Drawing from items in the University’s Adé Bethune Collection, this exhibition commemorates the centennial of artist, writer, and activist Adé Bethune.
This exhibition highlights works from the St. Catherine University Fine Art Collection done by student artists at Immaculate Heart College in Pasadena, CA in the 1950s under the tutelage of famed print artist Sister Corita Kent.
This annual spring event showcases the talent of graduating studio art majors at St. Catherine University.
Installation artist Jody Isaacson installs more than 200 hand dipped life pendulums from the gallery ceiling. Each wax form represents a person, now passed away, from Icaacson's life. One dip for each year of an individual life accumulates into a candle pendulum that represents the time spent to remember each individual. Each relationship builds the installation, the artist’s life history suspended in the gallery.
Patricia Olson's contemporary reinterpretation of a women’s midlife initiation as seen in the Villa of the Mysteries murals in Pompeii.
Eun–Kyung Suh explores the emotional resonance of the transracial adoptees’ experiences in Minnesota.
This series of paintings illustrate the daily routines and individual personalities of institutionalized veterans. Byrd's careful compositions reflect the isolation and desperation of mental illness, which few other artists have explored with such empathy and understanding.
Associate Professor of Studio Art, Todd Deutsch, depicts the unique landscape and the everyday lives of the inhabitants near the convergence of Mississippi and St. Croix Rivers.
Agile mark-makers who share an interest in spontaneity within their respective approaches to painting.
A solo exhibition of Karen Ruch Brown's anthropomorphic ceramic sculptures.
An annual spring exhibition showcasing the talent of graduating studio art majors at St. Catherine University.
Featuring the work of nine St Catherine University studio art alumnae.
An exploration of an unusual element of the built environment: empty pools.
B.J. Christofferson's solo exhibition spans 20 years with work borrowed from 13 private collectors.