The current show at the Frameworks Gallery, “Polly Norman – Summer Blast,” offers an unexpected treat—while Norman’s photography alone is worth seeing, it is sharing space with some very fine paintings and sculpture by a diverse group of artists.
“Lucifer’s right behind you,” Roger Williamson’s voice lilted, nodding in my direction. Odd. If anyone else said that to me I’d probably run. Maybe it was the wine. Maybe it was Williamson’s English accent. Continue Reading
What do Ada Wolfe, Alice Hugy, Clara Mairs, Frances Cranmer Greenman and Josephine Lutz Rollins have in common? They are women. They are Minnesotans. They lived between 1876 and 1989. They are among Minnesota’s first generation of women artists. Continue Reading