Milwaukee Avenue

This series was inspired by a visit to Milwaukee Avenue in Minneapolis — a two-block stretch of homes on quarter-sized lots built in the late 1800s for immigrants. The street was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the 1970s. The character and repetition of the houses sparked my artistic interest.

Milwaukee Avenue Sings to Me, cotton fabric and thread, 25″x30″ framed

On exhibit at the Robbin Gallery, Nov. 4-Dec. 4, 2022 $750

Milwaukee Avenue in Technicolor, paper collage, 13″x16″ framed

This piece will be in the White Bear Center for the Arts member exhibit, Nov. 21, 2022-Jan. 13, 2023

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