Walker Fine Art • Denver, Colorado • September 6 – November 2, 2019
Read a review of this exhibit in WestWord newspaper here.
Art of the Garden
Schack Art Center
June 20-August 31, 2019
Karin Schminke showed three pieces in this juried exhibit. The show was described as “A vibrant collection…to enhance the garden and bring the Garden into the home.” Shown above installed in the exhibit is “March (Awakening)” 32 x 48 inches, Pigment ink, Unryu paper and acrylics on aluminum.
In September 2018, Karin was one of the featured artists in an exhibit in Denver titled “The Space Between” at Walker Fine Art.
Exhibit description from the gallery:
In this exhibition, Walker Fine Art explores the physical manifestation of visual mediation. As the featured artists in The Space Between balance the negative space in their artistic compositions, a meditative practice also forms. It is within this tranquil search, the space between can reveal its harmonious power.
The exhibit ran September 14 through November 4. Photos of the exhibit courtesy of Walker Fine Art can be viewed here.
Above: Work from the “Garden Journal” Series, each 11.5 x 11.5 inches. Laser cut and etched painted Baltic birch panel.
“State Change” temporarily installed in residence. Pumice on surface creates a dense black to contrast with light reflecting-aluminum above.
Exhibits and Installations
To view images of Karin’s exhibit at Walker Fine Art in 2016 featuring an installation of cut wood and metal screens, follow this link.
Photos of Karin’s LED lit installation in the exhibit “Tectonic SHIFT • Dynamics of Change” in Denver in 2016 can be viewed here.