Art Exhibition: Jim Denomie
Jim Denomie Exhibition, "Fearless"
January 14 – February 8 in the Conkling Gallery
Artist Lecture: January 29th at 7pm in Ostrander Auditorium (free and open to the public)
Artist Reception: January 28 following lecture at 8pm
Jim Denomie is primarily a painter whose subject matter includes social, political and historical narrative, spiritual and erotic dreamscape, and creative portraiture. A member of the Lac Courte Oreilles band of Ojibwe in northern Wisconsin, he has lived in Minneapolis, MN most of his life. Since graduating from the U of MN in 1995, Denomie has exhibited in over 120 group and solo exhibitions nationally and inter-nationally and has been awarded six major fellowships including from the McKnight, the Bush and Joan Mitchell foundations, amongst other awards. His work is also in the permanent collections of numerous prestigious museums including the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
To view Denomie’s work please visit http://bockleygallery.com/artist_denomie/.
Gallery hours: 9:00am – 4:00pm Monday through Friday and some evenings as coverage permits. Call 507-389-6412 for more information.
Made possible by the Department of Art and the Nadine B. Andreas Endowment Program.