Macro Machines // New Work By Russ White

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Gamut Gallery says
Opening reception: Saturday, April 2, 2016, 7-11pm
Exhibition runs through Saturday, April 23rd, 2016

A solo show of large scale colored pencil drawings, sculptural installations, and photographs, "Macro Machines" is fundamentally about what forms us as individuals and as a society. White reflects on childhood stresses and assumptions, attitudes about our national climate, and our challenging relationship with the natural world. The work is at once funny and somber, personal and political, cartoonishly bright and darkly real.

Russ White is an artist, illustrator, and writer living in Minneapolis. Born and raised in the Carolinas with a formative stint in Mississippi, he received a BA in Studio Art from Davidson College and spent the next ten years in Chicago working as a high-end cabinet maker. After marrying a native Minnesotan, his relocation to the Twin Cities became inevitable, and he now works out of his studio in the Casket Arts Building. His work has been featured in galleries, museums, and as illustrations in various publications across the country, and he currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association. For more information and to view his full portfolio, visit
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