Cathryn Peters was selected to exhibit one of her deer antler basket sculptures along with 29 other talented artisans from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota at the 18th Annual Juried Art Exhibition in August at the MacRostie Art Center Gallery in Grand Rapids, MN.
Cathryn has been weaving her signature antler baskets since 1990. Her antler baskets grace homes, publications, art shows and galleries throughout the country.
This 18th annual juried art exhibit at the MacRostie Art Center, takes place the entire month of August with an Opening Reception on Friday, August 6, 5-7pm.
Juror Daryn Lowman, art instructor at Hibbing Community College selected 35 works of art from 30 artists representing a wide variety of two-or three-dimensional media. Artists from the region and surrounding states were invited to submit work samples of up to two pieces in each of the two categories.
Juror Daryn Lowman will also be exhibiting his own ceramic work entitled, “Flux” in the Minnesota Gallery at MacRostie. Lowman says of his ceramic work, “As a ceramic term the word flux means to melt or make fluid. The intention for this show is to bring together works that display the transitions of flux as a material and as a connection to daily life.”
For more information about this exhibition, contact the MacRostie Art Center, 405 NW 1st Ave. Grand Rapids, MN 55744 or call (218) 326-2697 or visit on the web at MacRostieArtCenter.org