Juried Exhibition


“Are We There Yet”

June 12th – 15th, 2019 | Bethel University, Johnson Gallery, St. Paul, MN

Congratulations to the following artists selected for the Juried Show:

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  • Laura Tabbut; Aural Fix (Juror's Choice; pictured at right), Pollen Field, Little Boxes

  • Sheryl McRoberts; Homage to John the Baptist I

  • Justin Sorensen; Bucket of Juice

  • Rachel Durfee; What I Have Sewn and What I Have Left Undone

  • Tessa Davidson; Common Ground (Painted Panels)

  • Nathan Stromberg; Avocado Range

  • Joe Strickland; S & D Hosiery, Shelby Street, Mixing & Stuffing

  • Carolyn Mount; Work as Prayer/Prayer as Work #22, Work as Prayer/Prayer as Work #24

  • Lauren Evans; Indwelling

  • Meena Matocha; Mourning Into Dancing

  • Justin Groth; Labyrinth: Spirit Meditation, Interstice: Work Morals

  • Lindsey Rothrock; Femininity #1; Femininity #3 

  • Kjellgren Alkire; Labarum

  • Elisa Berry Fonseca; Red Canyon

  • Amy Anderson; Rose (#19)

  • Diane Bywaters; Leadership Forewarning

  • Amy Williams; Community

  • Lyz Wendland; All That Glitters, Part 3


Exhibition juror | Chris Larson

Image courtesy of Daniel del Castillo

Image courtesy of Daniel del Castillo

Bio

Chris Larson is a multi-media artist based in St. Paul MN and is an Associate Professor of Art and the Director of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Minnesota. Since receiving his BFA from Bethel College in 1990 and his MFA from Yale University in 1992, Larson has received numerous awards including a New Work Project Grant from The Harpo Foundation, a Louis Comfort Tiffany Award and most recently was awarded a 2018 McKnight Artist Fellowship and a 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship. He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally at museums and galleries including solo exhibitions at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN, Katonah Museum of Art, NY and his work was included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial in NYC.  In 2018, Larson’s work was included in the 11th Bienal do Mercosul in Porto Alegre, Brazil and a solo 10-year survey exhibition at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, OH. Larson is also the publisher of INREVIEW, a print publication presenting critical responses to art in the Twin Cities. Along with his wife Kristine Zulkosky, they founded Second Shift Studio Space of St. Paul, a nonprofit residency program and gallery serving female creatives in the Minnesota.