Posts Tagged ‘Exhibitions’

Emily Hoisington has artwork in “Changing Landscapes”

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

I have artwork in the “Changing Landscapes” show at Silverwood Park gallery with an opening this Thursday October 11. The show runs until November 30.

Changing Landscapes: A Shift from Rural to Urban

October 11 – November 30, 2012

Over the last 200 years, as the nation shifted its output from agriculture to industry, people moved from rural to urban areas. This shift redefines one’s relationship to the land and often results in a lack of connection to the natural world. Evidence suggests that spending less time outdoors negatively impacts one’s health and well-being.

With growing populations living in cities, it is critical that people connect to the natural environment, but where does nature exist in urban spaces? We ask artists to consider the possibilities.

Silverwood Park Gallery

Three Rivers Park District – Silverwood Park 2500 County Road E Saint Anthony, MN 55421 763.694.2078–a-shift-from-rural-to-urban.aspx

Opening Reception October 11 â–  6-8 Pm

Shows at Altered Esthetics and MCBA

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Please come support my art in two group shows this May!

My “Tending to Decomposition” handmade paper sculptures and “Glimpses Underground” book are on display as part of the Formed By Nature show at Altered Esthetics from Thursday May 3rd, 2012 through Thursday May 24th, 2012, with an opening on Friday, May 4th from 7pm-10pm and an Artist Discussion on Saturday, May 12th from 1-3 pm. See for more details.

I went to the opening on Friday and enjoyed seeing the relationships between my work and some of the other pieces in the show. In this picture my pieces are in the foreground:


My new collaborative project “The Work of Growing Food,” made with origami designer Jane Rosemarin, is on display as part of Shin Jidai: Contemporary Japanese Book and Paper Arts at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts from May 19 to July 15, 2012. “The Work of Growing Food” pieces are vegetables folded by Jane from my woodblock prints of garden tools. I will also be demonstrating Moku Hanga, Japanese woodcut printing, from 12-1:30pm at the Harukaze (“spring wind”) Festival of Japanese Arts at MCBA on May 19th. See for more details.