Crossing Arts presents its newest exhibition 'Costume Party', A Halloween Themed Exhibition with artwork by Jim Cook, Gregory Dirr, Martin Nelson, Tony Powers, and Chase Vreeland.
'Costume Party', is a fun, weird, and spooky exhibition featuring the artwork of five artists from across the country. Artists Jim Cook, Gregory Dirr, Martin Nelson, Tony Powers, and Chase Vreeland, all focus on the idea of a Halloween party in this exhibit, with each piece on display incorporating figurative imagery of a costume or mask, both recognizable and somewhat imagined, that one may wear this time of year. As you move through the gallery, you'll feel like you are walking through a party full of interesting creatures and characters all dressed up around you. From acrylic and mixed media pieces, works featuring collage, digital illustrations, and scratchboard art, this exhibition will be sure to keep you engaged, all while putting you in the Halloween spirit.
Opening October 19, this exhibition will be on display in our gallery through October 30.
This exhibition is funded, in part, by the voters of Minnesota through grants from Five Wings Arts Council and the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.