In the Gallery

Julia Redner

Abstract painting with bright shapes and lines, including two faces and hands in conversations. They have dark complexion and black hair.
Abstract painting with bright shapes and lines

Exhibit Dates

May 16 – June 28, 2024

SMAC Gallery

509 W Main Street, Marshall, MN 56258
(Mailing address: PO Box 55)

 

Regular office hours are:  Monday-Friday 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm

 

Events

In-person Artist Reception 

Thursday, May 16 from 5-7 pm at the SMAC Gallery, 509 West Main Street, Marshall. 

 

Special musical guest Tom Listul (of Clarkfield) from 5-6 pm at the in-person reception.

Light refreshments provided.

 

 

Virtual Artist Reception, Gallery Tour & Artist Talk

Thursday, May 30 at 5:30 pm on Zoom.

 

Zoom Link

Meeting ID: 890 0715 9297

Passcode: 532531

Julia Redner

Please help SMAC welcome our next gallery exhibit featuring large format artwork by JULIA REDNER (Echo). This exhibit will be in the SMAC Gallery in downtown Marshall at 509 West Main Street from May 16 – June 28, 2024.

Redner received a SMAC Artist Growth grant in 2023 to a create a massive work that will show the extent of her fine line work.

Julia Redner Bio

Redner received honors earning her Studio Fine Arts degree at the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2022. She’s a practicing artist and a K-12 art teacher at an area charter school. Always having a brush or pencil in hand, she made her path by observing the varied condition of the human species through her characterizations of random subjects and inserting them into abstract environments. She has always been drawn to the human figures depicted in savagely colored and textured spaces, floating about with no beginning nor end to their world. Having strong roots in watercolors, inks and gel pens, she has now transitioned to acrylic paints for their strong flat colors and bold definition. Julia has been exhibited in many online and in-person galleries in California. 

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. Funding provided by the McKnight Foundation. Minnesota thrives when its artists thrive. The McKnight Foundation supports working artists to create and contribute to vibrant communities.

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