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Art Exhibitions

Friday, January 25th to Sunday, April 21st Multiple Locations

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The Natural and Surreal

Friday, January 25th to Sunday, April 21st

Coffman Memorial Union, Coffman Art Gallery

Artists Don Luce, Lonnie Broden, and Ashlyn Boehme come together to showcase their work in an exhibition that provokes interpretation of human and natural themes.

Luce aims to evoke a curiosity of the natural through elegant and visually stimulating paintings. He hopes to influence protection of these natural systems through the energy and excitement of nature depicted through his art.

Broden uses various mediums to depict a place immersed in layers and scanned pallets. These pieces then engage an audience in interpretation through their own thoughts and feelings.

Boehme, a senior at UMN-TC studying biology and art, uses her surrealist style to explore human vulnerability through nude figures and detailed landscapes. Her art dives into themes of human vulnerability, dissociation, loneliness and sexuality through color and form. All of these artists and their works combine to curate a space that encourages reflection and discussion.

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Hysteria

Friday, January 25th to Friday, March 8th

St. Paul Student Center, Larson Gallery

"Hysteria," an exhibition by the Women's Art Registry of Minnesota Board, runs from January 25th to March 8th. The Women’s Art Registry of Minnesota connects emerging and professional women artists, encouraging them to create and exhibit art and to increase their participation in the art world. WARM empowers and supports all feminist artists by honoring the legacy of the past and by building a viable future.

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Give and Take

Friday, February 8th to Friday, April 12th

Coffman Memorial Union, Second Floor Gallery

Rachel Weiss uses artistic means to explore the contradictions present in the human experience. Weiss uses paint in a way that allows the medium to act freely, while also controlling the way it creates certain shapes and forms. She relates this to the complex systems of the human brain and how we experience variances like “emotions versus logic, risk versus safety, and feelings versus principles”. By striving to represent this artistically, Weiss successfully creates compelling works that entice and provoke.

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