Natural World, Human Culture
January 11 – February 8, 2018
Reception: January 11, 6 – 8 p.m.
Three women make connections between nature and people with work that includes interactive dimensions for all ages. Marvel Grégoire, Regula Russelle with Raven Miller, and CB Sherlock
Marvel Grégoire is a book artist and member of the Minnesota Center for Book Arts coop, where she enjoys the community of artists as well as assisting teaching in classes. Her multimedia books integrate letterpress, photogravure and paper making. Her work can be found in private collections throughout the country as well as museums, universities and
Regula Russelle is a Minnesota Book Artist Award winner for her body of work and contributions to the book arts community. Her work has been supported by the MN State Arts Board, the Jerome Foundation, and the McKnight Foundation. It has been exhibited and collected nationally. It can also be found on refrigerators, bulletin boards, and street corners. Regula loves teaching book arts at Minnesota Center for Book Arts and elsewhere, especially techniques with inexpensive tools and materials that can later be used on a kitchen table or a desk.
CB Sherlock made her first book in third grade and continues to make artist books. She focuses on small edition and one of a kind artist books. As an Artist Coop member at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, she is able to flourish as an artist and teacher of letterpress and non-traditional bindings. She is the founder of Seymour Press and co- founder of Accordion Press Collaborations with Regula Russelle. Her work is exhibited internationally and found in many special collections including the Walker Art Center, the British Library and MOMA.