2016 WARM Mentor-Protegee Exhibition

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Launching & Landing Exhibition: October 1- 29, 2016
This show represents the culmination of the 2015-2016 WARM Mentor program, which pairs emerging and professional women artists.

Location: Grainbelt Bottling House  71 13th Ave. NE    Minneapolis, MN 55413

Opening ReceptionSaturday, October 8th, 5:30 – 8:30 pm

Artist Talks: Mentors and protegees from the 2015-2016 program will be presenting the stories of their creations. Learn about each artists’ sources of inspiration, how she made the pieces & about her artistic vision.
Open to the Public- future WARM participants are especially encouraged to attend!

Thursday October 13 6:30-8:30pm 
Protegees: Anne Kramer   Annie Hejny   Alexandra Norwick
Mentors:      Kat Corrigan   Michelle Combs   Layl McDill

Sunday October 30 12-2pm
Protegees: Lisa Pemrick   Debra Ripp   Laura Burlis    Holly Tappen
Mentors:  Brenda Litman   Deborah Foutch   Marcie Soderman-Olson

Artists exhibiting are:

Alexandra NorwickAnn RibbensAnne Kramer
Annie HejnyBrenda LitmanCarolina Borja
Carolyn HallidayCatherine RoseClaudia Poser
Debra GeorgeDebra RippDebora Foutch
Denise Minkler MarychDianne MertenEllie Kingsbury
Gena LaMotheHolly TappenJantje Visscher
Karen SearleKarin JacobsKat Corrigan
Kate VinsonCatherine A PalmerLaura Burlis
Layl McDillLinda SnoufferLisa Fratzke
Lisa PemrickMarcie SodermanMichelle Combs
Rochelle WoldorskyRoxanne RichardsShelly Losee
Sherry SivoTina Nemetz

Names in blue have links to blog posts on those artists. To see all of the posts about our exhibitors and the show, click here!

Pieces on view explore the immersive narratives of female artists:

  • connections that grow from the inner self into the outside world;
  • expressions and momentary imprints of the present;
  • tactile, physical, sensual and mental experiences, as well as symbolic references to vibrant cultures and mythological archetypes;
  • irony, esthetics, age, everyday routine, nature, and introspection.

exhibition catalogs are archived here Catalogs and Stories