EXHIBIT June 1 – Sept 23. Artists are drawn to the evocative qualities of flowers. Memories and feelings erupt immediately at the sight or fragrance of a flower. This show is a collection of prints and ceramic works inspired by flowers.
Exhibit: February 1 – May 13, 2022. Selected prints and ceramics from BSU’s Harlow-Kleven teaching collection focus on the process of making art and the results artists achieve.
Exhibit: October 1, 2021 to January 21, 2022. Prints and ceramics selected for the exhibit from BSU’s Harlow-Kleven teaching collection, masterfully demonstrate how artists use color to engage, direct and interact with the viewer.
June 2 – September 17, 2021. A Degree of Connectedness invites you to explore the relationships presented in each image or object.
Exhibit & Online Image Gallery: February 5 – May 21, 2021: From Bemidji State University’s Harlow-Kleven teaching collection, “A Different Way to Look at It” challenges viewers to think about what the artists have achieved in their creation of abstract art.
Exhibit & Virtual Exhibit: November 2, 2020 – January 22, 2021. These selected works from the Harlow/Kleven Collections showcase a collection of ceramic and print work from the BSU collections that focuses on art that “tell“ a story. The objects in the show may illustrate or imply a story that the artist wants the viewer to consider.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT AVAILABLE>> Exhibit through October 15. On display are selected works from the Harlow/Kleven Collections that showcase the ability of line and form to evoke emotion and develop emphasis through variations and distortions.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT AVAILABLE >> Exhibit: February 7 – May 8, 2020
Closing Reception: CANCELLED. The paintings and prints on display reflect her research into new media, which she introduced into the art curriculum at BSU to enhance her students’ scope in the painting and graphics disciplines.
“Other Dimensions” is Natalia Himmirska’s retrospective exhibition, representing works executed during her “Minnesota Period” at Bemidji State University beginning in 2003 until this spring, when she will retire as a full professor.
October 7 – January 24, 2020. “Looking East” is a combination of Japanese and Western prints and functional-use ceramics. In the world of ceramics, the humble tea bowl had a profound effect on the evolution of pottery and potters.
Creating from Nature: Inspiration from the Landscape