We are slowly adding some content to our past (Joseph Nease Gallery in Kansas City) exhibitions on our Exhibitions page. Hope you find some of those previous exhibitions interesting and some context for those artists we continue to work with.
Finally, we got our building permit on June 16 - Interior renovation work to start soon - on our way to a great exhibition space. New roof installation started on June 5 and just some detail work remaining; the building is now weather tight. Before you know it, walls, track lights, and art work will start coming in.
Kathy participated in the 2017 Northern Spark event in Minneapolis / St. Paul. We have uploaded a new video work sample from her on her gallery page that can also be accessed from the Vimeo link below. For more information about the event, go to https://2017.northernspark.org/
Vimeo link https://vimeo.com/220385055
We are very pleased that Heidi Pollard, New Mexico artist and 2016 Joan Mitchell grant awardee, will be showing work at the gallery this fall. We look forward to our new relationship.
Heidi's website is http://heidipollard.com
Rachel Hayes, a nationally recognized artist that creates painterly fabric structures from intimate to the massive scale, will start showing work at the gallery this fall. Rachel showed at JNG in Kansas City early in her career with two solo shows. We will introduce her to this area by showing some interesting, modest size, wall works that relate to her large scale work. Rachel is busy early this summer in San Francisco installing a major piece in a major permanent collection.
Her website is at http://www.rachelbhayes.com
We are working hard with our architect to get our building permit. Who knew it would be this complicated. It should be sorted out soon and we will be on our way to a great exhibition space. New roof installation should start on June 5, weather permitting. We will respect and take care of this great 1916 building.
Mr. Brinsfield will have his first exhibition at JNG V2.0 in Duluth, MN in early summer 2018. Prior to that, stop in and see some of his work already in the gallery. For some background, see the 2011 interview of Mr. Brinsfield with Dr. David Cateforis.
A cropped studio view at right from late 2016 with work in progress.