In the Inez Greenberg Gallery...
Exhibiting Artist: Sally Brown
July 18 – August 22, 2014
Reception: Friday, July 18, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Artist Talk: Thursday, August 14, 7:00 p.m.
This art installation consists of fifty-five 16”x16” canvases placed side by side to create a continuous band. Individually and collectively these panels express Ms. Brown’s depiction and understanding of the Buddhist teachings of the Dharma, the compelling force of change, and the belief that all things are connected.
About Sally Brown
Sally Brown is a founder of The Woman’s Art Registry of Minnesota (WARM). She is a self-taught artist with a major in History from the University of Minnesota. She learned her craft from the artists of the Twin Cities through private lessons, collegial sessions, and proximity. In spite of the responsibility of a large private teaching practice, she has an extensive exhibition schedule in both Galleries and Museums. Sally designed sets for the Red Eye Collaboration and taught drawing and painting for the Split Rock program at the University of Minnesota and now at The Madeline Island School of the Arts in the summer.
Impermanence (segment #6) by Sally Brown