Como Zoo and Conservatory
The Zhangye Danxia is a unique landform found in China. The mountain range seems to be made of candy-bright stripes of different sedimentary rock layers that have been forced upwards and carved down by time, revealing slices of Earth’s colorful past.
This little piece is part of the Light Grey Art Lab show Macro & Micro (Minerals category), which will be opening this Friday in Minneapolis, MN. Check out the site for more info. You can also buy this print or any of the other pieces in the show HERE! I am floored by all the awesome art that was made for this show, and really honored to just be a part of one of LGAL’s awesome exhibitions!
Come explore the natural world, the mysterious formations, and curious imagery at Light Grey Art Lab’s newest exhibition: Macro + Micro!
Ninety international artists celebrate their inner scientist to present a magnified look into the curious lives and existences of microscopic species, crystalline minerals, poisonous plants, and unidentified growths in order to create a sense of discovery and learning. Divided into four categories: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral, and Everything Else, Macro + Micro tries to give a glimpse into as many corners of the natural world as possible.
We’ll be having an opening reception April 19th, from 7-10pm! Come by and enjoy the art, music, and refreshments provided by Whole Foods! There will also be an interactive papercraft entomology display, where visitors will be able to craft handmade critters, name them and pin them to the a display case within the gallery!
RSVP via the Facebook Event Page!
Remember, the Opening Reception is Friday, April 19th from 7- 10 PM! We’re located on the corner of Stevens Ave and 26th Street - right across from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. Street parking is available on Stevens, 26th and 1st Ave.
See you there!
leafy lichen sketches