New Summer Rotational Art Now Up At Brookview And City Hall
June 8, 2019
The work of four local artists is on display through the end of September 2019 at Brookview and City Hall.
Jacque Rosenau has spent most of her creative work exploring mixed materials and organic shapes. When the computer became a viable medium for artists, she found it to be a huge resource for creating without limitations. Learn more here.
Kordula Coleman was born and raised in Germany, in the small town of Trier. She started sculpting with clay as a child with her mother, who was a potter, as her instructor. In 2000 she immigrated to Minnesota, where she rekindled her love for figurative ceramic sculpture, honing her skills and defining her artistic style. Learn more here.
For Mike Solomonson, making art has been fun for as long as he can remember. As a child, and still today, art attracts him because there are no rules. He imagines some people would disagree with that statement, but he doesn’t see any rules for art. Anything is possible. Learn more about Mike here.
Xiaojie Liu is an award-winning illustrator who was born and raised in Enshi, China. She received a Bachelor of Arts in illustration from the Hubei Institute of Fine Arts in 2015 and an Master of Fine Arts in illustration from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2018. Learn more here.