Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Local Art Seen: Shaun Chosa's War Paint in the John Steffl Gallery

Shaun Chosa travelled throughout the country in his youth, visiting and living among various Native American tribes alongside his mother who was herself an artist. He does detailed pen and ink work that's been described as evocative, and sometimes whimsical. The current exhibition is titled War Paint and features larges canvases in an array of colors. His design work can be found locally on posters, CD covers and apparel. This show will be on display in the Steffl Gallery at the Duluth Art Institute through the end of March.


Water Protector
War Paint
Rain Dancer
Ride or Die II
Be sure to see all the exhibitions on display at the Depot. 
This show will be on display through the end of March, but 
the DAI Member Show only through the end of February.

For other art happenings in the Twin Ports be sure to visit

SPECIAL SHOUT OUT: DOCUMENT SPRING, a special event on February 20
which is part of a larger ongoing project, documenting change in our environment
through photography and the arts. An Oldenburg House program.  Details Here.

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