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July 30 - Aug 25
Lou Lou & Steph Kunze

July 30 to September 8, 2018, Crossings at Carnegie will be running a six week exhibit of works by artists Lou Lou and Steph Kunze. The exhibit is located in the gallery of Crossings at Carnegie, and is open and free to the public for viewing.  

In conjunction with the six-week exhibit, there will be an artist’s reception held on August 25, 2018  6:30pm - 7:45pm. The public will have a chance to see and purchase the art, and speak with the artists. Wine, appetizers and desserts will be served. This event is free and open to the public.

Lou Lou has always amused an unconventional style whether attire or artistic. Flora inspires her. For before pinks burst from buds an entire flower is green. Light lights Lou: sunlight, starlight and fire on female faces have lead her to creative places. She adores chiaroscuro and simply relishes in complex reflections. She is intrigued with the curious complexities of female cultural constructions. Lou is drawn to feminine as well as draws feminine. A cat-like cat lover, Lou is fascinated by felines which are the essence of feminine fauna. And while she loves a cup of tea in the garden- barefoot of course – she wants to look snazzy. Always dressed in dresses it is Lou’s eccentricity to do things like dig in the dirt looking darling. With a keen inclination towards fashion and feminine Lou’s artistic talents have inevitably lead her to create Loulure. Loulure is Lou’s creative endeavor.

Steph Kunze earned a BFA in illustration with a minor in creative writing from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. A native of Minnesota, she moved back to the state after graduating in 2012, taking residence in Minneapolis. She has since exhibited and sold her work in a variety of art galleries and art fairs throughout Minnesota and beyond. Inspired by Scandinavian illustrators like Kay Nielsen and John Bauer, she creates drawings characterized for their whimsical and thoughtfully composed scenes. Ultimately, as an artist, she seeks to express the array of emotions and experiences associated with youth, especially her youth, giving her drawings an allegorical bent.