Tomorrow, Friday, January 25th, is the opening reception for Light Grey Art Lab’s Message in a Bottle show! I (and all the other talented participants from the Resolve to Make 2013 workshop) have a piece in the show!
Here’s the event summary from their site:
Message In A Bottle is all about cryptic messages, hidden secrets, ancient illusions! Curated by Light Grey Art Lab’s own Lindsay Nohl, it’s a show where the artwork is on display to be poured over, studied and deciphered.
The opening reception for Message In A Bottle is from 7-10 PM on Friday, January 25th. You’ll definitely want to be there! The exhibit includes several pieces of interactive artwork, including a piece that consists of coordinates and an inkpad. Visitors are invited to use their fingerprint to make a mark on a gridded canvas. Slowly, a message will appear, and a secret will be revealed!
The exhibition will feature a limited edition print for those people that are the first to find the hidden images in the pieces, an interactive decoding piece, and walls and walls of art containing intimate secrets and mesmerizing detail!
Jackie Batey will also be joining us as a featured artist for this exhibition, as well as a collection of work from Kali Ciesemier’s MAKE 2013 workshop.
RSVP via the Facebook Event Page!
Remember, the Opening Reception is Friday, January 25th from 7- 10pm! We’re located on the corner of Stevens Ave and 26th Street – right across from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. Street parking is available on Stevens, 26th and 1st Ave.
See you there!
Sounds amazing, right?! Light Grey always has the most fabulous exhibitions with pieces from such fabulous young illustrators and I’m so honored and lucky to have my work displayed among them! Hopefully this isn’t the last time you get to see my work there. :) Here’s a little sneak peek of my illustration…
I’ll reveal the whole piece next week! Our pieces each have letter clues that spell out a secret message! Oooo, so mysterious and awesome! I won’t spoil the whole piece until after the opening.
If you live in or around the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, GO! Especially if you’ve never been to a Light Grey opening. They are the sweetest, most passionate group of folks and I know you’ll have a blast! I wish I could make it back up there! :(