Currently scheduled for exhibition


The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery November 4 – December 15, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, November 4, 6 – 8 p.m. Conversation with the Curator: Wednesday, November 15, 7 p.m. Join us for an informal Q&A between the artist and gallery director Nicole Watson. website All events are free and open to the public. Building upon her recent Loving series – mixed-media portraits of interracial families in the Twin Cities – Minneapolis painter Leslie Barlow continues to investigate the complex narratives of race and identity, and the politics of visibility and representation. This show introduces new paintings to the series, including images of the artist’s family, revealing her personal experiences as a mixed-race woman living in Minnesota.

The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery

November 4 – December 15, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 4, 6 – 8 p.m.
Conversation with the Curator: Wednesday, November 15, 7 p.m.
Join us for an informal Q&A between the artist and gallery director Nicole Watson.

website

All events are free and open to the public.

Building upon her recent Loving series – mixed-media portraits of interracial families in the Twin Cities – Minneapolis painter Leslie Barlow continues to investigate the complex narratives of race and identity, and the politics of visibility and representation. This show introduces new paintings to the series, including images of the artist’s family, revealing her personal experiences as a mixed-race woman living in Minnesota.


US Bank Stadium Art Collection Selected from over 1,100 submissions, 34 Minnesota-based artists were chosen to be commissioned by the Vikings to create new artwork for the new U.S. Bank Stadium.  Artwork will be installed and viewable by the opening 2016 football season.   Read more here: StarTribune Article Vikings.com Article

US Bank Stadium Art Collection

Selected from over 1,100 submissions, 34 Minnesota-based artists were chosen to be commissioned by the Vikings to create new artwork for the new U.S. Bank Stadium.  Artwork will be installed and viewable by the opening 2016 football season.  

Read more here:

StarTribune Article

Vikings.com Article

In a Gallery Far, Far Away December 14th-16th, 2017 Party Night: December 16th 7pm-11pm $5 & costumes encouraged  website FEATURED ARTISTS: Benja Wuest, Blaine Garrett, Bleach, Brook Thompson, CL Martin, Cory Favre, Dani Frame, Drake Johnson, Tony “Etones” Larson, Erik Tiberius Lervold, Erin Sayer, Jacob Eidem, James Kloiber, Jeff Bockenhauer, Jesse Golfis, Jesse Quam, Joe Rheault, Kurtis Johnson, Leslie Barlow, Mark Dean, Mark Lone, Matt Ihle, Russ White, Sean Lynch In A Gallery Far, Far Away... presents a celebration of Star Wars, paying homage to the franchise while including a variety of artists from different backgrounds working in various media, showcasing that Star Wars is not defined by George Lucas or Disney, but belongs to the fans.   Whether you love it or hate it, Star Wars has been an influence on your life. Marking its 40th anniversary this year, spanning a multitude of media and connecting generations, the Star Wars franchise is pervasive to modern life. Even if you haven’t seen the films, countless musicians, artists, filmmakers and more have been shaped by the Star Wars-verse, the extensive range of products that have helped bring “nerd” culture into the mainstream. The eighth installment, Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens December 14th, and Gamut’s original crew members Mark Dean and Kurtis “Kujo” Johnson thought it fitting to present a Minneapolis artists’ ode to Star Wars: In A Gallery Far, Far Away...  

In a Gallery Far, Far Away

December 14th-16th, 2017
Party Night: December 16th 7pm-11pm $5 & costumes encouraged 

website

FEATURED ARTISTS: Benja Wuest, Blaine Garrett, Bleach, Brook Thompson, CL Martin, Cory Favre, Dani Frame, Drake Johnson, Tony “Etones” Larson, Erik Tiberius Lervold, Erin Sayer, Jacob Eidem, James Kloiber, Jeff Bockenhauer, Jesse Golfis, Jesse Quam, Joe Rheault, Kurtis Johnson, Leslie Barlow, Mark Dean, Mark Lone, Matt Ihle, Russ White, Sean Lynch

In A Gallery Far, Far Away... presents a celebration of Star Wars, paying homage to the franchise while including a variety of artists from different backgrounds working in various media, showcasing that Star Wars is not defined by George Lucas or Disney, but belongs to the fans.  

Whether you love it or hate it, Star Wars has been an influence on your life. Marking its 40th anniversary this year, spanning a multitude of media and connecting generations, the Star Wars franchise is pervasive to modern life. Even if you haven’t seen the films, countless musicians, artists, filmmakers and more have been shaped by the Star Wars-verse, the extensive range of products that have helped bring “nerd” culture into the mainstream. The eighth installment, Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens December 14th, and Gamut’s original crew members Mark Dean and Kurtis “Kujo” Johnson thought it fitting to present a Minneapolis artists’ ode to Star Wars: In A Gallery Far, Far Away...