Inside Ochre Creative Studios.
Fargo is fortunate to have a new emerging artist collective consisting of eight visual artists who share Ochre Creative Studios, a 1,200 square foot contemporary studio and gallery space. The artists’ three-stall garage studio, located behind the Teamster building in downtown Fargo, opened in Spring 2016 after several students at NDSU decided […]
Meg Spielman Peldo, Wild, 2015, Digital pigment print, 20 x 40 in.
In Spotlight on Crawl Founders, the Museum presents a selection of artworks by four founders of the FMVA Studio Crawl—Dale Cook, Ellen Jean Diederich, Jon Offutt, and Meg Spielman Peldo—as a preview of the 12th Annual Crawl set for the first weekend in October.
Common Thread is a solo exhibition of recent work by artist/educator Laura Youngbird from Breckenridge, Minn. In this exhibition, Youngbird presents two series of portraits featuring friends, family, and important Native artists and scholars such as George Morrison, Gwen Westerman, and Jason Kingbird. She also premieres several new series of prints, featuring descriptive titles such […]
Julie Buffalohead, an enrolled member of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, is a Minnesota-based artist who has enjoyed both critical and popular success with her playful yet provocative drawings and paintings. This mid-career survey of her work is a traveling exhibition organized by the Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul.
Buffalohead’s work challenges stereotypes of […]
In Todd Hebert: Selected Works 1999–2014, Plains Art Museum presents a 15 year survey of paintings and works on paper made by native North Dakotan Todd Hebert, who teaches in the Department of Art and Design at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks.
Hebert is drawn to temporal subjects and seasonal motifs because they […]
2014 marks the 11th anniversary of the annual Fargo Moorhead Visual Artists (FMVA) Studio Crawl, scheduled for October 4 and 5. Pop into Plains Art Museum for a preview of this year’s participating artists, whose artworks span a diverse range of media and styles. Studio Crawl guides are available at the Museum to help you […]
In Trail Dust and Sentiment, Fargo-based artist Sabrina Hornung presents two bodies of work: mixed media transparencies and cyanotypes. Hornung specializes in blending traditional and alternative photography processes with drawing, painting, and collage. The artist is a native North Dakotan, and her subjects focus on the people and places of the state’s prairie landscape.
A talented colorist, […]
Stop in at the Plains to get a special preview of works across a range of mediums by the 40+ artists in the Fargo-Moorhead Visual Artists (FMVA) Studio Crawl. We’re hosting a reception for these talented artists on September 25, which will give you a point of reference for the various studios as you plan […]
NDSU Professor of Painting Kim Bromley’s newest large-scale series of oil paintings focuses on the metaphorical themes in Herman Melville’s American epic novel Moby-Dick. Bromley merges his own subjective and personal narrative with images culled directly from the novel, demonstrating the book’s ability and power to remain relevant more than 150 years after being published. […]
Presenting painting, prints, and installation, this exhibition showcases new work by regional painter Jessica Wachter. Her contemporary mixed media work is strongly gestural, often containing personal celebrations, struggles, joys, loves, and losses. Wachter expresses these personal experiences through her use of color, texture, and composition. Working with abstraction, the artist seeks to imbue the work […]