Minnesota brush painter Bob Schmitt presents seven previous unexhibited graphic prints alluding to experiences in one’s own inner life:
- ordinary radiance
- reckless abandon
Accompanying these images are seven separate pieces expressing each allusion in Chinese calligraphy.
Discover experience that often exists in places beyond words.
Conversations with artist Bob Schmitt:
Opening and Conversation with the Artist
Tuesday, January 28, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Artist Reflection: “Allusions or illusions?”
Tuesday, February 25, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Bob Schmitt is a Quaker and a student and teacher of Chinese calligraphy and painting who lives and paints a stone’s throw from Minnehaha Falls. He began brush painting as a 12-year-old watching public television and has studied weekly with a Chinese painting master for over 20 years.
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