Opening night for the Paranormal Art Project (which sits in the gallery above the infamous Haunted Basement) at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis is this Saturday, 10/1, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Come check it out!
This past week we had the Artist Panel about the Paranormal at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley, MN. I was lucky enough to be on the panel and in addition to our lively discussion we were joined by Twin Cities Public Television! MN Originals will be featuring the Paranormal
On Tuesday, August 16th, at 7:00pm we?ll be holding an artist panel and talk on, ?What is the Paranormal in Art?? at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley, MN. It?s also another chance to see this great show of over 100 pieces of original paranormal-themed
The art show that I conceived, co-curated and worked on in 2014 (and started this whole crazy grant project) is back! It opens this Saturday, 7/30/16 at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley, MN! Come check out over 100 works of art from 65 artists from 15 states and Canada.
Thanks to all those who came out to see the UFO paintings at Stochastic arts last week, and those who saw the full glory of The Paranormal Art Project in The Hopkins Center for the Arts. Both shows remain up through the end of the month!
The Paranormal Art project is expanding and growing. Catch up on the new pieces including the one pictured, Wendigo, at the Hopkins Center for the Arts from 6/30/2016-7/31/2016. Opening reception is Thursday, 6/30 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
Check out the 2 new gallery/cases for the Edmund Fitzgerald on the Galery/Cases button on the home page!
The first full showing of The Paranormal Project will be in Cambridge, MN next month. Opening reception is Friday, 5/27 from 5-8pm! www.cambridgecenterforthearts.com for more details!
Met with jurors last night to start reviewing the 2nd Art of Darkness: Inspired by the Paranormal Art Show which will be up this August at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley, MN. Juror Justin Raphael Roykovich (http://www.jrroykovich.com) flew in from Washington DC to judge