Current Exhibition

Cameron Zebrun: Currents: A Project Space Exhibition

Now through March 11, 2023.

Kolman & Reeb Gallery is pleased to present its next Project Space grantee exhibition, Currents, by artist Cameron Zebrun. Cameron traveled to inspiring new locations in Banff and Olympic National Park and areas along the Canadian Rockies and the northern US West Coast. The Project Space grant “rejuvenated my spiritual connection with nature, which is at the core of my artistic practice,” says Cameron.

These new places gave Cameron new viewpoints not only for his signature wall sculptures but also inspired photographic collages, photographic murals, photographs documenting his trips, and a video animation specific to this show. Although he creates art based in nature, “the work is far from traditional or sentimental. Instead, it presents a challenging and surprising way to consider landscape. Even as viewers look at the different media, they’ll see my recognizable style while also sensing mystery and content open to interpretation.”


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Upcoming Exhibition

First Anniversary Show

We are celebrating Kolman & Reeb's first anniversary!

How are we celebrating? With an art exhibit, of course, full of new artwork created by our talented gallery artists:

Abby Mouw
Betsy Ruth Byers
Jil Evans
Kelly Jean Ohl
Jodi Reeb
Julie Snidle
Cameron Zebrun

and guest artist,

Annie Irene Hejny.

March 18 - May 6, 2023

And we will host a big party in honor of our new partner, Jodi Reeb, on:

Saturday, March 18
7:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m.

So please mark your calendar and join us as we celebrate Jodi and our milestone year!


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Congratulations 2023 Project Space Grantees

Kolman & Reeb Gallery is so pleased to announce that visual artists,

Carol Halliday,
Annie Hejny,
Cheryl LeClair-Sommer,
Holly Streekstra,

have been awarded Kolman & Reeb Gallery Project Space grants for 2023!

Carolyn Halliday plans to present an immersive environment of installation art related to climate change using knit wire.

Annie Hejny will create a multimedia exhibition of paintings, video, audio, and storytelling that celebrates water and inspires climate consciousness.

Cheryl LeClair-Sommer proposes to paint plein air landscapes inspired by the scent of perfumes, allowing the fragrances of each location to communicate a story.

Holly Streekstra will use publicly owned data from the James Webb Space Telescope to create encaustic artworks depicting planetary atmospheres and space clouds. These 2D works will be accompanied by a 3D installation that responds to the process of creating space images.

The Kolman & Reeb Gallery Project Space initiative was launched in 2021 to offer further support to Minnesota visual artists. The program awards four grants per year of $10,000 each to four Minnesota visual artists who have met the submission requirements. The next round of grant proposals for 2024 will be accepted beginning July 15 – September 15, 2023.