A new exhibit featuring work by two artists is on view in the social hall October 8 through November 26: Textile Landscapes by Linda Johaneson and Figures of Imagination by Brenna Busse.
At first glance, Linda Johaneson’s “Textile Landscapes” appear to be paintings. However, her artworks are actually created with fabrics and fibers; she felts, fuses, and stitches wool, silk, cotton and synthetic fibers into beautiful landscapes – from Minnesota lake country, to the plains and mountains of Montana. Read more about Linda’s work here.
In Brenna Busse’s “Figures of Imagination,” the artist explores the complexity and meaning of our human-ness. Her figures are mostly clay, accented with colorful acrylic paint, with sticks for limbs. The figures celebrate our connection to nature – to our being nature. Learn more on Brenna’s website here.