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[BKARTS] Reader's Art 6 opens soon in Minneapolis

READER'S ART 6 Opens Saturday, March 4, with a
reception from 5-9pm.

For six years, Susan Hensel, of Susan Hensel Gallery
in Minneapolis,  has been celebrating Reading Month
and Library Month by curating Reader?s Art a national
show of artists books due to open Saturday, March 4
and run through April 26. 

Reader?s Art 6: changing the wind has a loose theme of
change this year.  Artists were told to consider
personal, political or spiritual aspects of change.
Twenty nine artists from 13 states are exhibiting 43
books of various sorts. Some are sculptural, some are
sly, some are funny, some are quiet, some are sad, one
is free! 

Artists showing are:
Alicia Bailey, Aileen Bassis, Mary Britten Clouse,
Betsey Dollar, Nora Dombrock,Mike Elko, Laura
Gajdostik, Karen Hanmer, Ron Huxley, Linda K. Johnson,
Amanda Kalinoski,Aimee Lee, Mary Ellen Long, Elizabeth
Adams Marks, Marilyn Moore, Bea Nettles, Tara O'Brian,
Sara Loosen Otto, Amee Pollack and Laurie Spitz,
Jaimie Runnells, Kellie Schweich, Jackie Shearer,Alice
Simpson, Jessica Spring, Nancy Topolski, Abigail
Uhteg, Patricia Way and Marshall Weber.

Reader?s Art  is always a mix of well known and new
book artists.  This year, as part of the mission of
outreach to the community, the Susan Hensel Gallery is
exhibiting the visual journals of a group of high
school students from Hudson, Wisconson.

To see some of the show online go to

To see the show in person on other days, call first.

Susan Hensel
BFA '72, U of Michigan

Susan Hensel Gallery
Susan Hensel Design, LLC
3441 Cedar Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55407
phone/fax 612 722-2324

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