Abstract Study in Blue, Caitlin Karolczak, collection of the author
It's the third weekend in May, which means its time for the Northeast Minneapolis Art-A-Whirl. I've gotten into the habit of going, there is always something of interest, even if it may not always be the artwork. Most of the studios on the tour are in re-purposed industrial buildings, which sometimes have interesting links to the past:
The very first place I stepped into was the studio of Susan Armington, who was doing a painting/oral history project on the Mississippi River. I talked to her and her most charming volunteer assistant Bridget for a long time about a subject dear to my heart:
There was far too much to talk about in one post, but I'll leave you with this image of a couple of "Art-Cars":
Some people know what great art is when they see it!