Category: exhibits

October 30, 2012

Long Range

Filed under: exhibits — mas @ 6:49 pm

I will be exhibiting work at The Phipps in just a little over 2 years from now. I’ll keep you updated.

September 24, 2011


These two photos will be part of an exhibition at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts, starting with an opening on October 13 and running until November 3.

September 1, 2011


Filed under: exhibits — mas @ 10:09 am

Twelve of my photos will be exhibited starting tomorrow at Blue Moon Coffee Cafe on 39th Ave. and Lake St. They should be there for the whole month of September.

February 24, 2010


Filed under: Collector Prints,exhibits — mas @ 7:14 pm

I hardly ever enter juried shows, but  I had to enter this one.  The following image will be shown, framed, 16×20, at Intermedia Arts from March 19 – April 16.  Intermedia Arts is at 2822 Lyndale in Minneapolis. The opening is March 19th from 7-10.  Hope to see you there.

Catalog No. 091202010

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February 15, 2010

Last Minute Decision

Filed under: Collector Prints,exhibits — mas @ 7:48 pm

At the request of the curator, this photo will be included in the show with Chris Faust at the Springfield Art Association.

Catalog No. 080315146

May 23, 2007


Filed under: exhibits,News — mas @ 9:03 am

I’ve had two pieces accepted for inclusion in a show at the  Maine Center for Contemporary Art, August 11-September 29.  The show is curated by Britta Konau.

October 16, 2006

Chiaroscuro at MIA

Filed under: exhibits,museums,painting and photography — mas @ 4:58 pm

The Minneapolis Institute of Art has an exhibition of paintings, including work from 16th century Italy. Those works are some of my favorite because of the spectacular quality of light achieved by the artists. It appears that there is an external spotlight, but since there is not, it appears as if the paint itself is emanating light.

The reason I like this, besides its aesthetic quality, is that it is one of the major objectives of photography. Photography is often defined as “painting with light,” but one of the techniques, chiaroscuro, meaning bright and dark, was actually developed by painters, not photographers. Or were they? If photography is painting with light, and these early Italian painters used material in their paint which actually creates light, maybe they were actually photographers.

All wild speculation aside, this should be a great show.

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