Collage/Imagine at Flow Art Space


3-20 December 2014
Artist Reception: Friday, 5 December, 6-9PM


“Collage/Imagine” are concurrent exhibitions featuring the work of 19 artists from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and beyond.

Among the collage artists on display are:

Zach Collins says, “I think of [collage] as evidence of my experience. It is garnered from found, overlooked fragments, discarded objects and vintage imagery collected from off the street, magazines, and second hand stores. I rely on instinct and inner experience as I work; often exploring and experimenting with the element of chance, finding unexpected associations that are created by combining fragmented materials through collage.” Collins is the co-author of the collaborative collage book, Recycled Trophies, published by Maison Kasini.

“I believe we are inextricably tied to our roots,” says Minneapolis-based Carmen Gutierrez-Bolger. “My work draws on my experiences growing up in southern Florida as a Cuban refugee. By merging my personal history with typical Cuban iconography, I fashion narratives that I call memory mash-ups. I use found objects and materials and think of them as artifacts or place holders for memory.”

Washington state-based Lynn Skordal’s piece titled Angels in America #4was created as part of a series of pictures imagining the presence of unlikely angels in various places across America.

(text adapted from materials provided by the gallery)


Flow Art Space
Northern Warehouse, Suite 226
308 Prince Street
St. Paul, Minnesota 55101 USA
(612) 564-3569

Wednesday-Friday, Noon-5PM
Saturday, 11AM-4PM
or by appointment


by Zach Collins
Courtesy of Flow Art Space, St. Paul, Minnesota