Monday, June 4, 2018


The JUNEBUG ARTCRAWL, June 16, 10-4

You can also view the most up to date map on the website at:

Wednesday, May 30, 2018



JUNEBUG ARTCRAWL is presented by COPA. COPA stands for Corcoran/Powderhorn Artists - and there are plenty of us! 

Corcoran and Powderhorn are distinct and active neighborhoods nestled in the hub of South Minneapolis. COPA was formed in 2016 to celebrate the many and varied artists that make up our communities.

Our yearly art crawl is when we open our workspaces to meet our neighbors and they, in turn, get to see what artistic talents are living next-door. It's a great opportunity to tour private studios, connect with the artists, and purchase original work.   

There will be jewelry, embroidery, fiber, painting, games, ceramics. animation and more! This year John Akre is bringing a Community Animation Project to Susan Hensel Gallery.  Susan will be exhibiting her digital embroidery in the windows of the gallery; Marcus Larson on 35th st will be showing painting; Sara Stamschror-Lott will exhibit jewelry; Charles Knutson will be showing his well known historic games and accessories...and so much more. 

Keep checking the website.  The artist list will be updated regularly and the interactive map for 2018 will go live soon.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

This is the last week for Platonic Dualities

Kim Matthews and I really do hope you will make the drive to Robbinsdale to see the show.  It is only about 10 minutes up highway 100 from Lake Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska.

Open Saturday, May 26, noon-4 and by appointment.

Gallery 5004, Robbinsdale, MN

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

A few pictures from Platonic Dualities

There is a lot to see in this show.  It will be open again on Saturday, May 19, noon-4pm, and by appointment.  
Gallery 5004, Robbinsdale, MN

photos courtesy of Danielle Moler and Tim Rummelhof

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Platonic Dualities is open until 5/26/18

Platonic Dualities, recent work by Kim Matthews and Susan Hensel, at Gallery 5004, Robbinsdale, MN.  Open Saturdays, noon-4 and by appointment.

Waiting for the first guest
a beautiful entry!
Awaiting the party
Let the party begin!

photos courtesy of Danielle Moler and Tim Rummelhoff