Here’s just a small preview of what to expect from collaborators Jacob Schroeder and Ashley Seiwert! You don’t want to miss seeing all 20 paintings from them this Saturday at the SSCA Gallery!

Here’s just a small preview of what to expect from collaborators Jacob Schroeder and Ashley Seiwert! You don’t want to miss seeing all 20 paintings from them this Saturday at the SSCA Gallery!

(Source: ourobrosartshow)

Today we began printing off our personal invitations for the opening event on April 27th! Be sure to mark your calendars and check your mailboxes, the show is just right around the corner!

Today we began printing off our personal invitations for the opening event on April 27th! Be sure to mark your calendars and check your mailboxes, the show is just right around the corner!

Featured artist: Jeff Tuura

Our final artist featured in the (ôr-rŏb’-ôr-rŭs) art show is Jeff Tuura. Jeff is currently a junior Drawing/Painting major at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Within much of Jeff’s work, he is interested in creating work that showcases kinetic energy represented in drawings, paintings and sculptures. He also creates introspective moments of our relationship between man and nature in drawings and paintings of various mediums.

Official Facebook Event Page

If you live in and around the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, be sure to check out this official Facebook event page and click “Going”! More information about gallery location, parking and gallery hours can be found in the event description HERE

Featured artist: Kassandra Huynh

Our 5th featured artist is Kassandra Huynh, A Furniture Design major at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Kassandra’s work tip-toes the lines of furniture design, sculpture and fashion apparel. Her work embraces asymmetry brought on by the investigation of the fold and the curve.

For more on Kassandra’s work be sure to look through her official website here: http://www.kassandrahuynh.com/

Featured artist: Jacob Aaron Schroeder

Next we are featuring is Jacob Aaron Schroeder. Jacob is currently a junior Drawing/Painting major at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Switching between drawing, painting and photography, Jacob is primarily concerned with creating work that studies how identities are formed, specifically through food & drink and sexuality.

To see more of Jacob’s work be sure to check out his official website here: http://www.jacobaaronschroeder.com/  or his process blog here: http://jacobaaronschroeder.tumblr.com/

Featured artist: Hanan Rddad

Another of our 6 featured artists is Hanan Rddad. Hanan is currently a junior Drawing/Painting major at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Hanan’s work is primarily concerned with identity, in which she often references her own cultural heritage for inspiration. Her work is traditionally 2-dimensional, but as of recently has incorporated 3-dimensional elements into new work.

For more of Hanan’s work please check out her website here: http://cargocollective.com/hanansharifa

Featured artist: Ashley Seiwert

Our next featured artists is abstract painter and object maker Ashley Seiwert. Ashley is currently a junior Drawing/Painting major at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design that creates large-scale, dense abstract paintings and more recently paintings representative of objects.

To check out more of Ashley’s work, be sure to visit her Cargo Collective here: http://cargocollective.com/ashleyseiwert

Featured Artist: Hilary Greenstein

The first of 6 featured artists is painter Hilary Greenstein. A senior Drawing/Painting major at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design is known for her thick application of paint and highly emotive paintings that deal with issues such as memory and loss.

Be sure to check out more of her work on her official website here: http://hilarygreenstein.com/

Exhibition Statement

The ouroboros is an ancient symbol rich with meaning that is now responsible for bringing together 6 different artists to create work for this new exhibition. Below is their artist statement that further explains the concept of the ouroboros within their work:

(ôr-rŏb’-ôr-rŭs) is an exploration of the concept of self-reflexive creation within our own artistic practices. This idea will be presented through the combination of individual and collaborative pieces including paintings, installations, sculpture, fashion and furniture. All together, this body of work will emphasize the eternal return of self-reflexivity.