Nicole Houff, Aaron Wittkamper and Philip Noyed
Exhibition of varied media featuring works from three Minneapolis-based artists
- Opening Reception
- Sat Oct 14th 6PM - 9PM CST
- On View
- Oct 14th - Jan 31st
801 N Washington Ave
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Nicole is a Minneapolis photographer with a mild obsession with Barbie and Ken. Influenced by imagery from the 50s and 60s, she creates scenes with the dolls that have a sense of whimsy mixed with a little sarcasm.
Aaron has an ongoing exploration into the notion of reality as an entanglement of multi-nodal viewpoints. These paintings describe a duality of the infinite collective versus the specter of unique individuality. The abstract characters embody the initial vestiges of a describable being, fading in and out of the eternal moment we refer to as reality.
Philip creates luminous art that explores light, color and space in two and three dimensions. His Geometric Illumination series is based on a reinterpretation of photography using holographic rainbow vinyl to create shimmering rainbow colored surfaces on Geometric Mobiles, Geometric Abstraction 3-D Paintings complete with 3-D glasses to maximize the 3-D viewing experience, Sign and Cosign Sculptures to create a large-scale installation.
Opening reception Saturday, October 14th, 2017, 6pm to 9pm
Music by Hope Dunbar
Art at 801 Gallery promotes art to neighborhood residents and art lovers through periodic openings, gallery style presentations, exclusive access to private showings and artist talks.