Art Exhibits: As We Are, Vision Loss Resources

Artists with disabilities are part of a number of current art exhibits:

In the foreground a dark-skinned, short-haired person in blue/red shirt; behind, a white ghostly image of a face with dark eyes, nostrils, pink lips looking at the image in front.

Cecile Bellamy – My Muse 3

The new exhibit at Vision Loss Resources, 1936 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, features the artwork of Cecile Bellamy of Minneapolis and Holly Tappen of Roseville. Part of a rotating series of exhibits coordinated by VSA Minnesota, the art will be in VLR’s lobby Monday-Friday, 8:00–4:30, through January 2018. See our exhibit page for more details about the artists and artwork. For more info: VLR: 612-871-2222; VSA Minnesota: 612-332-3888.

The Minnesota State Arts Board is presenting AS WE ARE, a visual arts showcase featuring more than 35 Minnesota visual artists with disabilities. The artists produced work with the support of an Arts Board grant, either as individual artist grantees or through organizations serving individuals with disabilities. The art forms represented include photography, drawing, mixed media, and painting.

Out of a bright yellow background a reddish eyeball with dark lashes stares from between two outreached hands.

Mark Davison’s painting “Living an Inspired Life”

Five who participated in VSA Minnesota’s statewide Mural Project in 2015: Mark Davison (Living an Inspired Life), Dunji Diego (Untitled), Cecile Bellamy (Dahlia Girl), Samantha Esguerra (Touch & See), Stacey O’Connell (Untitled). Other artists include: Shirley Atkinson, Sherry Bartholomew, Elizabeth Blair, Braun, Cerenity 512 Poets, Carl Clark, Vance Diamond, Jeanette Dorrian, Michael Dvorak, Delores Erbele, Christi Furnas, Deb Geelsdottir, Kailin Gyusti-Brown, Sarah Hannah, Peggy LaBlanc, Margie Lindberg, Lucianna Linkert,Jill Lynne Ness, Gayle Olson, Jane Parrish, Orrin Qualley, John Roberts, Anne Sawyer-Aitch, Don Sundeen, Derek Swing, Liza Sylvestre, Philip Teravskis, Tim Traver, Stephanie Wilcox, Anita Zurn. The exhibit in the Arts Board offices, 400 Sibley Street, Suite 200, St. Paul, opened during the Saint Paul Art Crawl and continues through February during office hours, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. For more info, contact or 651-215-1617.

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