their fiber protists and a banner for it. Here are some sneak peek pictures.