Saturday, June 14, 2008
My work has been included in an exhibition at the North Dakota Museum of Art called, "Remembering Dakota". The museum is showing four of my white-on-white, found object pieces -- all inspired by the North Dakota landscape and weather. The show is heavy on photography, but from all different points of view and balanced by some striking 2D and installation pieces in other mediums. There are eerily gorgeous shots of missile sites by Paul Shambroom and Lynn Davis but also an entire wall of wax antlers by Marlene Alt -- quite the variety of views of my home state.
If you are in the neighborhood of Grand Forks, North Dakota this summer, it's worth stopping by the museum to take a look.
The show runs from June 10 through August 10, 2008
at the North Dakota Museum of Art, 261 Centennial Drive, Grand Forks, ND
p.s. A big thanks to Museum Director, Laurel Rueter for including my work in this stunning and varied compilation of work.
Posted by Ingrid Restemayer at 10:44 AM