I’m excited to have two of my favorite city bike photographs in Altered Esthetics‘ 7th Annual Bike Art show, opening June 1st. Be sure to stop by the gallery through the month of June, especially if you’re taking part in NE Ride! Altered Esthetics is sponsoring the wrap party on Saturday night!
The first piece, Italian Bike, features the sexy Bianchi from the 365 project. I still delight at that peek of the skyline in the chrome of the handlebar.
The second is a dreamy, multi-layered reflection that had me thinking of Magritte back in 2010 when I first posted it. These days, I’m calling it Vélo Under Glass.
I’m excited to announce the first of several group exhibitions I’ll be part of in the coming months: Formed by Nature.
The show was curated by Altered Esthetics, a non-profit community art gallery located in the Q.Arma Building in Northeast Minneapolis. The show features artwork using natural materials or expressing “an unprocessed experience of the natural world”.
Formed by Nature Invitation
My submission (see below) is an abstract composition formed by natural processes: an invasion of silty-green algae arranged by wind and water. The image was featured in this blog post during the 365 project.
Altered Esthetics will be open throughout Art-a-Whirl, the popular Northeast Minneapolis art festival and open studio tour.