Minnetonka Artist Displays Work in 'Our Earth' Show
Linda Deg Lee's large acrylic painting on canvas titled "Sediba" is part of her study of the systems of living organisms on a primal level.
Flow Art Space in Minneapolis presents the exhibition Our Earth.
Twenty-seven visual artists, including Minnetonka resident Linda Deg Lee, honor, examine, and celebrate our relationship to planet earth using a wide variety of media. This juried group show runs April 18-May 5, with an artist reception on Friday, April 20 from 6-9 p.m.
Minnetonka resident Linda Deg Lee's large acrylic painting on canvas titled "Sediba" is part of her study of the systems of living organisms on a primal level. Concentric cells imply growth, change, process and interconnectivity. The closed cells grow and become more complex with each added ring. Lee's work reminds us of the intricacy and awesome complexity of these ancient yet regenerative building blocks.
Flow Art Space is located in the historic Keg House Arts Building in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. During shows, hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 1-6 p.m. and Saturday from 12-5 p.m. There is free entry and parking.
Flow Art Space was founded in October 2011 by artist and Northeast Minneapolis resident Melissa May Metzler. Our Earth is the seventh group show hosted by the gallery. More images from the show can be seen at www.flowartspace.com. For more information about the show or the gallery, email email@example.com call 612-564-FLOW (3569).