“Mel” Exhibit – January 4 in Sioux Falls

4 January 2013

I present at an upcoming art gallery opening. Consider yourselves invited.
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Presented by

Ipso Gallery at Fresh Produce

Sioux Falls, SD – December 19, 2012 – Ipso Gallery will host an art reception on Friday, January 4th, 2013 at Fresh Produce from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. ‘Mel’ features work celebrating the creative process and vision of Mel Spinar through informal portraiture. For this particular show, Ipso Gallery is pleased to work with guest curator, Dr. Edward Welch, Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Native American Studies at Augustana College.

Spinar’s work reflects on popular culture and the male presence in a series called Dakota Male Portraits. His keen observations create an informal yet genuine depiction of each personality, giving the work a vividly distinct familiarity and charisma.

Mel Spinar was born and raised in South Dakota. Spinar taught painting and drawing for 34 years in the Visual Arts Department at South Dakota State University. Spinar also taught at Sioux Falls College and the Civic Fine Arts Center. He is highly esteemed as both artist and art educator.

About Ipso Gallery:

Ipso Gallery serves the creative culture of Fresh Produce and downtown Sioux Falls by offering a place of artistic expression and collaboration, where artists and the community can actively engage in the discussion and conceptualization of contemporary art.

For more information on Mel, click the “events” tab at facebook.com/ipsogallery. To keep up with Fresh Produce news, visit bignewsbear.com.


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